A Night of Soul with The SongBird Raven In The Crown July 29, 8:00 pm

'From the age of four, Raven was inspired to sing by her older sister. A native of Sanford, NC, raised in Greensboro, she would practice singing as if it was a household chore, solidifying her abilities in school talent shows, church and school choirs, and later, local bands.

Today, she is an independent recording artist performing under the name SongBird Raven, has been nominated for several awards, has also won several singing competitions, and accomplished much in her young career. She doesn’t believe in boxing herself in, so Raven’s music encompasses all genres, allowing her unique voice to captivate, inspire, and take listeners on a musical journey.

The SongBird Raven is known for performing live with her band SBB, and she had the pleasure of performing with Shelby J. of Prince fame in a sold-out performance in The Crown at the Carolina in 2022. Her two albums, The Soul of Music (2015) and Elements (2018) are complemented by her 2020 single, “Don’t Do It,” and a host of others, available for download on all digital platforms.

With host Jason Tuttle & DJ Rio

Tickets are $15 Advance and $20 At the Door
Ticket Commissions: $3 processing fee plus sales tax

This event is seated

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While masks are still recommended, they are not required, and social distancing is encouraged when possible.

For details on the Carolina Theatre of Greensboro’s health and safety policies please visit our COVID-19 preparedness page.

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The Crown at the Carolina, located on the third floor, started its life as the 1927 vaudeville theatre’s original sign shop, churning out iconic posters and ads for early touring shows and movies. After spending the decades that followed as a storage area, the space underwent its first phase of renovation to open to the public as The Crown in September 2013.

Now a high-tech, flexible performance space, The Crown is celebrated for its delicate acoustics, inviting ambiance, intimate setting, as well as its accessibility to the Triad’s performing arts community. Warm, exposed brick walls, high ceilings, and huge lead-paned windows (original to the building) bring the room its natural, historic, up-cycled “cool” factor.