Turning a song idea into a full production is an art in and of itself. It takes good writing, arranging, and above all sincere and genuine performances from all musicians involved.
Listeners hear and respond to intangible aspects of a production, and they often can tell when a performance is free spirited, or conservative. They can sense an off rhythm, hear a dissonant note. But they can't explain what it is, or how to fix it.
I offer a third party perspective that is empathetic to the non-musician, to the average listener. I will help you get out of your own way so that you can perform as your most authentic self.
Jameson Martin is a singer-songwriter and visual artist based in Northampton, MA. With vivid lyricism anchored to rhythmic acoustic harmony, Jameson paints poignant pictures of love and loss. His sound reflects both the Folk/Americana artists he grew up listening to like as well as modern singer-songwriters, like Ray LaMontagne and The Avett Brothers.
Fever is a dance band out of Western Massachusetts. Known for being the best cover band in New England, Fever decided to use their wide range of experience to create an original song of their own. "When You Feel this Good" is there first single, with several more songs to come in the near future. Fever has shared the stage with artists such as Aretha Franklin, The Four Tops, The Temptations, Charles Neville, Yusef Lateef, Johnny Mathis, and have played and recorded with countless other acts across the country.
Holland Silva is a young, indie-pop musician from Western Mass. She’s been writing and recording songs since age 11, has three albums out, and is currently working on a fourth. Her style is primarily piano based with lyrics on the hardships and beauties of growing up. Learn more >