Elliot Taylor, who was named Sky TV’s best, unsigned live act, has a sound that is unrefined, soulful, and genuine. Taylor draws his lyrical inspiration from traveling the northern English countryside in his 1970 VW camper van, “Bessie.” He has also received BBC Radio 1 airplay and has been featured on several indie film soundtracks. Continue reading “Elliot Taylor, BAERD & The Tree That Falls: Live from the Red Room, Saturday, July 22 at 7:00 pm on birnCORE”
Hailing from the state of Arauca in the eastern plains of Colombia, singer-songwriter Joseito Oviedo gives a performance to celebrate Colombian independence. His music blends the virtuosic nature of traditional joropo music with a modern flare. Joining Oviedo for this very special occasion are current Berklee students Naty “Nativa” Hernández (vocals) and Juan Ruiz (clarinet), as well as Berklee alumna Esther Rojas (bass).
This performance is given in collaboration with the Boston Colombian Committee.
Based out of Providence, Rhode Island, Call Security is the 2017 winner of 95.5 WBRU’s Rock Hunt contest. They blend a variety of influences into a unique, dynamic sound, that treads the line between modern and vintage. Known for delivering live shows that burst with energy, Call Security is quickly gaining recognition for their unique talents as songwriters, musicians, and performers. Continue reading “Call Security and Migrant Motel: Live from the Red Room, Thursday, July 20 at 8:00 pm on birnCORE”
Three gorgeous Boston/Berklee-based acts (and I don’t say that lightly) take the stage at Cafe 939 for a FREE show! Bring a hard hat. They just might blow the roof off the place.
Brenna Carroll is a singer-songwriter from the Washington, D.C., area. She enjoys writing and arranging music for herself as well as for other artists in the pop, folk, and R&B genres. She has performed frequently around Boston and New York City in addition to Valencia, Spain. Continue reading “Brenna Carroll, Ben Higginbotham, and Toledo: Live at the Red Room, Wednesday, July 19 at 7:00 pm on birnCORE”