So Mo W/ Kirko Bangz & Jordan Bratton At The New Daisy Theatre

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New Daisy Theatre says
SoMo Presents: The Falling Up Tour
w/ special guests Kirko bangz & Jordan Bratton
September 18, 2015

Doors at 7 PM/ Show at 8 PM

This is an all ages show.

SoMo—aka Joseph Somers-Morales—will never forget being on stage as a kid. At six-years-old, he sang at a popular club on historic 6th Street in Austin, TX. However, his life took a bit of a detour away from music for quite some time. It certainly loomed in the background, but he had other things on his mind. In 2009, music called to him in the strangest and most serendipitous way. Receiving a piano from his mom for Christmas, he taught himself how to play by ear and recorded a cover of Chris Brown’s “Crawl”. Uploading the performance to YouTube, it soon went viral. Prior to the release of Drake’s "Take Care" in 2011, he recorded a medley of the entire album and dropped it on the album’s release day. That medley would go on to garner over 4 million views, and it started to solidify the SoMo phenomenon. Throughout 2012, the singer and songwriter began to buckle down and work on his first original music. His efforts in the studio yielded the independent debut mixtape, My Life. A powerful, palpable, and passionate collection, it merged R&B spirit with pop soul, showcasing his dynamic voice and songwriting prowess. Simultaneously, SoMo released a cover every single Sunday as part of his “SoMo Sunday” campaign, and the series has accrued 50 million-plus views on YouTube. Struck by all of his success, Republic Records reached out and offered him a deal in October 2013. It’s his intimate, infectious, and irresistible music that’s going to make everyone remember his name. “When I sing, I really mean it,” he leaves off. “If I’m singing about a woman in the studio, I sing into the mic like it’s her ear. If I’m singing about something sad or happy, I’ll put myself in that mood. My music is driven by emotion from the inside. My motto is, “If it sounds good, people will listen.”
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