Best known for penning hit records for pop artists including Kelly Clarkson’s 2018 Grammy-nominated single “Love So Soft,” Rihanna’s “California King Bed,” Kesha’s “Timber,” and Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood’s “Something’ Bad,” this singer/songwriter has now released her own debut album, Colored. Showcasing her powerhouse vocals and her ability to combine poignant lyrics with unforgettable melodies, Colored is a genre-blending album that incorporates elements of pop, R&B, and country music with soulful undertones. Catch her live at Fringe!
Supported by: Downtown Norfolk, The NEON District, City of Norfolk Government, and Virginia Arts Festival.
What is a fringe festival?
Fringe festivals began in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1947. There, a number of performing artists who were not official participants in the Edinburgh International Festival decided to produce their own work in empty stores and church basements. Thus, their work was staged literally “on the fringe” of the established festival.
The concept was an immediate success and the fringe events soon became just as popular as the official festival. Today, fringe festivals around the world vary, lasting from a few days to a few weeks. Shows are kept brief and technical requirements simple, introducing audiences to new genres as a performing art “smorgasbord.”