Monday, June 24th at Moroccan Lounge
ROVE presents: Lee Brown, Heather Cole and Holander at Moroccan Lounge
Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 the day of the show. Use code “friendsofrove” to save an additional $2 on your advance tickets!
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Lee Brown is a British solo artist currently based out of Los Angeles, CA. Lee officially began his music career in 2015 as a member of the international boyband Phase Five, where he fell in love with music and went on to tour the USA and the United Kingdom. He is now pursuing his highly anticipated solo project and we cannot wait for the whole world to hear his music.
Lee draws inspiration from all genres of music, from old school Motown legends like The Four Tops and the Drifters, Classic Rock icons such as The Beatles, all the way to modern pop artists such as Charlie Puth and Justin Timberlake. However, one of Lee’s main inspirations is the British Superstar Robbie Williams.
Lee’s vision is to inspire young kids to follow their dreams and to know that anything is possible. Coming from a very small town in the middle of England, Lee knows all about how hard it is to break out of “the norm” and try something new.
Heather Cole is an LA based pop artist and songwriter. She was born a fisherman’s daughter in Kodiak, Alaska where she cultivated her love for music at a very young age.
Cole later moved to Nashville, TN to study music at Belmont University. After graduating, she began touring the country as a background singer while also writing for her solo project. In 2015, Cole released “Hearts Will Break” which gained attention from iHeart Radio’s “Most Requested Live with Romeo” along with some other Top 40 stations across the country.
Heather recently released her debut EP entitled “One of Our Hearts,” which is also a visual project. Cole tells the story of one relationship beginning to end through music and film. She created the concept, wrote the script, co-choreographed the dancing, and was the overall creative director for this video project. Cole also co-wrote all 5 songs on the EP.
Heather’s third single “Good On You,” was released February 14th following the release of “Good At Friends,” which was added to the prestigious New Music Friday Spotify curated playlist.
Holander, LA’s glitter grunge princess, embodies the bright lights and buzzing energy of a city after dark. She has garnered a reputation for weaving raw lyrics/vocals that embrace the autonomy of having emotions with both innocent and edgy ear worm pop melodies. Embracing vulnerability as empowerment; the 22 year old manages to put everything from pettiness to passion into a non stop bop.