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    17-year-old Greer hails from Boston, MA. With his pop sound laced with hip-hop influences, Greer creates catchy and unique music that you don’t want to miss out on.

      “When it comes to his music, Sean Earle has many titles. He is a pianist, a vocalist, a performer, a songwriter, a producer, an engineer, an A&R representative, and everything in between. At the young age of 24, this Romeo, Michigan native already has much experience when it comes to the music business. Sean Earle had never written a song with lyrics before the age of 18. Now, only a few years later, he considers himself–first and foremost– a songwriter. He understands how to shape a melody that will stick with you long after hearing it. Because of this, his songs have quickly gained him recognition throughout the Detroit area music scene. After releasing 2 albums (along with countless other demos), Sean is also rapidly becoming known for his unique approach to lyrics. With the release of 2 albums already for this young arist, Earle is a force to be reckoned with within the pop music industry. Outside of his Pop/Top 40 chops (demonstrated on his albums), Sean Earle is a proficient writer and producer within the genres of Rock, Hip-Hop/R&B, Country, Christian and Soul. Sean has received writing credit with multiple outside artists. Sean not only proves himself as a songwriter, but has a live performance to match. He has proved his ability to connect with an audience through music and convert curious spectators to lifetime fans. Sean is continuing to see a very wide range of individuals attending his shows. As an artist, he has held true to this belief: The one thing that will always defy genres and music stereotypes is a combination of great lyric, melody and vocal delivery. Many in the Michigan area believe that Sean Earle’s music proves that to be true.

        Northern National is an Alternative/Pop band based out of Dallas, TX. Started by Michael Kanne, Michael Rossi, & Michael Wilson, Northern National’s debut album “Young & in Love” is set to release on September 2nd, 2014.

          Cody Fry’s talents as a performer and creator of music have already gained him acclaim and exposure at the highest levels of the music industry. The Grammy Foundation ‘discovered’ his capabilities while he was still in high school and put him onstage to sing and play piano and guitar alongside stars Earth, Wind & Fire, Herbie Hancock, Michael McDonald, Jeff Beck, Kanye West, John Legend, James Moody, and Gloria Estefan at special Foundation benefit concerts honoring Quincy Jones and George Martin. Disney tapped him to participate in their “Next Big Thing” national singer- songwriter competition, which led to interviews on nationally syndicated radio programs and feature stories in theChicago Tribune. Tribune rock critic Mark Caro described Fry’s voice and music as “a rich slice of blue-eyed soul.” Celebrities have also taken note: he was one of a just a handful of performers selected for Oprah Winfrey’s Mediterranean cruise “Trip of a Lifetime.” And this recent graduate of Belmont University’s commercial music program may be the only person that the prestigious music magazineDownbeat has honored with four awards over several annual competitions, in three different categories (Best Male Jazz Vocalist, Best Original Song, and Best Jazz Arrangement twice). Having sung on national radio and television commercials from a young age, it is no surprise that Fry has also developed his own burgeoning career as a writer and performer of commercial music. Recent triumphs include original music and vocals on a national campaign for Big Lots!, original music for a McDonald’s national ad run during March Madness, and music and vocals for a Chicago-area retailer that aired on the Super Bowl broadcast. Additionally, listeners all over the country were able to hear Fry’s mastery of arranging for full orchestra and jazz voices as showcased on Christmas at Belmont for PBS.

            Ryan David Rose moved to Nashville, TN in the summer of 2010 for school and the pursuit of songwriting and music. Over the past 4 years, he has honed in his skills and found a sound that falls in between the stylings of Michael Bublé, Jason Mraz, and Andy Grammer. With this mix of jazz, soul, and pop, Ryan and his band bring a new feel to the top 40 sound.


              Koa was formed in 2012 at Belmont University by Chase Bader (Vocals and acoustic guitar) and Conor Kelly (Lead guitar). After writing the EP “Cool It Down”, members Ryan Ladd (Bass), Will Youngclaus (Drums), Alex Mathews (Saxophone), and Ryan McClanahan (Percussion) came together to form the beach-rock sound that is Koa. They have been gaining even more fan attention with their debut single, “Cool It Down” reaching over 11,000 views on Soundcloud. Recently Ryan McClanahan was added as a full time member playing percussion. Koa is currently touring the Southeast promoting their latest release “False Calls,” the upcoming single off their future fall full length release. Come out and see Koa live!

                Born and raised in NYC, Jonny P migrated south and settled down in Music City, which he now calls Nashville home. Brimming with nostalgic funk, Jonny P tips his hat to the Motown greats with his EP, Right to You (which you can grab here in its entirety). His vocals are soulful and his lyrics are unforgettable, so listen up and just try not to tap your toes!

                  “Anna Catherine DeHart has big dreams and the big voice to match. With her sights set on Music City, Anna Catherine blends the pure sounds of traditional country with the big voices of today’s country hits. Anna Catherine’s influences range from classics like Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette to some of today’s superstars like Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift, Martina McBride and Lady Antebellum. Her strong voice is mature beyond her young years.
                  Born and raised in the small town of Sikeston, Missouri, Anna Catherine has grown up on southern hospitality and many of the values that country music embraces. Always living in the Show-Me State, she believes her singing speaks much louder than her words. Her strong passion for music and to be the best she can be drives her desire to prove she belongs in country music. With a strong love for God, family, friends and community, Anna Catherine’s heart is loyal, loving and genuine. Anna Catherine began performing on stage at the age of 12 as part of the Livewires youth talent group in New Madrid, Missouri. Immediately, her voice stood out, and she soon decided to follow her love of singing. Performing covers of all of her idols on stage, Anna Catherine began working on her craft off stage as she started learning to play different instruments while also working on her voice. Mixed with amazing and talented singers and musicians that back her up, Anna Catherine continually strives to grow as an artist. With their original music released to online retailer all of the world, it’s only a matter of time before this Southeast Missouri girl and her band are heard on country radio. Nashville has already taken notice. Have you?”

                    Two Worlds

                    Friends Nick Voelker and Adiel Mitchell from Aurora, CO began posting videos on YouTube just one year ago. Since then, their impressive covers, corky videos and lovable personalities have led to over 62,000 subscribers and 2.8 million views on their YouTube channel. The duo was selected to participate in Vh1’s Make A Band Famous competition and has released original music as well. Their EP “Playtime” is available on iTunes.

                      Grace Weber

                      Born and raised in Wisconsin, Grace is currently based in Brooklyn and is about to release her self-defining second album, The Refinery. Often labeled an “old soul,” Grace’s music is grounded in powerful soul, roots and gospel sounds, with her voice and songwriting as the centerpiece. “While I’ve always known myself as a singer and performer, it wasn’t until I began songwriting that I really started to know myself as an artist. I spent two years writing for the new album and in the end, I picked the songs that resonated most with me and my listeners. I didn’t want this record to be perfect, I wanted to it to be real. I’m naming the record The Refinery because I look at my journey as an artist over the past two years being a refinement in a lot of ways. My refinement, though, was a gritty, darker, dirtier process, one that taught me a lot more about myself and about the deeper parts of my essence. The definition of “refinery” is to convert raw materials into something of value. For my music, I’m trying to convert the rawness of my history and who I am into something of emotional value. I can’t wait for the world to hear this record.”