Troubadours 2.0 featuring DAYSHAWNx, Chelsea Shag, Kameron Corvet
515-B North McDonough St.
Decatur, GA, 30030
Doors 6:30 PM / Show 7:30 PM
DAYSHAWNx, AN ATLANTA-BASED, MULTI-INSTRUMENTALIST AND SINGER/ SONGWRITER, IS SET TO RELEASE HIS FIRST ROCK/SOUL ALBUM "CHANGE THE WORLD". THE VISUAL FOR HIS LATEST SINGLE, "CHANGE THE WORLD" - THE FIRST SINGLE FROM THE ALBUM - WAS FEATURED ON AFROPUNK.COM ANDDESCRIBED BY AFROPUNK CONTRIUTOR ERIN WHITE AS "A PERECTLY UNDERSTATED MIXTURE OF ROOTSY BLUE, GOSPEL, SOUL, AND ROCK-N-ROLL, TOSSED IN A BLENDER AND SERVED ON TOP OF BUTTERY VOCALS."
DAYSHAWNx MOVED TO ATLANTA IN 2013. HE HAS BEEN FEATURED ON ATLANTA & CO, ATLANTA PLUGGED IN, AND PERFORMED IN SCH MAINSTAYS OF THE CITY'S MUSICAL SCENES AS THE APACHE CAFE, EDDIE'S ATTIC, TERMINAL WEST, SMITH'S OLDE BAR, VINYL, TIN ROOF ATL. FESTIVAL APPEARANACES INCLUDE DOGWOOD FEST, SUMMERFEST, SANDY SPRINGS FESTIVAL TO NAME A FEW.
BORN AND RAISED IN UPSTATE NEW YORK DAYSHAWNx DISCOVERED HIS CALLING AT THE AGE OF THREE SINGING IN HIS CHURCH'S CHOIR AND SOON BECAME THE YOUNGEST MEMBER OF THE UNIVERSITY AT ALBANY'S GOSPEL CHOIR. IN 2005 DAYSHAWNx WAS A MEMBER OF THE SCHENECTADY, NEW YORK'S "HAMILTON HILL STEEL DRUM BAND," WHICH WON A LOCAL COMPETITION RUN BY THE APOLLO THEARTER TALENT SCOUTS. THE BAND WENT ON TO BATTLE THE BEST AMATEUR ACTS IN THE COUNTRY AT THE APOLLO, MAKING IT TO THE FINAL COMPETITION, THE SUPER TOP DOG SHOW!
IN 2006 HE WAS PERSONALLY INVITED BY THE GRAMMY ORGANIZATION TO ATTEND ITS "GRAMMY CAMP" IN LOS ANGELES.
DAYSHAWNx HAS PERFORMED, TOURED, AND OR WRITTEN WITH MANY ESTABLISHED AND RISING ARTISTS SUCH AS MALI MUSIC, RUTH B, RAURY, INDIA SHAWN, JIMI CRAVITY, THE BAND OF BROTHERS AND BRIK LIAM. HE HAS DEMOSTRATED HIS VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL PROWESS IN SUCH NATIONAL, LEGENDARY VENUES AS THE BOWERY BALLROOM, CONSTELLATION ROOM, FORTUNE SOUND CLUB, CENTER STAGE ATL, METROPOLIS, AND RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL.
Born and raised in Nova Scotia, Canada, Chelsea moved to Atlanta in 1996 where she developed the soul of the Southeast that can be heard in her music. After studying jazz guitar at the Atlanta Institute of Music, Chelsea began winning hearts performing throughout Atlanta and breaking through the feminine clichés. At only 24 years old, Chelsea is reinventing the image of females in music through her display of strong songwriting and a complex but catchy guitar style that she has been developing since the age of 11. With her unique style and intricate look, she creates her music to inspire and build a world where all people can feel safe to create and love just as she does so fiercely.
Kameron Corvet is a singer, songwriter, guitarist hailing from Cincinnati, Ohio by way of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Being part of a large musical family, performing in church and school came naturally. While in high school, Kameron's parents bought him an acoustic guitar and he quickly began creating the melodies and songs that had been dancing inside his head. While a student at Morehouse College, Kameron began making his way through venues, sneaking into open mics and networking while studying French, a language he credits for his attention to detail in his songwriting. In 2006, he released his first independent album "Sayingthings" and has been a fixture in the indie soul music scene both in the U.S. and abroad. Since then, Kameron has released more projects including his acclaimed EP, F_ck, Love and his 2014 release Darker Than Gray. As a songwriter, he's written for artists including: Shaggy, Sting, Freddie Jackson, Angie Stone, Case, Avery Sunshine and international pop artist Mr. Probz. As a performer, Kameron has traveled the world with his guitar as a solo performer while opening for the likes of: Adele, Marsha Ambrosius, Bilal, Dwele, Tamia and countless others. He has been featured on Vibe.com,Centric.com, Concr eteloop.com and on Ebony.com as an artist to watch. His music earned him a spot as a BET Music Matters artist and he's most recently been featured on the latest release from classic hip-hop group Slum Village, which was previewed and premiered on Rollingstone.com.