Michael’s music is a journey in time and space fueled by his passion for music and his instrument. His main instrument is the guitar, embracing all the different colors and emotions. Michael’s influences are very multicolored & involve different styles, continents and time periods.
Suzy Williams, deemed by LA Weekly as “LA’s Diva Deluxe”, has played venues from Carnegie Hall to the Canary Islands with Van Dyke Parks, Buster Poindexter, Marc Shaiman, Nicholas Ray, and the Pilobolus dance troupe, among others. more Suzy Williams»
Diego Garcia is the lead singer of local indie band Stage 11. He’s the recent winner for Best Male Vocals at the Hollywood Music and Media Awards.
At the end of 2016 Stage 11 was named in the Hot 100 Live Unsigned Bands in the US and has just released their third record “Moments Like These” available everywhere. You can keep up with the band and purchase music at Stage11Music.com.
Diego can also be seen solo around the LA area performing original music or singing as the bearded duo High Noon Whiskey, supporting the Indie Artist scene.
PS. you might have seen him on TV over the years 😉
Bill Burnett is one of LA’s most respected singer-songwriters. He has written songs and special material for Bette Midler, Patti Lupone, Tim Curry, Dean Stevens, Pebbles Flintstone, Bamm Bamm Rubble and Casper the Friendly Ghost, to name but a few. Like everyone else, Bill was deeply inspired by the celestial songwriting of Leonard Cohen and is honored to be included in this special tribute radio broadcast.
Neil Allesee has a unique sound with roots in rock, alternative, jam, funk, and blues; he has developed a tasteful collection of originals.
Allesee has played over 1,000 gigs in the last 5 years and is recording his 2nd solo album currently. Allesee worked the Chicagoland area for over 10 years playing with several different acts. more Neil Allesee»
Franco Esile grew up in Newburyport, Massachusetts. In his late teens he moved into Boston and hired himself out as a bass player to local bands while taking writing courses at the Harvard Extension night school. He briefly attended the Berklee School of Music and studied privately under Charlie Benacos. He’s written and arranged for his own original bands and also written music for poetical theater, including Life After Motown–produced by Nobel Poet Laureate Derek Walcott and ran for five nights at the Boston University Playwrights Theatre, and Where The Red Road Runs, a Native American perspective of the European settlement of the Americas, which ran for six months in a Cambridge theater. more Franco Esile»