On March 27, 2021, Sony Hall, a multi-genre live venue located in the heart of New York City, will celebrate its third anniversary. Sony Hall features one-of-a-kind performances enhanced by Sony technology to provide music fans with an unrivaled entertainment experience.
The concert will feature rising R&B singer, songwriter, producer, Cautious Clay and platinum-certified performing artist Cassadee Pope
WHEN: Digital Stream Saturday, March 27, 2021
WHAT: To mark the occasion, and to help support those in the performing arts who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, Sony Corporation and Sony Home Entertainment & Sound Products Corporation are holding a very special concert performed at Sony Hall and available to music fans globally. As part of the event, Sony will make a donation to support #SAVEOURSTAGES, a fundraising effort for the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) Emergency Relief Fund that provides grants to independent venues at greatest risk of closing forever due to the pandemic shutdowns. NIVA’s mission is to preserve and nurture the ecosystem of independent venues and promoters throughout the United States. For every stream of this concert and every social media share of the announcement, $1 will go to the NIVA Emergency Relief Fund.
That sentence should read: The anniversary concert, which fans can stream at home, will showcase two singers from leading global distributor, The Orchard, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment: Rising R&B singer, songwriter, producer, Cautious Clay and platinum-certified performing artist Cassadee Pope. Fans who want to experience the concert can visit https://www.sonyhall.com/events/sony-hall-anniversary-concert/.
WHO: Cautious Clay is the artist alias of Cleveland-born, New York-based singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Josh Karpeh. Drawing from R&B, hip hop, and leftfield indie pop, Cautious Clay has built a reputation for poetic and emotionally honest music defined by his sophisticated songwriting, soulful singing, and cinematic sound. His debut album, Deadpan Love, is a culmination of this growth. If Karpeh’s previous EPs showed the artist experimenting with different singing, songwriting, and production forms, then Deadpan Love sees him confidently owning his sound, expressing his ideas in his most assured and direct way yet.
WHO: Cassadee Pope is a GRAMMY-nominated, Platinum-certified singer-songwriter who recently released her first acoustic solo album. Co-produced by Cassadee alongside Todd Lombardo, the new project follows her second solo album, STAGES, featuring hit singles “Take You Home,” “One More Red Light,” and “If My Heart Had A Heart.” From fronting rock band, Hey Monday, to winning Season 3 of “The Voice” and releasing her #1 debut album Frame by Frame, Cassadee has effortlessly re-arranged the lines of Country and Pop.