WILMINGTON, MA — Grace Chapel (128 West Street) is hosting a free concert, open to the general public, on Saturday, November 18, from 7pm to 9pm, featuring Louis Apollon and Caleb McCoy.
Louis Apollon is a Boston-based jazz-folk singer-songwriter whose stories celebrate human imperfection, combining uplifting musicality with a soothing, yet energizing vibe that represents his own infectious positivity. His debut album, “Free to Be,” which is due for release in September 2017, explores many emotions and life experiences through short stories and musical conversations.
Caleb McCoy’s “OAK” music is influenced by his Christian faith, experiences of inner city life, and urban philosophy. It puts together elements of hip-hop, gospel, R&B, and contemporary live music and turns it into an experience. Caleb’s album, “The OAK”, or The One of A Kind, and his EP, “The Fall”, are available on all digital retailers. Caleb’s sound transcends the Christian hip-hop genre, as he has performed at churches, schools, bars, and clubs for people of various walks of life. Caleb’s vision for the OAK goes beyond his individual artistry. He invites people into a real and relatable story, welcoming the listener to become part of the OAK experience. Caleb comes to you with his OAK team and his band, putting his story on display and inviting listeners to grow with him. There are many different factors that determine the life of an OAK, and just like the tree, we are all shaped by our own unique experiences. The music you will hear will tell the stories of our lives; “It’s more than beats and rhymes; its One of A Kind!”
(NOTE: The above announcement is from Grace Chapel.)
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