New York, NY
Date and Time
Wednesday, June 12th, 2013 at 9:00pm
Sinem Saniye (See-nem Sah-nee-yeh) -born in Germany with Turkish family roots, residing in New York City, - is a talented Pop/Jazz songwriter, singer, and guitar player. Sinem's musical influences include Norah Jones, Regina Spektor, Ella Fitzgerald, Shakira, Ingrid Michaelson, Bebel Gilberto, Etta James, Debussy, to name a few.
This young songstress has won many awards including the Grand Prize in the prestigious John Lennon Songwriting Competition. Her music videos aired on MTV Europe, Delta Airlines, and was on CD compilation alongside Grammy-winning artists including Tori Amos, Sarah Bareilles, Sarah Mclaughlin. She sang the national anthem in front of 20,000 people before the Los Angeles Clippers NBA game at the Staples Center in LA, went on a US national tour, headlined at Hotel Cafe to a sold-out crowd, and opened for multi-platinum singer/songwriter, Lisa Loeb all in the same year. SINEM'S MUSIC CAN CURRENTLY BE HEARD IN THOUSANDS OF STORES ACROSS THE USA! Hallmark, Whole Foods, Cambria Suites, Williams Sonoma, for starters. Her award-winning record, "When I Don't Sleep" was produced by Grammy-winning producer Henri Scars-Struck, has garnered press from around the world, and is receiving airplay in NYC's WFUV as well as other taste-maker stations across the country.