The names Ludwig and Stiegler might be familiar to you if you’re a fan of Capitol Cities and for good reason — Spencer Ludwig plays trumpet for the indie-pop duo and Jason Stiegler is their sound engineer. However, Ludwig & Stiegler is a separate entity and they’re coming to Bardot!
Welcome back to The Carpet one of our favorite rockers JD & THE MIDNIGHT HOWL – don’t miss this chance to boogie and get down!
Welcome to The Carpet Raquel Sofia + The Politix – Raquel promises to bring attitude and rock while The Politix have been compared to legendary Hip Hop groups such as De La Soul, Tribe Called Quest, and The Roots – local buzz around both these artists confirm that we’re kicking off April in the best way possible..
Join us for a massive Friday night on The Carpet with AGAPE feat. Nadia Harris – Treading their own path through a diverse spectrum of sounds and life experiences, Agape brings it all together in a collaboration that blurs geographical locations and sound barriers…
THE POLITIX are an emerging Hip Hop band based in Miami, FL. The group consists of five young talented musicians that blend their Jazz training with Hip Hop influences to create a new infused sound. Don’t miss their night on the carpet as we present our next installment of The Living Room Sessions…
Soft-spoken by nature, south Florida-bred Roosevelt Collier does his hollering on the pedal steel. Known for his spirited, soul-shaking live performances Roosevelt leaves an indelible mark on listeners, flooring audiences with his lightning-fast slide work. Don’t miss the excellent mark he is making on the carpet..
Spred The Dub has been keeping crowds dancing all over South Florida with their own brand of “Good Time Reggae” music – infusing elements of jazz, soul, funk and rocksteady with a foundation of dub, ska and roots reggae to create sonic landscapes and massive drum & bass riddems. Their sound is sure to get people in the groove – make sure not to miss this evening on the carpet..