Sophie B Hawkins


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We have some exciting news directly from Sophie B. Hawkins!

“I’m so excited to be performing for you, and even more excited to offer a limited number of tickets for an after-show VIP experience with me.  

For $75 you’ll get one of my classic CDs directly from my archive, a limited edition greeting card featuring one of my paintings, a t-shirt from my concert shirt collection, and most importantly some private small group time with me after the show. I’ll personally autograph those items for you, and if you have an item in your collection you’d like me to sign, feel free to bring that backstage and I’ll personalize that as well.

Come spend time transcending our little problems and sharing inspirational, memorable times.”

Buy your VIP tickets on Sophie’s website today before they’re gone:

After attending Manhattan School of Music as a percussionist for nearly a year, Sophie B Hawkins left to pursue a professional music career. She got her big break playing percussion for Bryan Ferry, and after he fired her she was inspired to write the hit single, “Damn, I Wish I Was Your Lover”.

Her first album, Tongues and Tails, full of primal, fiery pop, was an immediate success, earning her a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist. Sophie followed that with Whaler, which featured the smash ballad, “As I Lay Me Down.”

More recently, Sophie has displayed her versatility starring as Janis Joplin in the stage musical, “Room 105,” receiving rave reviews during its sold-out run.

Sophie has earned six New York Music awards as well as an ASCAP award for “As I Lay Me Down”. Her music has been a part of major television shows and films such as “Dawson’s Creek,” “Party of Five,” “Community,” “40 Days and 40 Nights,” and “Mrs. Winterbourne.”

Sophie is preparing to release a new album. She has two children and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.