Monday, July 29, 2013

2013 Liberty Musicfest - Selected Artist's Session: 8

August, 15th, 16th, 17th & 18th
Brought to by: DVT Entertainment, The Legendary Dobbs & ThatMAg!
Sponsored by: SSA Music, Unclaimed Bands, SongBites4u, Starr Hill Brewery, Reverbnation
It's About a 1 1/2 Months away from the 2nd Annual Liberty Musicfest at The Legendary Dobbs. On June 20th, 2013 we selected 54+ bands to perform out of 220 artist subbmissions. The talent is beyond amazing and will be 4 days of WOWs!
Leading up to the Liberty Musicfest we will be introducing to you all the artists, 4 at a time.
So check them out. This is going to be an epic event!!! Check out these artists below!

Minerva - from Philadelphia, PA.
Messages of hope embedded in emotionally driven rock...
    Much like Minerva, the Roman goddess of wisdom and sponsor of the arts from whom they take their name, Peg and Kevin combine both their passion for music with a desire to inspire and heal others.
MECA Music Heals was founded by Peggy Carroll and Kevin Henry to unite musicians together to empower abused children in their quest for healing and justice
"Movin' On" is a compilation CD featuring Philadelphia based artists with all profits from the proceeds of the recording being donated to The Philadelphia Children's Alliance. The PCA coordinates a mutli-agency, interdisciplinary response to promote healing and justice for victims of child sexual abuse in Philadelphia.

Music From Another Room - from Pittsburgh, PA

Brothers Alex and Steve Foht began making music together at an early age. In 2007, they formed Music From Another Room, an indie pop rock group whose earliest influences were bands like The Juliana Theory and Jimmy Eat World. Shortly after releasing ARSON in 2009, WXDX, WDVE began... playing “Reason to Believe,” as did college stations WPTS,
Music From Another Room has shared the stage with some major acts including Big Time Rush,
Action Item, The Maine, and Honor Society. The band actively continues to tour their region as well as feed their hunger for performance. What started as two brothers has become four.

Rowboat Casino- from Funkadelphia, PA

Intergalactic Hip-hop for the Universally Challenged Evolution of Mankind
Rowboat Casino is the Philadelphia based brain-child of former Spanish Blue front man, Sib (Ryan Cybulski), noted for his powerful and diverse delivery of thought provoking lyrics spanning personal, spiritual, and social matters through precise wordplay. RC currently features a live rhythm section of Dee Miller (Puffy) and Derek Gallagher (Dar) from Da Rezarekt on bass and drums, respectively. Gui...tar and additional vocals are provided by talented Philly singer/songwriter Justin Phillippi.
Only a year in the making, Rowboat Casino has already shared the stage with Big Daddy Kane (Las Supper) Black Thought, J.Period,  Reef the Lost Cauze, and  legendary Wu-Tang member Raekwon . Winter 2013 will debut the release of two singles, "Flamethrower" and "Test," the first of which will be accompanied by video.

The Dell Project - from Philadelphia, PA

We be performing at The Twisted Tail on Aug, 16th of LMF
Philly rock band, The Dell Project, has arrived onto the original music scene. Started in 2009, the band has steadily grown together as mature musicians with a singular goal of making their own style of music stand out from the norm. The Dell Project relies on influences by everyone from U2, the Dave Matthews Band, O.A.R., The Roots, the Red Hot Chili Peppers… and many, many more. With their unique sound, paired with lyrical topics covering life, love, late-night fun and everything in between, there is little doubt that The Dell Project has something for everyone.

Wake Up Paradise - from Freehold, NJ

“Now I am here to introduce you to a band that goes by the name Wake Up Paradise. The four men that make up Wake Up Paradise cohesively come together to make a sound that is the result of mixing together rock and pop with an angelic set of pipes. Okay, do not go thinking that Tim sounds like Mariah Carey. He is more like is Jason Mraz turned it up a notch and ditched the Vh1 crowd. When I listened to Tim’s rapid, yet pleasing delivery in Hits The Ground, Mraz was all I could compare him to in my head. Oh yes, Hits The Ground. That is the name of the only musical bite they Wake Up Paradise is giving up to nibble on when it comes to their Facebook. Are they hard at work on more music? Fans of pop rock better hope so. If you like bands that have a rock base, but are able to make you sway in a way that you might if you were say…watching This Century, then do yourself a favor and check these Jersey boys out.

Even for a group that has clocked thousands of miles and performed at hundreds of venues across the country, it’s amazing that discovering a sound still proves to be the most significant challenge in a band’s journey. So if there’s anything that the Brooklyn based rock band The Energy has learned during the recording of their 4th album, Streets of In-Between (Produced by Scott Riebling: Fall Out B...oy, We the Kings, The Academy Is), it’s that at times the most succinct statement can be the most powerful. The message of the album is clear: when you take the road less traveled, your life becomes richer and more fulfilled.
Selling out many of New York City’s and Boston's premier venues over the past two years, the band currently ranks among the top grossing indie acts in the Northeast. And yet despite touring with artists such as 3 Doors Down, Vertical Horizon, Ryan Cabrera and Eve 6, and having had music featured numerous times on both MTV and ESPN, the band chooses to keep ambitious. The Energy recently appeared on Voice of America (VOA) “Border Crossings” program for some 100 million listeners, and shortly thereafter helped to host an episode of ESPN’s “Inside the Big East.”

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