FREE Show Will Present LIVE Music From Up-And-Coming Pop, R&B, Soul Singer/Songwriters and Musicians at Center Court
Huntington, NY (May, 2018) — Some of Long Island and greater NY’s best young talent is getting ready to invade one of Long Island’s premier malls this coming Saturday, May 19th, 1PM-5PM, when the Rick Eberle Agency and All Music Inc. present the 2018 Rising Stars Tour at Center Court of the Walt Whitman Mall (100 Walt Whitman Rd, Huntington, NY)!
Pop/R&B Singer/Songwriters Ali B, Julian Morgan, and Sammi Rae Murciano along with R&B/Soul group Tacy & Too will bring their fans an intimate showcase of live performances in a unique venue, bringing entertainment into the shopping experience!
Ali B grew up in the bustling concrete jungle of New York City, known for its thriving music community and inspiring so many young talents of today. Later moving to Long Island, she used that inspiration – turning it towards her love for music and already thriving vocal ability. Inspired by some of today’s biggest pop music sensations from Selena Gomez to Ariana Grande, she began performing cover songs and later writing her own original music with the help of Klang from MTV’s “Making The Band 4” and Artist / Engineer LaPorte. Noting some of her favorite experiences on her musical journey thus far, Ali says “Every new experience is my favorite, and all of the steps in this journey mean I’m one step closer to reaching my goals”. Having already gained so much success on her road to continued music development as an artist, songwriter, and performer – she advises other young talents like herself to strive for greatness, saying they should never give up, and adding “nothing is impossible, if you find something you love go out there and give it all you got!”.
With so much noise in today’s music world it can be harder to sift out some of the real talent, but those who relentlessly put true effort and soul into their craft can often rise above the murk and let their gifts shine. One such artist is Julian Morgan, whose latest track “Company” brings a refreshing glimpse into the work of one of today’s rising Pop/R&B contenders. The sensual track which mixes the perfect blend of smooth vocals, passionate lyrics, and pumping bass lines shows Morgan’s power as not only a skilled artist and songwriter, but a POWERHOUSE vocalist whose range and control over his instrument is truly impressive. The young talent has already garnered a ton of praise with his hit new track, which has seen him interviewed on Sirius XM’s Shade 45, New York’s Hot 97 with DJ Drewski and Power 105.1FM, and over 38 Hip-Hop/R&B stations nationwide!
A Long Island native, Sammi Rae Murciano has been singing for three years, and garnering a ton of praise from audiences nationwide. As a recent review by Digital Journal stated – “Her breathy vocals are expressive, and reminiscent of a young Demi Lovato”, and for Murciano, singing is her passion. Inspired by a wide range of talents before her, she has cited her major influences as everyone from Beyoncé to Demi Lovato, Rihanna, Adele, Dua Lipa and many more. Her strong and soulful voice is well beyond her years at the young age of 16, and knowing that you have to believe in yourself and have confidence to be successful has been her continued mantra. Her latest three song EP “The Story” includes singles “Reflection” along with “Back to Me” – about wanting to move forward and finding the strength to trust and love again, and “Never Letting Go” – a track she says she wants “to inspire others” continuing “no one should let anyone stop them from doing what they love”. The final track also sums up the feelings that connect through the whole EP in a sense, one of the lyrics being “Take the risk or the chance to lose it all, let the burning desire go” which she expresses as “meaning you should always take a chance and do what you are passionate about each and every day.”
Tracy is a group of three sisters, Shijuan Williams, Sydney Williams, and Tyler-Lenai Williams who have been singing almost their “entire life.” Coming from a musically-inclined family from Freeport, Long Island – their brother, Anthony Williams is known as “Too” who performs poetry and rap and their younger sister, Sincere Williams, sings as well. They came to fame back in 2015-2016 with two widely praised performances at Harlem’s famed Apollo Theatre, in which they came in second at Ameteur Night. It’s no surprise they quickly gained notoriety, as the sisters had always sang at family occasions since they were young. However, they officially became Tracy five years ago. “Our bond as family and blend as vocalists just formulates so well, it’s strange,” says Shijuan, “it’s like God made all three of us with different voice types to go together. Seriously amazing! We take the best from each other and that’s what makes us Tracy,” says Sydney.
So on Saturday, May 19th, 1PM-5PM music lovers who want to catch a glimpse of today’s newest rising talent should make sure to stop down at Center Court of the Walt Whitman Mall for the 2018 Rising Stars Tour!
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