Jaron Strom, Charlotte Berg – Tickets – The Evening Muse – Charlotte, NC – April 19th, 2017

Jaron Strom, Charlotte Berg

A great Wednesday night lineup at the Muse...

Jaron Strom

Charlotte Berg

Katie Oates

Wed, April 19, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

The Evening Muse

Charlotte, NC

$10.00

Jaron Strom
Jaron Strom
Jaron Strom could soon be the artist that bridges the gap between pop and soul. With his smooth seductive tone and catchy melodies, he’s creating a buzz out of Charlotte, NC and making sure everybody hears it. He has been a self sustaining artist for over ten years performing on his own, in a band and through social media outlets. While going to school for graphic design he discovered his gift for writing and singing which started in a dorm room then lead to coffee shops and small stages. Knowing he could use this skill he began building his music and planning to make a change in the world with it. While singing in a restaurant bathroom Jaron was heard by Anthony Hamilton’s brother which lead to a close friendship between the young pop singer and soul R&B legend Anthony himself. Words such as “You have extreme talent” are used by Mr. Hamilton himself to describe what he’s discovered here in his home town and stomping ground. Jaron has a mix of style which may remind you of the sweet tone of Bruno Mars, perfect falsetto runs by Justin Timberlake and the catchy simplicity of Motown itself. He also plays guitar and get ready because he’s only just begun with his music career and he has a think less, do more attitude.
Charlotte Berg
Charlotte Berg
Charlotte Berg has a soothingly beautiful voice and shockingly honest lyrics. Originally from Pennsylvania, she is a Nashville-based indie/pop singer-songwriter. She started gigging in the thriving music culture of Melbourne, Australia over a three year stay there, where she performed in pubs all over the city and quickly gained a following. Constantly moving, she has also lived in Spain and Argentina, and when writing, pulls inspiration from these experiences. Her voice is frequently compared to the voices of Dolores O'Riordan of The Cranberries and Joni Mitchell. She either accompanies herself on piano and guitar or is backed by her Nashville band.
When not playing shows in Nashville, she tours throughout the U.S., hitting premier listening rooms. Latest music video... https://youtu.be/oUxrHBVYC3o. She has been featured on the t.v. show Nashville Entertainment Weekly and graced many radio stations while on tour. She was enthusiastically welcomed by audiences during her 2016 European tour through the UK and Sweden. She performed at renowned Swedish festival Iris Festivalen, Engelen in Stockholm, The Bedford, Fiddler's Elbow and several other very popular venues.

"Stubborn and hopeful and fueled by a vendetta against a ‘normal life.’” - The Huffington Post exclusive album release

"Ms. Berg is up there with early Judy Collins, and the brilliant Judith Durham (famous for the 1960’s hit “Georgy Girl,” the brilliant “I’ll Never Find Another You,” by The Seekers) – in the case of Durham you have to listen and set aside her English accent. It’s the purity of her vocals, her innocence and ability to take simplistic lyrics and make them sound artistic. That's what these two female vocalists share." - John Apice, No Depression Magazine

"Under the Same Stars," is a strong example of Berg's clear, unaffected vocals underlining the stark honesty portrayed in her emotional lyrics." - No Depression Magazine

"If no one has told Charlotte yet, let me be the first: this is a professional. Her storytelling in her lyrics, such as this one, are not like other singer-songwriters. She has style, she has a rhythm to her phrases that are used equally as you would a musical instrument. Very impressive. I like this a lot." John Apice, No Depression Magazine
Katie Oates
Katie Oates
Katie Oates’s folk-rock sound (with hints of blues, jazz, and music theatre) is unapologetically intimate. The classically trained singer/guitarist/pianist/songwriter lulls and disarms you with expressive ballads, witty lyrics, and flirtatious sass. Evoking memories of Joan Baez, Carole King, Linda Ronstadt & Karen
Carpenter. Her vocals shift from clear to smoky to a swig of country twang with a warmth that wraps you up like a blanket on a cold day. Settle in and enjoy the music.
Venue Information:
The Evening Muse
3227 N. Davidson St.
Charlotte, NC
http://www.eveningmuse.com/