Jammin Jay Lamont
Jammin Jay Lamont or also known as The Human IPOD has changed the game by taking comedy to another level. Jay has left the comedy club and now taken his talents to the concert stage opening for national recording artist at Music Concerts, Festivals and Tours all around the country. It’s no wonder people are amazed when they see him perform as he requires No Band, Backline, DJ, or background singers. Nothing but a quality sound system, microphone and an audience ready to have fun.
Growing up in a music filled household, her mother a singer and her father a guitarist, Lina wrote her first songs as early as age eight, and found herself gravitating toward her mother's prized record collection, endlessly spinning classics from the Thirties, Forties, Fifties and sixties. Billie Holiday was my first love" says Lina, thinking back to her childhood in Texas. "There was just something about her approach to a song and the blues that she brought to everything she touched". Studying music in high school, Lina was exposed for the first time to a wide variety of music’s - classical, choral, opera - and began singing in area talent shows, taking her first steps toward becoming a songwriter.
Laughin' Lenny was born in High Point North Carolina. As a youngster, he was fortunate enough to explore the wonders of rural North Carolina thus nurturing the seeds of his naturally humorous approach to life. After relocating to the Washington, D.C. area, Lenny used laughter to deal with the obvious culture shock. Having many activities to choose from, he joined the Hill-Crest boxing club, which enabled him to use his drive and dedication through hard work to distinguish himself from his peers. Lenny's knockout wit was more than a match for his team mates, so he therefore decided to hang up the gloves and concentrate on his comedy. Since then Lenny has become a mentor for several youth program by supporting the anti-drug programs around the country.
Danny Clay was discovered by Steve Harvey on the Steve Harvey Morning Show in 2007 when he sung a Tribute to Luther Vandross. As a result of the overwhelming response of Steve’s radio listeners, Danny was invited to perform a show with Steve in Newark N.J. at the N.J.P.A.C. Opening to a Sold Out audience with an incredible responsible from all in attendance, Steve then offered Danny to be the opening act for his entire remaining tour. This blessing lasted until Steve Harvey’s finale show in Las Vegas in 2012.
From the USA to Australia...Massachusetts to Morocco...Harlem to Helsinki...This queen has performed both lead and background vocals to thousands of concert-goers worldwide. Her debut album, "Love Reigns" may crown her "Progressive SOUL's" new golden lady! Singing and performing from a place where only true musician artists come from, Queen AaMinah, born Kimberly Hassell, was raised in the Add Sleigh Park area of St. Albans, Queens, New York.
Mr. Sam was born Sam Fallie in Memphis, TN. Mr. Sam’s family moved to LA while he was a small child, but relocated back to Memphis when he was 10. While living in LA, “Mr. Sam” discovered a love for music. From this discovery “Mr. Sam” joined his High School Choir and there he gained notoriety for his talent. After completing High School “Mr. Sam” formed several groups (Mellow Mystics, Naked Truth Band and
Perfectionist) but all were short lived. Even though the groups were short lived something good did come out for “Mr. Sam” while performing with the group “Perfectionist”.
Coday Records, recording artist “Karen Wolfe” is no newcomer to the world of Southern Soul & Blues. However, “Karen Wolfe” recorded her first album with a Gospel Quartet group called “The Harmonettes” the CD was titled “Stop By Here”.