Rissi Palmer made her mark in country music with her hit singles from her 2007 self-titled debut album “Country Girl” and “Hold On To Me,” which climbed the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart to Nos. 54 and 59, respectively. This feat made her the first African-American woman since Dona Mason in 1987 to chart a country song.
Multi-instrumentalist Anna Sentina began her love music at an early age beginning on the piano at age eight, then onto guitar at 12, and finally the bass at 13. Influenced by metal bands that were favorites of her Mother, she took to learning more about music and performing with a band by enrolling at the local School of Rock where she quickly excelled and became one of their All Stars having the opportunity to tour the West Coast with other School of Rock students performing songs played during Woodstock. She would later go on to attend the famed Musicians Institute in Hollywood, California where she studied bass guitar.
Dina Regine can strum a guitar, click a camera, and spin a record. This multi-talented woman from New York has been involved in music since a very early age being heavily influenced by legendary artists from the blues, rock and roll, and soul music of the ‘60s and ‘70s which can be heard on last album Right On, Alright.
Sisters from the small town of Calhoun, GA outside of Atlanta have been experiencing great strides in their music over the last decade. Originally called the Lovell Sisters as a trio with older sister Jessica, the sisters later regrouped in 2010 as Larkin Poe (made up of Rebecca and Megan Lovell), a named steeped in history based on their great-great-great-grandfather, who was a distant cousin of Edgar Allan Poe.
Sarah Charness, a violinist since the age of four, captivates audiences with her vivacious performances and the vibrant sound of her trademark hot pink, six-string electric violin. Her unique musical style - the fusion of classical, pop, and electronic dance music - has thrilled fans around the world. She has toured North America as a soloist with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra and has opened for Maroon 5, Diana Ross, Neyo, Flo'Rida, and Jennifer Hudson.
Listing Sharon Isbin’s achievements, awards, concerts, and recordings would exceed any reasonable word count. Suffice it to say that her media bio is almost three pages long, each paragraph filled with names, dates, places, and more, all tracing a...
Following the successful release of volume one of their series Whiskey & Wine, Antigone Rising recently released volume two which Kristen Henderson says, “the songs have gotten much more personal, the productions a little more elaborate. These songs all have something to say.”
Singer, songwriter, guitarist, Hannah Miller, will release her self titlled album this week The album was recorded at Nashville's Sputnik Sound with producer Mitch Dane.
Fireflight, the Christian rock band from Orlando, FL, is set to release their fifth album titled INNOVA next week on May 5th, which was funded through a successful PledgeMusic campaign, just in time to celebrate the band's 15th anniversary. The album will be released independently through The Fuel Music and features writing and producer credits by Geoff Duncan (Rapture Ruckus), Rusty Varenkamp (whose accolades include four Grammy-nominated albums), Joshua Silverberg (Thousand Foot Krutch, tobyMac) and Kipp Williams (Newsboys, Mandisa).
Born and raised in Fort Collins, Colorado, the multi-talented members of SHEL developed a passion for music at an early age, growing up with a professional songwriter father and an artist mother. All four sisters are classically trained musicians who began playing in church, and then in their father’s bluegrass band, before setting out on their own. Working with Grammy-winning producer Brent Maher, they released two EP’s, Try to Scream and When the Dragon Came Down, and a full-length album, Paint My Life .