Sunday
05
NOV

The Shadowboxers w/ Cameron Floyd // Visulite Theatre

19:00
23:00

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The Shadowboxers have a passion for captivating lyrics, tight harmonies, and soulful vocals. Founding members Scott Tyler, Matt Lipkins, and Adam Hoffman experienced an almost-instantaneous musical compatibility when they first started writing together. Together with bassist Carlos Enamorado and drummer Cole McSween, they've forged a cohesive sound based on a shared reverence for the strong, taut harmonies of Simon & Garfunkel, D'Angelo, and The Beatles. This young band's unified sound has an R&B-soaked, smart perspective replete with an abundance of vocal talent and songwriting skill. In the short time they've been playing together, The Shadowboxers have found a collective voice that is intelligent, soulful, and catchy.
www.theshadowboxers.com

Cameron Floyd
Start Time: 8:00
“With hometown values and big city dreams, Cameron Floyd plays music with purpose and passion. Born and raised in Charlotte, NC, music has always surrounded him. Cameron receives much of his love for writing and singing from his family. His mother is a writer and his father was nominated for a Dove Award as Male Vocalist of the Year, so there was no second guessing if music was to be a part of Cameron’s future.

Whether capturing a moment, telling a story, or inviting people to dance, Cameron’s songs are essentially an extension of himself – both relatable and authentic. He can find a song almost anywhere, and one of the hardest things for Cameron to do at the end of the day is put down his guitar. “Music brings a sense of peace when there is no peace,” says Cameron. Whether on stage before a crowd or simply one-on-one, Cameron engages people with a genuine warmth and gentle confidence that doesn’t let go. He considers himself blessed to be able to play music, but even more, he considers the music itself to be the blessing."
www.cameronfloydmusic.com

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