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Wild Strawberries

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Wild Strawberries is a Canadian pop band made up of married couple Roberta Carter-Harrison (vocals) and Ken Harrison, who are also, respectively, a physiotherapist and a doctor by trade. Over the years the Harrison's have built up a significant and loyal fan base, beginning with their self-released indie cassette "Carving Wood Spectacles" and subsequently their 1992 debut CD, Grace. 1993 EP, "Life Sized Marilyn Monroe", was the perfect precursor to their follow-up breakthrough album, "Bet You Think I'm Lonely". Both albums spawned title track hit singles, the latter garnering them a Juno nomination for Best New Band. After signing to Nettwerk in 1995, and seeing their album "Heroine" hit gold, the Wild Strawberries found themselves in a whirlwind of mainstream success, with more radio hits, an intense tour schedule (incl.

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Kirsty Hawkshaw

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At a rave event in 1991 she was noticed by producers Opus 111, It was through this meeting that they would form a Dance act called Opus III. Their first single, “It’s A Fine Day” from their debut album Mind Fruit was an international smash and hit #1 on Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in 1992. They also had another US #1 hit on the Dance chart in 1994 with “When You Made The Mountain” from their second and last album Guru Mother. The album outsold Prince and Madonna in 1992 in Japan.

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Shelly Poole

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If you’re passing a recording studio in London and you catch some warm, tuneful music and a peal of happy laughter floating on the breeze, chances are you’ve just heard Shelly Poole. Soon you’ll be hearing a lot more from this exciting British female artist, who is producing some of the most honest and beautiful recordings since the heyday of classic singer-songwriters in the 1960s and 70s. Shelly’s extraordinary songs – numbers like “Totally Underwater” and “A Hard Time For The Dreamer” - have already confounded musicologists and sonic detectives. The acclaimed pop poetess known as Shelly Poole, who hails from a family just as musical as the Von Trapps in The Sound of Music, was raised on a banquet of cool sounds from Dusty Springfield to Prince, Simon & Garfunkel to Dr Dre.

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Mavie Marcos

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Mavie Marcos is an American singer and songwriter currently residing near San Francisco, California. As part of Andain, Mavie Marcos has performed on and helped compose songs for an album entitled You Once Told Me. Prior to the release of You Once Told Me, Marcos performed on and helped compose three well-known singles: "Summer Calling", "Beautiful Things" and "Promises". The three singles have spawned dozens of mixes and been included on several compilations including by Tiësto. Mavie Marcos is a classically trained vocalist, and has performed pieces such as the aria Queen of the Night from Mozart's Magic Flute. Marcos has also performed on stage in musicals including Pirates of Penzance, West Side Story, and The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Up until 1999, when she moved to San Francisco, Marcos used her musical talents in the arena of classical music.

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Ramon Ibanga

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The world of hip-hop is as competitive as ever, and nowhere is that truer than among producers, one of the few lucrative positions left in the market. !llmind doesn’t let that get him down as he believes to "Reach for the stars, and the sky can never be your limit.". This is extremely apparent with !llmind as he has thoroughly thrown himself into the music business. He has produced songs with 50 Cent (Queens, Make A Movie, All His Love), Ludacris, LL Cool J, and even The Jabbawockeez (America's Best Dance Crew season 1 Champs). Since then he's released multiple full-length albums along with his own full-length instrumental album called "Beh!nd The Curta!n".

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Enton Mushi

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Since his early childhood, Enton's love for music has been the force behind his creativity and continues to fuel him to produce incredible works or art. For almost a decade now he has been a music producer working behind the scenes with musicians and other producers from all walks of life, but now he has turned his focus on stepping into the limelight himself with his own electronic music productions. His discipline, work ethic, and unquenchable thirst always push him to strive for perfection and channel his creativity to reveal itself to the world whether it be through his music productions, live performances, mixing in the studio or helping other artists write and produce new music. He has earned support from Tiesto, Above & Beyond, Judge Jules, Armin Van Buuren, Markus Schulz, Gareth Emery, Andy More, Matt Darey, tyDi, Blank & Jones, Cosmic Gate, and Kyau & Albert.

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Chelcee Grimes

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Chelcee Grimes is a true future superstar. In her early teens, Liverpool born Chelcee combined her songwriting and musical development with being one of the best young strikers at Liverpool FC where, by the age of 17, she had become their record goal scorer. With offers to turn pro, she was faced with a crossroads for her dedication and there could be only one winner – music. Soon after, Chelcee was unknowingly entered into Juice FM’s Search for a Star. Performing for the first time the actual first song she ever wrote, she won the competition and soon signed to Sony/RCA. Chelcee then embarked on two years of intensive development on and off stage. Consistently writing brilliant urban-tinged pop songs packed with hooks and lyrical twists, she has shared the stage with everyone from Tinie Tempah to Jessie J (and even sang a duet with Jessie at a recent Liverpool show).

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Archertown

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Archertown is an American country music duo made up of newlyweds Natalie and Kyle Archer. After growing up on different sides of the United States, a chance meeting in a New York City recording studio elevator started their journey together to the place they now call Archertown. Their sound is a fresh take on contemporary country music, which has opened the door for collaborations with writers such as Brett James, Luke Laird, Chris Lindsey, Nathan Chapman, O.A.R., Ron Aniello and many more Nashville notables. Natalie (Distler) has also had success as an actress, starring in the Emmy nominated FX television series “Rescue Me” as Denis Leary’s daughter Colleen Gavin. The duo now resides in Nashville, TN, where they are signed to Nettwerk One Music for publishing and are writing for their own upcoming project as well as for other artists. They are thrilled to be following their dreams together.

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Andy Hill

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Andy Hill is an award winning songwriter and record producer. His first hit was 1981’s Eurovision Song Contest winner “Making Your Mind Up,” recorded by Bucks Fizz. His most recent was the UK No 5 hit “Walks Like Rihanna,” recorded by The Wanted. In the intervening years Andy has written for artists including Diana Ross, Cher, Cliff Richard, Westlife, Boyzone, Four Seasons, Leo Sayer, Susan Boyle, Queen, Peter Cetera, Il Divo, Bette Midler, The Sisters Of Mercy, and Ronan Keating. His song for Celine Dion “Think Twice,” was Number 1 in numerous countries (including the UK), sold more than one million copies and topped the chart for seven weeks. Andy’s co-writers include Gary Barlow, Wayne Hector, Albert Hammond, Peter Sinfield and, recently Norwegian duo, Electric. His songs have sampled by many different artists, including Eminem.

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Winterpills

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Winterpills are an indie rock band from Northampton, Massachusetts, United States. The band consists of Philip Price, Flora Reed, Dave Hower, Dennis Crommett and Brian Akey, sometimes joined on tour and in studio by José Ayerve, Max Germer and Henning Ohlenbusch. As veteran musicians of the Northampton indie music scene, the five members of Winterpills formed from a group of friends "hanging out at Dennis [Crommett]'s house" into a band in the winter of 2003. They began playing out regionally in New England the following spring, and released their eponymous album in 2005. Garnering comparisons to The Byrds, Simon and Garfunkel, and Elliott Smith Winterpills was received warmly by critics, and landed in the Top 100 for both iTunes and Amazon.com. The band carved out a sound characterized by acoustic folk-pop, male-female harmonies, and melancholic songwriting by Price.

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