Jenae Cherry Brach grew up singing and performing at both school and church and at 17 her family pitched in to buy her very first guitar. Jenae dedicated every waking minute to diligently learning to play, while being heavily influenced by the sound and style of Sara Bareilles. In high school she auditioned and secured a place in the Madrigal acapella choir. The group toured and performed in Ireland during her senior year and to this date, it remains one of Jenae's most treasured performance experiences anywhere.
Throughout the summer, the Orioles invite fans to enjoy performances from a cross-section of emerging and established artists on Friday evenings as part of the club's new Friday Fireworks & Music at America's Ballpark series. Following each Friday night game at Oriole Park from June through September 14, the Orioles will host a postgame, on-field musical performance followed by a spectacular fireworks display.
Friday Fireworks and Music Upcoming Schedule
Renee Blair is an independent country recording artist, originally from St. Louis. Blair has spent the past few years in Nashville writing and honing her sound and in 2016, she signed a publishing and production deal with Nashville-based company SMACKSongs. Over the last year, Blair has been writing and recording for her forthcoming EP, executive produced by GRAMMY Award winning producer / songwriter Shane McAnally. Blair will release her first digital single "Gotta Quit Drinkin," on 7/13 co-written by Blair, Matt McGinn and Kylie Sackley; available everywhere digitally.
Singer/Songwriter/Philanthropist Gracie Schram hails from Kansas City, but her music has taken her around the world performing in London, Sweden, China and more. Schram's indie pop sound continues to win her new fans on tour, opening for artists including David Archuleta and Ingrid Michaelson. Schram's latest release, Dear Fall, hit #2 on iTunes and lead single, Anywhere You Go, was played on Sirius XM The Pulse. Gracie's career is firmly rooted in her humanitarian spirit. Since her debut album, she has raised nearly $50,000 to build an orphanage in Haiti, two fish ponds in Africa and a home in Colombia. Overall, her mission is to change the world through the power of music.
Jaden Michaels is an American born country singer, songwriter and musician. During her career as a songwriter, she has collaborated with some of pop music's biggest stars including Jennifer Lopez, Demi Lovato, Carly Rae Jepsen, Robin Thicke, Jordin Sparks, Lea Michele, and Naya Rivera. In 2009, her song "Love Game" became a triple-platinum hit for Namie Amuro in Japan. Michaels songwriting work on Carly Rae Jepsen's album "KISS" also received a 2013 Juno Award for "Album of the Year."
Singer, songwriter and actor Elle Winter is poised to solidify her place as the music industry's next rising star. The 18-year-old New York City native already boasts a formidable music career since being discovered by Radio Disney at age 12 and regularly having her music featured on Radio Disney's Top 30 countdown. With her new management team led by David Nathan, a 25-year veteran of the music industry (Taylor Swift, Florida Georgia Line, The Weeknd, Ariana Grande), Elle is now ready for the next chapter of her journey.