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Due to circumstances out of our control, we regret to inform you that the OLLIE show at HOB Voodoo Room on 4/11 has been postponed to 6/27. Hang on to your tickets, they'll be honored for the new date! You may request a refund if you are unable to attend the new date.
Ollie first emerged on the hip-hop scene after a life-changing car accident sparked an awakening, leading him to leave his athletic dreams behind and drop out of university. It was music that Ollie turned to as a form of therapy. Music was always one of his passions, but not something he seriously pursued until coming face-to-face with death. Ollie shifted his focus to creating dynamic deliveries and engaging lyricism to reflect his experiences — including those concerning overcoming obstacles, facing adversity, and being proud of who you are. This path lead him to become the person he is today – an artist inspiring others using the mantra, “More Than Music.”
With a focused vision, and a clear message behind his music, Ollie’s newest endeavor, a 3-track EP titled, Lost, is setting a promising foundation for 2019. This release coincides with shows in Europe, the U.S. and Canada. Lost, which explores themes of insecurities, paranoia and relationships, adds a complex layer to Ollie’s music, once more highlighting his musicality and fearlessness of being himself, and giving fans something to connect to intimately.
“I get a lot of messages and comments from people talking about how a certain song was able to impact their life, or how they found a form of comfort through my words,” he explains. “I try and spend as much time as I can everyday talking with my fans one-on-one, not just about my music, but on a personal level, something ‘More Than Music’.”
House of Blues - Voodoo Room
1055 5th Ave.
San Diego, CA, 92101