Fresh K will be joining a group of local and underground artists for a showcase of Hip-Hop talent. All part of Wayside's 5th anniversary celebration! Details here: https://www.waysidecenter.org/waysides-fifth-anniversary-celebration-schedule-and-details/
Verbs & Vibes Open Mic & Poetry Jam Sponsered by Skies The Limit Entertainment Featuring Poets William Stanford Knudsen & Chris Leja of Portland, Oregon. During the Open Mic session of the evening, I will be sharing a couple of songs, and a lot of good vibes.
Sounds Like: Janis Joplin, Joss Stone, Tracy Chapman, Etta James, Grace Slick
Bio: I picked up a guitar for the first time at the very young age of 4 years old, and started seriously playing at 6. As long as I can remember, I've been singing and writing songs. Music is like a second nature to me, and is the most beautiful thing in my life. I think of music as a positive outlet ...See Full Bio
"To some people, like me, it's an escape. We live in Charlottesville for Pete's sake. It's not like it's a big city. There's not a lot to do here." Harli has been singing and playing instruments since before she can remember. "I've been doing music for so long it's like a second nature to me now," she said. "She has been singing since she probably started talking, and she started talking really early," said Suzanne Saxon, Harli's mother. Harli said her songs have helped her through hard times. "Whenever I get sad or anything I just sit down and play my guitar. I'll write a song," Harli said. "She's been through, since she was born, lots of different moves from place to place to place, changing of schools, that sort of thing. I believe that it helped her develop a sense of friendship," her mother said. Now Harli has put her emotions into a professionally produced song. She's one of several teenage members of the MRC that have created original tracks.