Heroine, Anjali Taneja
740 Water Street SW
Washington, DC, 20024
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is all ages
Logan Smith is a singer-songwriter, grabbing the attention of the world around him. With a soulful maturity and melodic expertise, Logan presents himself with musical wisdom beyond his years complimented by a sound you’ll never forget. Drawing from a wide variety of influences such as Billy Joel, Elton John and more contemporary artists including Daniel Caesar and Tom Misch, Logan does not shy from pop-rock by putting forth a staggering musical presence that insists on being noticed. Knowing that beauty is often found in the simplicity of life, he taps into deeply relatable experiences that become the catalyst for his music, ranging from beautiful through composed ballads all the way to head-bobbing catchy pop songs.
HEROINE is a new songwriting duo based in Brooklyn, NY, made up of singers: Bridget Linsenmeyer and Inés Nassara. The group is known for its catchy power anthems and compelling unison singing. HEROINE proudly uses both their music and their artist image to advocate for intersectional empowerment of women. Their new anthemic single “You Are Seen” was recently released in May. Alongside you can hear the first single off their upcoming EP, “Sundays,” (an intimate, piano-based ballad released in February) everywhere you can listen to music! Be on the lookout for their upcoming debut EP, “The Heroine EP,” later this year.
Washington, DC native singer-songwriter Anjali Taneja strives to reintroduce soul music in an accessible and contemporary way by exploring intersections among urban sounds, old-school R&B melodies, and Indian ragas. Influenced in equal parts by Sam Cooke and Ravi Shankar, Taneja believes in the power of the Indian Classical tradition to sonically transform contemporary music styles.