Nyah sings ‘Maybe It’s A Christmas Concert’ (it definitely is)
Tune in to Facebook Live to hear original songs and classic carols from local artist
Dec. 19, 2020 — Kick-off your countdown to Christmas with Florence’s very own Nyah as InRage Entertainment presents “Maybe It's A Christmas Concert” on Saturday, Dec. 19, at 4 p.m.
Fresh off the heels of her debut EP “Disconnected,” Nyah will be performing for her fans in her very first virtual concert via Facebook Live! Join in as she performs live renditions of fan favorites including “Maybe It’s A Christmas Song,” “Flowers on My Grave,” “Slowly Dying” and many more. Plus, in the true holiday spirit, Nyah will be covering some of her favorite Christmas classics.
A national recording artist at the age of 16, Nyah is not letting the quarantine stop her from connecting with her fans. With the help of her InRage family and iTeam, Nyah is performing in her first-ever virtual concert.
In the meantime, Nyah’s “Disconnected” EP is available to stream on major platforms. Make sure to check out her latest release, the Red Hook Remix of “Slowly Dying,” as well as her feature on fellow InRage artist's Alexey's “Coworkers” Remix.
The InRage team can't wait to see Nyah’s fans this Saturday as Nyah brings on the songs you love to hear live from Florence.
InRage Entertainment is a family of multi-genre artists in Los Angeles, Calif. Learn more online at www.inrage.com.
Nyah is a 16-year-old singer/songwriter from the central coast of Oregon. Nyah was in her first musical theatre show at age seven and has been on stage every year since. At age 10, Nyah started singing the National Anthem for the University of Oregon and has performed at numerous sporting events for the Ducks. She is a regular anthem singer for the minor league baseball team the Eugene Emeralds. Nyah sang the National Anthem twice for the NBA’s Portland Trail Blazers to crowds of over 20,000 people. This fall, she sang the national anthem virtually for the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks.
Nyah’s debut EP “Disconnected” released January 2020, which included all original songs she wrote between the ages of 13 through 15. “Disconnected” was mixed, mastered and recorded by Grammy-nominated, Sony/ATV Music Publishing producer, and CEO/co-founder of InRage Entertainment, Bruce “Automatic” Vanderveer.