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Almost Classy, Comprised of Aaron Bernbach (Vocals, Rhythm Guitar), Rob Cunliffe (Vocals, Lead Guitar), Devin McNichol (Vocals, Bass) and Ian Lowe (Drums); hail from all over the country, bringing a wide range of musical backgrounds with them to the table. Relatively new to Los Agneles, They have worked hard to build a strong and dedicated fan base by performing at iconic as well as lesser know LA venues. The rest of their time is spent honing their own unique blend of Pop-Rock, tinged with hints of their biggest inspirations ranging from Guster, to early Maroon 5, and even the Foo Fighters. Their authentic, harmony heavy style is pulled right from classic bands like Queen, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and The Beatles; peppering their tracks with a uniqueness that sets them apart from their musical peers. With a wide variety of influences from all genres of music, Almost Classy has crafted a positive, energetic and upbeat Sound that you're sure to love!
Cat Ivy is a young actor, singer, and Comedian from Los Angeles, California. She started out with Musical theater when she was just 7 years old playing parts like Ursula, The Artful Doger (Oliver Twist), Curly (Oklahoma!), The Kralahome (The King and I), and Annie (Annie).
She stopped doing the plays after a while and went on to professional acting. She has sung in The LA Children's Festival as well as other projects and acted in films as well. She has also tried her hand many times performing stand up comedy at the LA Improv and hosting a webshow.
Currently, she is working on her craft and manifesting her dreams. She is confident that her persistence and her love for entertainment as well as life will take her very far.
Los Angeles, 2013: Take the art of timeless songwriting, infuse it with astounding instrumental prowess, and throw in the blistering energy and attitude of the 21st century. What do you get? 28 North.
Take the art of timeless songwriting, infuse it with astounding instrumental prowess, and throw in the blistering energy and attitude of the 21st century. What do you get? 28 North. Recently Voted Best Band in Pittsburgh by Pittsburgh Magazine, the members of the band — Michael Lindner, Taylor Netzler, Tyler Bond, and Dominic Liberati — have been putting on epic, crowd-pleasing shows all across the U.S. from New York to California, and everywhere in between. An ever-growing mob of fans has been coming out to watch 28 North perform with groups like Blues Traveler, Young the Giant, My Morning Jacket, TV on the Radio, and Crash Kings. The band has recently signed with legendary manager Jerry Heller (CCR, CSNY, Elton John, Marvin Gaye, NWA) and relocated to Los Angeles. 28 North has become a Los Angeles staple regularly performing at The Roxy, The Viper Room, and House of Blues LA. The groups self titled record, ’28 North’ has gotten radio play for 28 North in over 150 markets across the nation. A staple at the SXSW and CMJ festivals, 28 North has taken their act over the top with this record. With their unparalleled vocal harmonies, virtuosic guitar work, polished hook laden songwriting, a rapidly expanding fan base, and their boundless charisma, it’s only a matter of time before “28 North” is blazing from the stadium lights.28 North is currently playing tour dates nationally and working with Grammy Award producer David Kershenbaum and Gavin MacKillop on what is poised to be their breakout record, “World on Fire.”
Porter Lori blurs many lines. A bi-racial only child of black & french croatian decent he was born to a single mother in Kentucky. His Father (Black) was a cowboy, a businessman, a politician and married. His Mother (White) was a writer, activist, and held down cocktail waitressing as one of the many jobs she would do to support herself & Porter. His mother listened almost exclusively to MoTown but in the evenings while she would clean offices he would sit in the car and listen to the radio. He would fall asleep there absorbing everything from The Police to Steve Miller Band. As a teen Porter dropped out of a violent high school and decided it was time to strike out on his own. He dove head first into his love of HipHop, skateboarding, and Graffiti. Those years were filled with travel, music and pure exploration, but it wasn't always good. He found himself living in the rough 5 Points/Capital Hill area of downtown Denver and he started to become exactly what that environment had created for a lot of young lost males. Life was beginning to take a turn for the worse. He spent many nights in jail wondering what his next move would be. Porter had grown up going back and forth to Kentucky visiting his Father and Aunt and it was there that the seeds of Country, Bluegrass, and a simpler way of life were planted and would lay dormant until he was ready. But his story was just beginning... Porters troubles starting growing and it wasn't until a close friend went away to prison that he knew it was time for a change. He followed a long-time relationship to Los Angeles for a new start but soon found himself alone from a 3 month broken marriage. It was in an empty downtown loft where he spent years writing and developing the songs about his life, taking all his experiences and combining them to create his own sound. His own voice. His own story. His style can be described simply, "One boot on the sidewalk, the other on a long dirt road". His stories are as distinguished as his voice and as diverse as the world that created him. Porter Lori is the NEW story, of Americana Soul ...