Sy Smith "Musical Truths & Treats"

Serious Sounds Presents

Sold Out: Sy Smith "Musical Truths & Treats"

Mar 26 Mon

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pm

The Greenroom at Warehouse Live

SOLD OUT

This event is all ages

All tickets come with artist's new CD release, to be picked up at concert.

Serious Sounds Presents an intimate evening with Sy Smith as she shares her new album "Sometimes A Rose Will Grow In Concrete" (#SRWGC), talks shop about her 20-year career in music (as a recording artist and as a vocalist who has backed some of the top names in jazz and R&B),  and performs an acoustic set. Ticket price includes her new CD which attendees receive upon arrival.

This is Sy's first time in Houston as a solo artist in 10 years, so it's sure to be an event you won't want to miss!

Sy Smith
Sy Smith
Sy Smith (born February 18, 1978) is an American singer, songwriter, musician, actress, and music producer. Smith has released four albums and twenty singles during her career. She is also the president of her own recording label, Psyko! Incorporation. In addition, Smith has composed and written songs for many artists including Carlos Santana and Terry Lewis. Smith was briefly one of the lead vocalists of The Brand New Heavies.
Smith's musical genre has varied throughout her career including R&B, Go-go, soul, funk, jazz and neo soul. Her artistic influences include Michael Jackson, Minnie Riperton, Sly Stone, Diana Ross, Sheila E. and Chuck Brown. Smith has pioneered in the sound "Electrosoul" and "Futuristic soul", an amalgam of funk, neo soul, and R&B that has influenced many other musicians. She was also a key figure in the rise of the "Indie Soul" movement. Smith has a soprano vocal range with the ability to utilize the whistle register. She is also known for her signature songs "Fly Away With Me", "Aquarius Rising", "Ain't Nobody's Bizness", and "Fa'Sho". She is often referred to as The Underground Queen of R&B and Soul.
Venue Information:
The Greenroom at Warehouse Live
813 Saint Emanuel Street
Houston, TX, 77003