7pm – $7/10
The Revolution 3
Synergy in a Cup
Jroc Jones is a high energy Southern rapper who believes in the old school hip hop showmanship of rocking the mic and putting on a dynamic show for his fans. Jones is from Tampa, Florida by way of Greenville, Mississippi and is inspired by artists such as John Legend, Mos Def, Anthony Hamilton and Marvin Gaye, to name a few.
Armed with an eclectic love of music and a unique style, Jones’ creativity meets originality with lyrics that offer a soulful southern “swagger” and a passion that is seen the moment he steps on stage. Jroc Jones also brings the passion of being the lead vocalist and arranger of the band Synergy in a Cup, songwriting and producing to the bay area and has worked with artists; Smoke of Field Mob, Tom G, C-Renea,HypeCuz, Saint Tone, Trinity, etc.
Genolexis w/ The Flow Sisters
Dynasty w/ Venus Bleu
Dynasty: The word dynasty, pronounced “DIE-nas-tee,” comes from the Greek word dynasteia, meaning “power, lordship, sovereignty.” Royal. Purposeful. Powerful.
Queen of her domain, undeniably reigning in her own lane…DY is NASTY on the mic.
Queens-bred hip-hop/soul artist, Dynasty, has the soul of a dreamer and the fearless determination to follow that dream wherever it might lead. DY has lit up stages alongside some of your favorite artists including Erykah Badu, The Wu-Tang Clan, Talib Kweli and KRS One who proclaimed “THIS is a real emcee!” after catching her set.
The Cruz Brothers
Originally founded by brothers Phil and PJ Cruz after composing the featured theme for web series Surviving Sam, The Cruz Brothers have a wide and eclectic range of musical influences and an energetic live performance. Their original music is influenced by bands like The Foo Fighters, Nirvana, The Doors, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and Deftones.
Alex Bonyata (16) and Bella Beyer (14) are AB+Positive, an indie pop/folk songwriting duo based in St. Petersburg, Florida. They started performing and songwriting together while attending the Grammy Museum’s Music Revolution Project during the summer of 2015. While Alex’s main instrument is guitar, he enjoys playing “any instrument you don’t blow or bow,” so you might hear him playing anything from piano and mandolin to psychedelic electric ukulele. Bella’s distinctive vocals pair beautifully with Alex’s instrumental stylings, and leave you wanting to hear more.
House of I
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