Friday, April, 19 2019

Next Level Events Presents:

with DAYSHAWNX & Chriz Vaughn

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KAMERON CORVET

Doors 7pm / Show 8pm / All Ages / $18 Advance / $20 Day of Show

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ABOUT

• All Ages Welcome
• Vinyl is a general admission, standing room venue
• Tickets available online via Ticketalternative.com or without ticket fees in person at the Center Stage Box Office, M-F, 11-6. Online sales end at 4pm on day of show



Kameron Corvet is a singer, songwriter, guitarist hailing from Cincinnati, Ohio by way of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Being a part of a large musical family, performing in church and school came naturally. While in high school, Kameron's parents bought him an acoustic guitar and he quickly began creating the melodies and songs that had been dancing inside his head. While a student at Morehouse College, Kameron began making his way through venues, sneaking into open mics and networking while studying French, a language he credits for his attention to detail in his songwriting. In 2006, he released his first independent album "Sayingthings" and has been a fixture in the indie soul music scene both in the U.S. and abroad. Since then, Kameron has released more projects including his acclaimed EP, F_ck, Love and his 2014 release Darker Than Gray. As a songwriter, he's written for artists including: Freddie Jackson, Angie Stone, Case, Avery Sunshine and international pop artist Mr. Probz. As a performer, Kameron has traveled the world with his guitar as a solo performer while opening for the likes of: Adele, Marsha Ambrosius, Bilal, Dwele, Tamia and countless others. He has been featured on Vibe.com,Centric.com, Concreteloop.com and on Ebony.com as an artist to watch. His music earned him a spot as a BET Music Matters artist and he's most recently been featured on the latest release from classic hip-hop group Slum Village, which was previewed and premiered on Rollingstone.com.



Jahah is ramping up to release his next full length project entitled “Do What You Love”. The album is a throwback to tradition soul/R&B with a hint of contemporary flare. Jahah says the album is inspired by A Tribe Called Quest and Mary J. Blige. “I’ve taken my time in regards to creating my next album. I’ve labored over its sound, musical direction, and the content that I want to sing about. When I release DWYL, it will be everything that I imagine it to be in my head. I’m not concerned with fame or money in regards to this album. My goal is to simply leave my mark on the world musically. I want people to feel me and really grasp the passion I have for music in general. DWYL is my truth.”
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