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Scot Alexander

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Bassist with Dishwalla, Steve Fulton, After Abbey, Rocci Johnson, etc. For full Bio and discography: www.scotalexander.com www.scotalexander.com bassmanscot@hotmail.com Boise, ID. 83706      

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Scot Alexander

Bassist with Dishwalla, Steve Fulton, After Abbey, Rocci Johnson, etc.

For full Bio and discography: www.scotalexander.com

www.scotalexander.com

bassmanscot@hotmail.com

Boise, ID. 83706

 

 

 

Raketooth

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Symphonic Boogaloo for the unwashed masses . . .
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Raketooth is a five-piece alt. country/rock band from Western Idaho that comprises the very best parts of Big Blue Johnson, The Flavors, Border Crossing and Mudd Pye. With a unique Vocal-based sound that includes plenty of covers and plenty of originals. Raketooth is clean when we want and at other times just dirty enough to make you want to go to church on Sunday.

kevin43@gmail.com

Aaron Berenson

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Who like dat harmonica
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Aaron Berenson

For the past five or so years, I have been able to make a living on music in Boise. I have played acoustic 50’s, 60’s and 70’s music for geriatric facilities. Lots of interesting personalities, especially in the Memory Care Unit. I believe playing in bars is fun for a musical purpose it is mediocre at best. I believe music affects us biologically in a way that regresses disease. I will head to New Orleans at the end of the summer for a Music Therapy degree, but until then I am looking to gig. Sometimes my friends like to come along too.

aaron.berenson@gmail.com

Faded Leroy

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Faded Leroy is a Boise-based rock band formed in the summer of 2012. Blending aggressive rock and melody, Faded Leroy combines a high energy live show with well-crafted songs to take their listener on a journey. Driven by a solid rhythm section and two contrasting vocalists, Faded Leroy have crafted a sound all their own. After a year in the studio working on their debut album “Days Between Stations”, the band has shifted its focus to live performance and touring. The members plan to build on the years of experience they have gained from playing in the region with previous bands.
Together they tell the story of Faded Leroy, a forgotten soul in the not so distant future when civilization has fallen under the shadow of dark forces. Alone and stranded at an abandoned radio outpost, Leroy works tirelessly to broadcast himself and make contact with any surviving translators. As the darkest hour nears, Leroy hurtles towards what may be his most dangerous experiment yet…

fadedleroy@gmail.com

Calley Bliss

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Calley Bliss: jazz vocalist, pop songwriter, folk lyracist; mix and serve.
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”Oh boy. Are you ready for a can of worms? I have this theory…” Hearing singer/songwriter Calley Bliss say these words is endearingly par for her course. She’s the kind of person who’s always thinking, always drawing from what’s around her, always gleaming a positive lesson from any situation. The struggles with writing original music, putting a band together, practicing, performing and self-promoting can definitely take their toll, but Calley barrels through with style and grace. ”The stumbles that knock me down for a day or two, week or two, or even months make me run all the faster on the straight-aways.”
Calley currently acts as the Music Studies Coordinator and teaches voice and songwriting at Fresco Arts Academy in Eagle, ID. The school’s unique approach to hiring teachers who are active members in their professional craft has put Calley on a staff with instructors who actively populate the Treasure Valley arts, theatre and music scene.

Calley made the move to Boise from New York City, where she participated in the Brooklyn singer/songwriter scene for four years, during which time she self-released her first solo album, ”Pigeonholed,” which showcases her monster of a voice and infectiously catchy but smart writing in so many varied styles and flavors, it’s no wonder where she got the title of the album. She acted as the sole songwriter and arranger of all tracks, and co-produced it with Brooklyn producer and engineer, Jonathon Jacobi.

Calley has sung as a professional vocalist for a decade in styles ranging from Soul, R&B and Groove music, to Folk, Pop, and a healthy dose of Jazz, having attained her Bachelor in Jazz Voice from the acclaimed University of North Texas, funded by a Vocal Jazz Scholarship. She’s worked as a resident back-up singer for Maryland-based label Severn Records, a front vocalist for numerous and various club date bands, including New York’s Startlight Orchestras, a studio-ad vocalist for Dallas-based The Acxess Group, and has lead her own groups for private functions and live performances across the US, Mexico and Ireland.Her love of writing, which budded during her time at North Texas and flourished in the inspiring surroundings of New York, has brought her the opportunity to collaborate as a lyricist and pop song-writer with numerous friends and colleagues, most recently with Brooklyn-based guitarist and composer Cameron Mizell. Together they commenced a boutique production company, SingleSky Productions, creating music for commercial and artistic purposes from the conception and writing phase, all the way to the recorded, mixed, mastered, and ready-to-market phase. They found such musical soul-mates in each other, they also started a folk-pop band to satiate their artistic sides focused on simple and beautiful lyrics, melodies, and harmonies. The band, When We Were Six, debuted summer of 2011 at New York’s famous West Village venue The Bitter End, and plans to release an EP of the project and take it on a US tour are in motion for the summer and fall of 2013.

Calley’s story began in a typical Minnesotan home complete with hotdish, annual trips to the State Fair, and caring parents who readily taught her how to be ”Minnesota Nice.” She knew as early as seven-years-old that she wanted to ”be a singer” – her Whitney Houston backyard cover show easily won the hearts of her earliest fans. At the age of 10, she landed a spot in the Minneapolis Bel Canto Voices, an honor which was renewed three years in a row, including a role in the children’s chorus for Puccini’s opera ”La Boheme” at the Minnesota Opera. Other awards of her young performing years include ”Excellence in Jazz Performance” at the International Music Camp in the Peace Gardens, Lakeville High School’s ”Outstanding Performer 2002,” and a spot in the Minnesota All-State Choir for two years.

calley@calleybliss.com