Jammin Java presents: I am Kawehi - The Quarantine Sessions on Tour!
ABOUT THE EVENT
Kawehi is a new breed of musician, a one-woman-band from Lawrence, Kansas who uses technology to carry the weight of a full band on her own. She was seen and heard in the Super Bowl 50 commercial for Intel, has landed in publications such as People Magazine, Spin, Esquire, and on the front page of Reddit. Elle magazine has dubbed Kawehi “The Genius One-Woman Band” and HuffPo has praised Kawehi as “Killing the DIY scene.” With over 11 million views on her YouTube channel, Kawehi has been performing to sold out shows across the nation and has already been on three headlining tours. With eight Kickstarter projects under her belt, Kawehi shows no signs of slowing down. Her newest project, EVE – a Sci-Fi Short Film/Visual Album – was funded via Kickstarter in less than a day and is set to release in the Spring of 2017.
WAITING FOR SMITH:
Waiting for Smith is GQ approved British singer/songwriter Harry Lloyd. Who after breaking his back realized he should dedicate his life to music.
“My accident gave me a moment of pure clarity. Looking up at the sky and laid out on a stretcher; it was obvious to me without any question, that I should pursue music.”
Spreading joy and making people believe in them selves is what drives Harry.
“My dream is to help people forget about their troubles in life, even if it’s just for half an hour. I love making people feel good.”
Waiting for Smith is amassing international support with a Netflix sync on Vis a Vis (Locked Up), festivals such as Latitude, Wilderness and Reeperbahn 2021 in the diary for this summer and radio play on over 190 stations around the world, including by Huw Stephens on Radio 1, Jo Whiley on Radio 2, Tom Robinson on 6 Music, Maz Tappuni on Radio X, Flux Fm in Germany, Radio Doble Neuve in Lima, Peru, KROQ and KISS FM in the USA and Radio One in India…Waiting for Smith is one to watch.
Based between Amsterdam & London Harry is inspired to write about the everyday ups & downs of life, love, and the never-ending investigation of who we are and what we’re all doing here.