Empress Theatre and Boookem Dano Present: Kimie Miner and Tenelle
Wednesday, December 6, 2017 @ 8:00 pm| $20
VIP Add-on Tickets
VIP Catered Dinner at 6PM
Special Holiday VIP Package Add-on: VIP Dinner Package can be added to any seat while they last for an extra $25 (Only 50 available).
Special Sound Check Performance, Personal Meet and Greet, Photos with Kimie and Tenelle, Autographs, Merchandise Discounts, Hawaiian BBQ Dinner, and Premium seating in Orchestra Section.
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Doors open 7PM | Show starts at 8PM
$20 Online | $25 Box Office and Phone
Singer-songwriter Kimié (pronounced Kim-mi-Yay) Miner manages to create an inimitable musical style that dresses the listener in a flowing mu’umu’u on a cool beach, easily mistaken for paradise. Growing up on an island surrounded by the ocean was a formative experience for Kimié, and an experience that can be distinctly heard through her work. Her melodies embody a loose, down-to-earth feel, and her lyrics create a universal imagery that transcends ethnicity, gender, age, and musical genre.
Love is in the air as well as in digital format! Love is still the most popular subject for songs no matter what genre you’re in to, so it’s fairly easy to pick out a handful of tunes to put together into a special”For The Lovers” playlist. You may have said the three magical words ‘I Love You’ a thousand times before, but on this special day, you’ll want to say it again with the brand new track titled “For The Lovers” from the R&B, soul and reggae songstress Tenelle playing in the background.
…on this special day, you’ll want to say it again with the brand new track titled “For The Lovers”
Tenelle is releasing the title track from her debut album today, however the new album is slated for release this March 3rd, 2017 and will feature guest appearances from producer and song writer Chazrox, and pioneer of the Pacific Island sound, Fiji.
Tenelle isn’t exactly sure of when her love for singing first started, but suggests that “growing up in Carson CA, with a big family, where talent shows are more competitive than the X-Factor itself.” As a child, Tenelle recalls listening to artists such as Lauryn Hill, Betty Wright, and Joss Stone, while watching films such as the original Sparkle, dreaming of the big stage. Years later she would find herself on that stage performing her #1 hit singles “Flava” and “Get Some” in front of hundreds and thousands of people all over the world including Japan, New Zealand, Australia, the Pacific Islands, and the U.S.