Aaron has made a home in the modern R&B scene. Sharing the stage with Justin Timberlake, Chris Brown and JoJo and penning the opening theme music for The Queen Latifah Show is just a sneak peek at Aaron’s extensive resume.
This indie folk singer-songwriter has generated millions of organic views on YouTube and has built up a loyal following allowing her to tour the world. Her songs have been featured on a variety of TV shows (So You Think You Can Dance, Bones, 20/20) and commercials (Fruit of the Loom’s Olympic ad campaign).
Before they became the internationally successful band we all know, Imagine Dragons were Cyber PR artists.
These frontrunners in the alt-country scene have shared arenas alongside The Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, Joan Jett and more. The gals have also graced the stages of The Today Show and The Tonight Show launching their single “From The Ground Up” into the top twenty of Billboard’s “Heatseekers Chart” in 2005.
Zoya’s soft-spoken brand of indie world folk has garnered her accolades from the Huffington Post, Rolling Stone, MTV Indies, Wondering Sound and more, making her one of blogosphere’s fastest rising indie sweethearts.
This band needs no introduction, but we will say this… Ariel has the same birthday as John Taylor and she can tell a true Duranie by the fact that they gasp when she tells them her birthday.
Maya Azucena, MTV Made’s Award-winning singer, songwriter and social activist, is known for making music that uplifts the soul. She recently joined a prestigious lineup of artists, including Jill Scott, Maxwell and Beyonce, at 2013 Essence Fest in New Orleans.
Chris Barron is best known as the lead singer of the Billboard charting band Spin Doctors.
John Mark McMillian
With comparisons ranging from Springsteen to Yorn, singer/songwriter John Mark McMillan’s music has been described as “gutsy, poetic rock ‘n’ roll.”
New York City-based neo-soul chanteuse known for her four-octave vocal range and stunning stage presence.
Bowling for Soup
Bowling for Soup is a Billboard charting American pop punk band who frequent the Warped Tour stages.
Lee Scratch Perry
Known for producing some of the most influential acts in reggae history, including Bob Marley & the Wailers Toots and the Maytals. Rolling Stone ranked Perry #100 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.
A multi-instrumentalist and producer from Mosfellsbær, Iceland who mixes strings & piano with loops and edgy beats crossing-over from ambient/electronic to pop.
Jeff Oster’s music has earned numerous awards – such as ZMR Album of the Year (3x winner), multiple #1 albums on NPR’s Echoes, and 2x winner of Best New Age Song in the Independent Music Awards. His music receives steady airplay on Sirius/XM, Music Choice, and a variety of other programs worldwide.
International house music sensation and songwriter Crystal Waters became a household name in the 90’s with her slew of number one dance hits including “Gypsy Woman (She’s Homeless).”
A folk-pop singer/songwriter from Northern California who has been internationally touring for 10 years.
The Armory has shared the stage with an array of artists such as The Almost, Hawthorne Heights, Mayday Parade, Emarosa and even hip-hop legend, Kilo Ali.
Zap Mama is a Belgian artist Marie Daulne. Zap Mama sings Polyphonic and Afro-Pop music; a harmonic music with a mixture of infused African vocal techniques, Urban, Hip-Hop with emphasis on voice.
Syre and Fresko
This duo’s stadium-pop compositions have won them 1st place in the National ABC/TripleJ Run competition, allowing them to represent Australia at the Annual Spring Gala for Chinese New Year in Beijing.
Juliana strives to capture an authenticity in her work that is ambient and captivating. She aims to experience all forms of music, across a vast spectrum and is looking forward to share her musical spirit with the world.
Nu Shooz is a Billboard charting husband and wife duo who were signed to Atlantic Records and were nominated for a Best New Artist Grammy in 1987.
Motion Potion is the grandfather of silent disco. He has performed at string of major that would make many a rockstar proud: Lightning in a Bottle, BottleRock Napa, Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, Gathering of the Vibes, Outside Lands Festival, Treasure Island Music Fest, Ghost Ship Halloween, Sea of Dreams NYE.
A multi-instrumentalist singer songwriter who performs sweeping Americana/alt-country layering pedal steel guitars and background harmonies.
Intimate and pastoral Americana that has been favorably compared to Jackson Browne, Ryan Adams, Paul Simon and James Taylor.
George Clinton is a singer, songwriter, and music producer. He was the principal architect of P-Funk, and the mastermind of the bands Parliament and Funkadelic.
Founding member of the Grammy nominated, ten million plus album selling band Spin Doctors, plus an acclaimed producer who’s worked with a diverse roster including: Joan Osborne, Bilal, Rachael Yamagata, New York Electric Piano, Isaac Hayes, James Maddock, Marc Cohn and Chris Whitley to name a few.
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Hot Buttered Rum
Five-piece progressive bluegrass act based in the San Francisco Bay Area. The group performs frequently at music festivals, including the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Newport Folk Festival, South by Southwest, High Sierra Music Festival, Bonnaroo Music Festival, Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival, and Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival.
John P. Kellogg, Esq., is the Assistant Chair of Music Business Management at Berklee College of Music and the author of the Amazon Best Selling, Take Care of Your Music Business. He has also been profiled in Billboard, Ebony, and Jet magazines.
Brian Setzer Orchestra
A 3-time Grammy Award winner who has reinvented some of the greatest classical melodies of all time and has been single-handedly credited for reviving two forgotten genres of music: Rockabilly in the 80′s and big band swing in the 90′s.
Wendy & Lisa
A music duo who began working with Prince as part of his band The Revolution, they have become Emmy Award winners for their television scores.
Kent Gustavson is a TEDx speaker, musician, educator, and the author of “Blind But Now I See,” the unofficial biography of legendary bluegrass musician Doc Watson.
Ohio native singer-songwriter whose healing lyrics are wake up calls to the heart and balm for the soul.