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Born in Winston-Salem, Tia grew up in a multi-cultural household. Her father, Japanese & African American, and her mother, Shoshone, Indian, exposed her to a diverse range of music beginning at the age of 4. Her father would play hip hop's elite artists ranging from the old to the new school and her mother would play the greatest hits from pop & rock.
In the fourth grade, Tia began performing at local talent shows and started taking flute & piano lessons. Knowing the importance of education, she attended Winston-Salem State University, a historically black college and university. Though she took a small break to focus on raising her beautiful daughter, Zoe, she re-enrolled and graduated at the top of her class with a degree in Exercise Physiology.
Tia released her single, “Lotto” and caught the attention of local radio stations, DJs, clubs, and started growing on the internet, which spread her name across the U.S. This also caught the attention of Tia's manager Marcel "Flip" Holmes. " Flip, a well-known music manager, reached out to his friend, Arnold Taylor, CEO of South Coast Music Group (SCMG). In late 2019, Tia Corine signed to SCMG and recently released her debut project "34Corine". This is just the beginning of a great career for the young artist and the best is yet to be seen. '34CORINE' is currently available on all platforms and she recently released "Lotto2 featuring DaBaby.
In accordance with the New York City “Key to NYC” vaccination mandate, SOB’s has updated its COVID-19 Policy, effective immediately:
All guests must present a matching photo ID along with proof of vaccination in the form of:
NYC COVID Safe App
CDC Vaccination Card (or photo)
Physical NYC Vaccination Record
Official immunization record from outside the U.S
Acceptable vaccines include:
Johnson & Johnson
Vaccines authorized by the WHO (if vaccinated outside of the U.S.)
*All SOB’s staff are fully vaccinated
Any guests, including ticket holders, unable to provide adequate proof of vaccination will not be granted entry into the venue.
The health of our guests, staff, and performers remains our highest priority, and we appreciate your understanding as we continue to navigate this continually-evolving situation!
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