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30 Vice: Jordan, Massiel, Erie

Friday, May 08 from 7:45 - 8:45 pm

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It’s an honor to have Jordan, Massiel and Erie perform with us once again!

Soulful, stylish, energetic, and unique – these are just some of the words used by fans to describe 30Vice. A band consisting of a multi-national lineup of talented musicians, 30Vice combines its cultural influences to create a one-of-a-kind sound with a South Florida flare. Drummer, Erie Rodriguez, started the band out of Miami, Florida, in 2013; it was the result of a group of friends, with amazing musical talent, coming together to “jam.” Living room “jam sessions” quickly led to requests to take the party onstage – the result: 30Vice.

Massiel Nistal
Massiel was born in Havana, Cuba. Singing from the age of 9, Massiel has earned international recognition by winning various vocal competitions. One such competition was “Yo Canto”, a TV reality show in Puerto Rico, where she finished among the top ten contestants. In Spain, she competed in the “Universong” music festival and won first place. Her musical influences are Beyoncé, Celine Dion and Laura Pausini.

Jordan Fernandez
Jordan was born and raised in Miami, Florida. He began his musical career in 2009, competing on several local Hispanic singing television shows. In 2011, he appeared on the hit NBC show “The Voice”. In 2016, he was featured on the track “Encuentra Tu Lugar”, from El B’s Latin Grammy Nominated Album, “Luz”. Jordan brings a rich, soulful sound appealing to a variety of audiences in English and Spanish. His musical influences include Ed Sheeran, The Script, and One Republic

Erie “Erod” Rodriguez
Erie began playing professionally in 2012. He grew up with various music influences ranging from Rock & R&B to Freestyle & Disco. Erie is the proud son of Latin percussionist and recording-artist, Elio Rodriguez. His musical favorites include The Police, Earth, Wind and Fire, Rush, Van Halen, Hall and Oates, and A Tribe Called Quest.