The Dinah to host Revry artist Alsace Carcione for closing night performance

With the 28th annual Dinah Shore Weekend only two short weeks away, Club Skirts announces a Closing Night performance from Revry artist Alsace Carcione.

“Revry is thrilled to be sponsoring the Revry Stage at this year’s Dinah Closing Night Party,” shares Revry Co-Founder, Alia J. Daniels. “As the only global queer media network with long and short form films, series, originals and the largest libraries of queer podcasts and queer music in the world, Revry is the perfect partner for ‘the world’s largest girl music festival’. The Dinah promotes living out loud and at Revry we say, ‘Stream. Out. Loud.’ We’re so excited to bring the sheer intensity and high energy of Revry music artist, Alsace Carcione, to perform her dynamic hip-hop at the Dinah Closing Night Party.”

About Alsace Carcione
Alsace Carcione, is an independent female hip hop artist, song writer, and entrepreneur born in Portsmouth, Virginia currently residing in Dallas, Texas. She is best known for her crazy adlibs, witty intellects and inspirational word play. Alsace released her first mixtape entitled The Appetizer before the Meal: B.A.M.F (2009), which was followed by Embryonic Paradigm (2012) and Cryptic Conundrum (2015). Her new album New Normal is set to be released on April 20, 2018 which includes the lead singles Flight and Born Legend. She has also released several amazing music videos entitled Time Travel (2013), Ain’t Goin’ (2014), Black America (2015), Been Grindin (2016) and Flight (2017). In 2015 Alsace Carcione was crowned Dallas’ “DDFW Master of the Mic” by judges Erykah Badu, D.O.C., and Dourrogh. Amongst her greatest accomplishments she also created her own clothing line with the trademark “Be What The Ordinary Fear” which launched in 2014.

Alsace Carcione has an impeccable work ethic which has granted her opportunities to open for artists such as: The Game, Rapsody, Pharcyde, Tech N9NE, Snow the Product, Slum Village, God-Des & She, Luke James, Devin the Dude, Jarren Benton, Bodega Brovas, Pharaohe Monch, Big Daddy Kane, Murs, May Day and Ces Cru etc. She also was afforded the opportunity to open for Joe Budden on the “All Love Lost” tour in 2016. Along her journey, she has performed at various LGBT pride festivals and events: Dallas Southern Pride (2012), Austin SXSW Outlander Festival (2013 & 2014), Seattle PrideFest (2013) and Pittsburgh Pride (2016) and OUT Web Festival (2017). Other Festivals include: Oaktopia Fest, Thin Line Film Festival, 35 Denton Festival, and Boomtown Festival. In June 2015 Alsace headlined and sold out her first headlining show at the House of Blues in Dallas where she dedicated her song Have Mercy to her mom that was suffering from stage four breast cancer, leaving not a dry eye in the house. In 2017 she was nominated for “Best Hip Hop/Rap artist” in Fort Worth weekly.

In an industry filled with sexuality, degradation of women and lack of knowledge or oversight of female hip hop; Alsace Carcione is the epitome of integrity, substance and lyrical talent. Her music embodies the true art form of storytelling, metaphoric intensity and high energy at its rawest and purest form. Her fan base is constantly growing by obtaining respect from fans at first listen and at her attention grabbing performances. Alsace continues to breakthrough stereotypical barriers and walls of doubt in the consistently and ever-changing definition of what being a female in Hip Hop means.

About Revry
Revry is the premier queer digital media network for the inclusive 21st century LGBTQ+ community. As the first-ever global queer streaming service, Revry offers its members a uniquely curated selection of domestic and international entertainment that includes iconic narrative and documentary films, cutting-edge series, groundbreaking podcasts, music albums and videos, and originals. Revry is available worldwide on seven OTT, mobile, and online platforms, and hosts an exclusive linear channel on Pluto TV. Headquartered in Los Angeles, Revry is led by an inclusive team of queer, multi-ethnic and allied partners who bring decades of experience in the fields of tech, digital media, and queer advocacy.
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