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Black Bottom Lighters
Reggae | Phoenix, AZ
The Black Bottom Lighters started making music in 2010. Influenced heavily by reggae-rock, hip-hop, and other genres native to the west coast, the seven-piece band released their debut EP in late 2012 and are planning their first full-length album for 2014. Get a taste of their Sublime-influenced sound in "Right Time."
The Charlie Rogers Band crafts music with the sounds of country, classic rock, and pop, following in the footsteps of artists like Keith Urban and Jason Aldean. "Country In My Veins" conveys the band's country roots and love for their Nashville home.
Singer-songwriter Julie McCloud's passion for songwriting and performing stems from her beginnings as a Broadway performer. Julie writes uplifting songs to spread messages of love and hope, encompassed in the ballad, "Let's Be There."
Justine Dorsey's honest, breathy folk-pop captivates audiences, winning her two nominations for the 2013 LA Music Awards and a semi-finalist spot in the 2013 Unsigned Music Competition. Justine is currently in the midst of finishing her upcoming EP aptly titled "Under Construction."
James Ethan Clark is a tough musician with an authentic blues-rock sound. After earning a spot on the 10th season of American Idol, James returned home to finish his first full-length album, which won acclaim with critics from its raw, emotive, and soulful music and lyrics.
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