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Berry Lane Park Concert Series: Jimmy Cozier and Friends
August 15 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
The City of Jersey City, Mayor Steven M. Fulop, the Jersey City Municipal Council and the Office of Cultural Affairs are excited to welcome back the Berry Lane Park concert series.
Part of the larger Summer in the City series, the Berry Lane Park series takes place in Berry Lane Park during the months of July and August. The Office of Cultural Affairs, in conjunction with the Friends of Berry Lane Park have curated this series to enrich the park with live music throughout the summer.
Today’s performance: Jimmy Cozier and Friends (R&B, Reggae, Blues)
About the Band:
Jimmy Cozier is an American Grammy nominated R&B singer/songwriter/producer born in Brooklyn, New York. JC is best known for his hit single “She’s All I Got” and for being one of the inaugural artists signed to Clive Davis’ J Records label. Since then he has written for and worked with artists such as Mya, Sinead O’Connor, Alicia Keys, Janet Jackson, Chris Brown, Olivia and Cheri Dennis. His sound is an infusion of R&B, pop, and reggae, full of smooth vocals that are lyrically magnetizing. Jimmy Cozier is a versatile crossover artist, bringing grooves and fluidity in rhythm. His audience covers a wide range of groups, from young adults to older generations, ages 17-50. JC’s sound has always been ahead of the times, for example, Jimmy’s timeless and sultry voice paired incredibly with the Great Alicia Keys in their collaboration “Mr. Man” (2001). Besides embodying a skill set of artistry, JC has established entrepreneurship through the creation of his businesses; including an international consulting firm and music distribution. With an extensive amount of experience in the entertainment industry, JC brings multi-faceted skills to every aspect in his creative and business ventures.
This event is free and open to the public. For weather updates and cancellations, be sure to follow along with us at jerseycityculture.org, check the Office of Cultural Affairs Facebook page, or call the Office of Cultural Affairs at (201) 547-6921.
- The park is located between Garfield Avenue and Woodard Street – the park can be accessed from Berry Lane
- Hudson-Bergen Light Rail to Garfield Avenue Station
- NJ Transit Bus No. 6 to Garfield Avenue