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If You Don't Know Now You Know feat. Manrelic

Joco Shows presents

If You Don't Know Now You Know feat. Manrelic

Kyra Christiaan, THE FOXIES, Albanus Thierry

Thu · October 26, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm


This event is 21 and over

A "Manrelic" consists of a saint's physical remains or belongings preserved for purposes of veneration as a tangible memorial. In this way, a Manrelic honors its predecessors.

Manrelic is Jared Park, a singer, Songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, model and actor.

This Manrelic differs in that Jared seeks to carve his own path. It draws influence from a variety of places, musical and non-musical. There are nods to the larger-than-life characters throughout this past half-century. The synth work fluctuates between dreamy and anxiety-inducing. The drums and percussion pump, bump, and grind with quirkiness. The guitars, at times, cascade around you and then jump out at you like a snarling savage. The bass provides the ground-shaking low-end to fill the music out.

Manrelic wants you to hear something familiar, responsive to its context, but new. Whatever the case, just FEEL something.
Kyra Christiaan
Kyra Christiaan
KYRA CHRISTIAAN- “Though she be but little, she is fierce!” Whether in the unique twists and turns in her life, or in her music, this 5’2” Texas-born Pop singer/songwriter/actress just doesn’t break. She rarely stops talking or singing about life, love, pain or the pain of love and life. She’s a true pop music lover and creator and always grabs more attention than one would ever predict, given her size. It’s the powerful, passionate honesty in her life and her music that resonates. After going undercover for a while, to write and grow, she’s ready to debut her new single, “Up 2 Me” in February, 2017, with a video premier in March, followed by a summer EP release.

It all starts in North Dallas…
Born a unique blend of ethnicities including Native American, African American, Caucasian, Irish and English, Kyra will sharply inform you that “ “Not all mixed girls look the same.” Just moments after her birth, Kyra was life-flighted to Baylor Hospital for her first of many surgeries. Even though she spent most of her early years in and out of children’s hospitals, she was singing and performing in musical theater, on children’s records and in radio commercials by the age of 4. Her family moved to Nashville when she was 9 years old. On her 13th birthday, just 4 months after a second heart surgery, she sang and performed an original co-write for a major label showcase that resulted in her first song placement with EMI, ASCAP/BMG. That song, “Joyride” was on a top charting CD that included a remix. It was featured on Disney Channel, Radio Disney and other pop radio stations and stages around the world and on various additional compilations and remix projects. Her voice can now be heard on the Disney TV/soundtrack/DVD “Shake It Up” single, “School’s Out.” This track gained her a large following of sweet young Disney fans.

Kyra grew up in a music/entertainment biz family, so it’s what she’s used to. Early on, she was heavily exposed and involved in the Contemporary Christian Music industry, but as a young teen she found her way to the pop and R&B music that she was cautiously exposed to at home. She dove into the influences and sounds she truly connected with and wanted to follow and create. “I was guarded from a lot of music and media as a child, but there was always good R&B, Gospel, Motown soul, pop, jazz and country music playing at home. Once I was older, my mom sat with me in our home studio and played all of her once forbidden classic Prince LP’s back to back for me. It felt like home. I’ve just mixed that with my love for the artists I grew up on like Michael, The Jackson5, Brandy, Mariah, Whitney, Janet, along with my love for newer artists like Chris Brown, Bruno Mars, Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry, Justin Beiber, Kehlani, Drake and Kacey Musgraves... I’m a true lover of good, fun music and clever writing. Pop is always moving and mixing it up. It’s either gonna make you smile, scream, cry or dance. It’s gotta do somethin’!”

Kyra has several commercials, film, print modeling and music video credits (Kings Of Leon, Alan Jackson, Nick Carter, Eric Church). She has performed on stages in the US, London and Denmark, but as a singer/songwriter, she’s been in more Nashville and L.A. studios and writing rooms than she can count. She shares writing credits on her upcoming EP with Nash Overstreet (American Music Award winner, Hot Chelle Rae) & Ben Schofield. Throughout her career she has also garnered co-write credits with award winners like Morris Hayes, Paul Overstreet, Tyler Hayes-Biecks, Drew Ramsey, Cindy Morgan as well as new artist James Droll and production teams- HOT RUSH and BOY GENIUS.

The upcoming EP marks a new beginning for Kyra Christiaan. “I’m ready now, because I’m comfortable with my story, it’s time and I’m bored with being quiet.”

Favorite quote- “Everyday I feel is a blessing from God. And I consider it a new beginning. Yeah, everything is beautiful.” ~Prince.
Bouncing from Charlotte, NC, to Bushwick, Brooklyn...front girl Julia Lauren set up camp in the desert sands of Phoenix, AZ and created The Foxies. Having strong influences of Billy Idol, Blondie, and The Cure, Julia Lauren adds glam pop from the early 80’s to the modern indie scene…unleashing an edgy eargasm of vintage revival. With hypnotic low guitars, groovy bass and drum pockets, light-airy keys and quirky vibrato vocals, The Foxies will make a bed in your head with their contagious hooky tunes.
Finally settling (for the time being) in Nashville, TN, the members have released their highly anticipated EP "Oblivion."
Albanus Thierry
Albanus Thierry
Albanus Thierry’s passion for art started at a very young age. His inspirations include; Selena, Prince, Michael Jackson and Diana Ross to name a few. The Nashville native is a guitar player and song writer, with the spirit of Music City deep in his heart. Albanus has toured internationally with his prior project Contagious; As well as throughout the US with other artists like Kenny Olson (formerly of Kid Rock, Whitney Houston and Mary J. Blidge). Albanus has recently released his first single, LTB (Lions, Tigers & Bears) as well as his most recent track, LOTUS. These two videos have courageous visuals that are both captivating and inspirational. They are both available on all music platforms as well as VEVO and YouTube. Right now, Albanus is hard at work on his highly anticipated freshman album, which his producers are calling “a new sound”
Venue Information:
The High Watt
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203