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THU 1/11 – LAUREN EYLISE w/ BLVCK SEEDS

January 11 FREE

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LAUREN EYLISE

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Award-winning singer and songwriter Lauren Eylise’s musical talents have provided her with opportunities to open for an array of artists including Kris Allen, Red Wanting Blue, Matt Kearney, Train and John Legend.

Lauren is the winner of the 2016 WomenInCharg3 Best R&B Artist of The Year Award and has toured both as front-woman of her band and solo acoustically. Her impactful lyrics and powerhouse vocals have made a major impact via social media, gaining reposts and praises from stars like Gabrielle Union and Ty Hunter.

Inspired by a diverse group of musicians, Lauren has kept the spirit of her heroes alive in her music. Lauren’s most recent releases, “Petals” and “Loud Afternoon”, showcase her skills as a lyricist, composer, and vocalist.

As she works to complete her debut EP, Lauren Eylise is constantly challenging herself to grow as an artist and to maintain an innovative approach to sound.

Local venues Lauren Eylise has filled include MOTR Pub, The Mockbee, The Listing Loon, Myrtle’s Punch House, Lucy Blue Pizza, Northside Tavern, We Olive & Wine Bar, Prime Cincinnati, Southgate House Revival, The Thompson House, PRVLGD Lounge & Bistro, Roh’s Street Cafe, The Comet, Fibonacci’s Brewing Company, Urban Artifact, Leaping Lizard, The Greenwich, and more.

BLVCK SEEDS

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The Blvck Seeds Tribe is a creative collective of artists seeking to promote positive urban culture and spawn a new Black Renaissance. This multifaceted group consists of poet Siri Imani, songstress Aziza Love, medical musician PXVCE, and painter/lyricist Jessi Jumanji. They stand together at the intersection of art and activism, challenging the boundaries of society. They have combined forces to plant intellectual seeds that will grow into a new generation of leaders that utilize their natural born talents to cultivate a promising future for themselves and generations to come.

Details

Date:
January 11
Time:
10:00 pm - 12:30 am
Cost:
FREE