Alec Benjamin with Harry Hudson

Tuesday, September 14
Doors: | 8pm // Show: | 8pm
$24.50 to $125
Alec Shane Benjamin (born May 28, 1994) is an American singer-songwriter from Phoenix, Arizona. He has gained popularity from his pop songs that depict descriptive stories from his own personal experiences. He also gained much attention from his demos. In addition, to his solo project, Benjamin has found success in songwriting with artists such as Jon Bellion, including a songwriting credit on the track "New York Soul (Part II)" from Bellion's album The Human Condition. He is heavily influenced by artists such as Eminem, John Mayer, Paul Simon and Ben Gibbard. In 2019, he recorded two singles with Spotify Studios NYC, one of them being a cover of Eminem's song, "Stan."
Harry Hudson is an American singer/songwriter from Los Angeles, California. His sound can best be described as ‘Pop-Americana,’ tying together his folk-rock and pop influences to create a stylized cinematic quality. Hudson was born in New Jersey in 1993 and moved to Los Angeles with his family when he was four years old. Harry developed a taste for various types of music throughout his teens, including the work of Johnny Cash, Eminem, Bruce Springsteen, and eventually decided to pursue songwriting himself. The singer released his first song, "World Is Gone," online in 2013. However, during June of that year, Hudson was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma and set his career aside to undergo treatment. After eight months of chemotherapy, he overcame the illness in January 2014. Harry spent the subsequent year rediscovering his inspirations and got to work writing his debut release. In 2015 he independently released two EPs, The Treatment (A-Side) and Gemineyes. The former featured songs he had written during chemotherapy, with lyrics primarily focused on his experience, while the latter was co-written with close friend and collaborator gnash. Hudson went on to release the "Cry for Love" single via MSFTSmusic/Roc Nation through their Interscope Records partnership in the fall of 2017.