Alexis Gomez is much more than just another fresh voice for Country music. While she was known as the “Mexican, Hillbilly, Hippie” as a Top 16 Finalist on the hit FOX show American Idol (Season 14), she’s much more than that, too!
If you have ever seen an Alexis Gomez concert live, her talent as a singer, songwriter, and entertainer is undeniable! According to, American Idol Net, “Alexis has this insane charisma and look about her that really commands an audience.” Her stage presence, energy and star-like quality, combined with her powerful vocals, lets us all know that we’ll be hearing more from this young lady soon! …continue reading
The MEGASTARS OF COUNTRY Show, featuring Larry Turner & Doug Brewin, is an exciting, fun-filled, live concert experience featuring tributes to country music’s legendary singers and songwriters: ALAN JACKSON, GEORGE STRAIT and BROOKS & DUNN, the legendary artists with 127 number one hits among them, not counting their other songs in the top ten!
The MEGASTARS OF COUNTRY Show is a musical celebration of some of the greatest country music hits ever recorded and an amazing theatrical experience! What makes this show so extraordinary is that the show’s performers use their own natural voices and appearance to sound and look exactly like the real artists on stage in concert. From their mannerisms, vocals, and right down to their authentic stage costuming, the MEGASTARS OF COUNTRY Show covers every detail and captures the closest experience you’ll get to the real deal. This show has appeared across the USA to sold-out audiences, standing ovations and incredible reviews! The show includes the Smokin’ Hot “Late Nite Rodeo Band”.
Born in 1977, Greg West grew up in Daytona Beach, Florida, with a passion for music. He dedicated his teenage years to guitar lessons, and then voice training in his early twenties. After many years of growth and accolades playing the local music circuit, Greg moved to Nashville in 2007 to pursue his dreams in the music industry. It wasn’t long before he began getting double-takes due is his resemblance to country music star, Jason Aldean. Flattered and intrigued, Greg began to study the music and performance styles of Jason, developing such an impressive likeness that in 2013, he was hired by “Country Superstars” on the Las Vegas strip to perform in their show as Jason Aldean. His performance was so spot-on that Greg decided to tour the nation with his own Jason Aldean Tribute show. By 2015, Greg had his talented Nashville band together and has performed over 50 shows nationwide from Maine to Florida to California, at fairs, casinos and clubs. “The Ultimate Aldean Experience” is a full blown, high energy, live show that is hailed to be the closest you can get to a Jason Aldean concert, without Mr. Aldean himself!
Don Dannemann and Mike Losekamp, two original members of the Legendary 60’s band The Cyrkle, best known for the hit songs “Red Rubber Ball” and “Turn Down Day,” have decided to reunite, add a couple of new members, and reinvent themselves around the 50th anniversary of the bands success. Coupling extraordinary musical talent and legendary music, The Cyrkle promises to electrify fans today just as they did when they were the opening act for The Beatles (Yes, THOSE Beatles) in 18 concerts in 1966.
They were the Beatles opening act on tour dates including August 23, 1966 at Shea Stadium, as well as August 29, 1966, for the Beatles’ famous final concert at Candlestick Park. If you were moving and grooving to the Beatles and the English Invasion in the mid 1960’s, then you are no doubt familiar with the music of the few bands to open for the greatest group of all time.
Earle Pickens and Tom Dawes formed the band as the Rhondells at Lafayette College in 1961. They soon added Don Dannemann and drummer Jim Maiella. In 1963, Maiella was replaced by Martin “Marty” Fried, and it wasn’t long before they became one of the most popular bands on the East Coast. This led to them being noticed by a couple of very influential men in the world of rock music. …continue reading
It was in the fall of 1990, while staying on a cousin’s farm in Vermont’s Green Mountains that David Rogers encountered a maple sapling bent over from previous winter’s ice storm. There was something about the curvature and posture of this particularly ravaged tree – a backbone to a large beast, perhaps that suggested a new life for the tree. Using dried branches and different varieties of tree saplings a “dinosaur” sculpture emerged in twelve inspired days. This first large-scale branch construction sculpture encompassed and crystalized all of his previous work and life experience. It would forever transform his perception of what could be conceived and created using all-natural materials.
At the age of thirteen David learned to weld and built abstract steel-welded sculptures, using salvaged car parts and other found scrap materials. By age fifteen he had begun experimenting with found forest materials. Using dry branches and rope-lashing techniques, he assembled different kinds of abstract structures. Ironically, at this early stage David had already steel-welded his first insect dragonfly and a housefly.
From his late teens to early twenties, David worn a lot of hats; cabinet and sailboat builder, home restorer, cabdriver, actor, and even a magician’s assistant. Through it all, the call to create was always present. In 1985, with a serious devotion to rustic design using all natural materials, he developed a very ornate bent-sapling construction style named “Victorian Rustic.” By 1990, David had completed a series of branch and sapling construction “dinosaur” sculptures, among many other rustic works. He first conceptualized the idea and early designs of what would become the Big Bugs the following year. …continue reading
ONE-HIT WANDERER is a one-man-show written and performed by veteran singer, songwriter, recording artist, actor and comedian Henry Gross. On the surface it’s an autobiographical look at his career in the music business. A closer look reveals a story of hope, perseverance, commitment, laughs, tears, disappointments and triumphs.
Born on April Fools Day, 1951, in Brooklyn, NewYork, Henry began playing clubs at age thirteen with his first band. Before long he was performing at the 1964 World’s Fair and spending summers honing his skills at Catskill Mountain resorts. Encouraged by his mom, also a gifted musician, and Gil Hodges, the all-star first baseman of The Brooklyn Dodgers who lived in the neighborhood, Henry’s career rose to amazing heights when, in 1969, during his first semester at Brooklyn College, he co-founded the 1950’s Rock & Roll revival band “Sha Na Na” and that summer became the youngest performer at “The Woodstock Festival.” …continue reading