Folk | Americana
LA Music Critics claim that Washington State native, Alex Mabey, has arrived as the new voice in folk/Americana music. With notes of ghostly cello, present and soaring vocals she draws listeners of all ages. While independently releasing four albums, and performing around the country for ten years, she has also opened for the likes of Amy Grant, Craig Morgan, Sara Evans and Wynonna Judd. Her songs and stories satisfy a truth that this generation craves.
Canadian-raised, his EP hit Number One on his country’s overall iTunes chart and was streamed over 3 million times in the first 6 weeks, with no promotion. Subsequently, the lead track earned a coveted spot on SiriusXM’s tastemaker program “On the Horizon” for 24 consecutive weeks.
Reggae | Roots | R&B
HaleAmanO dominates the Las Vegas market when it comes to Live shows. The bands amazing blend of harmonies combined with solid musical roots creates a show you don't want to miss.
Kalsey Kulyk has enjoyed a lifelong passion for music. Mixing effortlessly rich and bright vocals, with lyrics you feel in the guts, makes her sound both fresh and familiar, and perfectly honed for country music. True to the roots of the genre and Kulyk’s calling, her self-titled EP released August 2019, delivers impeccable songwriting, classic upbeat country, and heartfelt ballads, including singles “More Time”, “Bad Liar” and the most recent, “Damn You Love”. Since the EP’s release, Kalsey has seen her engagement soar, doubling her following on social media and being heard on at least 40 country radio stations across Canada.
One thing that has been important throughout Anya’s life has been helping others and though art, she has been able to do so. Some charities and benefits she has been proud to contribute to either by painting live or donating a piece are masks for “Unmasking the Mind”, for Innovations International Charter School, The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, The Children’s Specialty Center of Nevada, Cirque Couture, and Celebrate Las Vegas Artists for Autism, and the Wyland Foundation just to name a few. As an artist, she believes that she really can make a difference and she hopes to continue to do so for years to come.