Elle Winter, Aja9

Sunday 1/13

Doors: 2:00 pm / Show: 3:00 pm (event ends at 6:00 pm)


Tickets at the Door

This event is all ages

ADV TIX $10 / DOORS $12. 

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Sometimes the path to your dreams can detour down an unexpected road. For Cam, Mikey, Marcus and Jaden – four soulful singers who met on the hit ABC show BOY BAND – the route has become 4th Ave. Where the road leads is far from clear, but it stretches as far as these gifted young artists can imagine.

The members of 4th Ave., who range in age from 17 to 20, each battled individually on the ABC show BOY BAND, with three of the four making it all the way to the season finale. While they were ultimately not voted into the final group, they came out of the experience with a strong bond and a shared love for making music together.

Timbaland, one of the show’s mentors, urged Cam, Mikey, Marcus and Jaden to continue reaching for the stars – without ever having heard them sing as a group. The four were never all together during the run of the show, but behind the scenes they formed a unique brotherhood that has proved as inspirational as the harmonic melody their voices make together.

Even more encouraging has been the response from their fans, who have been desperate for more from these stellar vocalists since BOY BAND went off the air. The group officially launched in January 2018, and in less than a month had chalked up more than 160,000 streams across a variety of platforms, while accruing more than 13,000 followers on Instagram and more than 4,000 subscribers on YouTube.

4th Ave.’s first single, “XOXO” was released just in time for Valentine’s Day, and that weekend the boys performed the song live at the NBA Celebrity All Star Game. Their heartfelt harmonies have also backed superstar singer-songwriter Charlie Puth. They’ll soon be releasing their stunning debut, The Initiation Playlist.

It should come as no surprise that these four have become such a distinctive combination, with personalities as unique and complementary as their voices. Cam Jackson (20) is the big brother, the peacemaker and natural born leader whose unflappable charm brought the band together; Mikey Jimenez (18), the laid-back visionary, open to every idea and able to integrate them into the band’s big picture; Marcus Pendleton (17), the endlessly energetic hype man, the youngest in spirit if not in age and a constant source of energy; and Jaden Gray (17), the old soul, determined and headstrong with musical knowledge beyond his years.

The band’s backgrounds are equally diverse. Cam is a New Jersey kid who studied at the Broadway Dance Academy and loves early 2000s R&B from John Legend to Usher. Mikey hails from California, where his family owns a strong of salons – and he has the perfectly-coiffed hair to prove it. Marcus, also known as K-MARZZZ, is a Michael Jackson superfan raised in the country music hub of Nashville. Jaden is another California boy, who grew up singing in church both in his native Compton and in Marietta, GA, where he spent part of his childhood.

While they were fierce competitors on screen, the four became lifelong friends in the off hours of the ten-week series. While the show’s winners were chosen by the judges, 4th Ave. chose each other. Their bonds were forged during late-night hang-outs in Cam’s room, which became a hub for the contestants, where they played video games, blew off steam, sharing pizza, and singing together into the wee hours. It was in those informal sessions, with no audiences or judges watching, no cameras capturing every moment, that they found the gorgeous harmonies that form the heart of 4th Ave.

The Initiation Playlist will introduce the 4th Ave. sound to the world with eight songs that showcase the band’s diverse inspirations and drive to inspire with their message of positivity and tolerance. Cam, Mikey, Marcus and Jaden have all followed different and winding paths in their lives, but they’ve converged on 4th Ave., together heading down a road that leads to a bright horizon – and beyond.
Elle Winter
Elle Winter
Singer, songwriter and actor Elle Winter is poised to solidify her place as the music industry’s next rising star. The 19 year-old New York City native already boasts a formidable music career since being discovered by Radio Disney at age 12 and regularly having her music featured on Radio Disney's Top 30 countdown.

Spending most of 2017/18 in the studio, Elle is working with a number of high profile producers, including The Orphanage/OAK Felder (Demi Lovato, Alessia Cara, Khelani), Dave Katz (Katy Perry, Train, Gym Class Heroes), Metrophonic (Britney Spears, Cher, Enrique Iglesias, James Bay),and NOTD(Bea Miller). Elle released her first single “One More” in April 2018 and recently completed the first leg of a radio promo tour visiting the NY, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Boston, Providence, Syracuse, Buffalo radio markets amongst others.

Elle was most recently named "Elvis Duran's Artist of The Month" and performed her single on The NBC Today Show. This past June, Elle opened for superstar boyband “Why Don't We” at WIOQ (Q102)/Philly’s Summer Kick Off Concert.  She also represented iHeart Radio as their Instagram correspondent for the 2018 Radio Disney Music Awards and is currently the KIIS-FM/L.A.'s "Next Up" artist. She sang the National Anthem at the Orioles vs. Yankees game at Oriole Park last month and treated fans to a show for the season’s first “Friday Fireworks & Music” concert series.
I am Aja9 and I am 13 years old. I currently have 2 singles on Radio Disney (Heart Won't Beat by Gazzo Ft. Aja9, and Right Kinda Love). I love doing covers and rearranging cool songs. I am BEST known for my cover of Sia's Chandelier because i WON the Perez Hilton Can You Sing Cover Contest. I was 10 years old at the time.
Venue Information:
Rickshaw Stop
155 Fell St
San Francisco, CA, 94102