Roosevelt Field is celebrating summer by shining the spotlight on young and local singers. Check out local singers at this year’s Spotlight on Singing event presented by Rick Eberle in North Court on Saturday, Aug. 10 from 12 to 4 p.m.
There will be live music performed by young talent, including a sister quartet from Freeport, Tracy; along with solo artists from Long Island Robert Eberle, Sammi Rae Murciano and other young performers Jenna Rose and Penelope Robin.
“We are thrilled to be hosting Spotlight on Singing at Roosevelt Field,” said Nancy Gilbert, director of marketing at Roosevelt Field. “Spotlight on Singing is a great opportunity for the family to enjoy live entertainment, while dining and shopping. We strive to offer an exciting environment for our customers and Spotlight on Singing is just one way we entertain our shoppers.”
For more information on the Spotlight on Singing, visit www.Rooseveltfield.com.
The group Tracy rose to fame back in 2015 following performances at the Apollo, in which they came in second at Amateur Night and quickly gained notoriety, as the sisters had always sung at family occasions since they were young. However, they officially became Tracy five years ago. The four Long Island girls from Freeport include Sydney, Juani, Tyler and Sincere Williams.
About Robert Eberle
Eberle has been singing for most of his life here on Long Island. At only 13, he began writing his own original music. His debut single, “collect & change.” will be released shortly and will be available on iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, and Apple Music. Eberle is currently training in acting and voice.
About Sammi Rae Murciano
A Long Island native, Murciano has been singing for four years and garnering a ton of praise from audiences nationwide. In her brand-new single “Escápate” the magnetic collaboration with Reggaetón artist Los Vegas brings to life the sentimental romance often featured in Reggaetón hits with an energetically pumping backbeat and laid-back flow that is sure to make it a club favorite. Another single “Dream Bigger”, was released earlier this year and follows a story of empowerment through knowing your worth in a relationship, which Murciano elaborated on saying “I have been broken and I have had my heart ripped into pieces. The hardest battle is what you know in your head and what you feel in your heart. Never settle for anything less than you deserve and choose what will make you happy.”
About Jenna Rose
In 2010, Rose gained media attention at 11 years old with her video “My Jeans.” The Music Video went viral on YouTube with over 15 million views and catapulted her rapidly into the public arena. With this success came newspaper articles, teen magazine interviews and live performances on national television. In 2012 she filmed a music video for her remix of “Walk On By” with the legendary singer Dionne Warwick. Soon after in 2013, she released her original song “Forget You” which played on iHeart Radio, WKTU 103.5 in NYC in the Weekend Top 30 where it stayed for 6 weeks and registered on Mediabase. Rose just performed at iHeart Radio at The Dunkin’ Donuts Iced Coffee Lounge.
About Penelope Robin
Robin is an 11-year-old singer-songwriter from Miami, Fl. She began acting as well as developing her musical calling at the age of 5. Her professional journey began to blossom after writing her first song “Little Bitty Heart” which appealed to young audiences, and in turn, opened many doors in her career. The young artist has a loyal and growing fanbase that she has penned as her “Little Robins.” Her YouTube channel has reached over 10 million views and her social media continues to grow. The young talent has already shared the stage with music icons such as Phil Collins, Karol G, Yandel, and Fat Joe, amongst others. Currently, she is working on new music she will be releasing this year for her fans to enjoy. She is also actively involved with various foundations such as Crystal Academy, 100+ Abandoned Dogs of Everglades Florida, and Celebration of the Sea; engaging, educating, and inspiring others about autism awareness, animal cruelty, and protecting our environment.