Artists

 
Aster Pheonyx Aster Pheonyx, 22, a New Jersey native, came onto the music scene with an acoustic guitar in the middle of 2006. After starting out at local coffee house open mics, in 2009 Pheonyx had made her way to NY, PA and TN. She made a name for herself in Asbury Park by playing the Saint and the Stone Pony.Aster Pheonyx
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Bill Easley Bill Easley has had a diversified career, as a professional musician. He joined musicians union, Local 115, in 1959, so 2009 marks the 50th year of his professional career. Bill represents the fourth generation of a family dedicated to music.Bill Easley read more
Chris Chianelli Chris Chianelli was born in Mineola, New York. He was a radio control expert, television personality and host of The Radio Control Show from Air Age Media which was broadcast bi-weekly on www.rccaraction.com and www.modelairplanenews.com and covered all aspects of R/C cars, boats, planes and helicopters, with information ranging from the basics of R/C to tips for the most seasoned pros. read more
Dead Elvi The Dead Elvi were formed back in 1993 by Kevin Clement and Chris Palmerini to play at the Chiller Theatre Convention. What started as something to do on a Saturday Night has lasted 17 years so far. read more
Father Divine The music of the band Father Divine is a melting pot of diverse cultures, ideals, and aesthetics. Founded by Joe Ferrara (aka Father Divine) in 2000, the band's sound is a bold look into the depth and potential that music truly can have. Father Divine
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Mixed Signals The Mixed Signals: Like three bolts of pulsating lightning transmitting from a sacred radio tower, Swami, G.I. Jones, & Money Earnin’ Therlin flash before our brave musical universe; illuminating our senses with “a new, old school sound,” an Alternative Rock, with Soul.The Mixed Signals - The Mixed Signals read more
Nasty Ned Nasty Ned is a veteran roots-rockin' blues man who celebrates the music while enjoying a career that has put him on some of the hottest stages with the coolest cats and kittens in the world. Nasty Ned read more
Reuben Wilson Reuben Wilson was one of many soul-jazz organists to emerge in the late '60s, but he was one of only a handful of new organists from that era to be signed to Blue Note. Between 1968 and 1971, he recorded five sessions for the label.Reuben Wilson read more
Vince Ector Vincent Ector hails from the musical city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he attended the University of Pennsylvania. Trained in Music beginning at age nine through GAMP, a music magnet school in Philadelphia that also enabled him to study at Temple University while still a junior high school student.Bob Ferrel trombone, Dwayne Burno bass, Eddie Henderson trumpet, Jay Collins, John Dimartino piano & Vince Ector - Rhythm Master read more