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Dorothy Leigh

Dorothy Leigh

The release of “A Second Chance” introduces the music world to Dorothy Leigh, a Grammy Nominated and powerful, highly respected Singer/Recording Artist with a soulful voice, very expressive style, and ability to interpret lyrics in a meaningful and heartfelt way. Ms. Leigh’s debut work captures the essence of her amazing talent and reflects the emotional depth and breadth of her life-altering journey. “Dorothy’s style of music is a unique blend of Jazzy R&B, ”Rayvon Singleton, A&R of Whitley Productions says. "She has the hottest, freshest sound of Jazzy R&B today!" "Ms. Leigh has gone where no ...

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Michael Moon

Michael Moon

Michael Moon is an international musician, composer and performer from Toronto, Canada, specializing in the power sound has to heal and transform. From meditation and relaxation music to inspiring pop music and shamanic rock and roll, Michael Moon's music crosses the boundaries between genres and worlds creating a tantric bridge between heaven and earth, a living temple of sound. This site includes information on the healing power of sound, free mp3 downloads, real audio streaming, secure online shopping for CD sales, as well as information on Michael Moon and his upcoming performances and projects. Michael ...

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Elaine Silver

Elaine Silver

Elaine Silver has a voice you'll never forget. It has been described as stunningly clear and fine, magnificent, rich and supple. She sings a cappella or accompanies herself on guitar and (sometimes) banjo, and has performed in concert for hundreds of thousands at colleges, festivals, churches, clubs and children's events throughout North America and Europe. She was featured nationally on The Wisdom Channel and on New Jersey Network's award-winning television program State of the Arts. Elaine is the recipient of a Garden State Music Award for Outstanding Folk Performer, and has appeared in concert with ...

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John David Schrader

John David Schrader

Songwriter - Composer - Multi - instrumentalist - Producer - Engineer. That's a lotta hats for one head but John David Schrader loves wearing each one at the right time! With 3 CD releases under his belt;  From Discontent, Blood In The Wood and his 2011 release Daylight Crashing, John is now working on his 4th self-produced CD! All while writing and recording instrumental scores for TV/Film and being out on the road with his slammin' band JSB - John Schrader Band! John was born and raised in Kingston, NY, a small city 90 minutes out of ...

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Rhett Davis

Rhett Davis

Rhett was born in England, immigrated to Canada and grew up in the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia. He was lead singer and front man for a local group “THE WINMEN”. They recorded a regional hit “A Nickel Piece of Candy” and played major venues in British Columbia and Washington State. After long time school buddies went their separate ways, Rhett joined a well-established Toronto nightclub act, “THE HILITES” that performed in major venues, conventions, lounges and television in US, Europe, The Mid- East and Canada. When the HILITES disbanded, Rhett returned to Nashville where he ...

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Patrick “BlueFrog” Ellis

Patrick “BlueFrog” Ellis

Front man Patrick “BlueFrog” Ellis of San Diego, California, has been performing for audiences around the globe since 1997. As a Navy Frogman stationed in Germany – Patrick earned the nickname “BlueFrog” while playing the local expat joints. In 2000 Patrick Ellis returned to San Diego and with Alan Adamson formed the original “BlueFrog and Company” as the Tuesday night House Band for “Buffalo Joes” in the Gas Lamp quarter of downtown San Diego. The band hosted one the most respected Blues Jams in the San Diego area. The Band appeared on the NBC “Good-Morning Show” and ...

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Dave Undis

Dave Undis

Dave Undis Country Music songwriter in Nashville, Tennessee Partners: Chip Nietfeld, singer-songwriter in Franklin, Tennessee and Dave Crowley, singer-songwriter in Honolulu, Hawaii Check out:    www.americansongspace.com/DaveUndis/

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Elizabeth Geyer

Elizabeth Geyer

Elizabeth describes writing and performing her own music for the first time as ‘finally coming home’. Her talent stands apart from other artists simply because of her incredible diversity as a vocalist, pianist, trumpet and flugelhorn player and last but not least composer. Her unique style of Jazz sets a new direction while her hands on approach to song writing, recording, production and performance has allowed her passion to be expressed and connect to her audiences with an understated passion and warmth. For many years Elizabeth performed and recorded in bands, often the solo chair ...

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Brian Collins

Brian Collins

Brian Collins (born October 19, 1950 in Baltimore, Maryland) is an American country music artist. Between 1973 and 1974, he recorded two albums for Dot Records. In that same time span, he charted three Top 40 singles on the Billboard country charts. His highest-charting single was a No. 10 cover of Jack Greene's "Statue of a Fool." Check out: www.briancollinsmusic.net/

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John Adorney

John Adorney

John Adorney is an award-winning composer and producer whose six solo CDs, Beckoning (1998), The Other Shore (2002), Waiting for the Moon (2004), Trees of Gold (2006) and The Fountain (2009) and The Fire in the Flint (2012) have garnered glowing reviews from around the world. In August of 2010, John, along with vocalist Daya and special guest Marcel Adjibi, performed the music from the first five of these CDs live in concert in Thousand Oaks, California. John Adorney and Daya LIVE! In Concert was released as both a DVD and as a CD. In addition ...

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Darlene  Koldenhoven

Darlene Koldenhoven

Darlene  Koldenhoven is a GRAMMY®Award winning recording artist with three Grammy nominations, known worldwide for her featured soprano solo “Aria” in Yanni, Live at the Acropolis. Darlene's classical crossover CD's Infinite Voice, #1 on the Radio Charts and #2 for the entire year of the Top 100 Airplay for 2007, and Heavenly Peace, her acclaimed Christmas CD, which debuted at #2 on the radio charts, both won a 2007 Lifestyle Music Award for Best Vocal Album and Best Holiday Album, respectively, as voted by Broadcasters worldwide. Darlene's seventh album, Solitary Treasures (10/10/11), debuted at #5 ...

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Rob Anthony

Rob Anthony

Singer, songwriter Rob Anthony believes the true measure of a successful artist is reflected in what he gives back to his community. Through his words & music, Rob is able to arouse interest and raise awareness for a number of different causes. ‘Down the Road’ – a tribute to the men and women in the trucking industry, is a prime example. Anthony’s lyrics paint a vivid picture of Americana and the struggle truckers face to keep this world moving day-to-day. Anthony’s desire is to increase appreciation for an industry that is often times overlooked. Anthony’s soulful ...

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Howard Shapiro

Howard Shapiro

Howard Shapiro, songwriter and recording artist, has spoken out through his music addressing social, environmental and cultural issues. His music career began in 1975 when he began writing about the struggle of the native Hawaiian people for their land and cultural rights.  This soon expanded to include songs with themes concerning environmental protection, world hunger, poverty and human rights. In 1977 he and songwriter Michael Joao created the musical group,`Aina (Land). In 1978 they released their first recording entitled Greenpeace: To Save the Whales/A Shift in the Wind. This was a benefit record for Greenpeace and ...

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Dina Preston Band

The Dina Preston Band has performed over 20 Armed Forces Entertainment, Department of Defense, MWR and U.S. Embassy Tours representing Arizona and the United States as "Ambassadors of Goodwill" in over 32 countries,including a recent trip tour to South Korea to provide “Music from Home” for our troops and families stationed abroad. The group has 20 years of performing experience for corporate giants such as Western Association of Food Chain Inc., Phoenix Suns, Sony, Motorola, Micro-soft, BMW, Sky Harbor Aviation, and Meeting Professionals International. Other Arizona highlights for the Dina Preston Band include the Super ...

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Jenny Jarnagin

Jenny Jarnagin

With her pure and silky vocals, Jenny traverses a path towards fulfilling her lifelong dream of sharing her music with the world, proving that no matter what life may throw, she continues running towards her destiny. Painting vivid pictures of happiness, heartache, setbacks and fresh starts, Jenny’s current project, Party On The Pier, highlights her sharp piano skills and unyielding confidence, opening up her world to her listeners. Channeling the likes of Randy Newman and Tori Amos, this Canadian songstress gets her influences from her love of Classical composers, Big Band Jazz, Blues and classic 70’s ...

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Honey Dawn Karima

Honey Dawn Karima

Honey Dawn Karima Pettigrew is Creek/Cherokee and belongs to the Panther/Tiger and Red Paint Clans. Currently, she is the host of A CONVERSATION WITH DAWN KARIMA , a Native American talk show that airs on Talktainment Radio and REZERVATIONS WITH DAWN KARIMA, a Native American talk show that airs on Native Voice One (www.nv1.org). She is the author of two novels, THE WAY WE MAKE SENSE ( San Francisco: Aunt Lute, 2002.) and THE MARRIAGE OF SAINTS ( Norman: University of Oklahoma, 2006.). She is the co-author of CHILDREN LEARN WHAT THEY READ ( Cleveland ...

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LAVENDERSOUL

LAVENDERSOUL

On “The Positive Music Show” Can you describe the feeling you get inside when you listen to inspired music like LAVENDERSOUL? And can you comprehend the thousand and one little coincidences that brought these souls together and guided them to create the synergy that lets you feel so deeply? The Group Bernard DeSeck Because he was encouraged to sing at an early age by his classically trained grandmother, Bernard DeSeck has been doing that most of his life. With two years of classical voice training under his belt, his teacher saw the amazing ability he had and began to contact the New England Conservatory ...

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Lisa Firestone

Lisa Firestone

What do you get when you combine sensuality with The Divine, and impeccably-crafted piano with world music, commercial pop and sultry groove?   Lisa Firestone.   Her debut release, “LAKE JUNE IN WINTER” showcases “the whole tamale” as she calls it… a woman’s emotional journey through sweetest bliss to strongest rage.  Lisa’s songs are raw, vulnerable, whimsical, sexy, feminine, strong, hopeful, soulful, smart and altogether very human. Awarded BEST SPIRITUAL WRITER and BEST SOLO PIANIST by Songwriter’s Showcase of America, Lisa has become a familiar name in Central Florida.  No stranger to performance, she has received numerous credits ...

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Jack Couchman

Jack Couchman

JC, Jack Couchman, guitarist, songwriter, performer, music visionary, began his career in 1974. Playing with bands such as Black Mariah, they successfully toured the nation with original rock and roll. July of 2009 marks the launch of JC’s solo career. Over the last few years JC has dedicated himself to documenting the many songs that lie within and in the process, has developed a musical style all his own. From the soul-searched lyrics and intricate melodies, JC’s music easily becomes etched in one's being. It doesn't take long before songs begin to replay in your mind. JC captivates his audiences with ...

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Dave Undis Band

Dave Undis Band

The Dave Undis Band Dave Undis, composer, except for "Every Sunday I Pray" which is composed by Dave Undis and Dave Demay. Dave Undis Country Music songwriter in Nashville, Tennessee. Dave Demay's family has a long history steeped in the heart of the Nashville music community. His mother Shirley Webb, his aunt June Webb, and uncle Buddy Killen were all members of the Grand Ole Opry. Dave's mother Shirley was his greatest inspiration. She was his vocal coach from a very young age, and encouraged Dave & his brother Dan to be songwriters early in their lives. Shirley and ...

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Oxford Coma

Oxford Coma

The Oxford Coma formed in mid 2011 in Phoenix, AZ, out of the aftermath of several other deceased projects. Drummer Casey Dillon and guitarist Billy Tegethoff were the last members standing of Verico, as well as the remnants of several other projects dating back to when they were both in high school. Verico had been a four piece that included a stand-alone vocalist. When the band split there wasn't really a clear direction in which way the remaining pair wanted to go. Casey hopped on bass for a brief period of time. They contemplated a ...

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Johnny Zapp

Johnny Zapp

Born in Huntington Beach, CA to a musical family, it was no surprise that I loved music and started playing mandolins and guitars, learning traditional Italian music as early as age four. By the time I hit elementary school, I was completely fascinated by the records my older brothers and sister were listening to.  Bands like Cheap Trick, Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath.  I wanted to know how they made those sounds and I was going to learn.  By the time I was in 7th grade, I started putting together a band with my likeminded ...

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Victor James Dougherty

Victor James Dougherty

Victor, combines years of guitar & vocal performance with soulful lyrics to create memorable songs that inspire and transform. As a new consciousness sweeps the globe art, literature, movies, books and music have been at the forefront reflecting this moment in history called by Eckhardt Tolle "A new Earth" and others "The Great Turning." Victor has, through his own inner journey, combined years of performance with song writing and captured the essence of some key signposts pointing the way to our next step in evolution; presence of mind. Raised in Kansas City, this acoustic artist ...

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Stephen Savage

Stephen Savage

Keyboardist Stephen Savage has taught classical music for more than three decades and has served on the faculties of both the prestigious Berklee College of Music and the New England Conservatory of Music, but when it came time to compose and record original compositions for his first album, Future Memory, he went in a different direction and created synthesizer-based space music. In addition to teaching music for five years at the Berklee College of Music and the past couple of decades at the New England Conservatory of Music, Savage also has taught at Indian Hill Music ...

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Gino Goss

Gino Goss

Over the past four decades, Gino has honed his skills as a trumpet and flugel horn artist adding Latin jazz percussion to his repertoire. A master artist and performer, Gino decided in 2008 it was time to break away and embark on his own, forming Gino Goss and Jammajazz. In 2009, he released is debut CD ALMOST FAMOUS to glowing reviews. Various cuts from this freshman CD can be heard globally. Gino is currently in the studio working on his sophomore CD, having released three singles from that CD, Funk It Up, Kalimba Dreaming and award winning Night In ...

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Michael Hepner

Michael Hepner

The great boogie woogie pianist, Bob Seeley taught him his first boogie woogie bass line at 13 years old! The rest as they say was history! Mostly self-taught, he spent one year at North Texas State University hanging around some very talented players such as Lyle Mays and many big band jazzers that eventually led to his first recording contract with a country band in Texas. He then came back to Detroit and had a couple of bands (one with Mark Pasman now host of the motor city blues project for many years) before the New York Express ...

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Visual Flight Rules (VFR)

Visual Flight Rules (VFR)

Visual Flight Rules is an R&B based, Blues-Rock Groove Machine that's a result of an undeniable musical chemistry between Brett Mikels (guitar, vocals), Herman Matthews (drums, vocals), and Michael Mennell (bass, vocals). The music speaks directly to the soul - pure in heart, tone, and story.   A soulful homage to their heroes, VFR has released their first EP, What Are You Waiting For. Written and recorded in Los Angeles in 2011, the album features guest appearances by Bill Champlin, Theresa James, Jason Orme, David Zeman, Larry Kimpel, Dan Rothchild and Vincent Jones, was produced by Matthews, Mikels, and mixed by Stuart Brawley. (Michael Jackson, Don Henley, ...

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Anne Trenning

Anne Trenning

Instrumental pianist Anne Trenning titled her third recording Watching for Rain, as a metaphor indicating a time of hopeful anticipation. “As our world continues to face the challenges of economy, war and the environment, we find ourselves looking toward new opportunities, for rain to come and refresh the earth, and for growth and positive change to occur.” Trenning explains, “In a broader sense, it seems many of us are hoping for our world to enter a period of healing; we want to be part of a cleansing transformation — which is why I chose the analogy ...

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4 stories high

4 stories high

Laura Berman and Craig Benelli She was a NY Singer/Songwriter   He was a NY Guitar Player   She hired him to play in her band   And so the story began…   By 2004, both Laura Berman and Craig Benelli had achieved a certain amount of success individually. Berman was a NY Singer/Songwriter who received critical acclaim for her debut CD Love Will, including an honorable mention in the 2003 John Lennon Songwriting Contest. She also performed as a backup vocalist with GrammyAward winning performer, Enya, on the David Letterman Show. Benelli was a guitar ...

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Terry Lewsader

Terry Lewsader

Songwriter / Musician, Terry Lewsader grew up among the farms in a small mid-western town, where farmers, factory workers, and bar-hoppers would frequent the local taverns on Friday and Saturday nights to hear the local bands. Country music was the dominant attraction in the bars, but rock music was quickly taking over the airwaves. It wasn’t long until these two styles of music were fused and a new genre called country-rock was born. “A friend sold me a Mason Proffit album for a buck, and that album changed what I wanted to do musically at ...

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