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The multi-platinum, award-winning band Train (Pat Monahan, Jimmy Stafford, and Scott Underwood) is currently on tour in support of its 2012 platinum release, California 37. The album has yielded two hit singles thus far, “Drive By” and “50 Ways To Say Goodbye.” Train made its mark on music history with the GRAMMY Award-winning song “Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)” and chart-topping singles like “Meet Virginia” and “Calling All Angels,” earning its third GRAMMY in 2011 for the worldwide number one smash “Hey, Soul Sister” from Save Me, San Francisco.

Lauriana Mae

New to the stage, Lauriana Mae melds soulful jazz vocals with contemporary pop, R&B, and hip-hop music. Recently signed to Atlantic Records, Mae released her debut EP entitled Love Mae on December 6, 2011, and is planning her next album for 2013. Lauriana is gearing up to break the mold of popular music, reinventing the essence of great soul music from the past and present, and bringing it to fans in a way that is distinctly Mae.


Jono was born in Denver, Colorado, and fell in love with music in high school. In July 2012, Jono opened for Jason Mraz in Honolulu, and was featured on Nigel Lythgoe’s Opening Act, appearing on E! Television. Jono is a signed songwriter with Mulinjer LLC and is in the studio working on his first solo EP and finishing up his album with Therapoetic Soul.

Grayson Sanders

Grayson Sanders is a 25-year-old composer and performer based in Brooklyn. At age 11 he won the Connecticut Young Composer’s Competition, and premiered the winning composition with the Hartford Symphony. He attended NYU and won the university’s highest honors in classical composition. He has written four large symphonic works, all premiered by New York-area orchestras. He has scored 15 short films, including a feature for network television. He did classically inspired arrangements performed on Wyclef Jean’s 2008 World Tour and currently works as a freelance composer for multiple New York post production companies.


Jewel is an acclaimed singer, songwriter, actress, poet, painter, philanthropist and, most important, mother to her son, Kase. Nearly 17 years after her debut album, Pieces of You, hit the charts, Jewel continues to reinvent herself, leaving a trail of GRAMMY Awards, New York Times best-sellers lists, and starring television roles in her wake.

Cheap Trick

Known as the “American Beatles” in Japan, Cheap Trick scored the 25th spot on VH 1’s list of the 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock. With more than 20 million records sold, and 40 gold and platinum awards, Cheap Trick has recorded hits like “I Want You to Want Me” and “Surrender” that never tire out with fans. Their newest album, The Latest, continues their 35-year legacy of fantastic reviews and fan admiration.

Rascal Flatts

Like any classic country success story, Rascal Flatts got its start in Nashville, Tennessee, at the Fiddle and Steel Guitar Bar. Rascal Flatts has since produced seven platinum-(or higher!) certified albums, landed 13 singles in the number-one spot on the charts, and acquired more than 40 awards.

Wonder Girls

As the first South Korean group to ever make the Billboard Hot 100, this five-girl-member phenomenon made history with their hit single “Nobody.” They launched into international fame while touring with the Jonas Brothers in 2009, and are currently riding high on their new digital single, “Like Money,” featuring Akon.

Amy Grant

Singer-songwriter Amy Grant is the best-selling Christian-music artist of all time, with over 30 million records sold. She has won six GRAMMY Awards and 25 Dove Awards, and is the proprietor of the first Christian album ever to go platinum. Amy Grant needs no introduction; just look for her star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame!


OneRepublic took the world by storm in 2007 with their debut release, Dreaming Out Loud. The album included the smash single “Apologize,” which shattered digital sales and airplay records worldwide, and, along with second single “Stop and Stare,” propelled the album to platinum-plus sales and a GRAMMY nomination for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals. OneRepublic released its sophomore set, Waking Up, in 2009, and the band has seen three singles–“All The Right Moves,” “Secrets,” and “Good Life”—top the radio charts.

Vince Gill

In August 2007, Vince Gill was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Given his 18 CMA Awards, 20 GRAMMY Awards, and more than 22 million albums sold, this honor was nothing short of well merited. A gifted singer-songwriter and talented player of the guitar, banjo, bass, mandolin, dobro, and fiddle, Vince always puts on an unforgettable performance.

Martina McBride

A four-time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year and three-time ACM Top Female Vocalist, GRAMMY - winning Martina McBride has established her reign over country music with her powerhouse vocals. She is a multi-platinum selling artist that has topped the Country Radio charts with several hit songs. Even with a large collection of trophies and medals, Martina continues striving to reinvent herself, notably on her newest album, Eleven, which includes hit songs “Teenage Daughters” and the GRAMMY - nominated “I’m Gonna Love You Through It.”

Jason Mraz

After starting his career singing at a coffee shop in San Diego, Jason Mraz stepped into major international success with the release of his second album, Mr. A-Z, in 2005. He broke records with his five-times-platinum single, “I’m Yours,” which held a spot on the Billboard Hot 100 for 76 weeks! His newest album, Love Is a Four Letter Word, and the lead single, “I Won’t Give Up,” hit number one on iTunes within hours of being released.

Francesca Battistelli

Call it life feeding art. Call it truth in advertising. Call it a vintage Francesca moment. It happened as Francesca Battistelli was working on the follow-up to My Paper Heart, one of the most joyful and successful national debuts in recent memory, and it provides a telling glimpse into the mindset that makes her art so powerfully uplifting.

Dave Matthews

Dave Matthews Band–comprising Carter Beauford (drums), Stefan Lessard (bass), Dave Matthews (vocals, guitar) and Boyd Tinsley (violin)–has released eight studio albums and numerous live recordings. The band’s many hits include “What Would You Say,” “Crash Into Me,” “Too Much” and “Mercy.” The GRAMMY®-winning band has also been honored with an NAA CP Chairman’s Award. Its Bama Works Fund supports numerous humanitarian and environmental initiatives.

Christina Aguilera

Breaking onto the scene with her self-titled debut album in 1999, Christina Aguilera has established herself as a pop legend, with more than 50 million units sold globally. As one of the best-selling artists of all time, she hardly ever stops; she is releasing her new album in November. You can also find Christina as a coach and judge on the hit TV series The Voice.

Additional Artists


Jordin Sparks

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