Wednesday, September 7 Â· 8:00pm – 11:00pm
7295 Biscayne Blvd.
A music event created for us Miami folk who get chills to the raw sounds of the rasp in a voice, the plucking of acoustic strings, and the lyrical content from the creative minds of some of the most talented songwriters that originated in Miami, Fl. Join us at our corner cafe in the MiMo district for some decadent French tastings, crisp shades of whites and reds, and an intimate environment created for friends and family to come together and enjoy the sounds of their local artists including: Jesse Jackson, Jill Hartmann, Vic Kingsley, Sarah Packiam, and Vincent Raffard.
Jill Hartmann: â€œWith a voice as pliable as molasses, Jill Hartmann coos with a subdued sensuality that makes even her most unadorned offerings sound daringly seductive.” â€“ Miami New Times
Jesse Jackson – A Miami legend that plays Country/Blues/Roots/Folk to Americana originals. He just finished his debut record which will be released soon.
Vic Kingsley is a singer-songwriter based out of Miami, FL and Los Angeles, CA. Kingsley’s music is a merger of traditional American music and modern soundcape.
Sarah Packiam describes her style as a blend of acoustic pop, traditional Irish music, a touch of India and sultry vocals. Sarah Packiam was born and raised in Ireland. Mandolin, traditional Irish instruments and tablas have been combined to create beautiful backdrops for her extremely catchy alternative/pop melodies.
Vincent Raffard: French singer,songwriter Vincent Raffard from Paris doesn’t neatly fit into any stylistic category, which makes his music the more provocative, bearing a strong hold on French traditional style , sexy, acoustic, pop songs that defy gender stereotypes as well as contemporary minimalist approach to his music.Thank you for using Soul Of Miami!