THE BIG PINK
At age 15, Frankie started his musical career as Frankie Boy. Unfortunately, the songs failed to succeed. He went on, signed another contract with Jellybean Benitez and got accepted after an audition for the multi-platinum Mexican-American group Kumbia Kings. After touring throughout Latin America with the group, Frankie went solo.In 2003, he signed with Sony and launched his album “What’s a Man To Do” which sadly failed to hit the charts. The failure did not stop the singer, who born on December 14, 1980, to produce his following album as his self-titled album featuring singles “Don’t Wanna Try” and “Ya No Es Iqual” was soon released in the same year. The album surely opens the road to success, as in 2004, Frankie collaborated in Baby Bash’s hit “Suga Suga.”
Stealth’s song lyrics are disarmingly explosive, shamelessly confrontational, provocatively emotional and spiked with metaphorical expressions.
Stealth ready to share his newly loaded song arsenal Live on the Music Box stage in January at SpringBoard West.
WildEyes is a rock band based out of Los Angeles, California. The band started in 2015 when lead vocalist, Crystal Douesnard, and lead guitarist, Thomas Moore, decided that after a couple of years working on different projects, that they would join forces and write their own music.WildEyes has the catchy melodies of modern pop, while incorporating the nostalgia of the classic Rock n’ Roll we all love.
With innovative and tasteful guitar solos, driving melodies, and high-energy live shows, Wild Eyes is here to create art to withstand the test of time.
and syndicated radio interviews. Drew is a powerful face of The Allstar Nation Tour (ANT), the nation’s premier concert-based anti-bullying program. She has featured at nearly 100 ANT concerts, performing and
speaking to over 120,000 students. Her music and appeal continues to grow, as evident by her enormous global fanbase and extensive list of radio and industry personal who continue to promote her.
LOVE PAST BLUE
Ms Proper began writing at the age of eight under the influence of her poetic mother. She has released three projects, numerous singles, performed in many venues along the East Coast and South, and also landed a performance on one of BET’s most memorable shows, 106 & Park.While briefly relocating to Atlanta, Georgia, Ms Proper spent many days and nights learning the business side of the Entertainment Industry through her mentor Joy Young of J.Couture Productions. It was this opportunity that gave Ms Proper the chance to climb the ropes by entering as an intern, becoming promoted to an assistant, and finally becoming the first employee of the company by signing on as Project Manager where she participated in many marketing campaigns for artists such as Trey Songz, Kevin Gates, and more.
DEAD DAY REVOLUTION
The Sound Of Ghosts
Cuban/American recording artist Halston Dare from Houston, Texas ‘is currently working on her debut album. With a number of singles already under her belt, Halston is already a seasoned songwriter and has spent time working with producers in Texas, Nashville, and Los Angeles.Halston has recently been a featured guest on hit radio stations KRBE 104.1 and Univision 104.9 talking about her single STARS, an anthem for young girls championing gender equality in third world countries through education; a topic Halston is very passionate about. With her Stars For Girls Video and Charity she has aided girls’s education in 9 third world countries. You can learn more about Halston’s inspiring campaign “For Girls By Girls” at www.starforgirls.com.
While most girls her age are focused on their social lives at school and hanging out with their friends, pop and soul music artist, Taylor Gayle is dedicating her time and energy on forging a career in the music industry. She has already performed, live, at some of the most popular venues in the world, has filled notebook after notebook with original song ideas, and has surrounded herself with a team made up of some of the most knowledgeable music industry veterans Nashville has to offer. The Plano, Texas-native lives in Nashville and is now taking her next big step with the upcoming release of her debut EP.
The new EP, entitled Fly Away, drops on October 28th and consists of seven original songs written by Taylor over an eighteen-month period. Those songs explore various themes, including a power anthem about self acceptance, deep family connections, and recovering from broken relationships. Already working and collaborating with Grammy nominated/award-winning producers and writers, Taylor is business-minded enough to understand that a successful career in music requires an artist to be surrounded by the right team and works to hone her craft each and every day.
Ask Julien O’neill how Warbly Jets fits into LA’s music scene and he’ll have a simple answer for you: They don’t. They exist out there in the ether—caught somewhere in between yesterday and today, where massive rock ‘n’ roll melodies brush up against skittish breakbeats, swoon-worthy strings, and laser-guided synth lines.”A lot of LA bands are hung up on what used to be,” explains the keyboardist, “and refuse to realize how forward-thinking music can be when you embrace modernity. We have no interest in writing something solely indebted to paisley and teardrop guitars.”
Roger Jaeger’s reputation precedes him. While it’s easy to be captivated by this Oklahoma native’s smooth vocal tone and introspective original lyrics, it’s the combination of what you hear, and who Roger is as a person, that makes him a must-see.
In 2005, Roger moved to India, where he learned to make the perfect cup of chai. More importantly, it was that year he fell in love with the sitar, after being inspired by a track on Jeff Buckley’s “Grace.” Roger developed a strong devotion and passion for India, its people, and its culture, and the sitar started bleeding its way into his modern Coldplay-esque sound.
While in India, Roger nearly lost his life when he suddenly became seriously ill with ulcerative colitis. After spending some days in the hospital in New Delhi, and then continuing the healing process for several years back in the US, Roger developed a renewed sense of purpose, and his music took on a whole new meaning.
– Dan DeLuca: The best of Philly music, Philadelphia Inquirer”This is f#*%ing me up – it’s SO GOOD! “- Dan Reed, Music Director, 88.5 XPN.
THE CHARLIE ROGERS BAND
Zach Person is a guitarist, singer and songwriter from Houston, TX. His music features bluesy-rock riffs, pop flavors, soulful singing and roaring guitar solos. He recently released an 11 song album entitled, Working On Tomorrow, which covers a diverse musical spectrum. Harry Connick Jr. called one of his performances, “..refreshing to hear” and Jennifer Lopez stated, “..I love your style! You’re super unique..”.
Zach began playing guitar at 10 years old in Southern Pines, North Carolina. Under the instruction of Baxter Clement, he discovered and developed his love of blues and rock music. At the age of 13, his family relocated to Houston and he began gigging with the band, Project X. He eventually pursued a solo career and began singing and songwriting. Over the years he’s been featured on several radio and television broadcasts including the final season of, American Idol.
SHIPS HAVE SAILED
Young Scrap grew up dancing in Inglewood, California where he performed with notable acts like Debbie Allen and Savion Glover until he moved to Maryland. While in his sophomore year in high school, he released his first album titled Puppy Power under his uncle’s record label and in 2008 he signed a recording contract with Universal Music Group under which he released the single “The Melody” which was positively received among music fans.
On September 12, 2011, Young Scrap released the first of his “Music We Can Fuck To” series titled Music We Can Fuck Too which featured guest appearances from notable rappers like Yo Gotti and V.I.C. His Jahlil Beats-produced single titled “Love L.A” was widely received and charted at #18 during the week of July 12, 2014 on the Billboard Twitter Top Tracks. On August 4, 2014, he released a mixtape titled Faded Ambition with guest appearance from Lil Wayne and music production from popularly producers like DJ Mustard and Jahlil Beats. On 20 June 2016, Young Scrap released Trill and B, a project he started recording since 2014. He also revealed to have scrapped over 300 songs in other to get the proper balance in the musical production of the album.
Hailing from the beaches south of Los Angeles, LOST BEACH combines the sentimentality of sun in your face, while pining for the unknown in what we call indie rock n roll. Native Texan Jonny Perdue came to California to further his pursuit in music, finding guitarist and collaborator Steve Stout via a chance encounter while both playing for siblings of two different bands. During his time on the coast, Jonny met Hermosa-raised drummer Davey Latter and bassist Zacc West, also linking up with keys player Davey Allen after seeing his performance at a soundcheck in LA. “Perdue,” meaning lost in French, and the band’s residence on the coast inspired their moniker LOST BEACH. From Otis Redding to Elliott Smith, the group draws inspiration from the sounds of older records and a DIY mentality of self-production.
The band will be releasing singles in the coming months in anticipation of their self produced full length LP later this year.
“The starting point for this album was listening to Wu Tang Clan’s 36 Chambers on repeat in Brooklyn,” says Asher “Also, I’ve slept with the ’48 laws of power’ under my pillow for the last three years.”
The result is six hypnotically subversive songs, with contributions from producers RZA, JP Bowersock (The Strokes) and Mark Needham (The Killers) recorded at Rick Rubin’s house.
Since Faulkner emerged in 2013, the bi-coastal rockers landed an unfinished demo of their song “NY Anthem” in the hands of RZA, the Wu-Tang Clan mastermind, Faulkner captured the hip-hop God’s interest, leading to their first major collaboration. As a result, the track can be heard at the New York Yankees home games last year.