Chantae Cann At Vinyl

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Saturday, March 19, 2016
Next Level Events Presents:
Chantae Cann
Journey To Golden Album Release
Doors 8 / Show 9 / 21+
$17/adv, $20/Day Of Show

• 21+ with photo ID
• Vinyl is a general admission, standing room venue
• Tickets available online via or without ticket fees in person at the Center Stage Box Office, M-F, 11-6. Online sales end at 6pm on day of show.

Chantae Cann’s voice is the perfect combination of a warm Spring day, the fragrance just before it rains, and a sunset so breathtaking you can’t seem to capture it just right on camera. Her vocal delivery is soothing, sultry and more than just soulful, it’s soul fulfilling. Whether you find yourself listening to her live at a show or turning her up in your headphones, chances are you will have peace in your mind and a smile on your face. Chantae’s music blends the exploratory sounds of JAZZ with the feel good vibes of SOUL, which makes for a mixture that is quite delicious. It is her heart’s desire to simply inspire, uplift and encourage the lives of others through music.

Chantae truly believes in the healing power of music. She further believes that there is a unique purpose intended for every soul of creation, and hopes that her music awakens purpose, destiny and truth to all who listen.

She goes on to say:

“Music gives you the power to push past your present state of mind.
It enables you to CHOOSE love, joy & tranquility even in the worst of circumstances.

“When you open up your heart and just get lost in the music,
it [music] will comfort and heal you.”

A Chicago native, Chantae is not a novice to the music world. She has been blessed to travel the world as a background vocalist (10+ years) with the likes of Leon Timbo, Darlene McCoy, P.J. Morton, Gramps Morgan, and Grammy Award winning artist India Arie. She’s had the tremendous honor of collaborating with artists/bands such as, Snarky Puppy, Jarrod Lawson, Jonathan McReynolds, Tony Momrelle, Jaspects, The Foreign Exchange, Zo!, Mike Hicks, Sho Baraka and Khari Cabral Simmons.
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By: Center Stage - The Loft - Vinyl

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