Christian singing group booking for the next 2 years. Gospel sounds duet is a full time national touring Christian singing, evangelistic team. We book 7 days a week on the east coast. We do 150 programs a year in churches, salvation armies, arenas, Christian venues. We travel on a (((DONATION))) basis, food, lodging. Our music is a mix of God's word, testimony, audience participation, traditional country, southern gospel, contemporary praise and worship. We book 1 year in advance. Call today.
Aces 'n Eights was formed by Brad Buchner and George Gutch in 1996 - with a commitment to play the broadest variety of classic and contemporary country music, using traditional country instruments. The current Aces 'n Eights lineup is: Brad Buchner - Lead Vocals, Guitars; George Gutch - Fiddle, Accordion, Banjo, Keyboards, Harmonica, Lead and Backing Vocals; Paul Furner - Drums and Backing Vocals; Tony Bielut - Bass, Keyboards, Backing Vocals; Jerry Manley - Steel Guitar, Guitar, Mandolin.
We are Tainted Paradise. We were Formed In January Of 2006. Lead singer Russell LoPresti, Lead Guitarist Daryl Brown and Dan Freundt from Lehighton formed to put together Tainted Paradise. Early March Kean Straube then joined the band as bass player..We are Currently Working On Some New Stuff.
Kellie Lynne was born and raised in Lower Burrell, located northeast of Pittsburgh on the Allegheny River that rolls through the scenic wooded hills of Southwestern Pennsylvania. Kellie Lynne's music has been inspired by its blue collared working class people. Kellie has been influenced by many country music artists including Patsy Cline, Reba McIntire, Faith Hill, Shania Twain and Martina McBride. Performing on stage since age seven, Kellie credits a second grade talent show with pointing the way to her current career path. That was her first big breakout performance, singing I Will Always Love You, made popular by country music icon Dolly Parton. As Kellie grew musically throughout her early school years, she also became interested in stage performance and soon was actively involved singing, acting and dancing in high school and public theaters. The summer before her senior year Kellie and her family made the tracked to Atlanta, GA, where Kellie auditioned for American Idol. Kellie also has television and film experience. One of her many memorable experiences included traveling to Baltimore, MD., and being filmed as a featured extra on the Warner Brothers television series, Young Americans, She has also been featured in several television commercials. During her senior year, Kellie recorded her first demo with Pittsburgh Producer, Songwriter Bob Corbin from the Corbin and Hanner Duo. After graduating high school, Kellie went on to pursue musical theater at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where she was on the Dean's list. Kellie's first love is singing, and so she called home from college one evening to talk to her parents about leaving school to pursue her dream as a music artist. In pursuit of her dream, Kellie Lynne headed for Nashville TN. Kellie recorded her second demo at Evergreen Studio on Music Row, produced by Dennis Money. While in Nashville, Kellie sang at the world famous Tootsie's Orchid Lounge. In the spring of 2004 Kellie decided to form a band in Pittsburgh to backup her vocal talents. In October 2004, After months of dedicated rehearsals of her music, Kellie and the band made a trip to Nashville to perform in front of several record executives at the Gibson Showcase which has opened many doors for her in the music industry.. Kellie loves performing live on stage, she can feel the emotions from the audience and she feeds off of there energy. 'Kellie' was excited to have the opportunity to audition in front of Vanessa Brown-Rogers, Manager and Director of the historic Apollo Theater in New York City. Kellie Lynne was thrilled and honored to be chosen to perform on the internationally acclaimed television program, Showtime at the Apollo. The show was taped with host, comedian Sinbad, and then broadcast nationally on UPN television in the fall of 2005. Kellie was also honored when meeting the producer of the show, Suzanne de Pass', former Motown Record Executive Assistant to the great Barry Gordy and present owner of de Pass' Entertainment, Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA. Kellie has been traveling throughout the tri state area with her band, performing at clubs, bars, fairs, hotels and volunteer fire departments; just about anywhere she has the opportunity to meet new fans. You never know where you might find Kellie Lynne performing on any given evening! Kellie Lynne is preparing to return to the recording studio in the fall of 2006.
The Rusty Gun Revival has stepped back in time, back to the time of honky tonk and juke joint music. Our goal is to put on a show of pure character bearing excellent music and musicianship. Our live show is a ?high energy?, highly engaged performance that wins fans everywhere we go. We play songs that music lovers and club owners can?t get enough of. If you take the influence of Johnny Cash, Hank Sr., early Elvis, Blind Blake, Bob Dylan and Social Distortion and mix it all together, you get the sound of The Rusty Gun Revival. Our appeal reaches to all age groups and all walks of life. We play, write, and live Americana music. To us this means a little bit of blues, honky tonk, folk, bluegrass, rock-a-billy, country, punk all on one stage. We call our blend of music ?Punkry?, a new term to fall under the wings of Americana music.