Hollywood Ending, Taylor Mathews, Alex Aiono
20 Market Place
Baltimore, MD, 21202
Doors 6:00 PM / Show 7:00 PM
Watch & Listen
Before R5 entered the studio to record their Hollywood Records debut album no one told them what to do. No one needed to. The band knew exactly what they wanted: to make an album perfect for playing in the car. And by that they meant summer nights, with the top down, cruising down the highway and cranking the music up. Not just loud. Louder.
In its 11 tracks, Louder establishes R5 as the foremost up-and-coming young pop/rock band today. "We wanted to put out a fun album," says Rydel Lynch (keyboards/vocals) who, with her brothers Riker (bass/vocals), Ross (lead vocals/guitar) and Rocky (guitar/vocals), and best friend Ratliff (drums) make up R5. "We wanted to make an upbeat and Inspirational album you want to play 24/7."
Hollywood Ending is a pop-rock band formed in summer 2011. The band consists of Tyler Wilson, Cameron Byrd, and Dan Geraghty, all 18 years old. Hailing from all different parts of the east coast, these boys came together with a shared dream of becoming big in the music industry. They got their start on season 4 of Radio Disney's Next Big Thing competition making it in 3rd place. On the competition, they released two singles "You Got Me" and "I'm So Over You" which have been a success with fans and can be heard on Radio Disney.
Direct from a national TV series and tour, Taylor Mathews, 20-year-old singer and songwriter from Alexandria, LA is steadfastly pursuing his ambitions of becoming an accomplished singer, songwriter and touring musician. Taylor picked up the guitar at age 13 and passionately played and wrote songs for the next several years, along with singing and performing for anyone who would listen. With a little encouragement from his friends and family, he auditioned for a major national TV series. The judges and producers listened and immediately loved what they heard which landed him on the nation's most popular summer show, America's Got Talent.
Taylor succeeded with his performance of a unique and plucky guitar rendition of the classic "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." Heavily influenced by his favorite musicians Jason Mraz, Ryan Tedder, and John Mayer, Taylor continued delivering fresh,
original renditions of popular pop songs with his captivating voice and mesmerizing guitar playing week after week, which ultimately placed him among the top 10 finalists in the show's finale.
In an age of young, manufactured pop stars like Rebecca Black and Aaron Carter, it is rare to find true talent breaking through the mainstream. 15 year old Alex Aiono is poised to do just that, with his mix of mature songwriting and captivating performances.
Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, Alex displayed an early love and passion for music and the arts. He wrote his first song at the age of 4 and hasn't stopped writing since. Alex possesses a natural talent for the craft, able to write about emotions and experiences far beyond his age. Raised in a household of musicians, Alex is talented with a range of instruments including guitar, piano, drums and the ukulele - all of which, he often uses in performances.
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