Musiq, also known as Musiq Soulchild, is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer. He was born on September 16, 1977, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and was raised in a musical family.
Musiq's music is known for its soulful sound, which draws from traditional R&B, neo-soul, and hip-hop. He made his debut in 2000 with the album "Aijuswanaseing," which included the hit singles "Just Friends (Sunny)" and "Love." The album was critically acclaimed and earned Musiq a Grammy nomination for Best R&B Album.
Overall, Musiq is a highly respected artist in the R&B and neo-soul genres, known for his smooth vocals, meaningful lyrics, and innovative sound. His music continues to influence and inspire new generations of musicians and fans alike.
Dwele’s performances are multi-generational, enjoyable celebrations of chart-topping hits, collaborations, and just good music.
Dwele has spent the past decade as one of R&B's most Reliable Stars. Album after album, he brings nothing but great music along with top-tier, live performances Worldwide. From critically acclaimed releases and collaborations, he has proven to be an intrinsic force in urban pop culture with no signs of slowing down. His sophisticated & affluent fan base makes him a true winner that will exceed your expectation. Dwele is...“R&B’s Best Kept Secret” - Wendy Williams
Mike Rollins is a professional saxophonist based in the Washington, DC area in the United States. Rollins is known for his soulful, smooth jazz style and has performed at numerous events and venues throughout the region, including the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
Rollins has released several albums, including "On a Roll" and "Smooth Sailing," and has worked with other notable jazz musicians such as Marcus Johnson and Bob Baldwin. He is also an accomplished music educator and has served as an instructor at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, DC.
Mike Rollins has been recognized for his talent and contributions to the music industry. In 2015, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Washington Area Music Association for his outstanding contributions to jazz music in the region.
When Grammy-nominated Mack Avenue recording artist, composer, educator and bandleader Tia Fuller picks up her saxophone, something amazing happens.
Currently, Fuller balances the worlds of performance and education, magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music from Spelman College in Atlanta, GA, and summa cum laude with a Master’s degree in Jazz Pedagogy and Performance from the University of Colorado at Boulder. fulfilling a demanding schedule as both a busy touring, recording artist and a full-time professor at the Berklee College of Music in Boston.
Carl Thomas is an American R&B singer who was born on June 15, 1972, in Aurora, Illinois. He first gained prominence in the late 1990s with his debut album "Emotional," which was released in 2000 and went platinum in the United States.
Thomas began his music career in the mid-1990s as a member of the R&B group The Formula. He was later signed to Bad Boy Records, the label owned by Sean "Diddy" Combs. "Emotional," Thomas's debut album, was produced by Combs and featured the hit singles "I Wish" and "Emotional." The album's success helped establish Thomas as a rising star in the R&B world.
Avery*Sunshine takes no detours in creating melodious music for the masses. She makes the kind of music that undeniably satisfies the soul leaving her audience full and invigorated. Born Denise White in Chester, Pennsylvania, with her roots grounded in the church, the singer, pianist, and composer has created a signature sound that mixes soul, jazz, R&B, and gospel.
Avery’s sound is uplifting, vibrant, and exactly as her namesake suggests, full of sunshine. She brings people together through her riveting performances, candid and often humorous stage banter, and optimistic anthems about love and life.
Avery’s newest album, Four Songs & A Boot Leg, showcases her captivating and euphonious voice. The lead single “Lucky” has climbed the charts making it to the Billboard Top 30 Adult R&B National Airplay. Fans will be pleased to soak in the live portion of her album recorded in Atlanta in 2019, just before the pandemic. The quintessential artist that Avery is, she continued to work during the pandemic with the thought of mind that this project would raise spirits in a much-needed way.
Avery and her musical partner, guitarist, and husband Dana “Big Dane” Johnson empower and encourage audiences through their platforms. Besides the stage, the “Hey Sunshine Show” is another offering for fans who can join by visiting www.averysunshine.com. The collaborative brings exclusive content to fans wanting to delve further into the inspiration that is Avery*Sunshine.
In addition to Avery’s music, her creative spirit extends to her illustrious cosmetic line Lou*Mack Beauty. This endeavor is simply another way to connect and encourage, specifically women of color; to celebrate who they are and their lineage unapologetically.
Avery is currently rocking it out on stages all over the US as she has done at multiple international venues including Asia, Africa, Australia, and the UK. Avery’s aspiration is, “I am always striving to fill the space that I was created to fill. And I pray that the small space that I occupy in this world reminds everyone to SHINE no matter what”.