with Warren Wolfe, Synead, Matt FX (DJ sets) & free after-party starting at midnight with DJ sets by Boston Chery, Space People & Styles Upon Styles
Fri April 6th, 2018
Baby's All Right
Minimum Age: 16+
Doors Open: 8:00PM
Show Time: 9:00PM
Event Ticket: $10
Day of Show: $14
This is a general admission event at Baby’s All Right 146 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY, 11211
Caleb Eberhardt is Rosehardt – a self-produced R&B / hip hop artist from San Francisco, CA, currently residing in Brooklyn, NY.
Coping with the slow and painful loss of his father to Alzheimer’s while subsequently ending a longterm romantic relationship, Rosehardt weaves a harrowing, humble narrative through dynamic productions that bend genre borders at will. A spell-binding lyricist equally capable of visceral verses and soaring, pleading hooks, his progressive compositions reveal an emotional sophistication rarely found amongst contemporaries.
Rosehardt has been writing and producing music for upwards of 10 years, most prominently as one-half of Quincy Vidal, a New York-based hip hop / jazz group heralded for their live performances. Their 2016 release Chi’ren attracted critical acclaim from Billboard, Boiler Room, and Impose Magazine, and helped secure opening slots for Lion Babe, Gabriel Garzón- Montano, and Noname.
Rosehardt’s solo material offers an intimate exploration of his personal history. His music is rooted in gospel and black folk music, echoes of which coat his recent singles, “Fall Into You” and “Bad Song”, with a weathered rawness. Creating soul music for a generation burdened by the weight of history and a depressingly unchanged present, Rosehardt’s songs are earnest treatises on life in America as a young black artist navigating the throes of modernity.
“My audience is my therapist”, says Rosehardt. But the reverse is also true; while traveling with him, we travel within ourselves.
Photo Credit: Maciek Jasik
Warren Wolfe is a 22 year old artist based in Brooklyn, New York. He combines training in classical voice and choral composition with modern electronic/R&B production to create emotionally transparent and eclectic music. Since beginning to write his own songs in 2015, he has been covered in publications such as Noisey, i-D, and Wonderland Magazine, who described him as “the kind of artist that deserves to be found: a treasure hidden among Soundcloud’s synth-pop hordes.”