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Upcoming Performances

26
Feb
Magic Giant

Magic Giant

A dynamic blend of alt-rock meets pop wrapped in a festive, down to earth package, MAGIC GIANT have shown their progressive layers with their captivating new single “Disaster Party.” The group made up of Austin Bisnow (vocals/percussion), Zambricki Li (fiddle/banjo), and Zang (guitar) have recently been working on their new album from The Bunker, a 1940’s underground bomb-shelter the band converted in Silverlake, CA.  [...] Read More

26
Feb
Greyson Chance

Greyson Chance

A native of Edmond, Oklahoma, Greyson came into the national spotlight in 2010, after an unforgettable performance of Lady Gaga’s “Paparazzi” was viewed by over 60 million people on YouTube. What followed was a plethora of national television appearances and world tours. Greyson came out publicly in 2017 and uses his platform to be a resource and champion for others in the LGBTQ community. He recently signed with Arista Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. Upon signing with Arista, Greyson released “Boots” last fall. The song was critically praised by Billboard, VMAN and PAPERMagazine who claimed it was a “confident step into a new era of Chance’s now decade-long career.” Following, Greyson released “Dancing Next To Me” on February 21st, which was produced by close collaborator Teddy Geiger, who is the executive producer on his entire forthcoming record. 
Greyson will release new music throughout the year, leading into an album and 2020 world tour.   

28
Feb
Jack Bruno

Jack Bruno

One concert often changes everything. Long before he found himself collaborating with superstars such as Playboi Carti and 6ix9ine, receiving the endorsements of HypeBeast, High Snobiety, and HotNewHipHop, and touring alongside Juice WRLD, Lil Pump and Lil Skies, Jack Bruno witnessed a gig that altered his course forever. At nine-years-old, the Plano, TX native witnessed the Pop Disaster Tour headlined by blink-182 and Green Day with his mom. The evening ultimately set his entire career (and wild journey thus far) in motion... “I looked up at the stage and thought, ‘I want to do that’,” he recalls. “I loved the energy. I knew I had to play live. I knew I had to make music. I knew I had to be an artist.”  [...] Read More

03
Mar
J. Brown

J. Brown

Figuratively set to the rhythmic pace of its infamous, steady-grinding automobile factories, while its streets are legendary and well-known the world over for the hyper-creative and musically fertile atmosphere that gave birth to Motown, Detroit continues to be a music capital of feel-good, contemporary music that ultimately proves timeless. The list of iconic names that have catapulted and captivated from the Motor City seems infinite…more than a few simply known by one name. Typifying the old saying “something in the water,” singer/songwriter J. BROWN – though generationally removed from the Gordy company’s then revolutionary melding of contemporary R&B and pop – has paid his dues and persevered in bringing those time proven musical values into the new music era with his forthcoming, long-in-the-making solo debut set. With music firmly in his blood and armed with tunnel-vision focus on following his passion of making music from the heart, J. BROWN delivers a dose of straight-up R&B – some with subtle pop and 90s throwback influences – to a music generation largely devoid of truly soulful and impassioned music. [...] Read More

06
Mar
FOUR YEAR STRONG

FOUR YEAR STRONG

If it’s hard for you to believe that Four Year Strong have been a band for nearly two decades, you’re not alone because its members feel the same way. Since forming in 2001 in Worcester, Massachusetts, while the members were still in high school, Four Year Strong have carved out their own niche in the music community by merging the infectiousness of pop-punk with the aggression of hardcore and never shying away from breaking with creativity-limiting conventions. This is evident on the band’s fifth full-length Brain Pain, a collection of songs that retains the qualities of the band that fans have grown to love while pushing forward the band’s effort to continually redefine their sound. “One thing we’ve struggled with in the past is writing in a way that’s personal to us that our wide range of fans can find a way to relate to as well,” vocalist/guitarist Dan O’Connor explains. “On this record we really tried to find the thing that connects us to our younger fans or the people who have been listening to us fora long time who still see us as younger kids despite the fact that we’re now in our thirties.” The band--which also features vocalist/guitarist Alan Day, bassist Joe Weiss and drummer Jake Massucco--began conceptualizing the ideas for Brain Pain two years ago and for the past year-and-a-half have focused on bringing those thoughts to fruition. “We probably had 40 song ideas to get the creative juices flowing and some of those grew into the songs that are on this record,” Day explains, adding that it was important for the group not to rush the album or go into it with any musical or logistical limitations.  [...] Read More

23
Mar
Meg Donnelly

Meg Donnelly

At only 19 years old Meg Donnelly born in New York City and raised in Peapack, New Jersey is already being hailed as the next breakout star in Hollywood & The Music Industry. She has quickly become known for her impeccable comedic timing on camera, innate abilities and swag as a singer/songwriter and the refreshing, free spirit she brings to every project she is involved with.  She makes people smile. Donnelly can currently be seen starring on ABC’s hit comedy series “American Housewife.” Where she shines as ‘Taylor’, who was an awkward, homely student and suddenly grew out of her ugly-duckling phase.  [...] Read More

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