“Love Like This”
Dance Party & Show
February 13, 2016 8pm -12am
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“Love Like This…” EVE SOTO & The KnapperTime Players R&B Exclusive feat. MacSings McLaughlin & Debbie Knapper w/ Opening Act LAW
July 11, 2015
Show Times @ 7pm & 9:30pm Doors Open @ 6pm & 9pm Tickets $20 in advance, $25 day of show –
When performing, use your voice and your technique to present the SONG, do not use the song to present your voice.
A Rhythm & Blues Journey EVE SOTO & The KnapperTime Players A Tribute To R&B Icons Of The 70s – 90s Rescheduled from 7/20 All tickets will be honored Opening Act: SPEAKERBOX August 17, 2014 Showtime @ 6pm Doors Open @ 5pm Tickets $25 in advance, $30 day of show
Eve Soto’s is a highly sought vocalist. Her smooth sultry flow will please your inner core body and soul. Her graceful vocal style is dynamic, timeless and yes you need it to be a part of your CD/Mp3 collection.
Her professional music conquest includes collaborations with Crave Records (owned by Mariah Carey, Universal records, Sony records, (Various independent record labels), American Idol Contestants (Travis Orlando & Ashley Flow, Vocal coach to Broadway stars Jennifer Mollet “The Color Purple, coached pageant winners Miss Teen N.Y. 2007- Jazmyn Lyttle – Hylton and Miss Teen N.Y. 2009 – Jessica Aponte. She work with artist such as Dave Hollister, Case, Evette Michelle, Vocal produced “Knockoff” -Angelica Salem (AMS Records) feat. Lil Kim.
At the present Eve Soto is working on Her New Album with Producer Joe Wize of Indiggo Child Records (www.indiggo.com). Her EP soon to be released in Summer 2012.
Eve is the creator of the ReadyToSing (www.readytosing.net) voice lessons and vocal exercise program. This multiple CD collection is distributed by Itunes, Amazon and other digital distributors.
Once the listener is engaged, in one of Eve’s musical musings, the premise starts to reveal its intent with the promise of more.
With such a grand ability one has to ask “is the writing in the storytelling or is the storytelling in the writing?”