Jason Consolacion has established himself as an impressive singer-songwriter, catching the ear of an expanding audience. His style of rock incorporates a number of elements, including rock, folk, jazz, blues and R&B.

A graduate of Houston's prestigious High School For The Performing And Visual Arts, and always dedicated to being a student of all types of music, Jason has used his knowledge of various styles to incorporate a fusion of all his tastes into an acoustic pop setting. Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Jason moved with his family to Houston when he was 6. The son of a concert pianist, Jason turned the influence from his mother into a dream that has led him to where he is today - playing his songs and affecting people with pop- and jazz-laden melodies and lyrics everyone can relate to.

Other than his mother, Jason's musical influences cover a large variety of personalities, including Paul Simon, Stevie Wonder, The Beatles, Herbie Hancock, Joni Mitchell, The Police, and Michael Jackson.

Those who have heard Jason's songs live or on disc have been taken by the freshness of the writing, singing and playing. Now living in New York, the singer-songwriter hopes to continue to play for as many people as he can while maturing as a respectable musician.

Jason's discography includes an EP titled UNCERTAIN AIR (2003), the full-length albums EVERYTHING'S OK (2004) and ACOUSTIC BOOGALOO (2005), an EP titled THE POOL TABLE MATTER (2006) and the 2012 releases NOVEMBER SESSIONS and STREAMING THE MAINS, all available for purchase here on Facebook, and on iTunes.

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.

Avondale

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.

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.

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Jason Consolacion with Sons of Seymour, Avondale, The Arcane Insignia, Jenny Ray

Thursday, December 5 · 7:00 PM at Ella Lounge