Marc Scibilia / Corey Harper / Brad Ray

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Wednesday / April 19, 2017 / 8:00 p.m.
Red Room at Cafe 939
939 Boylston Street
United States
Marc Scibilia
Corey Harper
Brad Ray
Marc Scibilia
Corey Harper
Brad Ray

While the sounds and styles of the 11 songs on Marc Scibilia’s debut album, Out of Style, span a broad spectrum—from singer-songwriter narratives to dance beats, drawing on folk, pop, and rock along the way—his hard-fought but positive spirit never wavers. Produced by critically acclaimed artist and hitmaker Butch Walker (Pink, Fall Out Boy, Taylor Swift, Keith Urban), Scibilia’s LP marks the arrival of a unique new talent. In 2015, he turned heads and set Twitter abuzz for his ethereal rendition of Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land,” as part of the Jeep Chrysler commercial that aired during the Super Bowl and became the most Shazamed moment of Super Bowl XLIX outside of the halftime show. The success of the ad led to coverage from Rolling StoneBillboardForbes, and USA Today, and helped launch a busy year of touring with more than 100 shows performed across North America and Europe.

Corey Harper’s blend of acoustic folk/Americana, country, and blues builds upon the storied singer-songwriter's past and present. As a guitarist and songwriter, Harper crafted his sound from growing up around '60s/'70s rock and soul music, as well as drawing inspiration from newer artists, such as John Mayer and Ben Howard. Harper’s debut EP, On the Run, ambitiously showcases his sought-after lyricism and melodic guitar playing.

Rome, Georgia, native Brad Ray began playing guitar at the age of 12. He honed his playing skills listening to a diverse palette of artists, such as Third Eye Blind, Prince, Whitesnake, and Maxwell. Ray began to grow as a writer, composing hundreds of songs and performing when he could fit it in between his studies. He realized that his heart was that of an artist and made the decision to leave school to pursue a career as a songwriter and performer.

$15 general admission (standing room only)