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Select TWO artists, primary and secondary:

Mike S.

In the past, Mike has shared the stage with Matthew and Gunnar Nelson (Nelson), Leroy Powell (Shooter Jennings Band), Arlan Schierbaum (Jemimah Puddleduck), and Brian "Dogboy" Burwell (Neve), as well as opened for such national acts as Los Lonely Boys, P.O.D., The Slip, Tealeaf Green, Lotus, Skerik, and The Atomic Punks. He's played at the Seattle Hempfest, House of Blues in Hollywood, B.B. King's Blues Club (Universal City), The Full Moon Festival (Quilcene, WA), Mammoth Mojo & Music Festival, Universal Citywalk Jamfest, Knitting Factory L.A., Doug Weston's Troubador, as well as a stint as part of the Sunday night house band at the "World Famous" Viper Room.

Gabe O.

Gabe has been a songwriter, musician, producer, and engineer for the last 14 years. From touring the United States to television and radio appearances, he thrives in the field of music production and relishes any opportunity to share his gift with others. 

Mike M.

Michael began his writing and recording career in 1987.  His resume includes projects for Ford, Toyota, the Colorado Renaissance festival, the Colorado Avalanche and various haunts and attractions around the world. 

Arnel A.

Arnel has written and performed professionally for 15 years.  He is based in Denver, CO. 

Yakup T.

Seattle musician Yakup has released 6 albums and produced 4 for other artists. Yakup was signed on EMI in 2004. His 2nd album "Kaos" had 3 number one hits including "Bilmece" which was number one on MTV World Chart Express. Bilmece's success has taken him to MTV EMA nomination in 2007. Yakup has been in projects with high profile names such as Chris Slate (AC/DC) and recorded with drummer Daniel Adair (Nickleback) etc. Yakup is currently residing in Seattle producing, recording and performing.  

Martin B.

Martin is an experienced songwriter with many tv/film credits. Lindsey Lohan sang his "Don't Move On" onscreen in Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen, and his "Ladies Of Tampa", co-written with Matthew McCanoughey, is performed onscreen in the Steven Soderbergh film Magic Mike.