Prisca with Sydney Eloise at Smith’s Olde Bar

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Prisca with Sydney Eloise Ward
Come to this show and we guarantee satisfaction. :) It’s the end of the year celebration with your favorite Atlanta females
December 28th
Doors at 8
MUSIC starts at 9
Cover $8

Prisca has been singing herself out of the depths of heartbreak and into the act of giving heart attacks on stage in a good way (not literally, or at least we hope you’re ok if it happened). “She’s like a drug, a loudmouth-sweetheart drug that is ok to be addicted to.”

She undoubtedly has a voice and style that is a mixture between Adele, crack cocaine, a sane Fiona Apple, and a sober Amy Winehouse with a bit more soul, tattoos, piercings, and piano. Though her appearance doesn’t quite fit the genre of a Soulful R&B, she mixes just enough badass and just enough rock to keep books in front of the laps of men in the listening audience. It’s a small shock to the audience that Prisca says is much needed within the music realm. “Something I always look forward to are their faces as the song starts…” Responding with a quirky smile about members in her listening audience, “…I guess I like to fool them into thinking I’m just your average punk rock princess.”

With such influences ranging from Etta James and The Beatles to the very outspoken Ben Folds and Elliott Smith, Prisca hopes to inspire listeners to use her music as a tool for gaining additional perspectives on life, passions, and loving intimacy.

Atlanta based and born, Sydney enjoys living here and supporting other local artists. She deeply appreciates everyone who has come to support her and or listen to her tunes. She needs you to help spread her music; so tell your friends, show your friends. Witness the beginning, because it’s going to be a long road.

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