Drums - The HootersView Artist Website
Bass - Bob Dylan / Billy Idol / Joan Jett/ Rick DerringerView Artist Website
Vocals - Singer-songwriter / Paul McCartney in Broadway production of "Rain"View Artist Website
Vocals - Singer-songwriterView Artist Website
Guitar, vocals - The HootersView Artist Website
Guitar, vocals - Singer - songwriterView Artist Website
Vocals - Legendary Philadelphia radio personality, The Geator with the Heater!View Artist Website
Vocals / The A'sView Artist Website
Guitar - Smash PalaceView Artist Website
Trumpet - The Roots / Amos Lee / Jay-ZView Artist Website
Bass - Buddy Cash BandView Artist Website
Vocals, guitar - Tommy Conwell & The Young RumblersView Artist Website
Vocals - His lyrics reflect urban realism, making him one of the first gangsta rappersView Artist Website
Sax - Steve Winwood / Funk BrothersView Artist Website
Guitar - Beru RevueView Artist Website
Guitar - The A'sView Artist Website
Lead vocals - rhythm guitarView Artist Website
Bass - Amos LeeView Artist Website
Bass, vocals - Figgs / NRBQ / Shelby LynneView Artist Website
Keyboards - Todd RundgrenView Artist Website
Vocals - Singer-songwriterView Artist Website
Lead Guitar, Dobro - Get The Led OutView Artist Website
Guitar - The Fractals / Jay-Z / The Roots / HuffamooseView Artist Website
Vocals - The Loved OnesView Artist Website
Bass - Singer-songwriterView Artist Website
Trombone - Hoppin’ John OrchestraView Artist Website
Keyboards - The HootersView Artist Website
Vocals - The Soul SurvivorsView Artist Website
Trumpet and all around great guy!View Artist Website
Guitar - The HootersView Artist Website
Keyboards - Get The Led OutView Artist Website
Vocals - SoraiaView Artist Website
Keyboards - WeenView Artist Website
Sax - Chuck Berry / Soul Survivors / The StylisticsView Artist Website
Bass - The HootersView Artist Website
Keyboards - Smash PalaceView Artist Website
Vocals - Patty Smyth & ScandalView Artist Website
Guitar - Legendary Gamble & Huff GuitaristView Artist Website
GuitarView Artist Website
Saxophone - Simon Kirke, Beach Boys and The Soul SurvivorsView Artist Website
Bass - Cyndy LauperView Artist Website
Steve Acito is a three-time Emmy® Award nominated producer / director and founder of Bluewire Media. Bluewire Media has been honored with four Emmy® nominations, multiple Telly, Addy, Aurora, Governor’s Award and is a Philadelphia Press Club Award winner featuring a full HD studio and HD AVID Editing Suites in West Berlin, NJ. As a full service production company, Bluewire Media offers complete marketing, advertising agency and production services including: TV and radio campaigns, documentary films, entertainment programming, websites, social media set-up and management, print collateral, multimedia presentations, trade shows event coordination, mobile smart phone applications and industrial/training programs. Steve is a lifelong tri-state area resident and graduate of Temple University’s film & advertising programs & Adjunct Professor in Drexel University’s TV/Cinema Program. He founded Bluewire Media in 2001 and has been active in select charity projects since its inception. For more information, visit Bluewire Media’s corporate site: www.bluewiremedia.com. Email email@example.com or call 856.210.6758.
Dish Public Relations will help you get noticed. We specialize in promotion, marketing and PR for Philadelphia area musicians, shows and more. Contact Dallyn Pavey at dishpublicrelations.com for more information.
Dish works with some of Philadelphia’s legendary performers, concert promoters and music venues. Some of our entertainment clients have included the legendary Robert Gordon, The Hooters, David Uosikkinen’s In The Pocket, Jeffrey Gaines, Tommy Conwell and the Young Rumblers, Point Entertainment, Bonfire Booking, Electric Factory and the Ardmore Music Hall.
Elm Street Studios has created a comfortable creative environment that encourages and captures the magic of musicians playing together. An exclusive professional music recording facility, combining classic analog and the latest digital audio equipment and musical instruments, in a carefully designed world-class environment. For more informations visit www.elmstreetstudios.com.
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In 1980, Phil Nicolo and his brother Joe founded Studio 4, a recording studio in Philadelphia. Individually and together as the Butcher Bros., they quickly established themselves as a force in all genres of music production, from rock to R&B, mainstream to cutting edge. Phil Nicolo has attained the most coveted form of success in the music business; he has succeeded in every music genre he has tackled. His early rock credits include the Hooters, Nighthawks and Willie Nile. At the same time, he was creating music with Kriss Kross, Teddy Pendergrass and Taj Mahal. Mixes of Billy Joel’s River of Dreams, the Rolling Stone’s Love Is Strong, Aerosmith’s Falling In Love and James Taylor’s A Little More Time are all Nicolo’s work. He also co-produced and mixed Sting’s When We Danced and re-mixed Message In A Bottle for the Police.
Schooley Street Productions is a full service recording studio located in Southern New Jersey, minutes from all Philly Bridges. They offer recording platforms from digital to analog and everything in between. Their staff includes some of the areas most respected engineers and producers. They also produce Voice Overs and Commercial Jingles and can also provide mixing and mastering for your raw tracks. For more information visit schooleystreet.com
Settlement Music School is the largest community school of the arts in the United States serving 15,000 students each year, regardless of age, race, or financial means through outreach and at six branches in PA and NJ. Settlement brings together an enormous diversity of students and helps them to not only to develop musical and artistic talents, but also build self-confidence and readiness for academic and other achievements. Among its many programs are a nationally recognized, award winning pre-school program that prepares Head Start-qualified young children for kindergarten through a unique arts-integrated curriculum. Settlement Music School’s alumni includes some of Philadelphia’s most beloved residents including Kevin and Michael Bacon, G. Love, Stanley Clark and Kevin Eubanks. Settlement awards more than $2 million annually in financial aid and scholarships. For more information, visit www.smsmusic.org or call 215-320-2600.