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The fluid combination of DMV native Marianne Khattar's diverse musical foundation and refined vocal prowess has allowed her to perfect her approach to songwriting and find her true voice. Drawing in meaningful influence from her Lebanese-American upbringing, the complexity and substance behind her words are both immediately recognizable and deeply impactful. With a delicate jazz and soul backbone, a passion for R&B and a soaring vocal range, Marianne's work is destined to pull the heartstrings and influence an entirely new generation of young songwriters.
Born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, George Washington University Junior, Emmie Wade, has been writing and performing songs on her guitar for over 8 years. Recently, she's brought her lyrically biting and sonically sultry tracks to open mics at venues across DC, as well as an event held by Tiny Dorm Concerts GW. With influences ranging from Amy Winehouse to Anderson.Paak, her style can be best described as Coffeehouse R&B.
Hailing from California’s Bay Area, 18 year-old singer and producer Adam Gokcebay delivers a unique brand of Hip-Hop and R&B that has earned him thousands of Spotify followers and hundreds of thousands of streams. In 2019, Adam’s star shone even brighter as he released a slew of successful singles, a full-length album, and collaborated with popular dance music artist, Justice Skolnik. After making his performance debut at George Washington University’s ‘Tiny Dorm Concert’ series in late 2019, Adam wants to take stages across the DMV by storm in 2020. Footage of his "Tiny Dorm Concert' can be found on his Instagram.
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