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Kickstar
Music - Rock, Hard Rock, Alternative
Without question, Kickstar's high-energy rock breaks all the girl rules. Powerful aggressive vocals, penetrating grooves and unbridled guitar spiked with flawless harmony brews a magical potion, inducing no less than a spiritual buzz. The girls' beliefs and take no bull attitude shine through the music, crafting a positive message without sacrificing their hard edge."We are about having fun, harming none and exploring the magic of the universe." All your senses will be ignited by their playful, provocative style.  Bassist/vocalist Dana 'Peaches' Kate is a whirlwind in disguise, banging her head and twirling her flowing blonde mane. Jeri 'Jugee' Fouhy, guitarist/vocalist and maiden of seduction charms you with a theatrical rawness all her own. "Our intent is to rock you , to shock you, to make you think twice."
Kickstar - Waiting For Discovery Kickstar's web site
Perfect Girl 

email: kickstar@monmouth.com

Andrea Maybaum
Music - Pop
With a voice critics describe as "distinct and passionate," Andrea Maybaum conveys a wide range of emotions through her intensely personal songs. From aggressive rock, to haunting ballads, to joyous pop - Andrea strives for honesty in her work. Ms. Maybaum began performing in clubs at the age of sixteen in Los Angeles. Her interest in the arts also extended to the theater. As a featured member of the European traveling ensemble for the updated version of HAIR, Andrea decided to use the freedom of expression that she experienced in performances in her own music. And, you'll notice that she always sings barefoot. Even in rehearsal. Returning to America, she immediately took residence in New York, a place where she feels close to the East coast individualistic spirit of some of the "modern troubadours" that have influenced her: Ani DiFranco, Aimee Mann, and Stephen Sondheim. Andrea's first order of business was to assemble a group of musicians that shared her artistic vision. Like many before her, she placed a simple ad in the Village Voice, and began to audition prospective collaborators. "These guys came in, and they looked like rock stars…real testosterone wanna-bes with long hair and tight jeans, but I wasn't enamored with any of them...Rich, however, showed up 45 minutes early and had to wait outside…he pressed his ear against the wall and when it was his turn to play, he'd already learned all my songs!" For the next two years, guitarist Rich Stefens and Andrea worked on the material that would eventually become Tribeca. "We played every open mic and acoustic venue three and four nights a week in New York, and occasionally in Los Angeles, until we felt ready to record." With producer Lawrence Gelburd (Dash Rip Rock) behind the console, Tribeca, Ms. Maybaum's debut disc, was recorded in only three weeks in the summer of 1998. Soon after the album was mixed, Andrea began to put together a band for the purpose of recreating the album in a live setting. Tribeca was the first step in a promising career that continues to grow with each new song and performance. A follow-up album, Cue The Sun produced by Brad Albetta and featuring her touring band, is in the works. The four-song single, released February 2000, includes a bluesy, groove-shifting cover of The Beatles "Got To Get You Into My Life." The full-length release of Cue The Sun is expected in the summer. A demanding schedule of shows, recording, and her recent acceptance into the INDIEGRRL community (an international collective of women in independent music) is sure to keep Andrea busy, and clothed, in the immediate future.
Andrea Maybaum Andrea's web site
Get In, I'll Drive 

email: andreamaybaum@hotmail.com

Kim Chambers
Music - Blues, Rythm and Blues, Pop, Rock, Alternative, Country Rock
Celebrating her new CD "The Place I Want To Be", you will hear Kim Chambers play piano, guitar, and harmonica.  She wrote all of her own songs and produced this album as well.  As a first effort, this is an outstanding CD. Kim is very versitale and has a unique and touching lyric style.  She also co-wrote two songs, "She's Gone", and "A Darker Shade of Blue" with her Mom, Barbara. Kim also performed all of her own arrangements, including bass and drums.  Everyone that worked on this project with Kim said she is not only and incredibly talented girl, she is a woman with a heart of gold. Kim was born in Los Angeles, California and started singing at the tender age of two. She was always in the school choir and also fell in love with acting while in school plays.  By the time she was sixteen she was performing in some of L. A.'s top clubs and working as a full time musician by the time she was eighteen.  The songwriting bug didn't hit until about 20 and she hasn't stopped since!  She now has an enormous library of songs and plans to cut another CD in the near future.  At the moment Kim is performing live two to three times a week and experiencing success through the local sales of her CD.  She is currently seeking out stores who wish to add her album to the many other talented artists.
Kim Chambers - The Place I Want To Be Kim's web site
Lookin' good to me 

email: kimchambers@earthlink.net

Jane Sterling
Music - Acoustic, Folk, Pop
A native of the East Coast, Jane Sterling has made America her home. Moving from Manhattan to Tucson and then to Seattle, she absorbed a variety of impressions that color her music with a kaleidoscope of emotions. She moved to Ashland, Oregon, 4 years ago and decided to go for a lifelong dream making singing her life. She has performed in front of audiences in San Francisco, Seattle, New York, Hawaii, Lake Tahoe and Ashland. London is in the works for 2000. Performing is one of her blessed joys in life. Her vocal improvisational skills is leading her to various other venues for her singing, working with dancers and musicians. One of her songs has been chosen to be on a CD by women artists including Holly Near and Irene Ferrera. Now a mature singer-songwriter in the tradition of her musical and vocal influences; Joni Mitchell, k.d.lang and Bonnie Raitt, Jane Sterling adds her versatile voice to the chorus of natural stylists. Pouring herself into her art as never before, she describes the experience of making her album GRACED as a revelation of artistry and passionate renewal.
Jane Sterling - Graced Jane's web site
Won't You Hold Me 

email: sterling@janesterling.com

Snakes-N-Angels
Music - Blues, Pop, Rock
Nannette, otherwise known as Hoot, holds down the bottom end  with her bass guitar and hits the stratosphere with her vocals. Hoot's major musical influence is Ann Wilson of Heart. She has been a fan since she was 12. She has been performing  professionally in rock bands for 17 years, playing bass for 14 years and is the main lyricist for Snakes-n-Angels. Hoot plays a neon pink custom 5-string and a pink Peavey Unity bass and has a pink & black swirl Peavey Dyna-Bass, that may  become fretless one day.  Both of her Peaveys were custom painted by Wayne Jarrett of Greensboro. Her rig consists of an Ampeg SVT-3 PRO with 2 - Ampeg 4x10 Classics and Ampeg 1X18 cabinet. Sting is her biggest influence on bass. As the bass player in the rock band, Snakes-n-Angels, Hoot adds an incredible amount of texture. On some of their songs, she sings backup as  well as some amazing duets with husband JC, while on others, she takes the lead and what a fine job of singing she does. With her main influence coming from Ann Wilson of Heart, it should leave little wonder when you hear this soulful voice.
Snakes-N-Angels - Scenes From A 100 Acre Wood
Snakes-N-Angels' web site
Love's Hard To Find 
email: snakes-n-angels@coastalnet.com

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