Win a Punk speaker and 2 tickets to see Charlotte Cardin and Tangina Stone live at Joe’s Pub in New York City on Tuesday, May 24th! #SOLCardinStone
How to enter:
Step 1 – Head over to Twitter and follow @SOLREPUBLIC, @CharlotteCardin and @TanginaStone
Step 2 – Retweet our #SOLCardinStone tweet for your chance to win a SOL REPUBLIC Punk speaker and 2 tickets to Tuesday’s show in New York.
— SOL REPUBLIC (@SOLREPUBLIC) May 21, 2016
Contest ends 5/24/16 at 12pm EST. Winner will be messaged via Twitter by 2pm EST on the 24th. Click here to view full contest details
Congrats to contest winner @brettwalzer
About Charlotte Cardin
Model by day, singer-songwriter by night, this 20-year-old Montreal gem has recently gone from full-time student to round the clock musician.
While in Paris working for world-famous modelling agency, a keen Charlotte Cardin decided she was to embark on a different journey. Back in Montreal, the news of this young one-of-a-kind talent was ready to take the leap of faith traveled at light speed.
Taking time to define her artistic vision and style is a priority for the year, as she spent the summer in the studio, recording with her newly formed band. Originally, the was no plan of releasing music before the end of summer but an enticing last-minute proposal from the Montreal Jazz Festival called for a turnaround. Charlotte was offered to open for international pop star Mika, in one of Montreal’s most esteemed venues. – via Joe’s Pub
About Tangina Stone
Essence Magazine deems her “new & next,” The Deli Magazine named her one of the “Best Emerging NYC Soul Artists in 2015,” and Okayplayer says, “she represents a sound that harkens back to an era where the sound came from a pure and honest place.” Who is? Tangina Stone. Soul, rock, pop and r&b fused into one, the Ohio-born, Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter has been ablaze since the release of her debut EP, “The Fall,” in 2014 and graced stages in New York to Los Angeles. Her music can be heard on TV One, VH1 and latest single, “Wasn’t Love Cafe,” is out now on Feel Up Records. – via Joe’s Pub
About the Venue: Joe’s Pub
Named for Public Theater founder Joe Papp, Joe’s Pub at The Public opened in 1998 and plays a vital role in The Public’s mission of supporting young artists while providing established artists with an intimate space and superior acoustics to perform and develop new work. Joe’s Pub consistently presents the best in live music and performance nightly, continuing its commitment to diversity, production values, community and artistic freedom.