Fans of the Los Angeles Sparks WNBA team will get a rare treat when they attend the game Thursday July 25th game at Staples Center when teen group sensation Identity4Pop performs.
It will be an opportunity for fans to meet the tweens with incredible vocal skills, melodic harmonies, improvisational acting abilities and social consciousness – Identity4Pop.
The three glorious young ladies gifted in singing in three part harmony, a rare skill set in these modern times are yet another star tandem managed by Alex Avant.
Kennedy Stephens and fraternal twins Sydney and Shelbi Schauble make up the group and are unified on stage , but with each girl bringing her own flavor.
Their name Identity4Pop was carefully selected to reflect their identity while the number 4 lends room to include their growing fan base into the mix. Identity4Pop stands for all things pop culture – from singing, acting, school, clothing, technology, social awareness and service.
Identity4Pop are typical “American Girls” living in the world of pop culture.
The group are middle school students who are as serious about their scholastic classes as they are their vocal lessons, rehearsals and preparation for shows.
One of their favorite mottos is “Practice Makes Perfect” and they try to exhibit that in everything they do. They are great communicators with a contagious curiosity for life and culture.
They have put their harmonic spin on songs by Beyonce, Christina Aguilera, The Jackson 5 and Taylor Swift. They are as comfortable singing the National
On Thursday they will perform the National Anthem as well as a special half-time performance at 12:30PM at the Staples Center for the two-time WNBA Champions Sparks
The LA Sparks will be hosting the Seattle Storm in the team’s annual Sparks Camp Day game. There will fun games and contests throughout the game.
Among the songs they perform is Michael Jackson signature “Who’s Loving You” which they feature during shows at school talent shows and in front of larger audiences.
“Singing and performing and living in our Pop culture makes us?feel alive and empowered, because we know with our commitment and determination, we will be the best that we can be,” said Kennedy is a strong lead vocalist with incredible range.
Sydney handles high notes like a real professional and Shelbi sings the middle notes with a sassy style of her own. Each girl has her own identity and flavor, but their unified approach to singing allows them to emerge as a most promising vocal trio.
They are avid fans of some of the most iconic female groups of the past and present, including The Supremes, The Spice Girls and Destiny’s Child.
Their seamless personalities shine when they are acting out scenes from their favorite shows from the Disney and Nickelodeon channel.
Although they are being courted for various television, recording and commercial projects including branding endorsements, they are weighing all possibilities with the professional team who is guiding them on their journey.
Managed by Alex Avant, son of music and entertainment icon Clarence Avant, they are signed to the prestigious Creative Artists Agency and represented by Ziffren Brittenham Law Firm.
The great leadership they have in place, coupled with talent, drive and determination, lots of energy and youth on their side will propel Identity4Pop as shining stars in the pop culture universe.