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LAMA College for Music Professionals (www.lama.edu) hand-picked three of its graduates to perform an artist showcase for music, film and TV executives at the renowned The Mint, Thursday, April 25th at 7:30 PM. This red carpet event, with limited tickets available to the public, is the second showcase of its kind bringing industry professionals together for a special night of networking and performances from LAMA’s burgeoning artists/bands including Karmic, The Velvet Teaparty and Micha Ciselle.
Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
In 2004, Laura Baruch and Peter Kastner met, sparking a musical evolution. The combination of Laura's passion for melody and lyrics along with Peter's rhythmic and melodic genius birthed the versatile sound of Karmic. In 2008, Laura and Peter were introduced to, drummer/pianist, Steve Aho, and, guitarist, Blake Straus, who became an integral part of the band. Steve's exceptional musicality and Blake's unconventional guitar riffs transcended Karmic's sound to the next level. For the past year, the band has been working on their debut album, Karmic, which will be released in June 2012.
The Velvet Teaparty is a Los Angeles based Rock band established in 2011.The band was formed by four musicians from around the world who share great ambition and passion for music that met at a recognized music school in Pasadena, California (LAMA College). The strong mixture between grunge and classic rock blended together with the sexy attitude and voice of the singer, Vanessa McNiel gives the band a distinctive voice in the rock field.The band released their first demo CD titled "This time Around" in 2012, it opened the doors of a good amount of Hollywood and Los Angeles iconic venues like The Whiskey A Go Go, The Mint, The Good Hurt, The Rainbow, and many more. By now the band just began the production of their first album and finished shooting their first music video.
This Island gem is half Jamaican, half Trinidadian and has enough energy to fill a stadium. She fuses the pulsating beats from the Caribbean in her eclectic creations and her new single "Beautiful" is currently penetrating airwaves in Jamaica.