Danity Kane DK3 with Dawn & Dumblonde
with Special Guest : Glo96, Alus
Tuesday, Oct 02 2018
SHOW AT 8 PM | DOORS AT 6:30 PM
Danity Kane is a multi-platinum, international, chart topping, independent female music group. The group originally formed on MTV's hit series Making the Band and signed to Bad Boy/Atlantic Records in 2005 under the direction of Sean "Diddy" Combs. With radio hits like "Showstopper" and "Damaged," they proved their talents as legitimate industry artists. Their freshman and sophomore albums "Danity Kane" and "Welcome to the Dollhouse" both debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 chart. Danity Kane became the ﬁrst female group in Billboard's history to consecutively debut albums a #1, placing them in the Guinness Book of World Records. After reuniting in 2014 their independent self-titled Junior album “DK3” went #1 on Billboard US top Album Chart. This will be the ﬁrst time in 4 years that the trio has performed together, introducing new music from solo projects as well as coming together performing the Danity Kane Hits we all know....
with Special Guest :
with Special Guest :
Alus is the definition of a true artist. When it comes to her craft, she is involved in all aspects of her career. From writing the music, to recording herself, conceptualizing music videos, dancing and playing guitar and piano, Alus is your complete package.
The Jersey born songstress comes from a bloodline of musicians as her grandmother, a Juilliard graduate, was a successful touring violinist who played with Frank Sinatra’s The Rat Pack. Passing on a scholarship to Berklee College of Music to pursue her music career straight out of high school, Alus proved to be a force to reckon with after showcasing her abundance of potential at an early age.
Alus’ presence started to grow on the internet after releasing clips of her music garnering up thousands of supporters. After high demand to hear new music from her fans, who refer to themselves as the #AlusArmy, she released her radio single “Ordinary Girl”. The success of the record g