Set in the heart of vintage Cape Cod along New England’s coast, thisinteractive concert milieu offers a masterful concoction of world music We produce Live Concerts which are streamed online in HD quality to talent buyers, club owners, managers, agents and fans. We offer this service free of charge to selected bands. To participate in the election process kindly like our Facebook page and provide your info on our Live From Center Application Page and we will review it and respond as soon as possible. If you are selected to perform you will receive a DVD of your Concert and an embed link of the performance segmented, titled and edited. Live From Center Stage is produced at the Cape Cod Community Television Station in front of a live audience and is shown live on the channel reaching 80.000 households.
Green Language is the hidden language of the gods found in art, music and nature. Also known as the language of the birds, adepts with heightened sensitivity have often been able to pick up on subtle messages that have guided them to the inner riches of life. Have you ever received a personal message in a song or image? Did your subconscious ever solve a nagging problem for you: when you finally stopped thinking about it, the answer came? Can you hear the sound?
Formed in January 2014, Green Language combined members of popular Jersey Original Rock Band, Keyser Soze and premiere Upper Township Bar Band, D-Suspended. Combining elements of Classic Rock, Modern Rock, Reggae, Blues, Folk, and Pop, They have developed a sound with universal appeal. Their catalogue includes hundreds of songs, tons of originals and covers of every genre and era, from Louie Armstrong and Frank Sinatra, to Cage The Elephant and The White Stripes (and everything in between). The band has a versatility that is rarely found outside of the big cities. They often fuse their Dynamic Rock sound with stripped down acoustic moments and elements of World Music, such as Irish, Spanish, Caribbean and anything that catches their ear. They are also influenced by 50’s Rockabilly, 60’s Jam Rock, 70’s Hard Rock & Southern Rock, 80′ Punk,
Echo Bloom – Sat May 9th 2015
After bouncing between Washington DC, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, Echo Bloom’s founder, Kyle Evans eventually caught the muse he was searching for in Berlin. Completely submerged in the German culture, Evans found inspiration in dusty libraries along the Spree and long, quiet bike rides through the city. He holed up in an apartment and woodshedded for months, the seclusion allowing him the perfect environment to completely focus on his work. After a few months, he left Germany with material for three records. Because each album seemed to fit into slightly different genres, Evans began thinking about them as different seasons, different countries and finally, different colors. ‘Blue’ would be the more folk-oriented of the group, ‘Red’ would be more country rock, and ‘Green’ would be more classic pop.
Finally taking root in Brooklyn, Evans drew on his diverse background, including a stint focusing on electro-acoustic recording, a home-grown love of 1960s surf rock, and a deep and abiding passion for Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals to create the intricately layered and carefully composed tracks of Blue. From traveling alone to performing as a full six-piece band, Evans and the rest of Echo Bloom continue to evolve and grow, with the upcoming release of the Red and Green albums in 2014 as well as a 28-date European tour in September.
Current Location Brooklyn, NY. Influences: Beach Boys, Claude Debussy, Joanna Newsom, Dusty Springfield, Bob Dylan, Os Mutantes, Neutral Milk Hotel, Sufjan Stevens, Aimee Mann, Beatles, Lucinda Williams, Gillian Welch, Lynyrd Skynyrd
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May 13th – Fly Paper
With soulful vocals, fiercely elegant guitars, and a high energy rhythm section, Fly Paper never fail to amaze and inspire crowds throughout the country with their original songs. Micaela’s voice is often compared to that of Fiona Apple and Norah Jones. Her guitar playing carries on the traditions of Jimi Hendrix, David Gilmore, and Jimmy Page. Bassist Joe Chamberlin fills the space between with a modern rock style grounded in classic rock sensibilities. Sam Rice brings to the drums, the rock groove of Jimmy Chamberlin and the flair of Buddy Rich, while Saxman/Keyboardist Marty McLean puts the sax back in rock one note at a time. The four piece band fuses elements of rock, folk, and blues into an unforgettable musical experience. With catchy songs, command of their instruments, and a powerful stage presence, Fly Paper will be remembered long after the stage lights go out!
As 2013 draws to a close, Fly Paper find themselves looking back on a year filled with change. In January, they added Saxophonist /Keyboardist Marty McLean, and started work on a second studio album. While continuing work on the new album, the band headed to the southeastern U.S. for the first time, playing shows in Miami and the Florida Keys. They embarked on their third national tour in June, visiting old friends, and new places. The tour included shows in Denver, Seattle, Santa Monica, and a sold out performance in Bremerton,WA. The band found themselves returning to the stage at the 2013 Wild Mountain Faire in Northern California, as well as appearing at Michigan’s 2013 Jamma Wamma Music and Arts Festival,the 2013 Southwestern Michigan Harvest Festival, and Big Rapid’s 2013 Cranker’s Fest.
The band returned from the summer tour, to an offer from the Jettison Agency to take over show bookings for the band. In September, Fly Paper released their second full length studio album “Dream” to an enthusiastic crowd at Bell’s Eccentric Cafe in Kalamazoo. This show was also the last show of drummer Ashley Ickes, as drummer Sam Rice, took over the throne to guide the band into 2014 and beyond. In mid-December the band will premier it’s first music video, directed by Michigan native Ben Woody, for the song “Sing,Sing,Sing, Along” from the album “Dream”. Fly Paper will continue touring in 2014, while searching for a record label to help distribute their music to a national and global audience.
Fly Paper have shared the stage with a diverse group of acts including Styx, Stray Cat Lee Rocker, Delhi to Dublin, Mystic Roots, Marcia Griffiths, Roster McCabe, the4onthefloor, The Ragbirds, Funktion, Jamie Lono and many more
2012 has been a great year for Fly Paper. The band was featured in the “On the Rise” section of Relix Magazine’s March 2012 issue, and completed a 2nd national tour with 26 shows across the United States. Including stops in Denver, Portland, and Los Angeles. Fly Paper played the famed Triple Door in Seattle and a sold out show at the Treehouse in Bainbridge Island, Washington. They appeared at the 2012 Wild Mountain Faire Music Festival in Northern California, The 4th Annual Hoodilidoo Music Festival in Southern Michigan, and opened for Stray Cat Lee Rocker and Styx at the 2012 Deadwood Jam in Deadwood, South Dakota.
Fly Paper released a new fan-funded CD, “Live at the Globe Theater”, on August 31st, 2012. A fan-funded DVD of the show will be released in the fall, as the band begin tracking a follow up to their self-titled debut. They plan to release their new studio album in late spring of 2013 in time for next summer’s national tour, and to do shorter tours to the southern and eastern United States with continued touring across Michigan and the midwest. Fly Paper continue to increase their fan base while searching for a record label to help distribute their music to a national and global audience.
Flypaper released their fan-funded, self-produced debut CD on July 29th, 2011 to a record crowd at the Old Dog tavern in Kalamazoo, MI. This show was the first of a 14 show Summer tour. The self-booked tour took them through Chicago, Des Moines, Omaha, Denver, and all the way to the legendary Whisky A-Go-Go in West Hollywood, CA. From there, FlyPaper headed north to the Seattle area, for a near capacity show at the Admiral Theatre in Bremerton, WA. Shows in Montana, South Dakota, and Wisconsin brought them back home.
Micaela Kingslight – Lead Vocals, Guitar, Bass
Joe Chamberlin – Bass, Guitar, Lead Vocals
Sam Rice – Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Marty McLean – Sax,Keyboards, Vocals
September 5th – Shilpa Narayan
Georgia native Shilpa Narayan has never shied away from a challenge. Daily balancing of her full-time job and her music has not deterred this 25-year-old songstress from pursuing her passion and bearing her soul in her music. Shilpa’s debut album Stand Alone depicts her personal struggle with romantic relationships as well as the inner turmoil of identifying her true self.
Now working on her 2nd album, with the release of her 1st single “Renegade”, Shilpa is ready to take on the music scene at full speed. In just a short three-year period, Shilpa has progressed quickly on her road to self-discovery through pursuing her true passion: music. While studying business and marketing at Georgia Tech, Shilpa picked up the guitar in her spare time and taught herself to strum chords to accompany herself singing cover songs by Rihanna, Beyonce, and various other R&B artists she revered.
She began posting videos of herself singing on YouTube, and gradually, her views and associated videos reached 1 million hits. After moving to New York City to work as an analyst, Shilpa continued to quietly practice her music and post more videos on YouTube. She competed and won an open mic contest at Don Hills, which landed her a small management deal who then introduced her to various producers and musicians in NYC. Soon thereafter, she was performing in front of 1000+ crowds during Fashion Week 2010 as well as opening for hip hop artists Waka Flocka and Wale. These events compelled Shilpa to write her own music and a year later she released her debut album Stand Alone in May 2012. In October 2013, she performed in front of 120,000 people during the Diwali Times Square Show.
2 months later she partnered with MySpace to release her 1st video for “Renegade”, filmed in the Mohave Desert. Her music has already generated buzz on AOL Music, Vibe Magazine (Named Artist to Watch), thisis50.com, ChannelOne News, ArtistDirect, as well as praise from The Voice producer and host Carson Daly, who handpicked Shilpa’s submission to be sent directly to the show’s producers for consideration.
Even with her initial success, Shilpa realizes she still has a long road ahead. “I don’t think I knew going in, how difficult it would be and how eye-opening of an experience it would be,” recalls Shilpa about her first experiences with the music industry. “It really forces you to grow up and also become comfortable with who you are and the life decisions you make. This album reflects a lot about that inner struggle I’ve had, and I’m hoping others will relate to it.”