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Opening for Slaves – plus Press Review from New Times!

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!

Bianca Jazmine crowd-surfing at Propaganda in Lake Worth, FL. Taken by Arron Lampkin on November 10, 2019.

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.”