I have been so fortunate to work with so many talented, up and coming independent artists. Check out some of the bands below and give them some support!!!
1 Echo 1
Hailing from Harrisburg Pennsylvania. 1 Echo 1 is a 5 piece rock band with huge hooks, infectious melodies, and uplifting lyrics.
Guaranteed to capture your attention with a perfect mix of hard hitting guitars and powerful keyboards. Don’t pass up a chance to hear one of the most unique sounding bands of today.
Check out the song Fading Dark
We are the first nationally recognized all wounded warrior band called, Vetted (formerly Warrior Spirit Band ) .The band is comprised of all combat wounded warriors from Iraq, and Afghanistan. We travel the US playing on military bases, veteran’s functions, and various festivals. The idea was started in 2009 by wounded warrior, and drummer SSG (ret) Paul Delacerda. Since it inception, Vetted has played across the country from east coast to west coast. We share our love of music, by presenting our story through lyrics and sound. Vetted has done so much for our men and women of the armed forces that have sacrificed their ability to lead a normal life after being wounded, or disabled in combat. Vetted helps bring selected veteran outreach programs to spotlight and raise awareness of struggles our warriors go through when transitioning home and re-acclimating to a normal life.
check out this song- Dear Mom
Favor The Fall
Favor The Fall is a young driven group of musicians that are quickly making a name for themselves in the Midwest. Formed in Spring of 2012 and based in Western Wisconsin, Favor The Fall has spent the last two years honing in on their own original sound. Blending various influences throughout the rock genre, they have created the perfect mix of powerful heavy riffs, gripping vocals, and flowing dynamics which you can’t help being drawn into.
Co-Wrote and produced the 3 song ep United As One
About: Red Rising is a 4 piece teen rock band from Philadelphia.
The Small Town Titans
Co-Wrote 4 songs on their new ep From Flight to Fight
About: The Small Town Titans hail from the York, PA area and have set out to achieve greatness from day one by not playing it safe. What started out as a simple jam session blossomed into a rock n’ roll band that wows every single person in attendance everywhere they go. Drawing comparisons to Avenged Sevenfold, Soundgarden, Rage Against the Machine, and Shinedown to name a few, they have won over a very diverse crowd of rock fans spanning anywhere from age 8 to 60 thanks to sharing the stage with the likes of Pop Evil, Saving Abel, Otherwise, Foxy Shazam, Nonpoint, and many others. From Flight To Flight is an album that runs the gamut musically and lyrically. The songs go from modern rock, to double bass drum fueled metal, to acoustic guitar driven ballads and the blues. Lyrical subject matter covers every emotion possible, but with a theme of being able to overcome whatever life throws at us. It is the strongest message the band believes in.
Snake Skin Prison
Co-wrote with Matt Noveskey (Blue October) and Matt Ballenge (Snake Skin Prison) and co-produced with Noveskey the lead track “Come & Take It” from the Snake Skin Prison ep Smokin’ Whiskey.
New Day Dawn
Produced the tracks “Whatever It Takes” and “Life Impossible” working with engineer Shane Moore for New Day Dawn’s release Rise Above This
Scivelation (previously known as Salvation) is a third-person shooter being developed by TopWare Interactive and Ukrainian developer, Black Wing Foundation for Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Although the game is not scheduled for release until 2014 the music was reviewed by the popular online video game site “Destructoid”
Scivelation: TopWare page
“While meeting with TopWare Interactive to discuss their upcoming sci-fi shooter, Scivelation, all I was actually shown of the game was its logo. But what I heard of the game brought an interesting surprise. Accompanying the logo on screen was a dramatic, layered orchestral track. Very fitting for Scivelation‘s post-apocalyptic setting, it was moody and rather beautiful.
Then I was told that it was composed by John Moyer, bassist of the metal band Disturbed, and my mind was blown. TopWare’s PR Director Vincent Harding explained that Moyer has been working closely with the developers, receiving key assets and drawing upon them for inspiration in creating the music.
I honestly never would have guessed. I don’t typically doubt the capability of musicians to expand into other styles and genres of music because it’s kind of a stupid thing to do. Everyone likes to experiment, after all, and you don’t get into playing music professionally without a love for it. Just goes to show you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover.”-Conrad Zimmerman