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Zealyn

Beverly's own Angie Miller

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Date:
Thursday, June 13
Time:
8:00 pm
Doors Open:
6/13/19 7:00 pm
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Venue

The Cabot
286 Cabot Street
Beverly, MA 01915 United States
Phone:
9789273100
Website:
thecabot.org

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“Poetic.” –– BILLBOARD
“(Zealyn’s) subtle aggressive tone leaves an empowering aftertaste.” –– NYLON
“Fusing talent as a lyricist and vocalist with her vision for creating an innovative pop sound, Zealyn is truly breaking genre limitations.” –– THE BEATFOREST
It’s rare in music for any artist to enjoy extensive critical or commercial success. It’s rarer still for that artist to enjoy them both, and simultaneously. For such acclaim to be garnered by an emerging artist is almost unheard of, but for Los Angeles-based electronic/pop singer-songwriter Zealyn, it’s simply reality.
Beverly, MA remembers Zealyn by her real name, Angie Miller, when we watched her on our TV’s during the 12th season of American Idol. Through the past 6 years there has been a lot of change and growth in her life. In 2013, American Idol determined her own branding for her, along with her sound and look. But when she realized that it was no longer a genuine representation of herself, she decided it was time to re-brand and release music under a new artist name. “I needed to start fresh and have complete control over my art and career. It’s funny how once I started going by a stage name, I felt more like myself” said Miller.
Billboard Magazine hails her songwriting as “poetic.” Nylon calls her musicianship “empowering.” The Autumn Roses writes that Zealyn’s music is “fluid and smart, relentlessly tuneful and electrified by an easy cool.”
The critical praise for her 2016 debut EP, Limbic System, was quickly met by an equal measure of commercial success with the EP rapidly cracking the Top 40 on iTunes’ Alternative Charts. Produced by Aaron Marsh (lead singer of famed indie-rock band Copeland), Limbic System surprised critics and music lovers alike with its innovative melding of electronic and pop elements, and most importantly, Zealyn’s craft as a lyricist. Her voice, both instantly recognizable yet distinctly unique, was praised by the tastemakers at The Daily Listening as one “made of gold.”
Not wanting to rest on her laurels,  Zealyn took to the road following the EP’s release, touring extensively in 2017 for a 31-city, 24-state national coast-to-coast headlining tour of the United States. Packed venues of fans witnessed her bring Limbic System to the stage, with the kind of electrifying performances emerging artists are rarely capable of.  Kicking off 2018, Zealyn brought Limbic System to London for her debut UK show, selling out the room.Now, in 2019, Zealyn’s bright future continues to be fueled by her tireless commitment to her vision and to her music, as she announced her sophomore EP titled “A Weekend In Maine” is due to release on May 17th, followed by a 30 date, full U.S. summer tour.

Miette Hope

Miette Hope is a 22 year old singer-songwriter and independent artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Her style can best be identified by its poetically honest lyrics accompanied by spatially rhythmic grooves. Drenched in neo-r&b/soul inflections, her songs melt into an embodied expression of her trials and triumphs. Hope’s vocals drive her narratives collectively and precisely, pin-pointing emotional cliffs that are reminiscent of many of our life’s indulgences. Gliding through rhythmic lines that are accented by infectious melodies, this artist carefully crafts an emotional journey will move your body and your soul.
 
She went on her first tour of the U.S. winter of 2014 preceding the release of her first EP, “Expressions” and since then has released 3 more singles, self directed two videos, and collaborated with various producers with a second EP in the works.