Judith Hill (born 1984) is an American singer born in Los Angeles, California.
Judith is of both Japanese and African American descent. Hill's mother is a pianist from Tokyo who met her father in a funk band in the 1970s.
September 2012 marked the completion of a debut album that had been several years in the making. Having come together as young teenagers in London, England Charming Liars quickly began to write songs and spent a large part of their formative years balancing their aspirations for the band with the task of completing their education. After self-releasing a 4-track E.P back in 2010, the guys sat down to consider their options moving forward.
Linda Draper’s earliest musical influence was her father, a virtuosic classical guitarist who studied with Andres Segovia. In her youth, Linda discovered her own musical voice singing in the church choir, which led to her playing guitar and writing songs just a few years later. Linda’s first public performances took place in local venues around town, including the Renaissance Faire in upstate New York.
Throughout his career, Jim Bianco has drawn inspiration from, what some might consider, untraditional sources. Whether an elevator operator in Tokyo, a stalker in Hollywood, a wedding in Tennessee, or a sinner in church, his songs have twisted their way out of his head and into the hearts of his fans.
Even if you don’t know Sydney, Australia modern rock trio Sick Puppies, you’ve probably seen their groundbreaking “Free Hugs,” video, which has garnered more than 40 million views on YouTube.com (youtube.com/sickpuppies) since it started streaming on the site last year.
Donna Adler: It was in her living room in Park Forest , IL where she developed a love for writing songs while harmonizing with her brother and sister as her brother played guitar.
Trainwreck Architect: Started out in the summer of 2009 with the hard hitting sounds of thrash, twists of extreme metal and Classic heavy metal vibes all molded in the spirit of rock n roll.
Toy Soldiers – a lively & hard-working band formed in 2007 by frontman Ron Gallo, started out as just a duo, fluctuated between a cast of upwards of 12 players, then eventually settled into a solid 5-piece who love a good song and dance with no pretense or wall between the band and audience (as members often times ending up in the crowd).
Lights Over Bridgeport is a rock band formed by four friends who grew up on punk rock and metal. We write music for anyone who aspires to make a better life for themselves and the ones they care for.
The Blues and Greys: Hailing from Santa Barbara, California, the band is fronted by Lindsey Waldon. Growing up the daughter of a jazz singer, Waldon learned at an early age how to project a relaxed vocal styling and sense of swagger.