EMW Presents: FREELANCE | Kickstarter Party

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EMW Presents: FREELANCE | KICKSTARTER PARTY
RSVP HERE | http://emwpresentsfreelance.splashthat.com/

EMW is proud to present the incredible music of our family FREELANCE. If y'all were part of the Music Box movement from several years ago, our neo-soul brothers are back in the building, stronger and better than ever, bringing a set of world-class music! Prepared to have your minds blown family, this is NOT TO BE MISSED!!

The band is: Tim "Smithsoneon" Smith (Vocals) and Chad Selph (Keyboards), along with Craig Hill (saxophone), Yasser Tejeda (guitar), Justin Tyson (drums), and David Ginyard (bass)

This is a KICKSTARTER fundraiser for Freelance, so bring your mobile devices to help join the cause and support!!!

http://kck.st/1EKpS6C

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/// Event Details
March 27th 
Doors Open @ 8pm
Show Starts @ 9pm

EMW Bookstore
934 Mass Ave
Cambridge MA

/// RSVP
$5 donation at the door

You must RSVP to this event in order to get on the guest list. Make sure to come early! Once we reach max capacity, we will have to turn away even people on the guest list.
http://emwpresentsfreelance.splashthat.com/

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/// ABOUT FREELANCE 
Freelance is an American band based in Harlem, NY. Their sound is influenced by genres such as electronic fusion, jazz, alternative rock, and neo soul, to name a few. By design, the name itself is the best way to define their genre, considering they are not committed to any specific music style. Their sound is Freelance. The band currently consists of founding leaders, Tim "Smithsoneon" Smith (Vocals) and Chad Selph (Keyboards), along with Craig Hill (saxophone), Yasser Tejeda (guitar), Justin Tyson (drums), and David Ginyard (bass). Each band member possesses an extensive resume, reflecting a wide range of established artists such as Jesse J, Kenny Garrett, Walter Beasley, Prince Royce, Solange, Esperanza Spalding, and many more. The origins of Freelance began at Berklee College of Music, in Boston, where they developed their craft while establishing close friendships. It is this friendship that propelled them to create their own sound and begin to perform around the greater area of Boston. Through a new progressive sound, they intend to uplift spirits and raise awareness, while exuding a familiar energy that people can relate to. They intend to inspire their audience to live freely and pursue their passions; to "Live Freelance".