933FLZ Free Show Pre Show

Before you step inside Amalie Arena for #FLZJingleBall, check out the free show pre show on the Plaza! 

 

Bryce Ross-Johnson (born June 16, 1988), known by his stage name Bryce Vine is an American rapper and singer from New York City, New York. Bryce showed his interest in music at the age of 13, and ventured into a career of music in 2011 where he auditioned for The Glee Project. A year later he signed with record label Kiva House Lambroza and released an EP titled Lazy Fair to critical acclaim. Two years later, he would release another EP titled Night Circus, also to critical acclaim.

 

Teenage singer-songwriter AJ Mitchell first emblazoned his signature pop/R&B sound on Instagram, stacking 1.5 million followers after posting covers and original songs that captured his silky vocal style and garnered him fans around the world. But he’s never been afraid to just jump in. Diving into music lessons when he was only 4 years old, the Bellville, Illinois-native kicked off his teen years by sharing clips of himself singing covers on social media. The following year he began posting performances of his tracks, and before he knew it, he had a fan base and a road map to hone his craft and strengthen his own songwriting. 

 

Over the past few years, Madison Beer has grown into herself as the world watched. For the Long Island, New York native, music is what propelled her into the spotlight after she started recording and posting covers at the age of 12, striking a chord with the listening public and accruing a legion of loyal fans that has helped her push her overall YouTube views close to 100 million. As her social media following swelled and she racked up millions of streams, she finally reached a point where she became ready to release music that demonstrates the woman she has become. Now 19, Madison is holding nothing back and letting her music come from the heart.

 

Alex Angelo is a singer, DJ and dancer from Ohio. He started mixing at age 10 using his dad’s ipad. Alex’s family moved and he needed to sell a skateboard rampthat couldn’t make the move. He took that money and bought some used DJ equipment that allowed him to take his new hobby from the iPad to the Technics 1200s. Within a couple years, Alex has opened up for several musical artists including Justin Bieber, Pitbull, Carly Rae Jepsen, Austin Mahone, Hoodie Allen, Jake Miller, and more.

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