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Jesus On The Mainline: A fifteen piece rag-tag group of New York's finest young musicians, Jesus On The Mainline has played to sold-out crowds since their inception in the late summer of 2012. Led by GRAMMY-nominated musician Andrew Neesley, their music is reminiscent of The Black Keys, Mumford and Sons, The Black Crowes, with a dash of Joe Cocker and Janis Joplin for good measure. Listen for their epic soul cover of Nirvana's "Lithium" and the striking original songs of Andrew Neesley and Tim Emmerick.
Hudson Hank: Hudson Hank is a five piece band conceived and brought to life by songwriter/arranger/multi instrumentalist, Sammy Oatts. Their upcoming album, produced by Coldplay bassist, Guy Berryman, offers a rich sampling of ambient melody and dark, yet subtle arrangements that hearken back to their roots in the Hudson Valley.
Heylady: Birthed from a shared cab-ride back from JFK, Heylady is a soul/funk sonic explosion based in Brooklyn, NY. Fronted by the earthy, soulful voice of Nina Zeitlin, Heylady consists of Dave Cohen (vocals/keys), Josh Green (guitarist), Michael DeVellis (sax/flute/violin/ewi), Daniel Gould (drums), and Jake Leschinsky (bass). Debuting in 2009, they have played all over the northeast, sharing the stage with bands like George Clinton & The Parliament Funkadelic, Rebirth Brass Band, The Motet, Breakestra, and many others. Following the 2011 release of a self-produced EP, Heylady’s debut full-length album ‘About Time’ was released in May of 2013 to much critical acclaim, and is dedicated to the incredible donors responsible for the band’s successful Kickstarter campaign. Infused with vibrant melodies, tight harmonic vocals, and a lot of love, this collection of 11 distinct tracks is only the beginning for the colorful Brooklyn sextet.
Pete Ayres Band: NYC based singer-songwriter Pete Ayres is a hybrid of musical styles. Pete’s overall sound showcases a smooth vocal timbre while also exhibiting stylistic elements of Soul and R&B in the Pop music genre. His band is dynamic to watch because of their interplay and spontaneity; each member of the group calls upon improvisational techniques to weave together a unique sound while preserving the integrity of Pete’s upbeat originals