Lila is a seasoned, professional multi-instrumentalist whose dedication to her craft is shown through her musical expression, compositions, and enthusiastic performances. Her primary instrument is the violin and her mastery of the instrument’s intricacies gives her the innate ability to touch the heart, soul, and spirit of her listeners.
Since 1994, Kitchens & Bathrooms have made rock and roll music the old-fashioned way: by turning up the volume louder than was ever strictly necessary.
P.A.T. makes music that is fun, heartfelt, and sometimes enlightening! He produces, writes, engineers, designs, sings, and is an aspiring tattoo artist.
Johnny Yancey and Stephen Lee supply us with their smooth jazz for this 60 seconds. They can be found performing with the Sanctuary Jazz Orchestra every first Monday of the month at the Memphis Sounds Cool Jazz & Blues Club.
Charlie White, a.k.a. DJ Primate, grew up in Charlottesville, VA, where he studied the artistic expression of turntables. Moving to Memphis two years ago to pursue a career in music production, he teamed up with CamJay and formed the P.C.P. Muzik production team.
Writer, director, producer, actor, musician John Pickle shows off his inventiveness, as well as his animalistic drumming skills for his 60 seconds.
With his catchy tracks and explosive live performances, Memphis native Total Savage has made a huge impression on the local music scene at the young age of 21. His album Rise to the Occasion showcases his combination of wicked retro style, intelligent lyrics, and raw energy.
Mark Akin of the Subteens performs an acoustic version of their song "washed up" from their second album "So that's what the kids are calling it..."
J.D. Reager is a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and audio engineer based in Memphis, TN. He is a former musical contributor with several critically acclaimed recording/touring artists, including Glossary, Pezz, Snowglobe and the Passport Again. J.D. also currently plays guitar with the Cold-Blooded Three, Holy Cole, and Memphis indie-pop mainstays Two Way Radio, who are featured in the Craig Brewer-directed web series “$5 Cover,” and is a co-owner of Makeshift Music, a well respected collective/independent label in Memphis.
Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, F1 Diamond moved to Memphis 7 years ago. Noticing the effects of negative hip-hop vs. positive hip-hop, he began to see young people's lives being altered by the things they heard from some of today's most popular artists. Feeling completely compelled and empowered to "do something about it," F1 Diamond made the decision to pursue the minds of the young through the medium of music. Called "The Pastor of the Traphouse", his job is to lead people away from the hood.