Blues Alley
Blues Alley


Zo! + Carmen Rodgers

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Influenced by a wide range of music genres introduced to him at an early age, Zo! utilizes multiple layers of thick instrumentation to shape his compositions, as demonstrated on his solo albums namely, ManMade and SunStorm. While touring his own material regularly, Zo! can also be seen on stage as the keyboardist and Musical Director for GRAMMY-nominated duo, The Foreign Exchange. In 2014, he completed music work for the Adult Swim animated series, Black Dynamite. Zo! also co-produced The Foreign Exchange's 2015 release, Tales From The Land Of Milk and Honey. Most recently, Zo! released his newest offering, SkyBreak. He continues to emphasize the usage of live instruments and raw emotion as the blueprint for his music while constantly striving to expand his sound with each album release.

Carmen Rodgers and that "Sweet Soul" voice has been around the world. Between touring as a Solo Artist, or as a Singing Partner with Producer/Arranger ZO!, or on the road as a Featured Vocalist with the wildly popular and dynamic band THE FOREIGN EXCHANGE, this Singer/Songwriter is in demand and continuing to make her mark with her music. Her highly-anticipated third studio album "STARGAZER" released in 2015 to critical acclaim, This versatile SOUL/R&B/URBAN ALTERNATIVE album was written & produced by Carmen Rodgers along with other collaborators & producers including Grammy Award Winners S1 & CALEB (Beyonce, Kanye West), DANIEL JONES (Justin Timberlake, Rihanna, Chrisette Michelle) and Carmen's consistent production partner since her first albums "Free" and "The Bitter Suite," ERNIE G (Lalah Hathaway, Dwele).

Blues Alley

1073 Wisconsin Ave. NW Washington, DC 20007

*Please note:
1. Final sale, no refunds, not transferable.
2. $12 food/beverage minimum per person not included in ticket price.
3. Seating first come at the door. Doors open at the earliest of 6 PM & 9:45 PM respectively.
4. Photography or Recording of any kind is prohibited during the performance.
5. Keep conversation to a minimum during the performance.