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Song of the Week: K-Syran's first US tour comes to LA

by John Rabe | Off-Ramp®

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K-Syran, a singer-songwriter, actor, director, producer, and human rights activist, who is performing in the US for the first time. She has a gig at The Mint Jan. 9. K-Syran

K-Syran (like K-Siren) is a Norwegian based in Geneva, but the singer, songwriter, actor, director, producer, and human rights activist is anything but conventional. (Sorry.)

Her tune "Intimacy" was the official anthem of the UN's International Women’s Day in 2016, and she's making her first US tour, with a stop at The Mint on Monday.

Her songs are dance-pop, but our song of the week is the acoustic version of "Broken Smile," from her new album "Smoke in My Veins."

Broken Smile (acoustic)

K-Syran's gig at The Mint (610 West Pico Blvd., LA CA 90035) on Monday Jan 9 at 8:30pm is a free all-ages show. It's part of the Hunnypot Live Event, and she'll be interviewed on stage for Hunnypot Live Radio. The evening starts at 7 and also includes a DJ set from legendary A&R man Don Grierson, Spookey Ruben, Tabitha, and Khlidlike.

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