Keith Ward w/ Eva Sita

November 8th, 2021 7pm   Stage 2


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Keith Ward


Artist and Songwriter, Keith Ward has prided himself on wearing his musical heart on his sleeve. With his infectious piano driven pop-fare, reminiscent of Keane, Elton John, Billy Joel, and Gavin DeGraw, Ward writes music that reels the listener in and keeps them there.

On the tour road, Keith has assembled a who’s who of New York touring musicians to bring the album to life, including celebrated saxophonist Geoff Burke (Harry Connick Jr. Band), Grammy award winning drummer Jared Schonig, Guitarist Hendrik Helmer and Bassist Ian Stewart.

Ward’s growing and even sold-out crowds at venerable New York rooms such as Rockwood Music Hall prove that his recipe and persistence is working as his insightful brand of piano-pop connects with the eyes and ears of those who appreciate honesty in their musical tastes.

For his latest release, coming July 9th, Ward collaborated with Producer/Songwriter, Dan Omelio (Robopop/Maroon 5) on a new single entitled “Rocketfuel"

Eva Sita

Eva is a rising independent artist born in West Africa and now based in NYC. She is the first Ivorian female in history to graduate from the prestigious Berklee College of Music. The singer/songwriter/beatmaker pays tribute to her roots by writing lively Afro-Beat music with relatable catchy lyrics in 3 different languages. The multi-talented artist accompanies herself on 3 instruments, one including a traditional African instrument: the Kora. This global artist won the “Golden Artistic Award” of the “International Revelation of the year of 2019” and was nominated for “the Best African Artist” at the African Talent Awards 2020 & 2021. The performer often referred to as a “stage beast”, has made many National TV appearances in the Ivory Coast. Her latest show was featured in Page 6 of the New York Post and her past work has been featured by many other household names such as the Boston Sun, Afrique Magazine, Vox Africa, and many more. This energetic one is here to represent the young and dynamic women of the continent !