Born and raised in Mount Airy North Carolina, Ericca Latza is a country singer-songwriter pursuing her music career in Nashville, Tennessee. Music and writing played a huge role in her young life. Most days you could find her after school behind a piano at lessons or in her room filling up notebooks with stories. She quickly developed a passion for singing when her parents enrolled her in classical voice lessons. It wasn't until the age of 12 that she realized she could combine her love of all three. One night her dad showed her how to play four chords on his acoustic Applause, and she hasn't looked back since. Though Mount Airy (better known as "Mayberry") was her home, Ericca moved to Wilmington NC in 2016. There, she spent two years developing herself as a performer. She played on many stages that are local favorites such as The Soundhouse, Goodfellas, and Hurricane Alley's. While growing as a solo artist, she also launched a band that played on stages across North Carolina. In January 2019, Ericca made the move to Nashville with the hopes of learning to become a well rounded songwriter and a professional in the industry. It was't long before both her songs and voice began to draw attention. Ericca became a signed artist with MC1 Nashville/Sony Orchard in July 2019. She works daily to develop her craft by writing for both herself and other artists. She plays writers rounds at many local venues such as The Commodore Grille, Belcourt Taps, and Red Line. Over the next year she will have three singles hitting radio waves and being released to all listening platforms. "I just want to tell stories that people hear and go, "oh yeah, I get that". To me that means being as genuine and honest as possible. I mean, Im pretty in love with the fact that I get to wake up every day, create something that didn't exist the day before, and put it into the universe to see where it ends up. There's some kind of real magic found in that."
Dallas Remington (Dallas like the city and Remington like the Gun) - Comfortably sporting camouflage or dazzling in sequins, Dallas Remington is a no-nonsense country recording artist and songwriter who knows who she is and what she wants. The Kentucky-born, eighteen-year-old thrives with a passion for life, her music, and her faith. Dallas’ vocal talents are marked by her striking lyrics and textured phrasing; her fiery verve and vigor comes to life in every performance--intimate or live. Dallas played more than 200 shows and events in 2016/2017 combined with an expected 100+ shows and events on the slate in 2018. Her debut country single, “Found Her Freedom” (released in Summer 2017) secured a slot on the MusicRow Chart landing at #60; her new single, "Never Turned Around," is on radio now. For more about Dallas Remington, visit http://www.dallasremington.com/
Effron White was born in West Memphis, Arkansas. He was exposed to the music of Bob Dylan in the early sixties, when the strange new sounds of that young folk singer came emanating out of the walls of his older brother's bedroom. A few years later, he staked claim to a neglected acoustic guitar his brother had gotten for Christmas.
In college, at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, he majored in art while writing songs and performing with his college musical partner, Elmo Sapwater, as the duo, Sapwater and White. After earning a master's degree in art in 1985, he began concentrating more seriously on singing and songwriting. In 1990 he began performing regularly in venues all around northwest Arkansas.
Just a simple Country guy, I picked up a guitar a few years ago cause I had stories i wanted to tell. I've been in love with singing and performing since i was young watching my family perform gospel.
Sami Jo is a country singer/songwriter with a strong influence of classic rock. With a lifelong passion for writing songs, her desire is to touch hearts with her music, either in a catchy, tapping of the foot manner or a simple, speak to your soul sort of fashion. A regular at The Bluebird Cafe, Sami Jo lives in Nashville and can often be found at various writer's rounds around town, connecting and engaging with her fans.
Her voice is pure...It's as old as the ages, yet it's as new and fresh as the beginning of springtime. You hear one song, and your heart wants more.
Brenda shares her own heart with her fans with the release of her new album Better. The title cut from her sophomore recording project was partly inspired from her experience as an activities professional working in a long term care facility with residents facing Dementia.
The album Better contains 14 songs in all, ten of which were written or co-written by Brenda—with styles ranging from traditional country to 50's enthused music, 60's pop to Texas Swing. The album was produced by Doyle Grisham, who is the steel guitarist for Jimmy Buffet’s Coral Reefer Band and who has recorded with country greats such as Randy Travis and George Jones.
Brenda grew up in Columbia, Tennessee—about an hour south of Nashville. She has been singing and writing songs for most of her life. Brenda writes about her experiences and the experiences of those she is close to. Her songs are truly from the heart.
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Live radio appearances include The Midnight Jamboree on WSM Radio
KIX 96FM Grinder's Switch Radio Hour, The Cuzin Carl Show 106.1 Missouri
*Music featured on radio shows in the middle Tennessee area and throughout the world as an independent artist
- Featured artist at major steel guitar conventions: St. Louis, Nashville, Dallas, Alabama
- Uses her music for dementia education through churches and other organizations (Brenda is also a Board Certified Activity Professional)
- Headlines showcases at the Legendary Kimbro’s Pickin’ Parlor regularly
- Performed at The Nashville Nightlife Theatre
- Several performances on historic Broadway with appearances at Honky Tonk Central, Ernest Tubb Record Shoppe and The Wheel
- Performed Loretta Lynn Tribute shows with The original Coal Miner Band
While 20 year-old Rebecca Daniels brings a refreshing innocence to her music, the intensity and passion of her voice reveals a wise and experienced “old soul”. Her influences range from classic crooners and The Beatles, to modern pop and singer songwriters. Whether she is singing about her own life or reinterpreting a Louis Armstrong classic, her unique musical identity emerges as an up and coming singer-songwriter. Whenever possible she takes the opportunity to support local charitable causes at her performances.