Anne Steele and Matt Alber at City Winery
October 6 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm$20
OUT Singer/ Songwriters Anne Steele and Matt Alber are thrilled to play City Winery Atlanta for the first time. What better way to kick off Atlanta Pride then with a night of music with these two incredible artists. Anne comes to you all the way from NYC and Matt brings his Portland vibes to the stage. Anne and Matt have been entertaining LGBT audiences across the world and can’t wait to take the stage together in Atlanta. Don’t miss this ONE night only event.
Anne Steele is a multi-award winning singer/ songwriter from NYC. Steele released her first EP of original music titled What’s Mine, in 2015. Anne is currently on her What’s Mine Tour playing across the country including New York, Chicago, LA, San Diego, Dallas, Palm Springs, Rehoboth Beach, Boston, Atlantic City, Provincetown and San Fransisco. She recently performed along side Cyndi Lauper at the Home For The Holidays concert at The Beacon Theater in NYC for the True Colors Fund. Anne’s brand new single, “Love Can Take Us There”, was released in 2016, with all proceeds benefitting the One Orlando Fund. The single was chosen as the official Provincetown Carnival Anthem for 2016.
“I was transported to beautiful, treacherous emotional terrain.” – Stephen Holden, The New York Times
Portland-based singer/songwriter Matt Alber is currently touring his 4th self-produced studio album entitled, Wind Sand Stars. The album features original pop/folk art songs rooted in melody with vocals reminiscent of Rufus Wainwright, Iron & Wine, and John Grant.
In 2014, Lincoln Center in New York invited Matt to perform on their esteemed American Songbook series which garnered a printed review by The New York Times. In 2015, he was selected by the U.S. State Department as a musical ambassador to Russia, Hungary, Kosovo and to Sudan, Africa where he taught recording arts & sciences to young artists in Khartoum.
Matt’s music has been featured on ABC Family’s series “The Fosters” and “Bones” and he appears on two Grammy Award-winning classical albums recorded at George Lucas’ Skywalker Ranch with the acapella men’s ensemble Chanticleer. He has been touring as a solo artist full-time since 2010 and most recently has begun work as a documentary filmmaker focusing on the stories of LGBT youth & human rights.