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<p><span style="background-color: #ffa300; color: #000000;">Deven Earl Berryhill</span></p>

Deven Earl Berryhill

The Surfaris

Deven Berryhill is a guitarist, songwriter, and producer who has released 3 alternative rock albums, two of them through the Rolltop Music Label. Deven scored a top 20 hit on the national Christian music rock charts in 1996 for his cover of Bob Dylanʼs song “You Gotta Serve Somebody.” He worked as a touring guitarist for Contemporary Christian artists The Kry and Jeremy Camp. Deven has shared the stage with such bands as The Kingsmen, Hermanʼs Hermits, Dean Torrence of Jan & Dean, Frankie Avalon, The Diamonds, The Tokens, Martha Davis & The Motels, The Crystals and The Vent... Read More

<p><span style="color: #000000; background-color: #ffa300;">John Hunter</span></p>

John Hunter

The first thing you hear when you listen to John's music is the Beach Boys influence.  John sang on stage with the Beach Boys nine times in the 1990s. You can watch the first time on video if you go to Youtube.com. You will see his soul shining from the joy of it.  John now resides in beautiful Kaneohe, Hawaii, where he continues to write, produce and record. Read More

<p><span style="color: #ffffff; background-color: #ffa300;">Send Medicine</span></p>

Send Medicine

Los Angeles' Send Medicine make a woozy, psychedelic rock that combines a liberal mix of surf, folk, and blues sounds. Formed in 2012, Send Medicine originally started as a solo project for Toronto singer/songwriter Julian Hacquebard. However, after Hacquebard relocated to Los Angeles, he expanded the lineup, eventually bringing on board guitarist Connor Hill, bassist Aaron Stern, drummer Salvatore Romano, and percussionists Ryan Glennan and Lauren Grimaldi. In 2016, the band released their debut album, Scary Aquarius Daughter, featuring the singles "July Eyes" and "Tall Flowers." - Matt Colla... Read More

<p><span style="background-color: #ffa300; color: #000000;">Michael Nickolas</span></p>

Michael Nickolas

Michael is a music creator whose compositions have been used in over 1000 episodes of shows broadcast on National Network, Premium Cable, and Cable TV. Programs include "The Voice", "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", and ShowTime’s "Shameless". He has also had his music used in feature films, national advertising campaigns, educational products, and video streaming services like Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu.   In the 90’s he played guitar in the Boston based R&B band “Universal Language”. A very popular and Boston Music Award-winning group whose credits incl... Read More

<p><span style="color: #000000; background-color: #ffa300;">Ty Dennis</span></p>

Ty Dennis

The Doors Of The 21st Century

In 2003 Ty was handpicked to fill the drum seat for the departed drumming icon Stewart Copeland with rock and roll legends Robby Krieger and Ray Manzarek along with vocalist Ian Astbury (The Cult) in the band The Doors of the 21st Century making the position his own for a decade. Numerous world tours and T.V. appearances helped to expose thousands of fans around the globe to his conviction and command behind the drums . In addition to playing with The Doors of the 21st Century, Ty’s musical diversity enables him to play with an assorted group of artists such as; Martha Davis and The Mote... Read More

<p><span style="background-color: #ffa300; color: #000000;">Terry Farmer</span></p>

Terry Farmer

Jan and Dean

Terry Farmer is a singer & songwriter, guitarist and recording artist living in Ann Arbor, MI. Terry has performed extensively across the United States and Canada since the mid-eighties. Read More

<p><span style="color: #000000; background-color: #ffa300;">Janet-Cole-Valdez</span></p>

Janet-Cole-Valdez

“Janet is an extremely gifted songwriter, with talent on the level of Holland and Dozier.” – Berry Gordy, legendary Motown founder Janet Cole Valdez is a gold record, former Motown songwriter. She had a top 10 hit in England with Disappearing Act, sung by Jody Watley of Shalamar. She co-wrote the hit single I Got Someone for Reggae Artist Kontiki, which went #1 on American Idol Underground World Music Charts. Other recording credits include El DeBarge, Thelma Houston, The Weather Girls, Tony Terry, Roc... Read More