Cher Lloyd – Tickets – Rams Head Live – Baltimore, MD – April 3rd, 2014

Cher Lloyd

Z104.3 & Girls Life presents

Cher Lloyd

Jackson Harris

Thursday, April 3rd, 2014

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$22 advance; $25 day of;

Girls' Life magazine presents The Spring Fling Cher Lloyd pre-party! Join us at 6pm to start your night in style: Enjoy free makeovers, manicures, giveaways and more. The first 200 girls to arrive will score an exclusive Spring Fling swag bag filled with beauty and fashion must-haves. The best part is, this event is FREE to all Cher Lloyd ticket holders!

Cher Lloyd
Cher Lloyd
An outspoken, determined individualist who has talent to back up the confident attitude, Cher Lloyd has that intangible quality that draws people in, as well as the rare ability to straddle the ever-shifting line between commercial and credible. The notoriously tough-to-please Simon Cowell saw it for himself when Cher was a contestant on The X Factor UK, which led to the release of her debut album Sticks & Stones. Cher was signed by Epic Records head L.A. Reid when the music executive noticed her at a sound check for The X Factor USA, beckoned her over to meet him, and told her she was a star. The next day she found out that Reid had tapped her for Epic, which released the U.S. version of Sticks & Stones with several brand-new tracks in 2012. Now Cher has made her mark in America with the double platinum selling success of her first single “Want U Back” and the Top 10 release of her debut album, she's back with a new album this fall and a new attitude to match.
Jackson Harris
Jackson Harris
While he did attend a prep school in Riverdale, NY, wear a blazer every day and take classes in the 9th grade that you probably didn’t take until you went to college, he didn’t fit in to a cookie cutter mold of the prep-school boy. “I pretty much knew since about 8th grade what I wanted to do. I wasn’t a good student; I just wanted to graduate so I could focus on my music. I couldn’t do my homework – it wasn’t that I didn’t understand what was being taught or being asked of me, it’s just that I would spend my time after school writing songs and learning to play music.”

With a noticeable “ear” when he banged out tunes on a tiny toy piano at the age of three, to being moved out of the chorus to a solo spot in a lower school play, there was never any doubt to Jackson where his career would lie. However, this wasn’t what was expected from a student at one of the top schools in America. Instead of immersing himself in his studies, he immersed himself in music. First it was the James Taylor and Michael Jackson his mother played him, then the ‘N Sync and Backstreet Boys his sister made him listen to (“It gave me a good sense of pop, and melody and schooled me on what girls want to hear.”) and later, the Fallout Boy and My Chemical Romance his suburban friends would introduce him to.

While a good story is in the telling, Jackson made it his business to tell those tales in four-minute capsules. The creation of his songs comes from the strength that motivated him to challenge opportunity. His musicality is the outcome of lessons learned by living a life that is uniquely Jackson. While his exposure to many of the better things was plentiful, he never used it to get further. Instead he infused himself with a complete confidence, he taught himself to play guitar by watching musicians such as John Mayer and Coldplay on YouTube, and got to work.

With his four-song EP and hit singles “Go Crazy,” “Come Back Down To Earth” and newest single release “Gone In A Heartbeat” under his belt, recording artist Jackson Harris is looking forward to releasing a new CD that will keep Jackson fans clamoring to his iTunes, YouTube and Twitter pages. Realizing he can change lives with his music, Jackson no longer stresses out when he’s at parties. “Now, when people ask me where I went to school, I say UCLA – Under the Corner of Lexington Avenue! I went to the school of life. I’m really proud of the work I’ve done and the music I am making.”

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