Introducing Brooklyn’s newest powerhouse, PHANTOM VANITY. With inspirations from funk, folk, and soul, this brand new sound is about bringing truth, and inspiring dance within listeners. Vintage Slacker ep is composed of 8 tracks that uniquely speak about the trials and growth that humans endure on this small planet. Erin Boyd (Big Daddy Kane, Slick Rick, Lifted Crew) is the mastermind behind the music. She has been joined by Josh Crumbly (Terrance Blanchard, Kamasi Washington), Dezron Douglas (Louis Hayes Jazz Communicators, Ravi Coltrane Quartet) and Joey Secchiaroli (Gin Wigmore, Reign of Kindo) on bass, Matt Vorzimer (eCussionist) and Rodney Flood (Jennifer Hartswick, RYNO) on drums, Walt Williams (Estelle, Joe, FloRida) and Nick Cassarino (Nth Power) on guitar, and Taber Gable (Terrace Martin) and Kate Kelsey-Sugg (Kate Kay Es, Michael Olatuja) on keys.The first single ‘PERISH’, with over 42,000 views on Facebook, speaks about believing in yourself and allowing all outside influences and negativity to perish around you. “I want to be able to sing about how we travel through all these self-inflicted barriers that make us afraid, lonely, spiteful. How we mature and become comfortable and fair to ourselves, how we learn to love ourselves and love others,” she said. “I want to sing songs that are empowering,” says BOYD. Joining Phantom Vanity on the night is JanaeSound. JanaeSound harnesses an unforgettable voice that is known to stir the soul. The powerhouse rock singer hails from St. Louis where she began cultivating her love for music at the tender age of 9 through the Opera Theatre of St. Louis. Known for her laser focus and unshakeable drive, JanaeSound was unsurprisingly tapped to open for FloRida alongside hometown hero Allen Gates this past summer at the St. Charles Family Arena. Locally, JanaeSound has clocked over 30 shows since her debut performance in Portland at the 2nd Annual Soul Revue at Portland House of Music and Events (July 2017). You’ve seen her at Empire, One Longfellow Square, Port City Music Hall, Heart Soul & Substance Festival, Blue for “Ladies in Blue” (a shared residency with Renée Coolbrith, 2nd Mondays at 6P), and Sunaana Winter Music Festival. Featured in Down East Magazine and seen in MaineToday, JanaeSound has zero plans of slowing down anytime soon. Join us for this very special evening as we welcome two power house divas to the stage for one awesome night of music! The show is ALL AGES, FREE, and starts at 8pm.
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