Citizen Cope Brings Soulful Tunes to the Aztec Following New Album

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SHORE FIRE MEDIA
  • Shore Fire Media
Citizen Cope’s new album Heroine and Helicopters continues to blend elements of hip-hop, blues and rock furthering the rap-songwriter amalgam that’s won him a loyal following over a 17-year career. While Cope’s voice carries a bluesy, almost Americana grit, there’s enough true soul in his delivery to make it stand apart.

The Memphis-based artist continues to carve out his own lane, neither too far in the musical mainstream nor too far underground. Instead, he continues to confidently craft a sound that is wholly and completely unique.



$29-$80, Sat June 15, 7pm, The Aztec Theatre, 104 N. St. Mary’s St., (210) 812-4355, theaztectheatre.com.

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