Presented By
Crossroads Presents

Isabel Pless / Vivi Rincon

Event Dates
Tuesday / July 11, 2023 / 7:00 pm
Red Room at Cafe 939
939 Boylston Street
United States
$15 in advance / $18 day of show

With an adoration for songwriting, Isabel Pless has created a career in music from her childhood bedroom in Jericho, Vermont. From writing her first song at 12-years-old, to writing songs during the pandemic and taking them to the internet, Pless is using her music as a cathartic outlet for expressing her feelings. In turn, she is creating music that her fanbase and beyond find extremely relatable through her deeply passionate lyrics. Now residing in Nashville, Pless is showing what it means to be a folk artist in the new age of apps like TikTok. With over 114K+ followers online, Pless has found a home in the singer songwriter community who flock to her stories. Pless is gearing up for a year of new music, touring, and more. She can't wait to continue sharing her prolific songwriting and haunting vocals with the world for years to come.


An emerging force in the lanes of modern indie rock, singer-songwriter and instrumentalist Vivi Rincon has found immense resonance with many a fan for her signature heartfelt, vulnerable lyricism and infectious melody-centric songwriting.

Multiple viral moments have seen Rincon’s music catapulted to the online LGBTQ+ community, with her first breakthrough surrounding the release of her debut track “if we lived on the moon.” Following the momentum of her debut single, Rincon’s first full length EP crash landing released to much anticipation from the online audience that grew to witness her musical growth and emotional healing. Her debut project has since seen praise from the likes of such reputable publications as Rolling Stone and CLASH, along with playlist placements on Spotify's New Music Friday, Sad Girl Starter Pack, Created by Women, GLOW, and many more.

Currently beginning work on her second full length project, Rincon pulls inspiration from Phoebe Bridgers, Nessa Barrett, and Maggie Lindemann to take her sound beyond its current melancholy notes to a vein of grittier and rock-esque.