Eric Hutchinson

Eric Hutchinson

Eric Hutchinson’s latest studio album, Pure Fiction, produced by Jerrod Bettis (Adele, The Lonely Island) and Aben Eubanks, debuted in the Top 10 on iTunes' overall albums chart and in the Top 5 of iTunes' Pop albums chart. called Hutchinson’s music “inescapably catchy” and said, “his sunny lyrics reveal a wry double edge." The Wall Street Journal Speakeasy praised “Tell The World,” the first single from Pure Fiction, as “joyous” and the song was tapped as the theme song for the NBC series “Growing Up Fisher.” “A Little More,” another track from Pure Fiction, was heard in a Netflix worldwide advertising campaign. Hailed as “a vibrant conduit for catchy, radio-ready pop” by, Eric has been recording his next album in New York City and Los Angeles. It will be released this summer.

Pure Fiction follows 2012’s Moving Up Living Down, which bowed in the Top 30 of the Billboard 200. Hutchinson made his full-length debut in 2007 with the independently released Sounds Like This, which entered Billboard’s Heatseekers chart at No. 1 and yielded three radio hits, including the Gold-certified “Rock & Roll.” A TV favorite, Eric has performed on such shows as TODAY, Conan, Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel LiveThe Tonight Show with Jay Leno and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.

Tess Henley

Last March, soul singer-songwriter Tess Henley caught the ear of multi-Grammy winning producer, Don Was (Rolling Stones, John Mayer, Bonnie Raitt), who described Tess as "a true voice & a strong sense of who she is. When I listened to her perform, I could envision the complete record we would make together. She has a true gift.

Was selected Henley from over 10,000 performers as part of Guitar Center's Singer-Songwriter Artist Discovery Program. Recorded at Hollywood's Henson Studios (birthplace of many celebrated projects like Carole King's Tapestry, and Joni Mitchell's Blue), Henley's Wonderland EP credits renowned musicians including James Gadson on drums (Beck, Marvin Gaye, Bill Withers), James "Hutch" Hutchinson on bass (Bonnie Raitt, BB King, Al Green), Mark Goldenberg on guitar (Linda Ronstadt, Bonnie Raitt), Michito Sanchez on percussion (Train, Aretha Franklin), Mike Finnigan on organ (Jimi Hendrix, Michael McDonald) & string arranger Davide Rossi (Coldplay, Ed Sheeran).

Tess began Suzuki training for piano at age three & by age five was dissecting harmonies that even her mother – a singer by trade – found difficult.

Henley's songs have won over $100,000 in awards & honors within the past few years.

Jocelyn Faro & The Ragazzi

A singer-songwriter local to the Annapolis area, Jocelyn Faro draws from pop, blues, and folk. Although new to the music scene, she has had many accomplishments such as opening for Andy Grammer, indie band Hellogoodbye and country artists Chris Cavanaugh and Adam Craig. She can be seen regularly performing in Maryland metropolitan venues, and has also been featured at Tin Roof, AMP at Strathmore, Rechers Theater, and The Ottobar, among others.

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