Madeline Finn, Babyllon, Jenny Leigh Miller, Kelvin Frazier
3131 Walnut St.
Denver, CO, 80205
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Madeline Finn is a proud Cleveland native who has been honing her singing and songwriting craft from a very young age. Winner of the Cleveland High School Rock-Off at 16, the first female fronted act to do so in the history of the contest, Finn has been a fixture in Cleveland venues and recording studios since before she graduated high school. Working as a solo artist and with nationally recognized acts Envoi and The Whiskey Hollow, Finn has honed her unique blend of powerful vocals, introspective lyrics, and smartly-crafted melodies. Finn currently works full-time as an artist and vocal/production coach, while touring and performing solo and with her band, The Whiskey Hollow. Finn has played a variety of major venues and festivals in the Midwest and continues to tour and record, scheduling shows and studio sessions throughout 2018. Often described as a powerhouse singer and songwriter, Finn has built a sizeable local and national following as an independent artist, striving to make unique music that speaks to the soul.
Hailed as a "A happy talent trifecta!" by Guitar World Magazine, singer/songwriter Babyllon is the soul driving, rock pumping, vocal belting artist on the rise!
Having toured the country under various names, and recorded under various labels in studios nationwide, Babyllon took her sound into her own hands with the release of her debut album, Heart Attacks & Southern Roses. This sexy-smooth-soul-rock with a Southern twang and a hip-hop beat, is full of irresistible hooks, soul-gutting ballads, and anthems that will get you moving. Recorded almost entirely in her Brooklyn apartment and mastered by Grammy award- winner Jeff “The Jedi Master” Jones, Heart Attacks & Southern Roses is a soulful and explosive tribute to creative freedom and loving with your whole heart.
Jenny Leigh Miller
Jenny Leigh Miller is a country singer and United States military veteran from New England. Jenny learned to play the guitar and wrote songs while serving overseas as it was a way to cope with the hardships of deployed life.
Jenny’s first album, Rollercoaster, is arriving June 2018. The album features a collection of relatively unknown songs written by well known Nashville songwriters. Jenny is currently working on a second album which will feature her original songs. Stay tuned for the release date!
The Georgia native grew up in a musical household. When Kelvin was a child, he was in a church choir who was directed by his grandmother. As Kelvin grew older, he eventually became the assistant choir director. Once Kelvin left for college, he began performing solo. Kelvin joined the Savannah State University Concert choir and was invited to perform at Carnegie Hall. When he moved on to pursue his doctorate at MIT, he never forgot his passion of music and continued to participate in various choirs. Upon graduating from MIT with a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry, he was invited to perform a solo act at the world famous Amateur Night at the Apollo in New York City. In May 2016, Kelvin moved to Los Angeles to pursue his music career. While he works on his EP, he performs with the CaliWorship Mass Choir, works as an R&D Electrochemist, sits on the board of directors for two non-profits (i-Trek and BAMIT), and teaches organic chemistry at California State University-Dominguez Hills.
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