That voice...distinctive! That voice...Detroit-raised, Chicago-based songstress Eryn Allen Kane! Kane brings her voice and all of her creative talents to the Fourth Presbyterian Church, 126 East Chestnut Street, Chicago, Illinois, on Friday, November 25th at 7:00pm. Tickets available online at Clubtix.com. Kane will be supporting her latest release entitled, Aviary: Act II. Check out Kane's outstanding vocals on the track, "Baltimore" by Prince featuring Eryn Allen Kane. View the music video on YouTube here.
Poised for massive success, Eryn Allen Kane topped many of the "Artists to Watch in 2016" lists. Upon the April 2015 premiere for her lead single “Have Mercy”, the Detroit-raised, Chicago-based songstress became an instant favorite among music tastemakers. The escalating buzz caught the ear of multi-platinum music icon Prince, who immediately tapped Kane to provide guest vocals on his protest song, “Baltimore”. Also a versatile actress, Kane was handpicked by Spike Lee for a role in his highly controversial Chi-raq film and also contributed to the soundtrack.
In November 2015, the budding superstar released her eagerly anticipated official solo debut, Aviary: Act I. The stunning 4-track effort featured both of Kane's breakout singles “Have Mercy” and “Slipping”, as well as new fan favorite “Piano Song” (featured on BET’s Being Mary Jane) which catapulted to #5 on Spotify’s “Global Top 50 Charts.”
Kane has kept the momentum going in 2016 by releasing her follow up effort, Aviary: Act II on Feb 2. After a live TV performance of her first single from the Aviary: Act II EP titled, “How Many Times,” tickets to her debut concert in Chicago instantly sold out (over a month in advance of the actual show). Kane plans to continue to win over more fans with her electrifying live performances [from Eryn Allen Kane biography].
Friday, November 25th, 2016
Presented by Silver Wrapper
ERYN ALLEN KANE
Fourth Presbyterian Church
126 East Chestnut Street
Chicago, Illinois 60611
This is an All Ages Show
Doors: 6:00pm / Show: 7:00pm