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BELLA BUTTON w/ Kayla Jean Colvin

  • Uncommon Ground (Lakeview) 3600 North Clark Street Chicago, IL, 60613 United States (map)


'Bella Button' aka Isabella Reyes is a young musician, singer and songwriter that has recently burst onto the country/pop scene. Young Bella started out playing piano at the age of five. She switched to guitar at the age of seven, and has not put it down since. Bella sang a song for her father one day and the rest, as they say, is history. She loves to perform favorites from artists such as Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift and Miranda Lambert. She can also rock out to the Stones, Beatles, C.C.R., Janis Joplin, Sheryl Crow and Pink, along with many more. The renditions of the songs she performs live are not only soulful beyond her years, but also true to the originals with a fresh take. Whether you already know the songs or are hearing them for the first time, Bella is sure to impress. She Started out performing at block parties and street festivals all around the Chicago-land area. However, with the love and support of God and her family, Bella has just begun to spread her wings. Currently, Bella’s career is taking off by stealing the show at such venues as the Field Museum, Uncommon Ground Chicago, and The Commodore Grille in Nashville Tennessee. Bella released her first EP “I Got The Light” in 2015 and is currently collaborating and writing songs with seasoned professionals who have opened for big time names such as Lady Antebellum and Band Perry. She is aiming to release new music before the end of 2018. Bella is grateful for all her fans and would like to express a heartfelt thank you to all for your continued support.


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Kayla Jean is an emerging singer songwriter from Chicago, IL. Breaking out from the lead guitar roll in teen rock band, El Stoppers, Kayla adds a bright and fresh voice to the indie/alt rock soaked modern music arsenal. With tender vocals she sings of relationships, emotions and explorations into the heart of human interactions with maturity well beyond her years.

Performing over the last five years in El Stoppers throughout some of Chicago’s
most prestigious rock clubs, including Lincoln Hall, Beat Kitchen, and Martyrs’ has served as the young singer/songwriter’s foundation and launch pad for her inspired new career as a solo artist.