Alison James, Melanie Herrera, and Sarah Juers

Tuesday, May 21 2024 at 6:30 PM


Make sure you mark your calendars for an unforgettable evening as Drom presents a captivating showcase featuring the dynamic talents of Alison James, Melanie Herrera, and Sarah Juers! Get ready to immerse yourself in the enchanting world of indie pop with their mesmerizing originals!

20 dollar table minimum per person is required.
Tickets are non-refundable.

$20 in advance
$25 at door



Alison James is a New York City based singer/songwriter who has a hauntingly melodic voice and an evocative sound that brings freshness to the indie pop/singer-songwriter genre.  Her approach to songwriting involves an honest soul searching and a yearning for depth and meaning, influenced by her Yale education and time spent living in Paris before arriving in New York. James is a classically trained pianist and multi-instrumentalist who is also fluent in French and Italian, and her songs written in French are some of her most streamed and most requested by fans at her concerts.  Her latest EP released in 2023, Theories of Relativity, explores existential questions and stories through her piano-based, digitally-flecked production style, and she plans to begin releasing new music in the summer of 2024.


After overcoming years of self-doubt and performance anxiety, Melanie Herrera emerged onto the indie pop scene in 2022 with a talent for blending insightful, resonant storytelling with contagious pop melodies and diverse indie sounds. With recent accolades that include her 5th single, “Young,” being featured on NYC’s 90.7FM’s ‘NY Slice’ and her music video “Without Me” winning ‘Best Music Video’ at the Paris Music Video Underground Festival, Melanie’s infectious stage presence and vulnerable vocals make her an artist to watch – and a live act not to be missed.


Sarah Juers is a singer-songwriter currently living in New York City. She has several albums and singles out on all platforms that deal with life and faith and everything that comes with being human.