Jesslyn McCutcheon is a Contemporary Christian singer/songwriter from King NC. Jesslyn released her first studio solo album project November 2019, "On The Edge." Jesslyn started writing at the age of 23 after she was home bound for 2 years due to severe depression. At the age of 26, she was diagnosed with having bipolar disorder which she refused to accept at the time. Jesslyn now is no longer afraid of who she is or what she has to face having this disorder.
Eric Geurts is a songwriter, producer and guitar player from Belgium with a catalog of several hundreds of songs, of which about 20 have been recorded by artists in Belgium and have been released by major record companies (EMI, Universal).
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With smooth celestial vocals, Tegdra Samuel delivers a powerful message of hope and inspiration in her songs. Her style is a combination of Christian, gospel, smooth jazz, and international sounds. Tegdra’s desire is to use her gifts to share the good news of Jesus Christ and bring her listeners to a place of worship in order to experience His peace, joy, and love.
The goal of my music is to inspire change and motivation for anyone who can relate to the message. I am reaching out to people on ALL walks of life – poor or rich, believers or non-believers, young or old – it doesn’t matter who you are or where you’ve come from. What matters is where you’re going.
Michael Georges Jr. is a musical phenomenon that has emerged as a renewed yet refreshing voice of reason.
The eldest of seven siblings, at the early age of 3 years old, Michael discovered what would become his lifelong passion; MUSIC. A child prodigy, Michael began his musical odyssey as a percussionist at a very young age and over the years has added multiple instruments to his arsenal.
Mendel Markel is a Jewish Hassidic rocker, producer, operatic tenor and synagogue cantor.
Most of my songwriting years have been for my own personal edification. But more than that. Music is a very powerful fragrance and for some it can become an obsession. This was for true me. In the early days I wrote a song titled Pioneer. An artist of years past, Terry Williams of the First Edition, heard my song and wanted to see a live performance of my trio. So, the three of us drove down to Miami and played for Terry, Kenny Rogers and his band in a hotel room near their Venue. Shortly after that I found myself playing in a country rock band with Kenny’s nephew Danny Rogers.