LATE SHOW: The B-Side Rebels, Stevie Gerard, Iris Temple, OSA North

LATE SHOW: The B-Side Rebels, Stevie Gerard, Iris Temple, OSA North

Sat · October 14, 2017

10:00 pm

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

The B-Side Rebels
The B-Side Rebels
Unique and unusual cover band shaking up the mundane and predictable set list. Hang on to your wigs and keys and get ready to Rock!!!
Stevie Gerard
Stevie Gerard
Stevie Gerard is a Chicago based HipHop & RnB artist who uses his passion for music and fine arts as well as his ability to create thought provoking material to inspire people to be uniquely expressive and emotional. Accompanied by his in-house producer/engineer Jando, Stevie is constantly looking to incapsulate every moment that led to his venture out of his hometown and into the heart of Chicago, as well as the new experiences he has gone through since the move. With honest, polished, diverse lyrical and melodic content, Stevie hopes to use his art to inspire others to be real with themselves.
Iris Temple
Iris Temple
Iris Temple is a duo from Kansas City, MO, now based out of Chicago, consisting of vocalist Aura and vocalist/producer Quinn Cochran.
OSA
OSA
"NOE. Northside over everything" sings Chicago native Osa. Representing the Northside, Chicago born-Nigerian raised DJ turned rapper and songwriter has been engineering and writing his own music for the past 4 years now.

Osa's unique sound can be attributed to the fact that he spent 5 years in Nigeria growing accustomed to a way of life that was completely foreign to him. With His return to the US in 2012 at age 16, he brought a whole new perspective on life and a mentality that few of his peers from the same age could understand. We see this reflected in the lyrical content and style in songs like "4 the Kids" and "Her Favorite Song." After close listening, listeners can also hear the influence of artists he admires like Akon, Biggie Smalls, Young Thug, 070 Shake, Michael Jackson, Kanye West, Jake Mela, Professor Kietel and Sir Victor Uwaifo.

Always open to collaborations with his fellow underground Chicago artists, Osa has managed to branch out of the typical hip hop niche and reach people from all walks of life. His latest project, ©it's just water, is an 8 track collection of songs that explores topics if life, friendship, and the daily struggle of living as a black youth in Chicago.

Currently pursuing a degree in Radio at Columbia College Chicago, it's obvious that the "be yourself" themed artist wants to hone his craft on all levels. Featured in various underground magazines and blogs, a music team pumping out material on a daily basis and strong support from the underground community, the time is right for this 22 year old young man to take off.
Venue Information:
The Elbo Room
2871 N Lincoln Ave
Chicago, IL, 60657
http://www.elboroomlive.com/