Besh, Redgrave Jones, Diana Roca

Besh

Redgrave Jones

Diana Roca

Wednesday, May 16

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$8.00

This event is 21 and over

  • 8:00 - Diana Roca
  • 8:45 - Redgrave Jones
  • 9:20 - Besh

Besh
Besh
Besh is a Pop/R&B artist from Columbus, Ohio of West African heritage. Besh discovered her passion for singing at a very young age. Ever since she was 3 years old, she would gather her family to watch her perform her original song and dance routines. Growing up, Besh spent grade school singing at various talent shows, in show choir, women's chorus, and musical theater. She even was known to sing the national anthem at her high school's basketball games fairly regularly. Besh's career as a professional singer looked promising until her life took a detour and she found herself in a cult at 17 years old. 

After years of suppressing her childhood dream, Besh courageously decided to step out on her own and rebuild her life, apart from religion. After taking time to heal from the spiritual abuse she had endured, she naturally reconnected with her passion for singing. It was at that time that she moved to Los Angeles to make her dream come true. 

Besh's sound is a perfect soulful blend of her musical roots, influenced by her childhood inspirations Aaliyah and Christina Aguilera, to name a few. Besh embodies a nuanced vocal style: a little powerhouse, a little rasp, with an underlying sultry tonality. In addition, her natural gift at songwriting coupled with the innate charisma she effortlessly exudes on stage sets her apart not only as a true vocalist, but as a performer.

Besh is currently writing her debut EP, expected to be released summer 2018.
Redgrave Jones
Redgrave Jones
Redgrave Jones has devoted a majority of her life to making music and art, living something of the life of a gypsy. Restless by nature, she’s lived in many different cities and has thrived in a variety of creative circles, weaving in and out of various mediums of expression. She has ceaselessly created, writing songs, poetry, singing with jazz ensembles and blues bands, rock bands, metal bands and everything in between. She even dedicating a number of years to singing bel canto opera.
Over the years she continued to gather inspiration from new sources and forgotten old sources, patiently waiting for the right time to share her music. She has always known that the time would come to channel the work she’s done over the years into something tangible and powerful. A piece of work so significant, that it would be demand to be heard.
Luckiest Girl In The World, Redgrave’s debut EP is just that. A life’s work and also the fiercest of beginnings. Her music is unapologetic and raw, with big beats, crunchy guitars and synths.
She pulls significant influence from Nine Inch Nails, PJ Harvey, and Billie Holiday, though her sound is quite incomparable.
Venue Information:
The Mint
6010 West Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, 90035
http://www.themintla.com/