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Rachel Huggins

With over a decade of experience as a performer, Rachel’s new EP ‘KEEP DREAMING’ follows on from her previous EP ‘Home’ in 2016. As well as being an accomplished songwriter and performer of her own material, Rachel has also lent her voice as a singer to a variety of other artists and songs, becoming a two-time finalist in the BBC’s Gospel Choir of the Year, featuring as a backing vocalist for DJ Vadim and Sola Rosa and performing at Glastonbury, Green Man, Kendal Calling and Secret Garden Party, among others.

Tom Lemczyk

Tom is a musician/songwriter presently on piano/keyboards/chromatic harmonica and vocals. He is a native of Canada, born in Kitchener, Ontario. He has a Masters engineering degree and is self-taught on all things music. Having lived for over 20 years in the US, he now resides in Arizona. "I started out playing mostly folk and blues harmonica, with piano joining in on whatever I could figure out, and of course singing everyone else's lyrics eventually drove me to write my own. Then the chromatic harmonica just blew everything wide open for me - there's a whole big world of music out there waiting for exploration! Being research oriented in training, I think in hindsight it was only natural that I would eventually expand into jazz and uninhibited musical journeys". Four earlier albums, recorded in Canada 1994-1996, are available on Tom's website


Candice Tugby

Candice Tugby is a Jazz musician, composer, arranger, and educator from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Candice graduated with a Bachelor of Jazz (Trumpet) Degree from the University of Manitoba's Desautels Faculty of Music's Jazz Studies Program where she has had the opportunity to study with Derrick Gardner, Steve Kirby, Quincy Davis, Jon Gordon, Larry Roy, Will Bonness, and Anna-Lisa Kirby. She has performed at local venues such as the Lyric Theatre, CCFM, The Berney Theatre, Sam's Place, Joe Black's Coffee Shop, Resto Gare, The King's Head Pub, The Orbit Room, and The Palm Lounge where she has had the opportunity to perform with many talented local and international musicians. More recently, Candice played in New York City at several different venues including with the Anna-Lisa Kirby quintet at Small's Jazz Club and Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks at The Iguana. Candice is in the process of creating content for an album to be released in the near future.


Steven Blane

Steven Blane is a Pop-Americana Jazz infused chill electro pop Singer-Songwriter in the style of Billy Joel, Neil Young, Tom Waits and Leonard Cohen. He is inspired by Elvis, Roy Orbison and Chris Isaac and plays guitar, ukulele and piano. He self-produces all of his work and gigs constantly in NYC and South Florida. During this Corona Virus Pandemic, he has been journaling his experience by writing songs of the days and producing videos of his songs. One of his lyrics was featured in an article in Vanity Fare. Among his most recent releases is a cover of Neil Young's "After the Goldrush, a Passover EP, a chill electro-pop track entitled "Dumbo" and an inspirational pop ballad called "Fly Again." He has produced a brand new album, entitled “Sweet Dreams” which features eleven tracks of chill electro jazz-infused pop


Chris McCarthy

Hot House Jazz Magazine as described Chris McCarthy as "one of the most imaginative and impressive voices on the New York jazz scene." Since arriving in New York City in 2016, McCarthy has made a name for himself as one of the scene's most in demand young sidemen. He steps into the foreground as a bandleader with the release of his April 2020 Ropeadope debut, Still Time To Quit. The album features the New York super group of Takuya Kuroda on trumpet, Michael Blake on sax, Sam Minaie on bass and JK Kim on drums. The album has been praised as a "big step forward for McCarthy, an auspicious label debut that bodes well for the future" by Glide Magazine and was prominently featured on Spotify's Jazz X-Press Editorial Playlist. Originally from the Seattle area, McCarthy was introduced to jazz through Roosevelt High School's music program

Gabriel Chakarji

Gabriel Chakarji is a young pianist and composer who is deeply passionate and committed to the power of music. Originally from Caracas Venezuela, he grew up in a multicultural environment full of music that expands from afro-Venezuelan Folk, Caribbean, Brazilian music to Jazz and Gospel. Gabriel began studying classical piano at the age of nine. After high school, he studied composition at Ars Nova School of music. In his teens, he took part of the Simon Bolívar Jazz Big Band touring with this orchestra to New York and Boston in 2011. His experience, versatility, and passion made him one of the most sought-after pianists in his country


Illya Gomola

1986 – 1992 music education in music school - trumpet, piano 1993 – 1998 different music bands in college and outside 1998 – 2008 rock band "Анкл7" 2000 – first jazz band 2008 – 2016 JazzOK own jazz group with different performers 2009-2010 Sahara Sahara (Сахара Сахара) band 2009 - jamming with Damo Suzuki 2011 - solo album Ludwig (Home and Other Recordings) 2010 - 2011 v 1.0

Sara Filipova

For years, Sara Filipova has been one of Vienna’s best-kept secrets. Her voice – capable of both whispered intimacy and full-throated acrobatics – has supported a wide variety of artists in recent years. With her solo debut, Black And White Café, Sara takes center stage for the first time. The five songs on the EP draw liberally from her experience in R&B, jazz, and classical music, but are closer in spirit to great singer-songwriters like Joni Mitchell and Paul Simon. Accompanying herself at the piano, she reflects on the transience of life and the human condition; the result is an intimate, moving portrait of a young woman sung in her own words


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