Thursday Oct 26
7:00 pmU Street Music Hall
This event is all ages
Soulful pop singer Max Schneider draws heavily on his experiences growing up in NYC. To stand out from the crowd, MAX successfully crafts music that can make you want to cry and dance your heart out simultaneously. As an entertainer by trade (you may also know him from his role on the Nickelodeon series How to Rock), he often incorporates quirky stage performances with near-acrobatic style dancing. Catch him at the club this fall for this exciting, all-ages show!
***$12 at the door.*** No photo/video allowed. Advance ticket sales end one hour before doors.http://www.ustreetmusichall.com/event/1503163/
2015 was a banner year for MAX -- in February, he signed with Pete Wentz's DCD2 Records and in March, he released the single "Gibberish" featuring Hoodie Allen. The song was one of the selected tracks featured by YouTube for the 2015 YouTube Music Awards alongside songs by Ed Sheeran & Charli XCX, and its groundbreaking music video accumulated over 4.5 million views in just one week and has racked up more than 12 million views to date. Additionally, he was one of MTV's 2015 Artists to Watch Summer Class list, named Elvis Duran's Artist of the Month (June), KISS-FM 's Artist of the Week, performed on NBC's TODAY show, and was nominated for Best Breakthrough Artist and Original Song for the 2015 Streamy Awards. MAX spent the summer on the road as a featured performer on the Boys of Zummer tour with Fall Out Boy & Wiz Khalifa before releasing his DCD2 Records-debut EP Ms. Anonymous in September. In October, MAX embarked on his first headline tour across the U.S., which included multiple sold out dates. A lifelong entertainer, music is not his only talent -- MAX starred in the Beach Boys biopic, "Love & Mercy," as Van Dyke Parks.
Currently, MAX is celebrating the release of his newest album, Hell's Kitchen Angel.
The world officially met ROZES in September of 2014, when she released her debut single, “Everything” to rave reviews. The same year, she was featured on Just a Gent’s “Limelight,” which shot to #1 on HypeM and has millions of listens on SoundCloud. ROZES’ voice is extremely powerful in its unique, light-burning way,” described Hilly Dilly. “And when everything comes together a minute or two in, you’re hit with a wall of sound that will have you instantly in awe.”
Following the success of “Everything,” ROZES released two more powerful singles: “In and Out” and "R U Mine," which Idolator called a “soaring synth pop anthem," and “a great track made even better by the sheer quality of her voice."
After ROZES accepted an invitation to play at Neon Gold’s legendary Pop Shop at Baby’s All Right, the record label heralded ROZES as “falling to earth somewhere amidst the holy trinity of Banks, Lana and Halsey.” Perhaps that’s because ROZES, as she would affirm, writes what’s real, what’s true what’s almost killed her and what’s keeping her alive.
It’s clear that others have begun to stop and take notice of ROZES. The hugely successful duo The Chainsmokers handpicked her to co-write and sing on Top 40 track “Roses.” The decision resulted in a truly infectious sound highlighted by flawless harmonies. Rozes performed with The Chainsmokers at the Billboard Hot 100 Music festival at Jones Beach last August, The Late Late Show with James Corden and on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Rozes has been featured on prominent media outlets like Billboard, Hello Giggles, and All Things Go and received critical acclaim for her early 2016 EP release Burn Wild and her debut performances at this year's SXSW and Coachella festivals.
And now, after a huge feature on “All Of Me” with Big Gigantic & Logic, everything is coming up ROZES.
U Street Music Hall
1115 U Street NW
Washington, DC, 20009