Rising songwriters from Austin and NYC
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Over the past decade, Rebecca Loebe has built a fervent grass-roots following performing an average of 150 concerts per year in over 40 states and 15 countries. Now join Rebecca as she celebrates the 10-year anniversary of her breakthrough album, "Mystery Prize." In this intimate, acoustic concert tour she'll revisit songs and stories from the album that spent ten weeks on the Americana Top 40 chart and launched her international touring career with a European record deal and an invitation to appear on the first season of NBC’s "The Voice."
The message that Brooklyn singer/songwriter Jesse Ruben has been spreading through his music is simple and direct: I can. You can. We Can. When Jesse originally wrote his song "We Can," he had just run the NYC Marathon and hoped to inspire people to start running. As it turns out, his message was meant to be much more universal. A few months after he released the track, a Vancouver elementary school reached out, saying they had been playing it to inspire their students. They asked Jesse to fly in and perform the song for their school, and so began "The We Can Project," which was inspired by the artist's own struggles with Lyme disease and now spreads across North America. Jesse began touring the country, visiting schools and helping students come up with personal goals and ways to give back to their community.