Sydney Matlock / Brianna Nelson / Chavis Chance
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Sydney Matlock is an effervescent country/pop singer-songwriter from Windsor, Canada, who is currently based in Boston, Massachusetts. She will enter her senior year as a songwriting major at Berklee College of Music this fall. Matlock has been a finalist in the South Canada Songwriting Competition and was a regional finalist in the 2017 CBC Searchlight competition for "Follow You," her debut single and video. Matlock is promoting her debut EP, Lucky Girl.
Brianna Nelson is a Bohemian pop artist with earthy roots, a storyteller style of songwriting, and pop melodies. She has been writing and performing music since 2012. In 2014, Nelson was cast on The Voice. In 2015, she recorded her first EP and started gigging more frequently. She has performed at venues such as World Cafe Live and Sellersville Theater (opening for Gary Puckett & the Union Gap)—both in Pennsylvania—and the Listening Room in Nashville, Tennessee. Nelson studies songwriting at Berklee College of Music, where she continues to write, perform, and record her music.
Chavis Chance is an American singer-songwriter from Dallas, Texas. His father was a singer-songwriter and acted as a mentor and collaborator. His music brings the energy of an old era to modern pop songs with charisma and character, landing somewhere between the soul singers of Motown and veteran songwriters such as Paul Simon and Joni Mitchell. Chance shines playing solo and often tours by himself. In more intimate settings such as the Red Room at Cafe 939, the wit and humanity of his music shines through in a way that only solo performances can provide. He is a student at Berklee College of Music.