Sat, Mar 31 • 9:00PM
The Atlanta Room
ASPEN ANONDA / CATALINA / SARAH MILES
$8 IN ADVANCE / $12 DAY OF
Originally from Atlanta, newly-based Athens artist Aspen Anonda found her love for music at a very young age. At the age of nine she began performing and instantly found her passion. Although she is still discovering her style, Aspen enjoys mixing jazzy melodies with pop lyrics to pull her listeners in. Check out her new single "In Another Life" on iTunes and Spotify.
Catalina's mesmerizing vocal prowess is showcased through her soulful writing and ever expanding soundscape. Born and raised in Santiago, this Chilean artist's debut album "In The Midst Of A War" encapsulates her latin influenced Pop/RnB sound and has been in rotation on over 90 non-commercial radio stations across the country. Catalina uses her powerhouse vocals and wildly talented backing band to intertwine her passion for genre-bending music with her inspirations that remain rooted in soulful Pop/RnB with a hint of Latina flare to remind her of home. She blends these different tonalities together in a way that uniquely emphasizes her versatility and musicianship. Her new singles "Blood, Sweat, Tears" and "Think You'd Fool Me" are now available on all major digital music platforms. The music video for "Blood, Sweat, Tears" features beautiful scenery of her native country, Chile.
“It’s been a journey,” Sarah Miles says. “I've been through heartbreak, moved to New York City, found love, moved to Atlanta, went on the road, and explored collaborating with other songwriters and producers. I've grown so much as a person and as an artist."
Sarah Miles has garnered comparisons to a broad array of artists such as Christina Perri, Kacey Musgraves, Maren Morris, Ingrid Michaelson and Taylor Swift. She has gorgeously flowing dynamics as a singer, capable of euphoric skyward melodies and intimately fragile phrasing. Her songwriting is empowering, authentic, and stylistically touches upon pop, country and folk. It’s an infectious blend of accessible song-craft and bold emotional candor. “I like to write songs that are relatable to everyone,” Sarah says of the warm intimacy inherent in her songwriting.
Sarah’s song, "Something About You" won numerous songwriting awards in Nashville, and was aired on NBC's, The Voice. She’s toured or opened for acclaimed singer-songwriters such as Rachel Platten, Sister Hazel, Teddy Geiger, Tony Lucca, Ingram Hill, Matt Duke, Tyler Hilton, and Pat McGee.
Most recently, Sarah's vocals can be heard on the new TBS television show, Angie Tribeca.