We had the pleasure of chatting with Charlie Vox, lead singer of Random Acts of Charlie just before her first show at SOB’s in New York. SOB’s, Sounds of Brazil, is a famous venue that is known for its support and spotlight on Indie and upcoming artists. This showcase was Charlie Vox’s first time performing with a live band in New York City. We asked her about her experiences on tour, plans for the future, musical dreams and so much more.
Cinnamon: Please tell us about your experiences on tour with Estelle.
Charlie: Being on tour was eye opening. It was a lot of work. It taught me about Estelle’s work ethic.
“The grind never stops. I can’t wait to be in the spot light.”
Cinnamon: Your music utilizes some iconic samples, namely Sylvia Striplin’s “You Can’t Turn Me Away” and Rodriguez’ “Sugar Man”, used by Junior Mafia and Nas, respectively. Are you a music connoisseur?
“I love Hip Hop Music.”
Cinnamon: Describe your style in one word.
Charlie: Retro Nouveau
Janine: Would you like to share something the audience doesn’t know about you?
“If you’re an artist and you’re true to your craft you have to share who you are so that other people can relate to you”
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