33 West St.
Annapolis, MD, 21401
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Anna Nalick is hitting the road in 2019 with her fourth studio album, At Now. At Now is Anna’s first self produced album and features 10 new pop alternative tracks that blend live organic musicianship with a digital soundscape. Anna’s live show is a stripped down account of the album’s storyline; A tale of losing love, letting go, finding center, and choosing love on a greater scale. These new songs will be interspersed with fan favorites from the first three albums as well as the kind wit and wisdom the songwriter has become known for, making for a very intimate and interactive show.
Some artists entertain. Others captivate. Daniel Correa electrifies.
His lyrics speak to anyone who has ever struggled for a sense of truth. His songs, an innovative blend of rock and pop, are delivered as a high-octane testimonial to the exhilaration, yearning, and angst that defines coming-of-age. People don’t just listen to Daniel Correa’s lyrics, “they inhale them”
He is a graduate of the University of Miami Frost School of Music. During his time there, he wrote and recorded 3 albums with top Miami Producer Ahmed “king” Barroso. Daniel wrote all the lyrics, melodies and musical parts. He test drove a few songs to radio with them hitting various Billboard charts respectfully at #26 and #31 with a bullet. His catalog is now 40 + songs, needle drop ready for sync, licensing and distribution. Touring starts in 2019 and the right label deal is now the goal.
Says Daniel “I want people to listen to my music and hear the honesty in it, to know that I’m not putting on airs or trying to be someone I’m not… that the joy, pain, struggles and salvation I write and sing about are real.”
Born in 1995, raised in South Florida, his parents knew their son was unique when while dining out on family vacation, he began tugging at the sleeve of the venue’s performing musician. Daniel repeatedly asked the if he could join him on stage. The musician reluctantly handed him the mic. He smiled, began his count, “1, 2, 3…” and launched into a blazing rendition of Lenny Kravitz’s version of the Rock classic, “American Woman.” He brought down the house. The gentleman said “‘Now, I’ve seen it all.’” Daniel Correa was four years old.