CAL MARO & NATALIE CARR
Visulite Theatre (16+ (Must have ID) - Under 16 with Parent Only)
Doors Open: 7:00 - Show Starts: 8:00
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Brooklyn-based artist Cal Maro sits comfortably and confidently in the pocket.
Bending genres of Neo-Soul, Contemporary R&B, and electronic music, he gently layers soulful melodies over head-nodding grooves with a dynamic and sometimes cinematic approach to production. Maro’s works have seen praise from esteemed tastemakers including Hillydilly, Indie Shuffle, Variance Magazine and more.
Cal Maro has been performing around New York and Brooklyn, working as a singer-songwriter, producer, and engineer on projects for both himself and other artists. For fans of James Blake, D’Angelo, Jai Paul, and Frank Ocean.
Natalie Carr is a singer/songwriter based out of Charlotte, NC. Carr got her start learning piano and guitar at a young age, and turned to penning her own lyrics as she grew up. Since 2019, Carr has been releasing singles in the Pop/R&B lane, and takes influence from crossovers artists such as Kehlani, SZA, and Halsey. She has been fortunate enough to be featured in Lyrical Lemonade, EarMilk, and Ones to Watch, as well as national and international radio via her 2020 release of 'Sad Little Rant. She prides herself on writing music in all genres for herself and other artists.
Start Time: 8:00
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