Jessica Lewis – Jessica Lewis was born and raised in the NYC area. She began playing piano at 5 years old, and started writing songs at 14. After graduating high school, Jessica attended Berklee College of Music in Boston where she studied piano, voice, and songwriting. Now splitting time between Providence, RI and NYC, Jessica is performing around town; solo and with her band. She also collaborates with Duotone Audio Group, and records at Stolen Moments Music Studio and C James Studio.
Royce Lovett – Seven years ago an underground MC, Soup the Chemist, influenced a high school freshman to trade his polyphonic hip-hop beats and predictable lyrics for a more organic, thought provoking music taste. At that time, he was following a trend of mainstream zombies, but some inspiration from hand-me-down sounds, compliments of one of his long time friends, allowed Royce Lovett to spark his voyage as a self-managed artist.
Royce’s sound is categorized in his own personalized genre “cerebral-soul.” He says his music makes people tap into their intellect. “Music can motivate you to change, get into your mind and into your soul,” Royce says. “It’s a ripple effect from one place to another.” He commonly uses this motivation in performances by involving the crowd, and making fans feel in touch with the music. Whether it’s a simple snap or “getting lost in the music” Royce makes his audience a part of the music.
Briana White- “The passion can easily be heard bursting through her vocals. She has an excellent vocal range and her songs all have a great, catchy rhythm.”
Kacey Quinn - I’m a 16 year old teenager from RI. My favorite thing to do is play my guitar, I received 2nd in the Jazz allstate compition in 2006, and 7th in the Senoir devision in 2007. I bet out all the 10 graders and most of the juniors, so maybe next year I’ll get in the 1 – 3 range. I’m in 2 bands, Kc and the side projects and The Wall.