Every once in a while a song comes along that makes you drop whatever you are doing and listen. Whether it's the melody, the voice, the subject matter or all three, something about it grabs your attention and makes you take notice. That's the kind of thing that's been happening throughout Nashville at venues that country-pop artist/songwriter Alayna has been playing.
Dan was raised and taught to play and sing in a small town, 12 miles west of Mount Pleasant, Michigan. His father had him singing on his local radio show & performing at Jamborees before Dan can remember. After learning to play guitar, Dan played with his Mother & Father in honky-tonks til he was in his teens. One place was 'Palmer's Idle Hour Bar' in Weidman, Michigan. He played with a number of Rock & Roll Bands such as the Bark of Paper Mulberry and the Wild West Show . After graduating from Beal City High School, he moved to Detroit to pursue his first love, "MUSIC".
Stan Webb is an award winning singer-songwriter, and to call him “one of a kind” would be an understatement. His bookcases in the den of his home in Lebanon, Tennessee are adorned with his many awards and framed photos of Stan with the who’s who of country music. Over Stan’s illustrious career, his songs have been recorded by Marie Osmond, T.G. Shepard, Terri Gibbs, The Forrester Sister’s, The Osmond Brothers, Silvia, Micheal Johnson, Pam Tillis, Kippi Brannon, John Anderson, Tracy Byrd, Jason Meadows, Jeremy Crady and others.
There’s no shortage of guitar teachers in Music City USA…they don’t call Nashville “Guitar Town” for nothing. But Dave Isaacs has earned a reputation as one of the best: not simply a guitar teacher but a musical trail guide, leading young artists, professional songwriters, and touring performers to new heights.
Dave’s approach to teaching develops not only guitar playing but the whole musician, building the skills, confidence, and individual style that create artistry.
Taylor Dukes is a soul singer-songwriter from Cleveland, Ohio. She has been based out of Nashville, TN for the past 4 years, cultivating her sound and writing with some of the most well known songwriters in the business. Taylors' blue electric guitar, jazzy chords and her bluesy vocal tones really set her apart from others in the industry. She has been compared to the likes of Adele, Norah Jones and Joss Stone.
Based in Nashville, Bronson Herrmuth has worked in music publishing and production for more than 30 years. He is president of Al Jolson Black & White Music, Jolie House of Music, and Iowa HomeGrown Music. Signed as a recording Artist with RCA Mexico from 1981-1985 with Iowa band, The Ozone Ramblers. He is a songwriter, band leader, a multi-instrumentalist, and he has toured 44 states and 18 countries as a performer. He's traveled the USA speaking at Music Conferences as a Panelist, a Mentor and Workshop Instructor.
Her career started by complete accident after she moved to LA in 2004 to pursue her life long passion as a hip-hop dancer/choreographer. Friends heard her singing to herself, forced her to try karaoke one night, and the rest is history. One year later, having never professionally sang or recorded, she released her first two albums, “The Alyssa Jacey” EP and “Closed eyes… …open Heart” LP. After submitting to the San Diego County Fair in 2005, she was hired to perform multiple shows there that summer and all around town.