YO. YO!!!!!!!!!!!!! Legend, Icon, Founder of House Music, Renaissance Man, DJ, Producer, Author, Playwright (I KNOW I’ve missed a few!) LIL’ LOUIS opens the U.S. portion of his Worldwide Album Review Tour TONIGHT at Machine, 1254 Boylston Street, Boston at 7 p.m.! How many words are there for “special” because this is THAT.!

Here’s the truth. This is NOT a review of one album. Not even 2. 3? Nope. 4. Keep on. 5. Not even. SIX. Six albums are scheduled to be released by Lil’ Louis in the next upcoming months and this Album Review Tour is Lil’ Louis’ invitation to fans worldwide to listen to selections from this catalogue of new sound before their release to world! Note: Not only listen to the music, but engage in Lil’ Louis’ first-hand account of these albums’ creations. It’s a one-on-one with the Music and its Writer/Producer. Special!

This event, produced and hosted by Lil’ Louis, is one of an intimate and personal nature. Expect the unexpected as you arrive to an atmosphere set and designed for your listening pleasure and pure enjoyment. This is from the mind and heart of Lil’ Louis.

It’s Free. As in the zero dollar and/or cent. However!, in order to attend this one-of-a-kind-when-is-this-gonna-happen-again affair, yo

u must bring your ticket from Eventbrite! Go to Eventbrite, Search “Lil Louis Worldwide Album Review Tour” City Boston, register for your ticket, print it out and bring it to the door. It is the Guest List Tonight! The link is here as well!

You are cordially invited by Lil’ Louis to join the Boston and Worldwide House Community at this very special album review event tonight. We truly hope to see you there!

Lil’ Louis Worldwide Album Review Tour, Machine, 1254 Boylston Street, Boston, 21+. You can find Lil’ Louis on Facebook at Lil’ Louis Official Fan Page…and you can see and hear him in Boston tonight!



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