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  • Farewell by Zhen Tian

    Friday, December 19, 2014, 1:00 pm
    939 Boylston Street
    Boston Massachusetts 02115 [Map]
    Farewell by Zhen Tian
    Zhen Tian

    In her senior recital, vocalist Zhen Tian showcases her experience at Berklee. 

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    In her senior recital, vocalist Zhen Tian showcases her experience at Berklee. She will perform her favorite pop songs with a little taste of jazz, funk, R&B, and her own arrangements of Chinese songs.

    Free
  • Deleasa / The Weekend Riot / Andy Suzuki / The House on Cliff

    Friday, December 19, 2014, 8:00 pm
    939 Boylston Street
    Boston Massachusetts 02115 [Map]
    Deleasa / The Weekend Riot / Andy Suzuki / The House on Cliff

    New pop artist Michael Deleasa performs his original music. The Weekend Riot, Andy Suzuki, and the House on Cliff will also perform.

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    New pop artist Michael Deleasa's music pays homage to his love of funk, pop, and Motown. His influences range from Jamiroquai to Al Green to A Tribe Called Quest to Flume. Since his last two EPs, A Collection of Sight and Sound, Vol.1 and Lil' Something, were released, blogs such as Billboard.com have called him the next rising artist. Now he's gearing up to release his next single, an R&B- and pop-infused jam, to set the tone for his upcoming EP, and he's planning new tour dates in November and December. In his live shows, Deleasa is constantly pushing to connect with the listeners and bring them a good time. 

    Fate works in mysterious ways, and this statement couldn't be any more true for the Weekend Riot. Coming together with a common mindset and a go-for-broke attitude, nothing was going to stop this Philadelphia duo from succeeding. But as fate would have it, the Weekend Riot got their opportunity much sooner than they expected.

    Andy Suzuki & the Method is a band from New York City consisting of lead singer Andy Suzuki, violinist Jason Gorelick and percussionist Kozza Babumba, grandson of Grammy Award–winning Nigerian drummer Babatunde Olatunji.

    The House On Cliff is a high-energy rock band from Boston with the passion to bring rock 'n' roll back to the masses. Chad Michael Jervis (lead vocals), Charles Coleman (guitar/vocals), Marc Polit (drums), and William Santana (bass/vocals) met while studying at Berklee, and the rest was history. Their first EP, a mix of groovable rock tunes produced by the masterful Dan Whittemore and recorded at the Madden Brothers Studio in Los Angeles, hits November 11, 2014. Although the House On Cliff only formed in September 2013, in the past year the band has been on three national tours, most recently the ABC's of Style Mall Tour, performing alongside teen sensation IM5. The House On Cliff has also performed at noteworthy venues such as The Troubadour, The Bottom Of The Hill, The Mint, The Middle East, and CollegeFest at Fenway Park, among others, and recently opened for Peter Frampton and the Doobie Brothers.

  • Lee DeWyze / My Silent Bravery / Andrew Horn

    Saturday, December 20, 2014, 8:00 pm
    939 Boylston Street
    Boston Massachusetts 02115 [Map]
    Lee DeWyze / My Silent Bravery / Andrew Horn

    American Idol winner Lee DeWyze performs. My Silent Bravery and Andrew Horn open the show.

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    American Idol winner Lee DeWyze launched the pivotal stage of what was already a high-profile musical career with his Vanguard Records debut, the album Frames, in the summer of 2013.  What followed was a high-caliber list of praise from the LA Times, Chicago Tribune, Yahoo! Music, and Rolling Stone, among others. 

    My Silent Bravery and Andrew Horn open the show.


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