Jasmine Tate with Jimbo Jackson

Fri. Aug 5, 2016 at 9:00pm EDT
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Price: $10.00
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Price: $10.00
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Jasmine Tate with Jimbo Jackson

Doors are at 8 PM. Show is at 9 PM.


Tickets are $10 in advance, and $12 at the door.



Jasmine Tate is a Pittsburgh based singer/songwriter with deep roots in gospel music and a flair for creating one-on-one encounters with each audience member. Her first solo project, The Jasmine Tate EP, debuted at #9 on the iTunes singer/songwriter charts, besting released by Sheryl Crow, Simon & Garfunkel, and Ben Rector, to name a few. “I knew something crazy was going to happen with the charts, I just didn’t know what.”


Following in the sonic and social footsteps of Tracy Chapman and Lauryn Hill, Jasmine has spent the past three years bringing heartfelt song of life, love and justice to college campuses and coffee shops throughout America, building a solid fan base and brand. Whether she’s performing in front of thousands on national television or dozens in a coffee shop to raise awareness for human trafficking, the goal is always the same – to infuse each person with hope and hunger for the “more” in life. “I want every song to feel like a one-on-one, heart-to-heart moment between the listener and I. That said… I really just want to touch those who are living without color.”


So, why The Jasmine Tate EP, a soulful, acoustic rendition of only five songs from this young artist’s overpopulated notebook? “The five songs on the EP are five of the most intimate songs I’ve written so far; five of my most favorite. And all of them are, to some capacity, a part of my story. So, I wanted to put them out there to see what people responded to.” And the response has been great, with voices like fellow singer/songwriter Joy Ike saying,”…[Her] music and presence are necessary in our culture. Ears will be pleasantly surprised and hearts will come to life!”


Her music is relatable and inspirational to a generation seeking hope and finding ashes. Each song, from the flirtacious, yet certain “A Thousand Ways” to the heavy and heartbreaking “Believer,” carries a promise of love that might just be strong enough to make an audience lower their masks for a minute and receive. “I dream of writing songs that lead people into Love. And I believe what I write about.”


 

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Pittsburgh Winery 2815 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15222