Fiona Grey

Mixed Feelings and Resident present...

Fiona Grey

Emma Cole, Jen Awad

Sat · March 31, 2018

8:00 pm

$12.00 - $15.00

This event is 21 and over

Fiona Grey
Fiona Grey
Emerging vocal sensation Fiona Grey has been writing and performing music for over 10 years with Los Angeles as her backdrop. Originally from Chicago, Grey utilizes the ernest nature of her raw vocal quality defining her sound as “dark pop” teased by shades of sultry, soulful melodies.

In 2014, Grey toured North America performing vocals for KITTEN alongside artists Charli XCX, Foals, and Liz. Her voice has been heard on nationally renowned stages such as Ahmanson Theatre, The Walt Disney Concert Hall and recently took LA’s The Troubadour by storm with music from her 2014 EP "Belladonna". Grey has received airplay on KCRW, KX935, KUCI and college radio stations around the country.

She describes her upcoming EP as a journey through obsession, bliss, and heartbreak, drawing parallels between the powers of worship and money. In the new EP, Grey shares her perspectives on nontraditional forms of love, showcasing her most mature music yet. She vocalizes her vulnerability and anger toward the world we are living in while expressing her desires for the world we are shaping.
Emma Cole
Emma Cole
While there is no shortage of songs about love, there is a burgeoning market for uncomfortable truths. Emma Cole penned her debut album "If You Don't Holler, No One Will Hear" as an autobiographical look into the struggles that she had to face and overcome in her teenage years. It is honest, raw, and empowering.

It takes courage to step forward and Emma is doing so through her music. Her debut album was designed in a narrative arc that gives listeners a glimpse into her most intimate experiences. The songs vary from upbeat to slow, with unimposing lyrics so listeners may draw their own conclusions.

Growing up a stones throw from the city of brotherly love, Emma accredits the Philly Soul sound as inspiration for this album. Showcasing her innate ability to channel raw emotion, Emma Cole distinguishes herself as an artist, her voice as the vessel.
Jen Awad
Jen Awad
Shake up a cocktail comprised of equal parts Tina Turner, Freddie Mercury, Grace Jones, and Lux Interior. Add a twist of orange peel, and apply flame directly to mixture. Don’t take a sip. Take a swig, and experience the essence of musical artist Jen Awad.

Jen Awad, a half Egyptian, half Peruvian native Angeleno, ignited her passion for music long before she understood the meaning of the word "genre". Her palate for blues, punk, soul, R&B, and glitter rock formed the unique amalgam that gives this self-taught artist a sound that is all her own.

Having self produced 5 new tracks this past September with her 8 piece band, Awad is set to release her "Love is Dead" EP on vinyl this coming June. Her new single Love is Dead is now available for download on itunes and can be listened to everywhere. A music Video for "Love is Dead" is expected to premiere in February.
Venue Information:
Resident
428 S Hewitt Street
Los Angeles, CA, 90013
http://www.residentdtla.com/