Reggie King Sears, Emanuel Casablanca, David Brown
Reggie Sears (born April 12, 1991) is an American recording artist, vocalist, multi-instrumentalist musician and record producer, and a former child prodigy guitarist known for his songs “Dirty Dancer”, “Dip My Dipper”, and “You Betrayed Me”.
Emanuel Casablanca is an American guitarist and singer-songwriter from Brooklyn, New York.Casablanca has supported an array of performers. He has worked with producer, Bill Laswell (most known for Herbie Hancock, Buckethead, etc). He has also worked with drummer Daxx Nielsen, of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s, Cheap Trick, Bernard Fowler (singer for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s, Rolling Stones), Doug Wimbish of Grammy Award winning band, Living Colour and many more.
David Brown Drawing on his southern roots and turbulent past, he delivers a raw energy and sense of honest emotion in his performances. Heavily influenced by a wide variety of early to mid-20th century blues, folk, and rock musicians, David has developed an eclectic and original style full of passion and a touch of chaos reflective of his own internal struggle. David’s powerful vocal performances and soulful guitar solos leave audiences riveted.