THE DUCHESS JUREESA
Jureesa La’ Twon born February 20, 1982 was raised in Port Gibson/ Pattison, Mississippi area. “The Duchess” as many know her is a small town country town girl with big dreams, big heart, full of talent and a gift for music.
I have been influenced by so many great artist many who are in Soul Heaven but still so many who are still standing thank all of these great artist because they have left me with a lot to sing and write about but most of all they have shown me how it should be done.
I am so inspired and thankful to these awesome artists without them my inspiration would possibly not be where it is today. I pride myself as a true down home Southern Soul Blues artist/ songwriter/ entertainer waiting for the world to sit back, listen and enjoy the expressions of my soul. It does not matter to me how big or small the crowd; the show must go on giving 100%.
My love for music and the desire to share drives me to be the best.
Booking and Info contact :
(Silver) Shirley McBride, Management Team
J.S.S Records & Silver Duchess Entertainment
501 Fairways Drive #3 B
Vicksburg, MS 39183
Dreamboogie are a modern Blues band. The line up is Rebecca Davey (vocals), Sam Buckley (guitar), Connor O'Neill (bass) and Robert B Dillon (drums).
They aim to present a version of the Blues that builds upon the history and traditions of the genre, yet create a sound that is relevant to today.
They are the 2011 Blues Performer's of the Year (Melbourne, Australia). In 2012 they travelled to Memphis USA to compete in the International Blues Challenge
Black Market Music
GPO Box 4832
Melbourne VIC 3001
Phone - +613 9642 2877
Carl T. Vreeland (aka Uncle Carl) has gained a great deal of experience over the years working with some of the most renowned artists/bands in pop, rock & roll, & R&B history.
As either a guitarist, bassist, pianist, drummer, bandleader or sideman, Carl has toured and performed the world with such artists as Dion, Little Anthony & the Imperials, Gary U.S. Bonds, Sam Moore (Sam & Dave), Ben E. King, Leslie Gore, and Connie Francis.
As a songwriter/composer, his music has been placed in a number of TV shows including MTV's Room Raiders, Jersey Shore, Diary of Johnny Knoxville, E! Network's Gastineau Girls, The Oprah Winfrey Show and The Dr. Oz Show. Carl's songs can also be found in such films as “Graduation” starring Chris Marquette, Adam Arkin, and Huey Lewis and "Trust The Man" starring Julianne Moore and David Duchovny.
Carl wrote and cowrote two of the featured songs in the film "Trust The Man" which were also included on the movie's soundtrack with the likes of Ben Harper and Rachel Yamagata, among others.
Carl T. Vreeland
From an early age I have always been driven by the goal to achieve as much as I possibly could, during that same time my granddaddy was a huge influence in my life. He was obsessed with the blues coming from the Caribbean he was soaked in Calypso, Mento, Blues and Reggae.
I have been singing in various blues bands since the age of 20 building my confidence, listening and exploring different styles of blues whilst finding my own voice and style. I am now at the grand old age of 35 and have been running my own blues band projects for the last 6 years with my biggest achievement to date performing at the legendry Glastonbury Music Festival last year and being asked to sing again this year.
As a singer all thoughts and emotions have to be portrayed, I live and breathe the blues and always feel my childhood links when I sing it. Some of my main influences so far have been Muddy Waters, Albert King, BB King and Buddy Guy to name just a few! The dream is to make a living as a Blues Artist and to be able to contribute to having the blues listened to by modern ears so the next generation can keep it alive and growing.
21 City View Apartments, Chancery Street, Lawrence Hill, Bristol, England, BS5 0AA
Mobile - +44 7890681880
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Band page - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kirris-Riviere-Blues-Band/157697010870?ref=hl
Born and raised in Marion,Ind I fell in love with music around the age of five and have been singing since then. I started playing the saxophone in the seventh grade.While in the Army, and stationed in Germany, I joined a band called Mellow Maddness, where I sang and played in the horn section.
After returning to the states, I went to Detroit College of Business receiving my bachelor's degree, but all along trying to bring out the music inside of me. Accepting Jesus at the age of ten, I have always enjoyed gospel music and tried to write gospel music in the traditional way.
But as I got, and get closer to God, he lets me know that it is ok to praise, worship, and give him all the glory through the music and words that he puts on my heart.
Every note, and every lyric on this CD is from God, he just used me because it's MY TIME. I love the Lord, or more importantly he loves me, because without him this CD would not have been possible".
address: 3217 Dania court,Fort Wayne, Indiana 46806
Music has always been a part of his life. Growing up, Theodis says this life-long love affair with music began when he lived on Highway 61 on the other side of the road from Miss Willie Mae's Juke Joint.
"I would just sit on the steps and listen to the sounds coming from there", the heart and soul of the Blues. Since leaving Mississippi, Theodis always carried the "Mississippi Juke Joint Spirit" with him through his music.
As one of 11 children in his family, Theodis wanted to travel the world and the U.S. Air Force provided the opportunity. During his military tour of service, Theodis was stationed in Hawaii for 6 years and then moved to Oakland, California before making Atlanta, Georgia his permanent home.
Still holding strong to his Mississippi roots, Theodis played guitar with such notable artists as Little Milton, Johnny Clyde Copeland, Richard "Dimples" Fields, the Blues Brothers and the 'legendary' Charles Brown. This musical journey enabled Theodis to generate a personal style based upon his love of diverse music -- blues, country, soul and rock
Rhythm and Blues, Soul and Pop is the way MRK2 describes his musical tastes, growing up in the UK his spare time was spent looking for imports from America from the likes of Al Jarreau, Hall & Oates, Robert Cray etc.
It was more of a way of life than a hobby!
The hours spent trawling the record shops has now been replaced by hours on the internet but the search is still for the same type of music, as he says 'Musically you could say I've never grown up, soul is in my blood!'
Now he writes his own brand of the music he loves the likes of 'Momma!' is a prime example 'got a kind of retro vibe', Blackstreet springs to mind!
mobile: +44 (0) 7540 836948
Paul Trugman: Guitars and Vocals Founder and main songwriter for Helmetboy, critically acclaimed (Billboard, Cashbox & Record World) Los Angeles based band on Electra/Asylum Records.
Managed by Freddy Demann (Michael Jackson and Madonna) the band included members of Styx, Three Dog Night, and the hit show Beatlemania. Paul also has released 2 Paul Trugman CDs.
Jeff Nassi: Drums and Vocals Jeff’s extensive recording and touring resume includes his own bands, Room with a View and Magi, along with various recording artists, such as Meredith Brooks and Karie Hillery.
While touring North America, Jeff has had the opportunity to play a variety of musical styles that he infuses into the feel of Invisible Eddie
Drink Small (born January 28, 1933) is an African American soul blues and electric blues guitarist, singer, and songwriter. He is known as the 'Blues Doctor', and has been influenced by gospel and country music and Blind Boy Fuller. Small was born in Bishopville, South Carolina, United States.
He was self taught on the guitar and organized a local gospel group, the Six Stars. He had eclectic musical influences including Tennessee Ernie Ford, Merle Travis, John Lee Hooker and Fats Domino.
He was rated as one of the best gospel guitarists in the 1950s, before he turned his attention to secular music later in that decade. In 1959, he released the single "I Love You Alberta" on Sharp Records. Small had a long career, recording spasmodically for small record labels, before issuing six albums between 1990 and 2008. He recorded dirty blues tracks such as "Tittie Man and "Baby, Leave Your Panties Home", with more righteous offerings such as "The Lord Been Good to Me".
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KENI ST. LEWIS
Keni St Lewis’ credentials as a songwriter are impressive to say the least. His first platinum record was BOOGIE FEVER (The Sylvers) followed by HOT LINE (The Sylvers), HEAVEN MUST BE MISSING AN ANGEL (Tarvares), MEMORY LANE (Minnie Ripperton), SUPERLOVE (Johnny Gill), FAREWELL MY SUMMER LOVE (Michael Jackson), and on and on with hits on The Spinner, The O’Jay, Peaches and Herb.....
A wonderful characteristic of Keni’s songs are their popularity not just in the R&B genre but world wide with recordings and excellent sales in Japan and Europe earning Keni international exposure as a writer and stature within the industry. Keni St Lewis continues as a freelance writer quoted as saying” Los Angeles is the perfect environment for creating.”
1 Platinum Record--BOOGIE FEVER
6 Gold Records--BOOGIE FEVER
HEAVEN MUST BE MISSING AN ANGEL
PLAYERS ANTHEM SOUNDTRACK
CONSPIRACY ALBUM CHARLIES ANGEL
FILM / TV CREDENTIALS
Despicable Me--Boogie Fever Roll and Bounce--Boogie Fever Charles Angels --Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel Intel--Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel Huggies Diapers --Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel