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Alicia Faith

Born in Atlanta and raised in Slidell Louisiana, Alicia started her journey into music singing at her local church at the age of twelve. Growing up in a family with five younger brothers she found peace in a hectic household through listening to music and finding comfort in lyrics. Having influences consisting of Melissa Etheridge, Whitney Houston, Stevie Wonder, George Michael and of course the late great MJ helped her natural music talents quickly grow, developing her powerful and sultry voice. Alicia’s music is driven by a comfort with her sexuality, life experiences and drawing influence from real life situations.


Eliza Gilkyson

Eliza Gilkyson is a politically minded, poetically gifted singer-songwriter who has become one of the most respected musicians in folk and Americana music circles. The daughter of legendary songwriter Terry Gilkyson, Eliza entered the music world as a teenager, recording demos for her father. Since then she has released 20 recordings of her own, and her songs have been covered by such notables as Joan Baez, Bob Geldof, Tom Rush and Rosanne Cash.


Erin & The Project

Bringing high energy soulful music, while combining jazz, blues, pop, and funk elements, Erin and The Project feature powerhouse female vocals and solid grooves.

Both Erin and Paul Ezekiel began writing music together in 2005, but it wasn’t until their wedding in 2008 that they played their music live for family and friends. Shortly after the recession hit California, they resolved to quitting their day jobs and officially starting their music career with small Bay Area gigs and a self-titled EP.


God Des and She

God Des & She’s energy and talent caught the attention of industry and listeners alike after they appeared on the season 3 finale of Showtime series “The L Word” and had a number one video on MTV LOGO with their smash hit “Love You Better” for 15 weeks in a row. They have toured worldwide, performing to packed venues from New York to Sweden and sharing the stage with artists including Lady Gaga, Salt n’ Pepa, SIA and many more.


Vicci Martinez

A lot can happen in a few years, but if you just say yes to the possibilities, you never know where it will take you…and this is true with Vicci Martinez.

In 2010, Vicci opened her horizon and started to say yes to things that were different and slightly uncomfortable but she knew she had to get out of her comfort zone to get to the next level. She started with a new management company and was presented with the option to be on Season 1 of the new NBC show The Voice and said yes. She took all of the challenges the show brought and pushed through and thrived, going all the way to win on Team CeeLo and coming in 3rd place overall.


Dear Liza

Dear Liza is a newly formed band of Utah’s own home grown locals.  Each member comes with a unique background in music ranging from classic back woods southern charm, bible thumping save your soul,  to rock of ages-get after it- jams.

Compiled of Holly Henrie and Heidi Nedreberg on lead vocals, Secily Saunders  Keating on Banjo, lead guitar and backup vocals, Lynda Lee on drums and backup vocals, Nate Allen on lead and rhythm guitar and Tom Nedreberg on bass and backup vocals.

This group is full of a passion for music and puts that energy into a fun and foot stomping show.

julie Wheeler

Julie Wheeler has been entertaining as soon as she could stand on the chairs at the beauty salon her mother went to and tell the three jokes her father had taught her. After finding her voice in high school, winning the talent show, and performing in her hometown of Memphis, she ran away to join the circus and ended up becoming a Lesbian Lounge Lizard.

The Lesbian Lounge Lizards performed for many years in Provincetown, at women’s festivals, universities, and gay prides. In her first year in Provincetown, Julie was awarded three coveted Provincetown Magazine Awards. Julie was also a member of the improvisational comedy troupe, Endora’s Box and appeared with the sketch comedy group, the Nellie Olsens as they closed down the famed Ridiculous Theatre in NYC. Not just sheer talent, she was voted one of the top ten sexiest


Toshi Reagon

In some ways, singer Toshi Reagon is a throwback to classic R & B artists, like Stevie Wonder or Prince, or an old school rock group like Led Zeppelin; she can take any style, update it, and make it her own with incredible ease. Despite (or because of) her genre-bending, Toshi fits comfortably on a stage at Carnegie Hall, or in a dirty rock club. Toshi is an artist whose known for energetic performances and a exemplary gift for writing engaging songs that provoke listeners to think and have fun at the same time.


Xperience Freedom

Xperience Freedom was formed 2012 in Carbondale, Colorado with well-known local percussionist Lyn Byars.

Pulled in by multi-instrumentalist and front woman Shea Freedom. Shea was raised from age 7 to 17 in the foster care system in Orange County. During which time she was moved 28 times. Having endured so much Shea now gives back by teaching Current Foster Youth to sail when she is in Orange County.



No matter where they go in the world, people tell the sisters that they’ve never heard or seen anything like it, that they have a completely unique sound and perform with what seems to be an inexhaustible energy. That’s Baskery’s aim, to never stop surprising. Baskery is a band built on what three people can do together. The music is not to be confused with country or bluegrass just because the instrumentation involves a double bass, a six string banjo and acoustic guitar.