Victoria Vox is a ukulele-toting, award-winning songwriter, and performer. With a passion for songwriting, she studied at the Berklee College of Music and took up the ukulele as her main accompaniment. Vox takes improvisational solos echoing the tones of trumpet genius, Chet Baker, solely with her voice. This odd and quirky talent, nonetheless, landed her on The Tonight Show, and on the front page of The Wall Street Journal.
“At its essence, it’s a classic volume of love songs—for broken hearts and open ones—and through it all, her yesteryear style shines.” – Baltimore Magazine
“Vox’s commitment to the ukulele is strong, partly because it reminds her of the city.” – The Balitmore Sun
Doors open 30 minutes prior to show. Ample free parking. Cocktails, beer, and wine for sale.
Guests are encouraged to BYOF (Bring Your Own Feast) to enjoy at our jazz-style table seating, whether it be a picnic basket of your own munchies or take-out from the enormous array of restaurants within walking distance of BlackRock.