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Annie O Presents: Caroline Vreeland

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Very few artists are associated with an adjective like ubiquitous, but that’s perhaps one of the best-suited descriptions for Caroline Vreeland. Vreeland, the fashion muse coveted for campaigns and magazine covers alike; Vreeland, the heir to a famous family name who made it on her own; or Vreeland, the musician... She is everywhere. Her debut album, Notes on Sex and Winewill be out in early 2020. Annie O caught up with her before her show at Top of The Standard on November 14. 

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Annie O Presents: Marieme

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Marieme left Africa as a youngster to come to the United States with dreams of pursuing a music career. Currently based in LA and NY and fast becoming a household name in her home country of Senegal, having shared the stage with numerous notable players such as African music legends Youssou N'dour as well as Akon and Baba Maal, she will be releasing a visual acoustic EP on December 13th. Annie O caught up with Marieme before her performance at The Standard, East Village on November 4th.

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Annie O Present Chrysta Bell

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Chrysta Bell is coming back to The Standard! This time at the Standard, East Village, on Sept 22. “The first time I saw her perform, I thought she was like an alien. The most beautiful alien ever,” said David Lynch after her first performance. She talked to Annie O about her new album, her new video shot in Poland, and her new projects—including moving to NY!

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Annie O Presents: Alex McArtor

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Seventeen-year-old Alex McArtor has a powerful voice and pensive soul. Her two exquisite EPs pull inspiration from classic rock, soul and 90s alternative and have received praise from Billboard, EARMILK, and others, racking up almost 4 million streams thus far. Annie O caught up with Alex before her show at the Standard, East Village on Nov 11.

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Annie O Presents: Rebekah Del Rio

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The filmmaker David Lynch created the scene in Mulholland Drive where Rebekah Del Rio sings in the Club Silencio, in Paris after he heard her rendition of the song "Llorando” (Crying, by Roy Orbison) at his home studio at the suggestion of his agent. He then invited her to perform it in his film and it became her signature  Annie O caught up with the talented singer before her show on October 18, at The Standard, East Village, as part of the Annie O Music series.

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Annie O Presents Kate Davis

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Kate grew up as a jazz darling, but she grew into something significantly more dynamic. Days spent practicing and performing became nights spent writing music—cathartic indie rock—simultaneously informed by and rebutting of her training. Time intended for technique slipped into secret listening sessions of Beach House, Elliot Smith and TV On The Radio. In the same bright, arresting croon that ignited her youthful stardom, Davis created confessionals. Throughout twelve tumultuous tracks, she poetically reflects upon the intricacies of what it is to live, ruminating on topics too close to her heart; identity, self-worth, loss. Trophy will be released November 8, 2019 on Solitaire Recordings. Annie O caught up with Kate before her show at The Standard, East Village on Sept 9.

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