Not So Silent Night rocked The Fillmore Silver Spring for the fifth year in a row on Thursday!
PHOTOS: Not So Silent Night 2017
Baltimore’s Cardinal Shehan School Choir, whose performance of Andra Day’s “Rise Up” went viral, kicked off 94.7 Fresh FM’s annual holiday concert with a few lively Christmas songs and the cover that made them famous.
Next up was 17-year-old pop singer Whitney Woerz, followed by Swedish R&B up-and-comer Andreas Moss.
Whitney Woerz talked to Dana about being a high-schooler in the music industry, dealing with bullying and more.
The singer opened up to Darik backstage about the inspiration behind his hit single “Stuck in My Feelings.”
Then, Rachel Platten took the stage, performing songs from her new album “Waves” along with her monumental hit “Fight Song.”
Afterward, the Fresh favorite chatted with Britt and Dana about writing the song “Broken Glass” pre- and post-election, meeting her hero Snoop Dogg, and how radio launched her career.
Andy Grammer closed out the show with a killer performance made extra special by the midnight release of his new album “The Good Parts” that he celebrated with the audience.
Watch the singer give Kelly and Jen the low-down on his new album backstage at The Fillmore.
Thank you to all who came out!
Sights & Sounds from Not So Silent Night 2017
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