TurnStyle Music Group Presents
Krista Pruent, Hatfield, Spinn
152 Orchard St.
New York, NY, 10002
This event is 21 and over
Nilsa writes songs, and then sings with her soul.
Krista Pruent will be a featured visual artist for the night. Her artwork will be on display throughout the venue and will be for sale as well.
I am a professional visual artist currently based in Brooklyn. I have a graduate degree in Interior Architecture/ Design from Parsons and a BFA in Painting from Caldwell College .
To check out more about me and my work visit:
All prints are for sale in a variety of sizes. Please visit:
Blending rhythmic acoustics and bass with bright, melodic vocals, Hatfield carves out a dynamic and individual sound. Subject matter varies from personal to fundamental concepts, culminating in the sense that life is a cycle of triumph and struggle, necessary in forming one's identity. The message is one of introspection, acceptance and forgiveness.
Spinn is an Acoustic Rock band known for their truthful lyrics and chill inducing harmonies. Using different aspects of rock, country, folk, and pop, Spinn has created a sound that isn’t confined to any one genre.
The songwriting styles of singers Cheryl Lynn and Stephanie Spinner combined with the ultra-melodic vocals of Megan Battaglia is where Spinn begins. The girls seem to possess an ability to hit home with listeners, as if the audience is hearing their own story told back to them. Like a fugue and its counterpoint, Steve DeSteno’s guitar playing and Dominick Velardo’s percussion help to bring a calm balance to the often harsh reality of the stories told.
They’ve slightly modified the classic “Female Fronted Rock Band” by having three lead vocalists sharing the microphone to tell their story from different perspectives. Although Spinn’s studio recordings reflect their talent, it is the up-close and personal live performances that truly capture their heart, sparkle, and charm.
On stage, the Spinn girls come alive with wit and giggles that draw in unsuspecting bystanders. Then they unleash what they refer to as “the shock factor”. Picture three girls in 3-inch heels “gracefully” lugging equipment into a bar full of tattooed, leather-clad bikers. The sneering men watch as the perceived “groupies” then take the stage. Have you ever actually seen someone’s jaw hit the floor?
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