Danny (born in Nottingham Uk Jan 18th 1967)started singing and playing bass in 1986 inspired by Bob Marley, sting, Jack Bruce, Mark King(Level 42), Larry Graham,(Sly and the family stone ) Louis Johnson and Paul McCartney, UB40. Dannys a massive sci fi fan and always tries to inject his music with a hint of space and final frontiers. Wether it be a futuristic reggae synth based fusion vibe, or super funky slap beats.
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https://dannymerriman.bandcamp.com/album/the-world-got-crazy https://www.facebook.com/pg/dannymerriman2/posts/ Ska song about stepping outside your front doo…
Phil Circle is by no means your ordinary songster picking away quietly on his acoustic guitar. He blends elements of rock, jazz, blues, folk, and classical, to seamlessly create a style truly his own. Add to this his often flawless and always energetic live performance, and he lands far away from what most people think of as “Singer/Songwriter.”
Phil’s music is timeless. His debut release was hailed by In The Mix as “just what the doctor ordered…[Phil Circle] defies rock, jazz and blues. His songs [are] from the master class.” 20 years later, Illinois Entertainer called Phil “one of our town’s most unique voices,” and Center Stage Chicago called him a “staple of Chicago music,” while several of his recent releases landed him on “Best of” lists.
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Phil Circle’s single “I See Hope,” recorded in quarantine between Chicago and Los Angeles, led to this quarantine video with 20 friends and family. At the he…
Natahsa Remi earned her Bachelor of Music degree from the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Since then, she has performed all over the United States and overseas. After graduating, she worked with Haup-Pop Productions, landing her original song “Breathe (If I Could Just)” in the family film Doggie Boogie. Natasha also recorded multiple R&B tracks for River City Music’s album “Miss REducation” released in Japan. She then spent several years fronting showbands for Carnival Cruise Lines.
In 2016, Natasha performed the National Anthem for the San Diego Padres at Petco Park in San Diego, California, as well as background vocals for Japanese Pop Stars Junko Yagami and Anri for their Los Angeles Concert. She has been featured on several episodes of the award-winning Women of Substance Radio podcast and her collaboration “What Can I Do?” with LA-based producer Sunday Mitsuru was featured in a commercial for Japanese sake company, Tateyama. In 2017, she began singing with Regional Harmony Sweepstakes A Cappella Champions, Top Shelf Vocal, and released her first full-length album, Full Circle, which is currently playing on various radio stations nationwide.
In 2018, Natasha was the the Principal Actor in the American Airlines MasterCard New Media commercial released nationally and then performed as part of the gospel choir for Mavis Staples and Leon Bridges in the 2019 Grammy MusiCares concert. Natasha also released three new singles in 2019 and sang back-up vocals in a small, intimate concert for Shosana Bean and Nikki Leonti at the Standards Hotel in Hollywood, CA.
Natasha currently resides in Torrance, CA, and plays shows throughout Los Angeles and Orange County with her band.
Happy Thanksgiving 🍁🍽🦃 The highly anticipated MUSIC VIDEO for “What Love Really Feels Like” is OUT NOW!!! Song available below: https://open.spotify.com/albu…
Ed Roman is an award-winning singer/songwriter, performer, and multi-instrumentalist from Shelburne, ON. Blurring the lines between pop, rock, folk, and country, his uniquely crafted songs have received regular rotation on more than 100 terrestrial radio stations across North America and more than 600 worldwide.
His video “Red Omen” was done by the company behind Kung Fu Panda 2,
Sponge Bob and a host of other shows. It’s also helping to raise funds
and awareness for Dyslexia. It’s been honored at many Film
Festivals around the globe.
Award winning Canadian singer songwriter Ed Roman along with animator extraordinaire Nelson Diaz from There Be Dragons Creative Media in NYC have created an …
New members Steve Farac (guitar, keyboards and vocals), Dain Bedford-Pugh (guitar and vocals), Carl Upthegrove (drums) along with Mick Orton (bass and vocals) are about to go into the studio to record a fifth LP with 14 original songs all written by Tom Kelley and Mick. It is tentatively entitled “Back To Basics” and is scheduled for release in 2020 which will include the two new singles, “Stay With Me (This Is The Place)” and “Stand Up” both recorded with the new LIVE band.
While the four cartoon Silvers are still stuck in Surf City (search Silvers Surf City on YouTube), this LIVE band is preparing a show with songs chosen as favorites from their recorded material along with some well-known cover songs to make sure their performance will be really special and memorable!
THERE ARE EXCITING THINGS TO COME!
As we move into 2020 THE SILVERS have quite a track record. They have released four 14 song LPs and four 6-8 song EPs so far.
• After The Laughter LP (14 original songs)
• End Of Summer EP (6 original songs)
• PLAY! LP (14 original songs)
• Another Summer EP (6 new original songs, 1 rerecorded from After The Laughter)
• Soul Surrender LP (14 original songs)
• Summertime Sounds EP (6 new original songs, 2 rerecorded from End Of Summer)
• RUSHMORE LP (14 original songs)
• Change Of Seasons EP (6 original Christmas songs)
• Back To Basics LP (coming in 2020 with 14 new original songs)
Bo and Mick return to The Silvers only to discover some fresh faces! “Stay with Me (This is the Place)” is written by Orton-Kelley and performed by The Silve…