Wild Planes, Soleil, Don't Believe in Ghosts

Wild Planes

Wild Planes is a rock/pop band based out of New York City consisting of Lead Singer/Guitarist Kris Carmello, Bassist Jimmy “Ray” Hoag, and Drummer Andre Jevnik.Being labeled as a fun band with an unmatched energy and a big personality, Wild Planes is on the rise fusing Rock "N" Roll and Pop.

Wild Planes was founded by Andre and Kris. Jimmy was added prior to a number of large gigs that were coming up for the band. The instant chemistry between the 3 is what makes the band such a contagious good time. The fellas have been inseparable and unstoppable since their first rehearsal together in January of 2016.

Their debut EP “On The Rocks” was released in September of 2016 and consists of four fan favorites “Not Too Young To Die”, “Tell Nobody”, “Another Lover”, and “Lonely”. The band has spent the past three years each Spring/Summer touring the East Coast and Midwest of the United States. Notable shows consists of opening for CeeLo Green, Alive@Five Stamford, The Gramercy Theatre, Irving Plaza, Highline Ballroom, and many many more. Wild Planes was also featured on "Good Morning America" with Ginger Zee as well as other news programs across the country (Fox 5 San Diego, 69 News Pennsylvania, 96.7 "Gary In The Morning").
The band is currently in the studio recording three new songs which will be released in early 2019.

Don't Believe in Ghosts

Don't Believe In Ghosts kicked off 2019 by selling out their first-ever headline show at NYC's iconic Bowery Ballroom. Looking out across the room that Saturday night, it was evident not only in the faces present, but the energy they contained, that something special is happening.
Formed in 2016 by singer Steven Nathan, Don’t Believe In Ghosts' unique blend of eclectic and experimental rock-based music contains a modern alternative / indie pop twist, and has been consistently building momentum.
Along with the release of their first EP, as well as their debut LP “Give It meaning,” the band has released multiple self-produced videos, gaining even further exposure, including features on VEVO as well as song features in the US OPEN and many TV show placements from Nat Geo, Travel Channel to MTV.
Having already scored their first #1 song for three weeks in a row on WKRO in KY, the band has also been heard across the country on Mediabase stations like KPOI (Hawaii), WSFS (Miami), WWYY (Allentown), WXFX (Montgomery), KBZT (San Diego), KPNT (St. Louis), KRZQ (Reno NV), KTCL (Denver), WHBC (Canton, OH) and WKQX (Chicago). In addition, Don’t Believe In Ghosts had one of the most played songs at College radio in 2018 with their single “Slow Down.”

Wake the Sun

Wake the Sun is a New York blues rock band from Long Island, NY. The lead singer Dillon Mealey, bass guitarist Jeff Alvarado, drummer Marco Gill and guitarist Tom Perrotta are collectively influenced by acid-washed, blues driven rockers of the 1960's and 70's and the more mainstream radio rockers of today. Wake The Sun has played two seven week American national tours coast to coast and shared the stage with acts such as Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts, The Dirty Heads, and Bad Rabbits to name a few.


Eagle I is an Indie Pop Rock artist based out of Brooklyn, New York. Eagle I packs a sound that is both powerful and melodic through thunderous drums and chant-like vocals. He hopes his music will appeal to music lovers of all ages.
The singer-songwriter-musician Eagle I was born and raised into a musically inclined family. He grew up influenced by artists such as Elvis, Michael Jackson, The Beatles, David Bowie, Depeche Mode and U2 to name a few. From a young age, he quickly taught himself how to play the drums, guitar, piano and Latin percussions. His passion for music is undeniable. Eagle I lives and breathes music....
Early on, Gio, now known as Eagle I , formed his first band and played small venues and clubs around the tri-state area. They quickly gained recognition and a large following. Soon after, Gio formed another band that was rapidly embraced by the New York music scene. During this time, he was discovered by famed photographer Zsolt Savery-Bene. The band was invited to open up for a legendary artist in Praque, Czech Republic. After a successful European tour and playing for crowds up to 45,000 people, the band was brought back to open for Robert Plant and Ozzy Ozbourne.
Upon his return to the states, Gio began a new project called Mister Gio. After performing for almost three years he decided to venture out and change the direction of his music. Gio was introduced to a producer/singer-songwriter, David Andronico. In a joint-effort, Eagle I was born. The two quickly conneted and co-wrote original songs together for Eagle I's new upcoming EP self titled "Eagle I ".
"I've always been driven to make music my whole life. I have never given up, even when people told me that I would not get anywhere and to give up on my dreams. Through my music, I share what's most important to me in my life. I don't write just to create a song or make u



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