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Rose by Celeste Buckingham
By the age of 19, Celeste Buckingham had already conquered the European music scene. Born in Zurich Switzerland to an American father and Swiss-Persian mother, she rose to international recognition on the program SuperStar, indisputably solidifying her status as a pop star in Eastern Europe along the way. Her 2012 full-length debut, Don’t Look Back, yielded the big single “Run Run Run.” In 2013, Celeste she was nominated in the “Best New Artist” category at the Radio Disney Music Awards. Celeste remains dedicated to numerous charitable organization. Her track “Nobody Knows” benefited children with Autism, while the video for “I’m Not Sorry” spoke out against discrimination towards women.

Farewell Past by Lochness Monster
Lochness Monster is a Miami-based band featuring elements of rock, shoegaze, punk, and alternative metal. The band was awarded Best Rock Band at the 2019 Oski Awards. Lochness Monster is slated to perform at West Palm Beach’s festival, SunFest this May.

Monsoon by Brittany Tews
Brittany’s independent songwriting explores the emotions we all feel, the challenges of interpersonal relationships, and shares the fun of the "country girl" life she loves. Brittany currently resides in Scottsdale, Arizona and plays as a solo artist at galleries, wine bars, restaurants and private events. Brittany has one attitude; pedal-to-the-metal, living life to its fullest at a maddening pace. She's a prolific songwriter who plays guitar, bass and piano. In 2017, Brittany won first place in the songwriter soloist category for Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences.

Goodbye California by Zoe Imperium
Four teenage siblings and an impossible dream. Writing their songs and playing their music with the hope of creating something beautiful, and the belief that the impossible is not quite out of reach.

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Hurricane by Autopilot
Over the last few years, Canadian alternative rock band Autopilot has become a staple in the Saskatoon indie music scene. Known for their thoughtful lyrics, powerful hooks, dynamic stage show, and obsessive hard work, they somehow seem to effortlessly walk the line between passionate art and massive appeal. Over the course of 3 full-length records, and one EP, they’ve become road warriors, touring relentlessly across Canada and the US. They’ve been praised for their tireless work ethic by publications like Canadian Musician Magazine, who called them “quite possibly one of the hardest working bands in the country.”

Breathe Away by Catlea
18-year-old Catlea from Cincinnati, Ohio has been playing music for as long as she can remember. Along with her distinctive voice, Catlea plays piano, guitar, and ukulele; her music spanning the genres of indie, pop, and rock. Catlea’s lyrics focus on topics such as love, friendship, politics, and nature. As a member of the LGBTQ community, Catlea creates music that is inclusive of everyone, no matter how they identify.





Made Up My Mind by July Fighter
5 strapping sexy boys with a musical message that will contaminate your mind every day for the rest of your life. Biography Indie/Alt/Rock Music currently based out of North East Minneapolis.

Until We Meet Again by Krantz
With a retro style and influence from the golden age of rock and roll, but with a modern touch, Jeffrey Krantz and his band bring a psychedelic/pop/rock edge equipped with an in-your face attitude.

Everything Changes by Grant Owen
Out of West Chester PA, Grant Owen grew up in a musical environment and he’s been writing and singing songs for as long as I can remember. Over the last few years I've found that my purpose is to make music that inspires people. There's something about music that unites us together. My aim is to write anthemic songs that point people to hope.

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Rose by Celeste Buckingham
By the age of 19, Celeste Buckingham had already conquered the European music scene. Born in Zurich Switzerland to an American father and Swiss-Persian mother, she rose to international recognition on the program SuperStar, indisputably solidifying her status as a pop star in Eastern Europe along the way. Her 2012 full-length debut, Don’t Look Back, yielded the big single “Run Run Run.” In 2013, Celeste she was nominated in the “Best New Artist” category at the Radio Disney Music Awards. Celeste remains dedicated to numerous charitable organization. Her track “Nobody Knows” benefited children with Autism, while the video for “I’m Not Sorry” spoke out against discrimination towards women.

Farewell Past by Lochness Monster
Lochness Monster is a Miami-based band featuring elements of rock, shoegaze, punk, and alternative metal. The band was awarded Best Rock Band at the 2019 Oski Awards. Lochness Monster is slated to perform at West Palm Beach’s festival, SunFest this May.

Monsoon by Brittany Tews
Brittany’s independent songwriting explores the emotions we all feel, the challenges of interpersonal relationships, and shares the fun of the "country girl" life she loves. Brittany currently resides in Scottsdale, Arizona and plays as a solo artist at galleries, wine bars, restaurants and private events. Brittany has one attitude; pedal-to-the-metal, living life to its fullest at a maddening pace. She's a prolific songwriter who plays guitar, bass and piano. In 2017, Brittany won first place in the songwriter soloist category for Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences.

Goodbye California by Zoe Imperium
Four teenage siblings and an impossible dream. Writing their songs and playing their music with the hope of creating something beautiful, and the belief that the impossible is not quite out of reach.

BREAK 1

Hurricane by Autopilot
Over the last few years, Canadian alternative rock band Autopilot has become a staple in the Saskatoon indie music scene. Known for their thoughtful lyrics, powerful hooks, dynamic stage show, and obsessive hard work, they somehow seem to effortlessly walk the line between passionate art and massive appeal. Over the course of 3 full-length records, and one EP, they’ve become road warriors, touring relentlessly across Canada and the US. They’ve been praised for their tireless work ethic by publications like Canadian Musician Magazine, who called them “quite possibly one of the hardest working bands in the country.”

Breathe Away by Catlea
18-year-old Catlea from Cincinnati, Ohio has been playing music for as long as she can remember. Along with her distinctive voice, Catlea plays piano, guitar, and ukulele; her music spanning the genres of indie, pop, and rock. Catlea’s lyrics focus on topics such as love, friendship, politics, and nature. As a member of the LGBTQ community, Catlea creates music that is inclusive of everyone, no matter how they identify.





Made Up My Mind by July Fighter
5 strapping sexy boys with a musical message that will contaminate your mind every day for the rest of your life. Biography Indie/Alt/Rock Music currently based out of North East Minneapolis.

Until We Meet Again by Krantz
With a retro style and influence from the golden age of rock and roll, but with a modern touch, Jeffrey Krantz and his band bring a psychedelic/pop/rock edge equipped with an in-your face attitude.

Everything Changes by Grant Owen
Out of West Chester PA, Grant Owen grew up in a musical environment and he’s been writing and singing songs for as long as I can remember. Over the last few years I've found that my purpose is to make music that inspires people. There's something about music that unites us together. My aim is to write anthemic songs that point people to hope.

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