Featured Artist: Kaleido


Kaleido surfaced in Detroit in October 2011 as a powerhouse female fronted rock/pop band. The group fuses heavy hitting rock with fresh, melodically driven pop. Possessing enough torque to change the game and rescue rock & roll, Kaleido is familiar, yet rare. A Molotov cocktail of larger than life personality, passion, real life lyrics, tight musicianship, and an earth shaking live show, Kaleido has become a force to be reckoned with.

In just 2 years Kaleido has created quite the resume with dates on the 2012 & 2013 Van’s Warped Tour, CMJ Music Marathon, dates on the 2013 Rockstar Uproar Festival, lead singer Christina Chriss singing the National Anthem for the Detroit Tigers, Pistons and Red Wings, opening for Kid Rock, Evanescence, The Offspring, Chevelle, Skid
Row, Tesla, Twenty One Pilots, and more. Kaleido was named the 2013 BEST BAND in DETROIT by Real Detroit Weekly, and also won the ‘People’s Choice’ on 89x for 11
consecutive nights, beating big name artists Muse, Jack White, Blink 182, Dropkick Murphys, We Came As Romans, Silverstein & Billy Talent to name a few. Kaleido has gained a very strong and loyal fanbase called the “KaleidoFam”. Kaleido just release their second album entitled, “Unbreakable” available for both download and physical cd.

Featured Artist: Celeste Kellogg


Celeste in my opinion since i Saw her at the Thanksgiving day parade to her live performance is got energy and a style that will be a superstar. She is a amazing singer and i support her career 150%
here is her Bio

Hi my name is Celeste and I’m a Actress, Songwriter and Nashville Recording Artist. Like many kids I started singing in my church and school choirs. It didn’t take long for me to realize this is what I wanted to do. So before I knew it, I was putting myself into every Musical and Talent Show I could find. A few years later I found where Radio Disney was holding auditions for a NEW Tween Pop Group called RD7. I auditioned for the group and lucky for me I made it. The year with Radio Disney was Amazing. We opened for Raven, The Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus and the Cheetah Girls. It didn’t stop there, we also performed an hour long show at the Kelly Clarkson, Addicted To Love Tour.
When Radio Disney came to an end, I decided to start my own group called No Limit. The reason for the name? I wanted to send a message, “That if you work hard, stay true to yourself there is No Limit to what you can do” I would end each show with that statement. I had such a good time with No Limit, we performed in front on thousands each year, including a show on the Aircraft Carrier USS Eisenhower, wow what a treat. It was during my time with No Limit that the group got the attention of Grammy nominee Dave Moody of Elevating Entertainment, hence the movie “No Limit Kids: Much Ado About Middle School” was born and so was my love for acting. Not only was I a singer, choreographer and dancer, now I had become an Actress, and I loved it. I had also become a more of a songwriter…
Coming off the set of “No Limit Kids: Much Ado About Middle School”, I had so many emotions in me. I ended up writing 19 songs. Here are a few you may have heard of Handcuffed To Your Heart, Sophisticated Love Song, The Look and Looking In Your Eyes, they’re all on my debut CD, “This Is Where I Wanna Be”. My song “The Look” actually charted #20 in Germany – Thank You Germany. My music producer? Andrew Lane who I met in LA while attending the School of Pop. Drew is a Multi-Platinum producer with such credits as High School Musical, Hannah Montana, Back Street Boys to name a few. When it came time to record, Drew said “Nashville”. After all, it is where music is made.
So, that’s kinda the gist of how I got started.
This pass year has been amazing, I released my debut CD, Gibson Guitar Endorsed my first Promo Tour and Pop Star Magazine has covered the Tour along the way. I Heart Radio, said I was an artist to watch, I’ve done TV and Radio Appearances, filmed a TV Pilot and yet I get the feeling I’m just getting started.
From the Industry people, I have been told I’m amazing, that I have an amazing tone to my voice, a force to be reckoned with, a rising star, gorgeous, confident, infectious, genuine and that I have IT. I have also been told I’m too young, too pretty, a girl, need more power in my voice, need to work on my breathing, never will make it, ugly, to nasal, it’s harder for girls then guys. What I’m trying to say is regardless of what people say, listen to your inner self, it will lead you in the right direction and never use people to get there, let your God given talents do that for you.
I hope you know me a little bit more now and I hope to see you on the road. Please take time to check out my website and you will see everything this girl has been up to.

Featured Artist: J-Zohar


“Well I hear the music, close my eyes, feel the rhythm – wrap around, take a hold of my heart.”
From:“What a Feeling” Irene Cara

Remember the classic movie Flashdance and its hit theme song, “What a Feeling?” Released in 1983, the romantic film followed the fictional vision quest of Alexandra Owens. Her character chased entrance into a prestigious dance academy with hard work, endurance and dedication. Fast-forward twenty-seven years and you’ll find a real-life version of Flashdance. In the lead role is J-Zohar, a former dancer turned recording artist. Her story is an action-packed creative quest toward the very apex of the world of music.

J-Zohar is an artist who uses her energy and talent just as Alexandra did in Flashdance. And as the quote from the hit states, J-Zohar creates songs that wrap around you and hold of your heart. Her artistic goal is simple. She explains, “I want every person to find their personal story in my songs.” However, within all of her songs are pieces of her own life-story; a musical journey toward self-actualization. Just as in Flashdance, through hard work, training and dedication, J-Zohar “takes her passion, and makes it happen.”

As a child, J-Zohar was a devoted athlete. She was a swimmer and dancer obsessed with performing at the highest levels. However, by her early teens, her love of music and movies was calling her to chase new dreams. Influenced by many artists in a wide-variety of genres, J-Zohar was suddenly nurturing aspirations to become a singer. At the age of fifteen she put aside her dance shoes to pursue the callings of her muses. She explains her epiphany, “I realized I wanted to connect my life to the stage, and make entertainment my life.”

J-Zohar had success in her very first audition for lead singer of a band. She was still in her teens. This early success ignited her desire to perfect her skills. She did this through vocal lessons and studying music in college. During her studies, she learned how to be a choral conductor, how to arrange music, and hone her production skills. The athlete inside of her pushed her as a musician as she knew the importance of practice, dedication and the pursuit of perfection.

Similar to the character Alexandra in Flashdance, J-Zohar’s training and preparation led to competition. She was invited to performance competitions and to take part in music-based TV reality shows. These experiences helped her to develop her vocal skills and stage presence. It would be a victory in one of these competitions that would present her with a chance to work with professional musicians such as singer and songwriter, Alyshen.

Utilizing her own recording studio, J-Zohar set out to record her debut album in 2010. She worked alongside Alyshen and a team of musicians. “We chose Premonition as an album title because it reflected the songs. They are based on a premonition of something good, exciting and unusual,” says J-Zohar. She elaborates. “This was more than just mood music. We added compositions that inspire and motivate.” Indeed, Premonition was packed with emotional power all enhanced by J-Zohar’s vocal abilities and her production and mastering knowledge.

Premonition featured an eclectic mix of addictive melodies. Overall, an electro-pop style pervaded over an urban beat. The twelve tracks were all based in soul and r&b and used unique instruments and storylines. A blend of up-tempo tracks such as “Like I Do” and “I Don’t Want To” were perfectly countered by sultry ballads such as “Stranger” and “Touch My Soul Again.” This allowed J-Zohar’s vocal prowess to shine through with its control and perfect pitch. Throughout Premonition, she used her voice as if an instrument, tuning it to the specific style of the song.

As 2011 approaches, J-Zohar’s vision quest continues with a new album. The creative team that produced Premonition has returned to create fresh material for her next release entitled New Born. New Born will feature a rock and trance base. It will reveal the darker side of her muses. With artistic aggressiveness, she will examine the two sides of the human emotion. J-Zohar gives us a sneak peak, “I was born in the year of the mouse, which symbolizes both a tenacious, yet sensitive side.” New Born will be a rebirth of J-Zohar’s refreshing and invigorating style and the continuation of her creative quest.

J-Zohar is now a long way from the lengthy days of dance practice and swimming competitions that filled her youth. However, she still uses the traits those endeavors taught daily. With hard work, practice and dedication this former dancer continues her creative quest. Instead of dancing to the music, she is now making the music dance. J-Zohar is a real-life Flashdance … what a feeling!

Featured Artist: Stephanie Grace

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A vibrant force on the scene, Stephanie Grace is ready to stake her claim in country music with electrifying vocals, genuinely sweet songs, and an exuberantly fresh personality that is mixed with a dose of attitude, charisma and charm. This 15-year-old is making her dreams come true with determination and vision and not letting anything stand in her way.

With her roots laid down in Douglassville, PA, a small town near Reading and not far from Philadelphia, Stephanie has always been around country music. “Country was literally all I listened to,” remembers this teenage girl. “My parents listened to country radio nonstop and my mom used to play Lorrie Morgan in the car when we were driving to school.”

The passion for singing continued throughout her childhood. “I always loved to sing,” recalls Stephanie. “When I was two, I danced around the house singing Old McDonald into an egg beater over and over. Even when we sat in a circle singing songs in kindergarten, I was always the loudest, even though I was a very shy kid.”

One would never imagine that stage fright once bothered this now sharp performer as she graced the stage with notable acts already including Taylor Swift and Bucky Covington. This shyness went away after her first grade talent show performance of What Dreams Are Made Of (from the Lizzie McGuire movie). “When I told my mom I wanted to sing in this talent show, she couldn’t believe it. I surprised the entire school when I got up there to sing. I loved the adrenaline rush I felt when I was getting off the stage and knew that I could make a living doing something that makes me so happy!”

She continued playing at local restaurants, fairs and carnivals, getting comfortable singing in front of an audience. This paid off when she won Pocono Junior Idol and Kids Country Idol in 2006. It was around this time when she met Al Brock, President of Spin Doctors in Nashville. “He used to work at a local country station. He told me he was moving back to Nashville to start a promotion company and I’d be his first client. It turned out he held true to his word. He has definitely helped jumpstart my career and I can’t thank him enough!”

With a busy schedule traveling, performing, songwriting and visiting radio stations, this vivacious girl is still focused on her education first and foremost. As a sophomore at Boyertown Area District Cyber School, she is no stranger to the difficulties of balancing her personal life with a music career. “Cyber school is very new to me, but I think it will make traveling and focusing on my music a lot easier. Plus, it’s in my school district so I can still participate in activities like field trips and prom. Education is super important to me and I’m glad we found a method that works with my schedule!”

This country songstress now has more than 70 songs in her catalog and dreams of inspiring others through lyrics that frame her daily experiences and casual conversations. Songwriting was something that didn’t come naturally at first, but only a few years after her first attempt; you can’t get her to stop writing. “As an 8 year old, I was a little frustrated because I really didn’t have much to write about. Two years later, school was getting rough and my grandmother passed away. I decided to give it another try, and the words just started flowing.”

With musical influences spanning from Miranda Lambert, LeAnn Rimes, Trisha Yearwood, Adele and Colbie Caillat, she credits her continued success to her loving family and supportive group of friends. “It’s all a girl can ask for. I’ve been very blessed. My parents constantly remind me that the day it’s no longer fun, I don’t have to do it. I have no intention of stopping anytime soon.” Stephanie is aiming high to fulfill her dream, and she knows that working hard will get her there. Her ultimate dream is to perform at the Grand Ole Opry and complete a world tour. “While I can’t be sure what the future holds, I know that as long as I’m singing country music, I’ll be living my dream!”

Featured Artist: Codie Prevost


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Hold onto your seats, it’s about to “Get Loud”. This two-time S.C.M.A. ‘Fans Choice Entertainer of the Year’ will deliver a performance guaranteed to knock your socks off.
Building on the momentum from his first two award winning albums “The Road Ahead” (2005) and “Spin 6-PAK Vol. I” (2008), Codie Prevost has just launched his highly anticipated third album, “Get Loud”. An exciting change for Prevost this time around was having the opportunity to work with one of Canada’s top producers, Tom McKillip in Vancouver, who captured his unique style and sound. The lead off single/video “Rolling Back To You” climbed to the top 30 on the BDS chart and the video got heavy rotation on CMT. The 2nd single/video “Standing Still” has just been released to CMT/radio and is gaining momentum.
With Main Stage performances at the Craven Country Fest, Manitoulin Country Fest, the Havelock Country Jamboree & Dauphin Countryfest already under his belt, 2011 promises to be an exciting year. Named “Countries newest sensation” by ET Canada Prevost has been invited to perform at Prairie Scene in Ottawa and will be making his European debut with a performance in France at the Country Bike Festival in Tours as part of the Canadian Country Music Night.
His live performances consistently captivate his audiences, treating them to upbeat and feel-good singles like “Rolling Back To You”, “Next Weekend”, “Not Just The Beer Talkin” & “Spin”, named “Country Song of the Year” at the 9th Annual Independent Music Awards to sincere ballads including “Call Me When You Get There”, and the infamous tear jerker “I’m Okay”.
Gracing the stage with boundless energy and passion, and conveyed with a genuine and non-assuming presence, Codie Prevost has been a much sought-after act ever since he kick started his music career in 2005.
So amp up your 2011 by checking out Codie Prevost and his

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