Bryce Vine, Natalie Jane to perform at Adrian College spring concert

Posted Monday, March 25, 2024
Author: Mickey Alvarado

Rapper/singer Bryce Vine and singer/songwriter Natalie Jane will perform at Adrian College’s annual spring concert on Friday, April 19, in the Merillat Sports and Fitness Center Blue Gym, with doors opening at 7 p.m.

“This year, we changed things up, just like our students wanted, by bringing in a completely different sound, compared to the country singers we brought in the last two years,” said Anna Montgomery, Adrian College Director of Student Life. “Bryce and Natalie are going to win over our campus and community with their unique styles of entertaining.”

Bryce Vine says his style of play is drawn in equal parts from the bass-heavy reality rap influence of his father, the bright, pop sensibility of his mother, and a childhood spent between New York and L.A. He made his major label debut with Carnival, released in 2019 with inspirations that lyrically reference his favorite sci-fi TV shows, 90’s nostalgia and commentary on growing up in LA, while “fusing the punk spirit of Blink-182 with homages to Tupac and Outkast,” he said.

Bryce Vine saw breakthrough success with his 2X Platinum “Drew Barrymore,” as he spent 2019 on sold-out headline tours across the U.S., earning further hits with the Platinum “La La Land (feat. YG)” and “I’m Not Alright” with Loud Luxury and accumulating more than 720 million streams worldwide with over 15 million streams per week.

Bryce Vine has also performed on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Wendy Williams, The Kelly Clarkson Show, The Late Late Show with James Corden, and Live with Kelly and Ryan.

Natalie Jane says she is all about being honest — even when the feelings she’s plunging into are “murky and unsettled.”

The New Jersey native was inspired to lean into her vocal prowess by the strong women she listened to growing up. After graduating high school and turning down the Berklee College of Music to pursue her pop career full-time, Natalie Jane said she realized her raw honesty was one of her greatest strengths. She believes her willingness to be completely open is why she’s gained such a fervent audience.

“I’m saying exactly what I’m feeling, and I think people can resonate with that,” Natalie Jane said.

On her Capitol Music Group/10K Projects debut EP, the song AVA helped establish Natalie Jane as a galvanizing force in pop, amassing more than 730 million TikTok views, landing on the charts in four countries since its release, and inspiring concertgoers who saw her open for Bishop Briggs and Misterwives to get into a frenzy, yelling the opening lyrics at top volume.

General admission tickets to Adrian College’s spring concert are on sale now for $30 each at

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