Living Room Sessions is my love letter to art.
I always tried to “fit in” in spaces that were never meant for me. So I decided, instead of trying to “fit in” why don’t I create a space where unicorn artists can do what comes naturally: STAND OUT.
Living Room Sessions is a safe space where artists can be themselves, network, dance, and celebrate our love for the art.
Remember: Good Vibez ONLY and RESPECT THE MIC!
With a nostalgic ear and a smoky tone, Miss Fay embodies the duality of vulgarity and eloquence. The contemporary jazz / soul artist is committed to uplifting her community through music, advocacy and visual storytelling. Moved by rebellious songwriters like Nina Simone and Amy Winehouse; Fay’s lyrics explore stories of resilience, romance and vulnerability. Fay is equally transparent on her budding self-help podcast, Inner Renaissance, which documents the darkest moments that lead to her bolde
Singer, songwriter, and producer Chrxstal Sarah grew up singing in church and school choirs before picking up the guitar and piano to begin her own musical journey. Born and raised in Los Angeles, the songstress has crafted a unique, indie R&B sound filled with soulful vocals, spacious harmonies, and expansive beats, while also experimenting with different genres and production techniques. Her single, "Starry Eyes" caught the attention of labels Future Classic and Mom+Pop as well as publication
Born and raised in the beautiful US Virgin Islands (St. Croix), Singer-Songwriter Rozee comes from a background deeply rooted in Music. She brings a smooth & sultry innocence to the Stage, and her multi-genre sound sound is somewhat reminiscent of Sade in the early 90s with a sprinkle of powerhouse vocals akin to artists like Tina Turner and Beyonce. She seamlessly blends, Pop, Jazz, r&B and Reggae into her performances. Credits include Ryan Tedder, Leona Lewis, NERVO, DVBBS and Disco Fries.
Recording artist Deavion was born in Anchorage, Alaska on July 7th, 1986. After graduating in 2008, he traveled to Tampa and Miami, and then finally in August 2011 made his way to Los Angeles, CA to pursue a career as a recording artist by the age of 25. In his early career, he opened for industry icons Brian McKnight, Eric Bennet, and Kenny Latimore, and is now working on his next solo album project and will begin touring.