Truth is, Jack Evans is just as real as Bugs Bunny.
There's many reasons I adopted the stage name of Jack Evans. It's easier to
spell and easier to remember. Also, Jack Evans is the musician I want to be.
Jack takes bigger chances than I would, is more confident than I'll ever be,
and doesn't apologize when it all goes awry.
It's very freeing to be somebody else.
For most of my life, I've been a pretty awful musician. I'm self taught on
piano, bass, drums, vocals - well everything. I always found it more enjoyable
to write music than to practice. Playing multiple instruments has slowed down
my progress - had I just stuck with the piano I may be further in my career -
instead of starting over. Over the past two years I've slaved away on my
instruments and I believe that I'm really starting to make some quality music.
I'm nowhere near where I want to be - but I'm a lot closer now.
It's a clean slate.
There's not much else to say, I am my music. It's what gets me up in the
morning and what I dream about at night. So that's what I'm doing, I'm in the
process of building the perfect musician.
For over four years, Birmingham band ‘Miccoli’ has toured
the US and the UK honing a sound that has been compared to the likes of Snow
Patrol and Coldplay. Made up of twin brothers, Adriano and Alessandro, along
with their sister, Francesca, they have gigged in the Viper Rooms and every
other key rock venue across America. Having worked with legendary producers,
they have hung out with Motley Crue, written songs, had an altercation with
Paris Hilton in a toilet, been cautioned by the highway patrol, written more
songs and learnt a great deal about producing their own music. What is more,
they have performed at the O2 Wireless festival, written even more songs, lived
in their car equipped with a mobile bar and cooker built by themselves and had
one of the members of the band suffer a near fatal heart operation. They have
turned down a gig for Kevin Costner, moved to Penang and landed a sponsorship
deal, shot their debut video, written even more songs, performed more gigs and
that is just the half of it.
They look almost too good to be true - it is important to underline this. Given
what they have been through on the road, to still be in any shape at all is a
victory. Their tales from adventures on the road is more akin to a thrash metal
band - it is clear fate has smiled on them in many ways. Sounding like they
have had hits for the last five years, the vocals of Adriano and Alessandro are
threaded together by the hypnotic beauty of Francesca’s voice which is the backdrop
to the tight sound they create. The beauty of their music highlights intensity
and the feeling that they have indeed paid their debts to rock and roll in the
most extreme ways.
Although gigging, recording and writing have been their life for the past few
years, the focus is now firmly on releasing their music. This, in no small part
is due to the band nearly not being here at all if Alessandro’s heart condition
had proved the end rather than the beginning for ‘Miccoli’. His heart rate had
escalated to 250bpm and having undergone emergency surgery he then had to have
four further heart operations. This traumatic period gave the band time to
regroup, rethink, get serious and to put their adventures and life experiences
into context through finding solace in the studio. Re-defining their writing
and taking their music to another level, all of their experiences and emotions
combined into a musical cocktail that is ‘Miccoli’s’ sound of today.
Their sound also stems from a family childhood spent listening to Police,
Sting, Carole King, Fleetwood Mac, Crosby Stills and Nash. Plus, during teenage
life when the idea of a band was being formulated, the brothers were working
backstage as roadies and runners at one of the major arenas in Birmingham.
During this period, they learnt through firsthand experience the tough nature
of the industry as well as the trail of destruction that can be left behind.
Yet, most of all, they were inspired by some of the greatest acts of the last
ten years to develop their own music and turn a dream into reality.
The tight family unit that is a natural consequence of ‘Miccoli’s’ band set up
is a major factor in creating the beautiful vocal arrangements and anthemic
song structures. They follow a long line of artists who have also been from one
family - whilst ‘Miccoli’s’ melodic vocals may be reminiscent of The Corrs, on
occasions their attitude can be more akin to more volatile brother musical
collectives. Unfortunately, the Gallagher brothers didn’t have a calming
sisterly influence within their relationship.
Mark Matson & Marta Wiley both talented
musicians and artists. Mark Matson producer and sound engineer for Cirque du Soleil
and Marta Wiley fierce talent 100 albums and counting. Their first album
together "Elev8ors" released 2012 brings a new sound to the world. This
citybeat music sounds like Portishead, tricky and something all together NEW!
Just when we thought it could not be done. Elev8ors is born from the popular
trip-hop genre brought to the British mainstream and introduced to the American
Marks perfectionism and Marta's raw talent creates a magical formula that is
spellbinding. The record is a commercial success and has attracted the ears of
radio stations. Top 40 / AC / Hot AC stations. Jerome Promotions Inc., has
taken on Marta Wiley Music & Elev8ors!
When Bill was 16, he pooled his money from a summer job with his brother Steve
Jerome to rent studio time to produce their first record. All they needed was a
group, a great song, and a record company to back them up. Not realizing that
they were trying to accomplish the impossible, they found all three. That first
record, “Respectable” by the Chants, sold a quarter of a million copies on MGM.
Together, the Jerome brothers went on to produce over 130 records.
A chance meeting with Quincy Jones and Phil Ramone proved to be a turning point
in Bill's career. "The most talented men I ever met,” Bill recounts,
"invited me to several recording sessions and gave me the opportunity to
learn how to produce a hit record." Less than six months later, Bill and
Steve Jerome began producing a series of hits including "Walk Away,
Renee" and "Pretty Ballerina" by The Left Banke (Smash Records),
and "Ding Dong, The Witch Is Dead" by The Fifth Estate (Jubilee
Records). Their biggest selling hit, "Popcorn" by Hot Butter (Musicor
Records), also featured him as a performer. All told, sales of their recordings
reached over eleven million worldwide.
Bill's promotional ideas so impressed TK Records president Henry Stone that he
hired him to work a then unknown artist, K.C. and the Sunshine Band.
Contributing to the success of that group, as well as a number of other artists
for TK, taught Bill an important lesson. "The most important thing I
learned about promotion working with TK Records,” Bill explains, "is how
critical the secondary radio stations are for launching new artists."
Relying on his years of experience and connections in the music business, as a
musician, producer, writer, and promoter, Bill decided to open his own
promotion company, Jerome Promotions, in 1981. That same determination that led
a 16 year old boy to fulfill his dream of producing a hit single is what fueled
Jerome Promotions to be part of the hit-making process for such artists as U2,
Madonna, R.E.M., The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Green Day, and Eric Clapton.
Almost thirty years later, Jerome Promotions has had successful projects with a
number of major labels including Warner Brothers, Universal, Curb, Island,
Arista, Capitol, Columbia, Epic, and Reprise. They have also provided
opportunities for a number of small, independent labels.
What makes Jerome Promotions different from other promotion companies? "I
don't know of any other promotion company led by someone with my variety of
experiences,” explains Bill. "I've written songs, performed on my
recordings, produced a number of hit records, and promoted countless singles
for other artists. I believe that my professionalism shows in every aspect of
my work. I have developed an honest relationship with both radio and clients
over the years. In this business, it's not just who you know, it's how you get
the job done."
Lara Eidi is a
singer-songwriter of Greek, Lebanese and Canadian ethnicity. Her music is a
blend of folk-rock, ethnic, indie-pop and vocal layerings , all resulting in
her first , self-produced EP " Little People". Surrounded by amazing
musicians, with Stavros Parginos on cello , who inspires her to continuously
write, and perform her music around Athens and in Europe. Atmospheric
harmonies, vocal harmonies and acoustic styling are what has stylized Lara's music
to date. knowing full well that music has that uncanny ability to change when
least expected. her dream is to take her music to wider audiences outside of
Greece, and to collaborate with a multitude of creative musicians, artists, and
She believes firmly in music's ability to elevate, synchronize and bring a
sense of peace and clarity
Tatiana Moroz is a singer
songwriter who grew up in New Jersey. At Berklee College of Music, she studied
jazz vocals & music business. Tatiana has been singing and performing for
people since she was very young. Whether it was for her fellow summer campers
in Poland as a child or for large crowds at a NYC venue, she always new music
was her life.
After graduation, she returned to
NYC and began working in some of the top recording studios. It was during this
time when she experienced love and heartbreaks and began to focus on her
songwriting. She soon completed her indie debut of 12 songs, “Tatiana” written,
sung, & produced by Tatiana herself.
After performing shows in support
of “Tatiana”, she soon found herself with an even stronger conviction that
music was the right path. Since her debut she has released 2 EPs, and her
follow up LP titled, “Love and Liberty”. Tatiana has also become an active
member of the Liberty movement and has loved meeting inspiring people from all
different backgrounds. She has had the honor of performing at some incredible
Libertarian events including: P.A.U.L. Fest, Liberty Love Fest, Philly Phreedom
Rally, and several Libertarian Party, Ron Paul and Gov. Gary Johnson events and
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