TurnStyle Music Group Presents
Sons of Seymour, Taylor Bell featuring Chris Zurich, The Arcane Insignia, Jenny Ray
9 Avenue A
New York, NY, 10009
This event is 21 and over
Watch & Listen
Jason Consolacion is a NYC-based singer-songwriter who's style of rock is influenced by the folk subtleties of Paul Simon and the pop/R&B sensitivities of Stevie Wonder. His most recent album, a self-titled EP available on Apple Music and Spotify, was accepted by the Recording Academy for Grammy consideration in 2014, and tracks accepted for consideration in 2015. The Houston Chronicle described Jason's music as, "a comfortable blend of pop hooks, easy guitar riffs and confident vocals." Jason also plays guitar in the iLL Harmonic, the backing band for rapper BRBRCK, who Jason calls "hip-hop's best-kept secret." For more info on Jason and his upcoming shows, visit jasonconsolacion.com.
Sons of Seymour
Brothers Logan and Dylan Seymour have been performing music together since their childhood. With music described as a mix between early rock legends like the Beatles, 80's hair bands like Aerosmith, and modern performers such as OneRepublic, the brothers honed their craft in their hometown of Ocean Springs, Mississippi until they relocated to New York City in 2013, looking to spread their music and provide a sound not easily forgotten.
Taylor Bell featuring Chris Zurich
Taylor Bell, a Georgia-bred musician and composer living in New York City is the force behind the one-man-band, "Avondale". Pulling inspiration from his grandfather's passion for music, Taylor wrote and composed, co-mixed and co-produced this album with Craig Levy of Little Pioneer Cider House as his official launch into the music community.
Chris' brand of experimental pop is indebted to both the sounds of classic soul and comtemporary electronic music. Born and raised outside of Philadelphia in a Quaker environment, his diverse upbringing helped unite influences and cultures in his music not normally heard alongside one another.
The Arcane Insignia
Boy & girl decide to answer the age old question; what happens when you choose to keep all the elements of Prog Rock (complex Lyrical themes, Instrumental passages, concept Songs, etc) but strip it down to the bone and make an Acoustic-only form of it?
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.