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Happy Hour - Rising Star w/ Robin Cisek, Homemade Psycho, Matthew Baba
· Nov · 7 Tue 5:30 pm at The Needle Vinyl Tavern
10524 Jasper Ave NW Edmonton, AB
Phone: (780) 756-9045

Gratuities Accepted

Happy Hour - Rising Star at The Needle Vinyl Tavern (Edmonton)  on November 7, 2017

Happy Hour - Rising Star

Edmonton, AB
Folk / Pop / Rock

Showcasing up-and-coming artists between the ages of 15 and 25. No cover is charged for our Happy Hour performances, but we do pass a hat around the audience to collect donations for the performer. The owners of The Needle Vinyl Tavern were inspired to do this after witnessing the ... Read more

Showcasing up-and-coming artists under the age of 25. All ages welcome!

No cover is charged for our Happy Hour performances, but we do pass a hat around the audience to collect donations for the performer. The owners of The Needle Vinyl Tavern were inspired to do this after witnessing the system in Austin, TX. There is never any pressure to donate, but it is appreciated as every penny goes to the performer(s). Thank you for supporting the local music scene!

Robin Cisek
Robin is a 19-year-old talented vocalist, songwriter and performer in the pop-alternative genre. Robin is excited to be releasing two new originals this month that she recorded with six-time Grammy award winning producer, Alex Houton in New York City.
www.robincisekmusic.com

Homemade Psycho
Homemade Psycho was created after Ty Calder and Brodie and Cooper Walsh met at a one week Rock Band Camp at Visionary Centre for Performing Arts in 2015. Once September came they began meeting weekly, under the irreplaceable tutelage of Sean Presiloski, in the Band Factory program, to create original music and learn how to be rock stars! They have been meeting every week since then! Ty, 12 years old, is on drums, Brodie, 14 years old, is on guitar and Cooper, 11 years old, is on bass and vocals.

Matthew Baba
Matthew Baba is a 12 year old singer from St. Albert, Alberta. He has been taking music lessons at Visionary College in St. Albert since he was 18 months old.
He has performed in music videos for the Lurana Shelter Society and the United Way. He sang the national anthem at local hockey games and at the Edmonton Prospects baseball games at Telus Field. He has performed his own concert at K-Days. He has sung at the St. Albert Pride festival, the St. Albert Childrens' Festival and the Snowflake Festival to name just a few.
Matthew has competed in many singing competitions. One of the most exciting has been singing in the semi-finals of the Big Valley Jamboree Homegrown Talent Competition the last two summers. Matthew has won the kid's category at St. Albert Idol. He also won "Best Pop, Rock or Country performance" and "Junior Star of Tomorrow" award at the Futuresfest finals competing against many other students his age. Matthew also won the "Junior Musical Theatre" award at the St. Albert Rotary music festival last spring and represented St. Albert at the Alberta Music Festival for the third year in a row.

 

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