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Anne Steele & Matt Alber 10/1/19Tuesday, October 01 2019 6:00pm Doors / 8:00pm Start
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Anne Steele & Matt Alber 10/1/19
at City Winery Atlanta
Anne Steele and Matt Alber are so excited to return to Atlanta together and again share the City Winery Atlanta stage in this ONE NIGHT ONLY concert event. Both Anne and Matt have forged successful careers as singer/songwriter/recording artists and as touring musicians and have appeared alongside each other several times with RSVP Vacations. They will each take the stage with their own incredible music and stories to keep you entertained all night! Don’t miss this very special evening of song.
Anne Steele is a multi-award winning singer/ songwriter from NYC. She released a brand new EP of original music titled Made Out Of Stars in January 2019. She is currently on her Made Out Of Stars Tour that is playing across the US and abroad.
Steele released her first EP of original music titled What’s Mine, in 2015 and toured extensively throughout the US and abroad. She recently performed along side Cyndi Lauper at the Home For The Holidays concert at The Beacon Theater in NYC for the True Colors Fund. Anne’s single, “Love Can Take Us There”, was released in 2016, with all proceeds benefitting victims of The Pulse Nightclub shooting. The single was chosen as the official Provincetown Carnival Anthem for 2016.
"After listening to this EP, Made Out Of Stars, I'm convinced that Steele herself is made out of heavenly, cosmic stuff. Sporting a million-watt smile, a voice as clear and bright as a bell, and a heart of gold, Steele’s music sounds like a good friend—the kind you call when you need lifting up. One of the pleasures of female-driven pop is its ability to tap into the anthem of the self: the best female pop vocalists amplify positive feelings and give us hope that we can transcend obstacles. And when music’s as good as Made Out Of Stars I think we all get to shine a little.” - Merryn Johns, Curve Magazine, Feb 2019. www.annesteele.com
Two-time Grammy® Award-winning, out singer/songwriter Matt Alber has released four self-produced albums reminiscent of Rufus Wainwright, John Legend & K.D. Lang. His 1960’s Mad Men-inspired music video for End Of The World has garnered over a million views since debuting on MTV’s Logo Channel and sparked a touring career that has spanned nearly 10 years.
Matt’s songs have been featured on the ABC Television series The Fosters and Bones. Notable live appearances include sold out concerts at New York’s Lincoln Center, San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall, and a featured stadium performance for 30,000 at Chicago’s Soldier Field during the opening ceremonies of the 7th Gay Olympic Games.
Matt also works as a youth mentor and has toured as an artist diplomat of the US State Department in 6 countries including Sudan, Russia & Kosovo.
As a filmmaker, Matt focuses on the stories of LGBTQ+ youth & elders. His current film & docu-series, Room To Grow, chronicles the lives of 12 LGBTQ+ teens and families. To learn more and help fund the series, visit: www.moreroomtogrow.org