Youth Inc.- Freedom Run
Alternative Rock @Youth_Inc_Band
We are an alternative rock band from Paris (France) We have just recorded our first Ep and you can found it on Itunes and all streaming website. It will fit perfectly in the new « French rock made in USA » section. Mixed by Chris HESSE (Hoobastank) and Matt James DOUGHERTY (Airbourne, Alien Ant Farm), this sweet 4 track cocktail will give your strength, stamina and endurance. This one is the debut of a big story, so follow Us and Stay Tuned. Alternative https://www.reverbnation.com/youthinc
Conroe Brooks – Light
started acting and singing as a teenager. At the age of 18, Conroe sang in the R&B group Special Generation (the brainchild of MC Hammer). His first audition landed him the role of Sam Cooke in “Little Richard.” From there, Conroe went on to work with the legendary director Garry Marshall in developing “Happy Days” the musical and ultimately landing roles in several television shows. He has recently returned to his singing roots creating a cappella covers as well as writing original music. “Can’t Take My Love” is Conroe’s second single he’s released so far.
Matt Blais – Set me free
Rock alternative @mattblaismusic
Powerful vocals, electrifying harmonica, and emotive performances are the characteristics that make Matt Blais an artist of high regard. The charismatic songwriter blends rock, blues, and folk to create a memorable balance of spectacle and artistry. He is at home on stage, whether it’s a festival in Canada, a club in Australia. His music has gained acclaim as winner of “The Great American Song Contest” and led to collaborations with Sam Roberts. Blais is a dedicated troubadour in search of authentic experiences and is living proof that hard work and honesty are present in today’s music.
Kelly Cheats – Keep On Smiling
Kelly Cheats is a very active, touring band, performing in live music venues and festivals all over the Central and Southeastern states. The band formed in 2006 in Newberry, SC over a wild, unforgetable game of spades. They combine elements of Rock, Southern Pop, Funk, Blues, and Reggae to form a new age, catchy, head-bouncing sound. The vocal harmonies created by lead singer Trent Dipner, female vocalist Chelsea Warbington, and keyboard player Munson Summer, along with the funky, creative rhythym and bass combinations of bassist Robert Wessinger and drummer Vidal Tapia, set the group apart from most. The addition of Bill Hillman on guitar has really added to the strength and fullness of their sound. His slide guitar play along with bluesy harmonica licks from frontman Trent Dipner has really helped to highlight the bands ties and love of the blues and southern rock. Their first Album release, (Out Of The Patch 2010, Plaugh’s House Recording Studio), featured a mix of all these genres. Currently, the group is in the midst of a 2nd album, scheduled to release this winter. The band has been featured on 92.1 The Palm’s morning show, 105.7 The Source’s live feature show, WXRY Unsigned’s live feature show, Shutter 16 Magazine, and has regular rotation play on many stations around the country.
Union Sound Treaty – Hazleton
If you were to get lost one night and take a few wrong turns, you may find yourself surrounded by steep ridges and dark hollers outside some small Appalachian saloon. There’s also a good chance you’ll hear Union Sound Treaty, playing from within. You’d experience the full band breakdowns that empower an entire crowd to produce a resounding bass beat with the heels of their feet, haunting stories, the whine of a pedal steel, or the touching songs that seem shaped by the very landscape and the people who live there. Made distinctly unique by the powerful, time-weathered voice of singer/songwriter Charles Wesley Godwin, guitar riffs by the classically educated guitarist John Schooley, bass with vintage taste by bassist Shawn Wilhelm, and the steady methodical rhythm provided by drummer Ross Justice, Union Sound Treaty stands apart in a music world saturated by thousands of hopeful artists and bands all trying to “hit it big” someday.
Skylar Autumn – East Wind
I’M A COLORADO NATIVE AND A SONGBIRD ON THE LOOSE. CALIFORNIA BIRTHED MY MUSIC AND AUSTIN IS MY CURRENT STOP. I WAS RAISED ON ROCK & ROLL, BLUES, FOLK/OLD-TIME COUNTRY, AND INSPIRED BY THE ONES WHO PAVED THEIR OWN WAY. I’M TAKING MY TIME TASTING LIFE AND LETTING IT GIVE ME SOMETHING TO SAY.
ReverbNation Link: https://www.reverbnation.com/skylarautumn
Tennessee Tina – Air
Americana Indie Pop California
embodies all the things we think of when we hear the word “Memphis”: Raw, soulful, and trendsetting. She bends and breaks the boundaries of punk, rock, and r&b with a country twang while infusing each with her organic Singer/Songwriter and Americana sensibilities.
Little Rituals – Brother
Alt/Rock band Little Rituals are a new act from Melbourne, having just released their debut album “Black, White & Grey” the guys are keen to show off their new tracks which are a catchy blend of rock, indie, western and blues. The song Brother will be the single off the album with a video in the works to be released soon.
Grace Elizabeth Lee – Like A Bird
Indie Singer Songwriter
Grace Elizabeth Lee is a 17 year old singer/songwriter from Detroit, MI. With a passion for writing from a very young age, Grace crafts thoughtful, compelling lyrics and beautiful melodies that are convincingly beyond her years. Her debut EP “Darling”, showcases a voice that is both classic and modern in its aesthetic, guiding you through a landscape that is at times haunting, and at others a simple exploration of love through the eye of a teenager. Grace recently lent her voice to the song “Best of You”, which is currently featured in a Olive Garden campaign airing nationally. https://www.reverbnation.com/graceelizabethlee1/song/26603416-like-a-bird
Shealeigh -The Party
Pop Singer Songwriter @shealeighdaily
19 year old independent singer/songwriter from Chicago, Illinois. In February, she self-released her debut EP “We All Need To Go Places” via Soundcloud and Bandcamp. A collection of four melancholy stories, “We All Need To Go Places” is a product of navigating self-dependence, and being in between a fresh start and what comes next. At just 13, Shealeigh wrote “What Can I Say”, which was featured on the fourth season of the Radio Disney/Disney Channel program “Next Big Thing” in 2011, as well as the Disney Channel original movie “Radio Rebel” and steadily climbed to the #2 spot on the Billboard Kids music chart. https://www.reverbnation.com/shealeigh