Live Music

Friday Night

  We will again be partnering with Friday Night Blues NYC for a great night of blues & fusion dancing. 

West Side Waltz

Paul Saylor and Stefanie Londino tried their best to have a sleazy wedding hookup.  Now they write love songs to share with the world.

He’s a Carolina boy with Southern swagger and rock n’ roll fire.
She’s a Jersey girl with the Blues in her soul and a voice that goes down smooth as aged bourbon.  Together, they’ve created a unique, soulful sound that speaks to the joys and struggles of grown-up love in the big city.

An unlikely but inspired couple, they share a cozy, crooked one-bedroom apartment in Hell’s Kitchen with their nine instruments and three houseplants.

Listen to their Music!

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Saturday Night

David Keogh & Mink Taylor

One of the most well-known live fusion performers, David Keogh performs and DJ’s at social dance festivals and exchanges around the country. His music features downtempo beats layered over lush piano, violin, and electronics with an emphasis on rhythm, tempo and musicality for that magical blend of dance-forms we call fusion. 
We are lucky to have them here in NYC!

Saturday Late Night

Emilio Estevez & J Mundiger

Lights & Music Show


Emilio & J bring a combined 29 years of DJing at fusion & blues events spanning the continent.  With Emilio tapping directly into your groove, and J drawing the music out into the lights, the duo creates immersive synesthetic journeys.  See some of their previous journeys at FuseLiveArts.com


Sunday Night

Alan Markley
(Plastic Cannons) 

Alan Markley, of Plastic Cannons, has toured throughout the world with well known bands such as Maggie Rogers, but he resides right here in Brooklyn, making music and playing chess.

You don’t know it yet, but Alan is Motley Hue’s secret weapon!  Completely underground, unbeknownst to the dancers, he has single handedly rocked the fusion dance floor in at least 6 different countries.

We have finally secured him to play for you LIVE at Motley Hue on Sunday night.  You won’t want to miss this.  We promise.