Rhee Elizabeth-I have been singing since I was three. Influenced by shaina Twain, lady antebellum, Jay z, Eminem and many more. Have played trumpet clarinet flute, piccolo and viola. Sing karaoke when as much as possible. Have been writing songs since 11... Respect all types of music from jazz to country, rock to EDM... have one song produced by Keith Dunham, co-wrote with John called pre-historic love. Attended a song writers round at a celebrity event in 2015, best night of my life. Love going to concerts, meeting other artists who share the same passion and get excited from not only their performances but from the light/stage production.

Paige Alexander - is an American Country Pop, and Christian singer who grew up on rock and roll and country in the 1970's.  Paige's influence in country was from listening to the Everly Brothers, Glen Campbell, Patsy Cline, and Dolly Parton.  She found her true love of country music after hearing Alison Krauss and Union Station perform Keith Whiltley's "When You Say Nothing At All".  Paige threw herself into the New Country genre and formed a band in the early 90's "Ruby Shoes" a New Country Cover band covering Faith Hill, Terri Clark, LeAnn Rimes, Jessica Andrews, JoDee Messina, Mila Mason, The Dixie Chicks and more.  Paige's favorite singers include Martina McBride, Jessica Andrews, Julie Roberts and today's Maren Morris.  "Tennessee Honey Band" was formed in 2013 covering modern day New Country music.Type your paragraph here.

​Nicole Emerick -  I'm a singer and I love to see smiles on people's faces and love to give and get back positive energy .. I love to make people smile not knowing what their life could be like and just to see that one smile knowing you could of made someone's day, that makes me happy. I don't do it for the money I do it because it makes me feel good and makes everyone around me feel good as well. And it's also  a way to express oneself ..singing has gotten me through a lot of ups and downs in my life; music makes people happy ... And that's why I need to write about happy things, not negative stuff, that's what makes the world a happier place! Positivity 👍..that's me 😝

Chris Dundon - (born September 16, 1971) is an American rock musician, singer and songwriter. He is best known as the co-founder and front man of the rock band C.O.I., of which he was the lead singer, and primary songwriter. C.O.I. released their debut EP “Along for the Ride” in 2008 and full length, self-titled studio album in 2012. Dundon left C.O.I. in 2014 to pursue other musical ventures. Since his departure he has collaborated with various artists and is currently active in several studio and song writing projects. 

Ginger Teabo - I started singing and performing on stage at a very early age. I was a natural to singing and playing keyboards. I was involved with the chorus at school, and learned to play various instruments. As a child, I usually entertained guests when they came to my house to visit. I had been with two heavy metal bands briefly, and wound up playing my first solo gig in a local bar at the age of fourteen. In 1985, I met Keith Dunham at an audition for the band he was in at the time, "Gard." We felt we had more to offer musically, so we broke off and started our own band, "Shadow." We played heavy dance rock featuring mostly cover songs with some originals mixed in. We made demos in the studio and played shows in NJ and PA for seven years. I moved on to studying classical voice with Deborah Berioli, and did one performance of "Amahl and the Night Visitors" with "The Village Opera Company." I briefly toured with "The Trinity Christian Ensemble," (A gospel choir), as a soprano, then went on to playing in several rock bands. I then teamed up with jazz guitarist, Scott Laine for a smooth jazz/easy listening project. I did a solo project at SCA Renaissance Faires as a traveling minstrel for awhile, singing songs from the 1500's. I performed throughout my life; playing at weddings, funerals and parties when I wasn't playing in clubs or bars. I decided to do some of my own recording, so I started composing my own music and played all instruments to accompany my voice. My main musical influences are: Blues, soul, R&B, gospel, metal, rock, opera, and jazz. Twenty years later, Keith and I teamed up once more to form the acoustic duet, "Blue Mile." The songs we performed showcased our varied musical genre interests. Today I am just recording for myself and sharing my music with my friends.