October’s taping of WABE’s live-concert series to feature Atlanta R&B/soul artists Baby Rose and RAHBI on October 18 at City Winery. 

ATLANTA (9/26/2022)—WABE 90.1, Atlanta’s choice for NPR and PBS, is giving over its WABE presents SOUNDS LIKE ATL stage at City Winery to GRAMMY-nominated recording artist Baby Rose and multi-genre artist RAHBI for the October taping of the station’s live-music performance series. Get tickets to be in the audience at City Winery Atlanta on Tuesday, October 18 at 7:30 p.m. here

Baby Rose is an Atlanta-based singer, songwriter, and producer, whose desire to create art was encouraged by her family at an early age. Rose collaborated with one of her first musical friends in Atlanta, producer Casey Graham, to work on her debut EP, From Dusk ‘Til Dawn. Buzz around Rose’s name began to pick up, with SZA, Kehlani, and J.Cole co-signing her talent. By the time Rose signed a distribution deal with Human Re-Sources, she had already released a series of singles and projects on her Soundcloud, and her debut album, To Myself, was complete.  

RAHBI, an Atlanta native, started singing at the age of three. By his 14th birthday, he had inked his first record deal with Laface Records as one-fourth of the R&B group 4th Avenue. With aspirations of becoming a success and now with the experience of being a signed artist, RAHBI began the rigorous road to solo stardom. He toured both locally and internationally as a background singer for former Motown recording artist Donnie. He quickly became a show favorite and went on to share the stage with some of music’s top artists including Anthony Hamilton, Floetry, Q from 112, PJ Morton, and a host of others. Refusing to be boxed into a specific genre, RAHBI says he is influenced by everything from R&B, Hip-Hop/Soul, Gospel, Jazz, House, and Pop/Rock to movies, television theme songs, and jingles. As a singer, dancer, vocal arranger, actor, and songwriter, RAHBI constantly redefines himself and his music by looking to his musical influences to create a sound that is incomparable and distinctive. 

Built around a desire to amplify Atlanta’s diverse and world-renowned musical community, each WABE presents SOUNDS LIKE ATL concert features live performances from a fresh lineup representing a variety of genres. November’s show on 11/8 will conclude season 2 of this series. Information on all WABE’s upcoming events can be found at wabe.org/events.  


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