Evan Brum & The Royal High

Evan Brum grew up surrounded by the sounds of classic American roots/blues music. He influenced by artists such as Taj Mahal, Albert King, Richie Havens, and The Allman Brothers Band. Over the past few years, Evan and his band The Royal High have forged ahead with an eclectic mix of classic roots based music, combined with a modern rock edge. This rings true in Evan's raspy vocal delivery, which has been described by some as a "Tom Jones, Tom Waites sandwich" Evan compliments his gritty vocal styling with percussive, rhythm based acoustic guitar playing.

As far as the band goes, The Royal High exemplifies solid American roots-rock music. This is well represented throughout the album with Lead guitar player Jon Shriver. From classic bluesy Stones influenced licks, to good old fashioned classic rock shredding, this son of a gun isn't screwing around. The bands newest member who also engineered and co-produced the album is musician Bryan Smith who plays a wide variety of instruments on the album, as well during live performances. Ranging from classic Hammond organ, to space age modern synch, Bryan adds a fresh dynamic to the band. Drummer Matt Zebroski, who performs on the album, holds down the fort with his unique jazz/rock styling. Performing with the band most recently is hard-hitting rock & roll drummer Dave Vincola. Bass duties on the album are credited to New Zealand native, and Julliard graduate Mat Fieldes . Pro bass player Glen Nataupsky, who has accompanied the band on recent live gigs, is equally is a no nonsense force to be reckoned with.

Born and raised in Florence, Alabama, Jenny Ray now finds herself at 20 years old living the life she always wanted. She started writing at 13 and got her first guitar shortly thereafter. Soon she was working under Grammy-winning producer Gary Baker and his team at Noiseblock Studios in Florence. Jenny and her band began Playing shows all over the south as well as NYC, and recorded another EP, Motion. Graduating from high school and moving to Nashville lead to another album and an acceptance to the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at Tisch School of the Arts. Her dreams of living in NYC are now real, but her southern roots are her inspiration. Her music has been featured on "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" and "Bad Girls Club" and she has been a Soundcloud featured artist.
She is currently finishing up her newest EP! it will be released summer '13.

Kaleigh Young is a young indie/folksy/pop singer and songwriter hailing from Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Having lived in New York City for two years now, Kaleigh has been lucky enough to perform at venues such as The Hit Factory, The Delancey, and Ella Lounge, and is beginning the recording process of her first EP. With lyrics pulled from the deepest little piece of her heart and soft-spoken piano harmonies to match, Kaleigh is ready to reveal her songs and secrets to the world.

Grace Kelly

Born to such a revered name, Grace Kelly had big shoes to fill. And at 19, she has begun to make a name of her own. Many listeners have referred to her unique blend of soul, rock and pop as being “refreshing” and “original”.
Although she’s been singing her whole life, Grace began writing her own songs on guitar and piano at 14. Since then she has played numerous venues around New York City, Atlanta, Nashville, and Los Angeles. She’s currently a sophomore at the prestigious Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music in New York City. After raising a little over $5k through fan support via Kickstarter, she has spent the last year writing and recording her debut EP that is set to be released in late October.

Lily Lane

Lily Lane has the voice and ambition of a music business veteran, however Lane herself is only 21 years old. Fresh out of high school in 2010, she left her hometown of Boston, MA and headed to New York City to pursue music full time. Pounding the pavement in NYC, Lily has proved herself from headlining acoustic shows at The Bitter End to belting out the National Anthem for the Knicks at MSG. Coming in 2013, Lane is excited to debut her new music which evokes greats like Billie Holiday as well as modern day influences like Amy Winehouse, Adele and Joss Stone.

The Trouble Notes

A band based in NYC founded by B-Zy Brain & Bennet English Cerven. The group features a unique blend of acoustic guitar, electric violin, beatboxing and vocals bridging a variety of genres. The Trouble Notes is presently recording and performing in NYC.

Eros

COME SEE US THE MUSIC STANDS FOR ITS SELF. NUFF SAID.

Our Influences include:
Jeffrey Gaines, KiSS, Iron Maiden, Steve Vai, Ted Nugent, DIO, Jimi Hendrix, Kings X, Queensryche, James Brown, Stevie Wonder, and Whitesnake.

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Evan Brum & The Royal High with Jenny Ray, Kaleigh Young, Grace Kelly, Lily Lane, The Trouble Notes, Eros

Thursday, May 9 · 7:00 PM at Ella Lounge