Growing up in Roberta, Georgia – population: 800, with its rich assortment of eccentric characters, southern wit and teenage isolation, helped rising singer/songwriter Meiko find a clear voice and keen insight. She’s built an already impressive following, quickly becoming one of the west coast’s most enchanting and promising talents.
Oren Lavie is a songwriter, singer, and author of funny books for sad children. He has long curly hair, green eyes, and suspiciously cold feet. He was born in 1976, two minutes behind schedule, and has been trying to catch up ever since. Read more
When Esthero released the epochal Breath From Another in 1998, she was barely eighteen years old. A transplant from the Ontario countryside, the singer/songwriter arrived in Toronto as a teen and penned an album that changed the face of electronic music by fusing sharp, poignant vocals with both live and digital instrumentation. Read more
Though she’s only just turned 24, Kelly Sweet already boasts two decades’ worth of performing experience, having made her live debut at the Cape Cod Conservatory at the tender age of four. A decade later she was opening for Kenny Loggins in Las Vegas and performing the national anthem at Lakers games, and at age 16 was co-writing and recording her debut album, We Are One, with producer Mark Portmann (Josh Groban, Celine Dion). Released three weeks before her 19th birthday, the album led to a tour with Dave Koz and numerous gigs in Japan.
Adrian Bradford is a Grammy-nominated, multiple Juno Award-winning producer/mixer/writer, originally from Winnipeg, MB, now residing in Los Angeles. Through his regular work with legendary writer/producer Walter Afanasieff, Adrian has been involved in recent projects from high-profile Adult Contemporary artists including Kenny G, Cher, and Michael Buble (among others). Read more