Eric B Turner has a voice that sounds like it’s both from the past and future. He is a gospel grown, blues/ R&B/ funk/ and jazz influenced artist whose vocal ability is boundless. A singer and actor of great presence, Turner is the former lead voice of the world famous Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame group “The Drifters”. He has shared the stage training under music legends such as: Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan, Mariah Carey, Demi Lavato, Anthony Hamilton, and India Arie, just to name a few. Turner was privileged to perform at the 2009 Inaugural Ball of former United States President- Barack Obama! In the Fall of 2024, Eric will return to the Broadway stage in the New Musical “Rock and Roll Man” – Playing the roll of Music Legend “Bo Diddley” (Caiola Production).
- Kete BowersKete Bowers is a singer / songwriter born in Liverpool. His music crosses many genres from Country, Rock, Americana, Folk and Blues. His new album is a a deepening and engulfing record that reaches into what feels like an edgier side of folk rock by blending alternative undertones and a touch of tasteful darkness to the music. […]
- Rick TobeyRick Tobey is a skilled, highly regarded multi-instrumentalist (and vocalist) who usually records performing all the parts and playing all the instruments (except where noted). He started playing drums in 6th grade, got his first drum kit (Slingerland Pink Champagne Sparkle) in 1963 and joined his first rock band in 7th grade. […]
- Kari KirklandKari’s debut album, Wild is the Wind, arranged and produced by four-time Grammy nominee, Shelly Berg, is a collection of contemporary songs and jazz standards. Her second album entitled If, When You Go, will be released in September, 2022. […]
- Rob EuropeRob Europe Is a Blues and Americana artist from Long Island, NY. He also acts as the singer/guitarist of the rock band "Foster Europe Band". “My style is very much a rootsy one, I do soft solo acoustic stuff in one place and then you can see me elsewhere with a full band playing my electric entirely too loud,” Europe said. “Anything in between is also possible, but the one constant is that I will more than likely be playing fingerstyle. […]