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Best known for his associations with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, the Jazz Composers Collective, and his own inventive groups, composer and multi-instrumentalist Ted Nash enjoys an extraordinary career as a performer, conductor, composer, arranger, and educator, receiving high praise from both critics and audiences worldwide.

Down Beat magazine recognized Ted in its “Rising Star” alto sax category for three years running 2004-2006 as well as in its “Rising Star” tenor sax category from 2003-2005. Another recording, Still Evolved (Palmetto) earned mention on the magazine’s “Best CD list” as well.

Nash’s release, In The Loop (Palmetto) received one solid review after another (was rated as one of the top 5 Jazz albums of 2005 by the Los Angeles Times), widespread radio exposure, firmly placing Nash, as the Ottawa Citizen wrote: “among jazz’s elite.” James Hale spoke of this band: “Small group interplay this good should always bring a smile to your face.”

Nash’s release, “The Mancini Project,” went to #1 on the CMJ Jazz chart.  The CD honors his father and uncle who had significant musical ties to Henry Mancini.

Nash was nominated for 3 Grammys at the 2017 Award Show. He won 2 Grammys for his recent album, “Presidential Suite.”

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Paula Boggs is the founder of Boggs Media, LLC, a business that manages her music, speaking, and other creative business activities.  She is a Philanthropist, Fundraiser, Public Speaker, Lawyer, and Musician.  She is also a Board Member of numerous for-profit and non-profit organizations.

Paula Boggs has written and recorded two music albums, and owns the U.S. Copyrights.  She is also a Voting Member, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, Pacific Northwest Chapter.

Paula fronts the Paula Boggs Band, which is releasing the Trina Shoemaker-produced album “Carnival of Miracles” on March 17, 2015; and to radio on March 16, 2015.

Visit the band’s website: www.PaulaBoggsBand.net


GOODING is soul-stirring, animated Rock ‘n’ Roll from the plains. With over 1,000 shows in 160 cities under their belt, this Nashville-based/Kansas-bred four-piece is by far one of the hardest-working bands in America.

The band – which includes Gooding (Guitarist/Singer/band namesake), Erin O’Neill (guitar/vocals), Jesse Reichenberger (drums) and Eric Santagada (bass) – blasts a majestic, soul-stirring indie rock with soaring harmonies and blazing guitars – infused with the ghosts of Blues and Americana.  Their live shows have the confident energy and heart-on-your-sleeve emotion that echo the closeness and passion of these longtime friends.


The Transcenders, comprised of three former founding members of the Black Eyed Peas (Terence Yoshiaki, Brian Lapin and Mike Fratantuno), are a boutique music house specializing in film, television and commercial scoring. The Hollywood-based Transcenders are the series and main title composers for CW’s new teen drama Gossip Girl. They previously created songs for Judd Apatow’s Superbad and Knocked Up, the SenArt film Bonneville, and Chris Rock’s I Think I Love My Wife. They composed the score for the Lionsgate/Element feature film College and the Universal/Beacon Pictures’ DVD feature Bring It on: All Or Nothing, and additional scored music for Universal Pictures The 40 Year Old Virgin. They are the proud recipients of BMI Composer Awards for their work as episodic composers on the NBC sitcom Joey.

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The Original Band – Music of ABBA is comprised of original ABBA band members from Sweden, Johan Stengård (producer/saxophone), Mike Watson (bass), Roger Palm (drums), Åke Sundqvist (drums), Mikael Areklev (guitar), and Lasse Wellander (guitar). Also on board for the band’s tour is Owe Sandström, best known for designing all of the music group ABBA’s stage outfits. The band attracts a wide audience eager to experience ABBA’s legendary music. The band tours worldwide, and has a huge global following. The band performs songs that are timeless, reaching fans from all generations.


Our client Minty Cool Records’ artist.

Website: www.erinbowman.net.

In 2011, Erin released her debut single “Problem.” It played on Sirius XM 20 on 20 and several radio stations across the country including WIFC 95.5, Planet 96.7, KISS FM 97.9/105.5, WIXX 101, K92, 104.3 NOW, WAYV 95.1, MIX 106.5, 97.3 Radio.
In 2013, she released her second single, “King Boy,” and it ended up being the 5th most played song on SIRIUS XM 20 on 20 for the year!!! It also played on Planet 96.7, KISS FM 97.9/105.5, K92, and more!

She wrote “Keep Me Warm” that is now playing on the McDonald’s White Chocolate Collection commercial!
Currently, Erin has released her single, “Good Time Good Life” which is has been placed in the 2017 Academy Awards promotion. See it here. The song is also the #1 Most Played song on Sirius XM’s Venus for 10 weeks in a row.

See Erin Bowman’s Facebook page here.


Formally trained classical pianist performing original Contemporary Classical music, with domestic and foreign experience.

Independent recording artist releasing sound recordings rating a top ten in the charts for numerous months and recognized by the Grammy Awards in Best of Album category.

Meets clearance requirements for the Canadian Audio-Visual Certification Office and all regulations for Canadian Content Film and Television Productions.

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In the early 1980s together with Milčo Mančevski he formed Bastion, one of the first electronic bands in the then Socialist Republic of Macedonia within SFR Yugoslavia. Subsequently, he went on to play with one of the most famous Macedonian bands Leb i sol, recording two albums and touring extensively around the Balkans and the rest of Europe.

In the 1990s, Kiril moved to Australia and began experimenting with music, combining ethnic Macedonian music and electronic beats. This led to his first solo release, Synthetic Theatre, an EP received extremely well by Australian independent radio stations.

In 2000, American label Tone Casualties released his album Homebound, which continued the concept of blending Macedonian ethnic instrumentation and electronica. It received excellent reviews from critics around the world, including individuals from the United StatesCanadaUKSpain and Japan. Croatian Playboy Magazine voted it the best album of the year from the former Yugoslavia.

After returning to the Republic of Macedonia, he composed the film score for Milčo Mančevski’s Dust, as well as for the films Bal-Can-Can and The Great Water. He performed concerts around Macedonia and abroad, including performances at the international Exit Festival. He was also involved in composing additional music for the 2007 Milčo Mančevski film Shadows.

Several of Džajkovski’s compositions were featured on the critically acclaimed Australian miniseriesUnderbelly.

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Signed to ABP Musique Classique in France, classical violinist Marie Cantagrill performs as a soloist with orchestras, in violin and piano concerts, as well as in solo violin Recitals in France and elsewhere.  She has released several albums, which included virtuoso and romantic masterpieces.


Sam Mizell is featured on the balmy “Baby You Got That Something” that has already landed on the R&R and Mediabase Adult Contemporary charts.  The track is on “Pure Love,” a 15-song CD compiled by author David G. Evans.

Sam has also produced many artists, including American Idol winner Jordin Sparks, and is a recipient of the 2009 Dove Award.