Artists

Jack Cassidy

Jack Cassidy is a Christian singer/songwriter from a family of talented entertainers. He's the grandson of Academy and Tony Award Winning actress Shirley Jones, son of musical theatre actor Patrick Cassidy, and the nephew of actor and recording artists, David Cassidy and Shaun Cassidy.

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Ryan Cabrera

You might think that you know RYAN CABRERA. Sure, the platinum-selling singer and songwriter is the architect behind ubiquitous smashes such as “On the Way Down,” “True” and “Shine On” as well as albums including 2004’s Take It All Away, which hit #8 on the Billboard Top 200, You Stand Watching [2005], and The Moon Underwater [2008]. However, get to know RYAN like never before on his newly released EP Wake Up Beautiful (Dynamite Music) and fifth full-length album due out later this year. Stardom aside, it’s never ever been about image, media, or pomp and circumstance for CABRERA. It’s always come down to one thing: the music. It’s where everything starts…

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Matchbox Twenty

Matchbox Twenty is: Kyle Cook * Paul Doucette * Adam Gaynor * Rob Thomas * Brian Yale. Since making their debut in 1996, Melisma/Atlantic recording group matchbox twenty has become one of the most admired and consistently successful rock bands in recent history, with over 25 million albums sold worldwide. Named as the “Best New Band” in the 1997 Rolling Stone Readers Poll, they have since moved from accomplishment to accomplishment, clearly establishing themselves as an exceptional unit...

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George Michael

As the history of popular music develops, one fact shines through: talent wins. You can’t cheat and survive for any length of time. You can’t hype and fool people more than once. You can’t hide behind image makers, or alluring videos, or the cut of this season’s clothes. Or you can – but then you die. To survive you must evolve, improve, have faith, still thrill. Longevity depends on making the best music. George Michael has never thought of popular music as a career: it’s far more personal – more precious – than that.

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Repair Method

“The Break and Repair Method Paul Doucette’s (Matchbox Twenty) solo debut is steeped in the irony of the records name, milk the bee, set to hit via bluhammock music on September 16th. “When I first came up with the title, it was from a place of pure frustration. It seemed a futile thing to do – you make a record – and really – what’s the point? It’s like milking a bee,” Doucette explains. It’s not surprising Doucette was compelled to christen the product of his efforts with a title that implies such pointlessness. After years as the drummer of …

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Rob Thomas

“I don’t want to make the same record over and over again. I not only want to represent lyrically where I’m at as a person today, but stylistically I want to represent the time that I’m in. I’m 37, which is different than 30, and which is different than 25. It’s a much different time in my life and I wanted the new record to reflect that. cradlesong doesn’t sound like anything I’ve done before, and I think that’s important.” Given Rob Thomas’s stature as one of modern music’s most compelling and commercially successful artists for well over a decade …

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Noah Urrea

Music is another one of Noah's passions. He has worked with several top producers, writing and recording original songs. Many industry insiders say he's the next Justin Bieber, or perhaps the first Bieber meets Timberlake. In March 2017, he released his EP, Always. Noah has performed at the House of Blues, the Mint, the Troubadour, and many other venues in greater Los Angeles, and across the country.

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