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Hey there, I'm excited to be playing a new venue in DC - the rooftop lounge at the Cambria Suites - as part of Runin Out's August shindig! This fun, free foodie event starts at 6 PM and I"ll be playing music 6-8 so come on out and enjoy some food, drinks, and music! If you haven't been to a Runin Out event yet, they're always a fun place to meet new people and eat good food! Early bird (free) registration is open now. After those tix are gone, the event is 5$ in advance and $10 at the door. Here's a link for you to register: http://networkforprogress.weebly.com/blog/summer-progress-party-gop-debate More details here and RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1448574248801273/Tickets Save
Hope you can make it out to 3rd Thursdays with Flo @ Jake's American Grille! Music runs 8:30-11 and this show is FREE so please come by, say hi, and tell your friends. I'll be playing downstairs in the Boiler Room, alongside everyone's favorite star-tender, Rob! Hope to see you there :)Save
Sounds Like: Fiona Apple, Regina Spektor, Kate Bush
Bio: Classically trained in voice, piano, and cello, Flo Anito began her singer/songwriter career at 16 when she got her hands on her first guitar. Already rewarded for her musicality with All-State recognition and roles in Summer-stock theatre, songwriting came naturally to this young talent who has ...See Full Bio
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“SHOW REVIEW: SUNDAY, MAY 31, 2015 Drew Gibson - Flo Anito -- Iota - May 30 2015 Flo Anito - This is my first listening to this local talent and talent is certainly the operative word here. It is a stark approach with just her voice which she accompanies with her fine piano skills and her more rudimentary, but effective acoustic guitar chops. Her songs are folky with lounge elements and offer a variety of emotional depths. Her speaking voice is on the cute side, but when she takes to song she merges that with a bluesier style that ends up somewhere in between Karen Dalton and Susan Tyrell. She plays well, especially in adding to the dynamics of the required intensities to her son. But it's the voice that is keeping this crowd riveted to this set. Great job.”