Irene Greene, Mason Summit, Shaman Cult

Irene Greene

Hannah McCarthy (aka Irene Greene) is a powerful rock and soul singer-songwriter hailing from
Philadelphia, PA. Raised on the rock and pop greats like Joni Mitchell, The Beatles and David
Bowie, Hannah’s modern influences from indie, electronic and modern R&B combine to create a
unique fusion of cunning and vintage.
In 2012, she co-founded Brothers & Sisters, a Philly indie-blues band in which she writes,
produces, and tours with nationally. With her band she has graced the stages at Union Transfer
in Philadelphia, Gathering of the Vibes Music Festival in Bridgeport, CT, Wanee Music Festival
in Live Oak, FL, and The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn among many others.
Currently, Hannah studies at USC Thornton’s Popular Music Program with an emphasis in vocal
performance, songwriting, and music business.

Mason Summit is a 21-year-old singer-songwriter from Santa Monica, CA, raised on the music of Elvis Costello, Elliott Smith and the Beach Boys. Since age 13, he has been playing around L.A. at venues such as Genghis Cohen, Molly Malone’s, The House of Blues, and Hotel Café. Mason has independently released three self-produced albums of original material: Absentee (2012), Loud Music & Soft Drinks (2014), and last year’s Gunpowder Tracks, for which No Depression labelled him a “pop prodigy”. Mason’s songs have been featured on internet and FM radio shows such as David Lynch’s Transcendental Radio and KCRW’s The Lab. Mason also produces and hosts Mason’s Noise Parlour, a quarterly series featuring the music, words, and comedy of other young performers, at Beyond Baroque. Mason currently studies songwriting at the USC Thornton School of Music. His fourth album, Summer Cold, is due in January.


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