Cindy Lou Potter just finished a western Canadian tour. She played 13 shows in four weeks opening for the Rock band Uncle Sid. She is currently living in Vancouver, B.C., pursuing her career in the music industry. A well rounded musician, Cindy Lou is a reflection of life experiences written in a song. As a lyricist and vocalist she has been involved with music her entire life.
"This is what I am meant to do!" says the talented young R and B singer.
She moved to the city to place herself in a better position, available for more opportunity. You can see her performing all over Canada and the US.
Last Updated on Thursday, 04 October 2012 07:12
Téa is a Vancouver based singer/ pianist/ songwriter who fuses elements of R&B, Soul, and Pop music into her own brand of “City Soul”. Drawing inspiration from diverse artists like Sade, Amy Winehouse, and Remy Shand, Téa has crafted an unmistakable sound that continues to win audiences over.
Born in Belgrade, Serbia, Téa was introduced to the piano at the age of 7. At 12, she started playing the guitar. After moving with her family to Vancouver, BC, she started writing songs at the age of 14, received the Associate of the Royal Conservatory of Toronto (A.R.C.T.) diploma in piano performance at 18, and a B.A. in music from the University of British Columbia at 22.
Last Updated on Thursday, 04 October 2012 09:13
Vancouver Island born soul singer Emily Spiller draws from all genres of music to create her jazz, blues, soul, roots infused sound. With a rich, sweet voice like no other, she quickly grabs the attention of her audience in any room she plays. By layering vocal percussion and harmonies, Emily builds a unique sound that leaves you wanting more.
A versatile vocalist, Emily has collaborated with acclaimed DJ Shawn Ward (UK & EU), Vancouver producer Graham Kitson of All Tribes Mission, Producer/Composer Adam Percy (Wonderbro), and recently enjoyed success with the release of 3 co-written tracks on French duo Urihani's album "Music For The Planet" (2009).
Last Updated on Thursday, 04 October 2012 07:47