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Tom's music continues to stand at the forefront of LGBTQ equality and arts. His newest music video "Lover" tackled DADT head on and was recently featured in The Advocate, Out.com, Towleroad and AfterElton. His previous two videos climbed to the top of MTV LOGO's "The Click List". Beyond music videos, Tom received the 2009 Pride In The Arts award for "Favorite Male Musician" & his 2009 album "BackTo Love" was voted best album of the year by independent NYC based radio station "Radio Crystal Blue" and was spun nationally on over 250 radio stations.
Hailing from Augusta GA (Home of the late Godfather of Soul, James Brown), Dee Hemingway is the quintessential entertainer. In fact, she is the total package. Never one to slow down on a musical opportunity, Dee is a dramatic, soulful mezzo-soprano vocalist who can sing darn near any style of music. From classic rock, jazz, R&B, gospel to blues....she has worked on her craft by studying her many music idols.
She teaches vocal instruction at ROCK BOTTOM MUSIC in Augusta, GA.
She is Program Director for CONFEDERATION OF LOUDNESS, an Internet radio music program about music in the Augusta/Central Savannah River area.
Dee has been recognized for her efforts by LOKAL LOUDNESS (supporting the lokal music community at-large), Augusta Renaissance, Garden City Jazz, The Greater Augusta Arts Council ...and other community organizations that support the Fine Arts.
She N She fills your ears with an organic coalescing of folk/rock/blues/alternative that continues to enlist new fans where ever they play. Even distinguishing their originals from a plethora of eclectic covers can be challenging as these three have found a wonderful way of making each one their very own. With her acoustic guitar and commanding vocals veteran singer/songwriter, Brandy Douglas, seems to have stuck just the right chord with this mellifluous triumvirate inviting the musical talents of Drea Suarez on vocals and acoustic guitar and Kate Anderson on acoustic bass and backing vocals. vocals. Together they are on a journey to disseminate their love for live music as well as their universal message of equality to not only the members of their own LGBT community, but to everyone who appreciates impeccable vocal harmony and just plain good music.
Josh Zuckerman is not your typical rock star. While exemplifying the perfect star quality, he continues to carry a message about being true to one's self. Raised in St. Louis, Missouri, a music town in its own right, Josh developed his first love for music. At the age of eight he was introduced to violin, which he studied for the next five years. About this time, Josh's interest in music drifted to rock’n roll. After unsatisfied gigs in several cover bands, Josh decided to write his own music. Inspired by the sounds of the east coast, Josh relocated to New Jersey where he continued to compose his melodies and lyrics.
Josh has integrated his world life experiences to a fresh music style that is ready to explode the alternative pop markets. He has performed alongside such notables as, Macy Gray, The Indigo Girls, Sophie B. Hawkins, Joan Jett and many more.
Josh and his band have donated much of their musical talents performing for many charitable events including the American Red Cross, HRC for kids in NYC, 4-H for kids, Relay for Life (a breast cancer benefit), The Matthew Shepard Foundation, The Robert Mapplethorpe Residence and The Rivington House for people affected by HIV and many others.