The New York Times has called international recording artist Nenad Bach "a cross between Lou Reed and Elton John." Nenad has performed with Bono, The Edge, Luciano Pavarotti, Rick Danko, Richie Havens and Garth Hudson, among others. Nenad played at Woodstock in '94 and he recently completed a tour of Australia, Japan and China. Two of his albums reached No. 1 in Europe, and to date he has sold over one million records. Nenad is solidly backed by the four like-minded musicians comprising the Nenad Bach Band: Joe DeSanctis, Richard Lindsey, Michael O'Keefe and Al Orlo. Brilliantly recorded and mixed by five-time Grammy Award winner, John Holbrook, their current CD, All I Want is Freedom, is a potent shot of rock infused with heart and soul, packed with provocative lyrics calling back the ethos of the sixties; unafraid to question, determined to seek answers, in a rousing call to action that electrifies, galvanizes and, at the same time, mesmerizes. More about Nenead Bach | listen | watch
The founder and co-owner of Sonic Underground, singer/songwriter Marci Geller has a lofty resume. Included are her performances on Live! With Regis, CNN Worldbeat and various local and regional news outlets. She has toured domestically with her band and internationally as the opener and back-up vocalist for Ritchie Blackmore's "Blackmore's Night."
Her music can be heard in soundtracks on MTV, VH-1, PBS, ABC Family, A&E, Discovery Channel, USA Network and others. Her passion and tenacity have enabled her to forge a distinct niche in the independent music arena. She was voted one of the "Top 10 Best Singer/Songwriters" by Independent Songwriter magazine and is a frequent "Featured Artist" at ArtistLaunchcom.
The piano based chanteuse has been compared to Tori Amos and Sarah McLachlan and called "A Millenium Carole King" by Ear Candy Magazine.
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