September 9, 2022 | 8 PM

A Florida-born Americana/Soul songwriter and performer, Kristopher James, can synchronous transition from crooningly elegant falsetto to soaring soulful bellows – as his vocals and melody shine in the spotlight of the stage. In 2019, Kristopher released his genre-arching full-length, “Kindness Never Quits”, which rooted him as one of the most soulful voices in the Southeast – ushering him into position, to support acts, such as Marc Broussard, David Ryan Harris, Laura Reed, Kyshona Armstrong and so many more. Through 2020 & 2021, with humble allure, capacity, and persistence, the Tampa Bay native put the communal angst and uncertainty, into supporting furloughed musicians and recording–releasing 2lauded singles “Never Had To Find Our Way” (Ft. Max Brown of The War & Treaty & Kyshona Armstrong) and “Feelings” (Ft. Mike Hicks of Rascal Flatts), independently. James takes perhaps his most profound steps, recognizing the fragility of life, in making this year one of intention and attention – solidifying his path in a courteous stride of soulful southern R&B impressions, on stage: with rousing guitars, swoonful keys and in-pocket rhythms–as well as off stage: with sincere stories, and recognition of how important community is to our continued growth.