Anthony Flammia Debuts Live “Performance In The Sky” Series

April 26, 2019
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Singer and multi-instrumentalist Anthony Flammia has announced a brand new musical series that guarantees musical bliss!

Flammia’s live performance of his single “Pieces” is the first installation of an ongoing series of intimate performances hosted by Sounds Music Group. The experience was Flammia’s idea in order to introduce media, tastemakers, and industry professionals to his curated live show.

The “Pieces” clip finds Flammia in a quaint, fully loaded loft performing his latest single while he plays the piano, which is one of five instruments he has mastered, mostly through himself. The experience shows the audience in awe and joy as Flammia’s musical essence captures the room’s foot taps and “Yeah, that boy can sing” one moment at a time.

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