with Mercedes Gala, CLOVER, Lydia von Hof, Nia
Fri August 30 @ 7:30 PM ( Doors: 7:00 pm )
Heaven Can Wait
Ages 21 and Up
Mariami first came to prominence in the UK with two chart-topping singles “Finally” with Jadekey and “Justice Now” with Barista Cafe. With over 13 million streams on Spotify alone amassed via her catalog of written songs, Mariami has proven herself as a global artist with a unique sound that blends pop music with modern stylings learned at Berklee College of Music and the competitive club scene of Los Angeles and NYC. Her musical roots in traditional Georgian soul music lays the foundation for her progressive songwriter toolkit. She paints with a kaleidoscopic palette in this way, blending Indo-European melody + soul. From this she has built her Indo-Pop sound which is brilliantly progressive. Her album “GATES” was chosen by Apple for their Keynote, resulting in billions of impressions worldwide. Her unique style and voice have won her a worldwide audience, and she continues to tour and release new music to this day.
Mercedes Gala
Mercedes Gala is a singer-songwriter, and music producer from Tijuana, Mexico, based in NYC. Mercedes has performed in a variety of ensembles, merging in all sort of different styles including Latin music, R&B, and Hip Hop. On the other hand, Mercedes’ love for R&B is portrayed in her compositions, and her unique blending of styles, ethereal sound design, and soulful vocal interpretations is what defines her sound.
Lydia von Hof
Lydia von Hof is a singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist based on Long Island. She has performed as a soloist at Madison Square Garden at a New York Knicks halftime show, The Bitter End in NYC, the Hard Rock Café in Boston, and was the 2016 winner of Long Island’s got talent. Aside from singing folk, rock, jazz, and her originals, she is a classically trained pianist and opera singer, and has performed piano solos at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, and has performed with the New York Opera Exchange. Her songwriting has won acclaim, as she recently was selected as the winner of the ASCAP Writer’s showcase in the Spring of 2022 at Belmont University. Her production work has recently been showcased in her debut EP, “while I have you here”, co-produced with Samuel Jenkins. Lydia is a Belmont University Songwriting Alumni as of Spring 2023, and is now playing at venues all over New York