On Friday December 6, Bianca Jazmine will be opening for the rock band Slaves at Respectable Street in West Palm Beach. Doors open at 8pm, ages 18+. Contact us to receive your $16 pre-sale ticket!
Special thanks to New Times Broward-Palm Beach for featuring the event in their recent article The Five Best Concerts in South Florida This Week, and including this kind press review:
“Bianca Jazmine is a young singer/songwriter with the emotion of rebellion in her lyrics. Her 2019 EP Hear Our Voices, like its title track, is an upbeat pop record that is a call to speak out on the issues this world faces. The very next song on the EP, called “The Key,” brings the tempo down to where sounds are more country-influenced and you can hear it in her voice. A young aspiring artist, Jazmine seems to enjoy a strong pop influence, but manages to not let the meaning of her music escape like so many pop artists do. On “Frequencies,” the track starts with a very soft and beachy sway, until the chorus hits with a jolt of energy. All in all, her EP is 15 minutes of an artist showcasing her wide range of influences. With Hometown Losers, Slaves, Fame on Fire, and Vagrant Son. 8 p.m. Friday, December 6 at Respectable Street, 518 Clematis St., West Palm Beach.”