and introducing Cameron McCloud
$15.00 ADVANCED // $18.00 DAY OF SHOW
Masks are required and must remain in place unless eating or drinking.
ABOUT ANGÉLICA RAHE
ANGÉLICA RAHE (pronounced “ray”) returns to the limelight after a pandemic that put a pause on her emerging career as an artist that garnered her comparisons to Solange and Sade. Angélica has an artistic journey that truly spans the globe; her music and art reflects her journey of femininity, sensuality, and self-love. Here is what has been written about her debut album, REINA:
“Rahe capitalizes on her rich collection of musical influences delivering scintillating compositions that infuse everything from traditional Spanish flamenco to soul and contemporary R&B.” – Austin Monthly
“Much like Solange, Rahe’s music doesn’t resemble the packaged, made-for-radio R&B of today. “Como Yo” and “Templo,” two singles from Reina, are velvety and seductive, like a Sade record you can’t stop listening to even after 20 years.” – The Dallas Morning News
“We are treated to entrancing cascades of guitar, Spanish poetry whisper sung over lush and lovely soundscapes and a sensual vision of femininity at its most powerful.” – Austin American-Statesman
ABOUT CAMERON MCCLOUD
Cameron McCloud is a Dallas-based rapper-singer who Dallas Observer recently wrote, “might be Dallas’ most ambitious artist.” Raised in the Dallas area, McCloud ranks Erykah Badu, Outkast and legendary Houston rapper Bun B among influences (the latter of whom he’s recently collaborated with). McCloud’s verse on Angélica Rahe’s song, “Como Yo,” led to a collaboration for the duo that makes up Cure for Paranoia’s upcoming October album “7 Days in the Life” consisting of seven new tracks featuring McCloud’s lyrics / vocals on Rahe’s soulful beats.