Natalie Walker is an American musician from Indiana. She was formerly vocalist of the trip hop group Daughter Darling, and has produced two solo albums, Urban Angel and With You, as well as an EP Live At The Bunker under Dorado Records. Her musical influences include Alison Krauss, Jewel and Beth Orton.
Jem is the stage name of the singer-songwriter Jemma Griffiths (born 18 May 1975, in Penarth, Wales, United Kingdom). Her eclectic musical style encompasses elements of trip-hop, folk and rock. She is best known for the single "They" and the successful album Finally Woken.
Frou Frou was an electronic music duo formed in England with two members: Imogen Heap and Guy Sigsworth, active from 2002 to 2003. Frou Frou created an impressive brand of vocal-driven, electronic pop. After the British duo had been collaborating for years without a record deal, the group's debut, Details, was completed for American release on MCA Records in 2002.
Inara George (born July 4, 1974) is a Los Angeles, California-based singer-songwriter, one half of The Bird and the Bee and a member of the band Merrick, with Bryony Atkinson. Her 2006 solo album All Rise was a KCRW hit. George is the daughter of Lowell George, the late founder of the rock and roll group Little Feat.
Kendall Payne is a singer/songwriter of Indie rock music. Her first album, Jordan's Sister, came out in 1999 and sold 100,000 units. One of its songs, "Supermodels," was the theme song for The WB Television Network's teen dramedy Popular. Another album, Grown, came out in 2004.
Erin McCarley (born January 8, 1979 in Garland, Texas) is an alternative music singer-songwriter. McCarley attended college at Baylor University, and is now based in Nashville, Tennessee. She has been compared to Sara Bareilles, Regina Spektor, and Sheryl Crow.
Correatown is an alias for angela correa. Correatown was a name someone called her once. Based in the Eastside of Los Angeles, the band is the musical project of Angela Correa with bandmates Mike Corwin, Jenni Tarma and Rob Poynter.
Psapp (pronounced sap) is an experimental electronica band from the United Kingdom. The band, a duo consisting of members Carim Clasmann and Galia Durant, are sometimes credited with inventing a musical style known as toytronica.
Singer-songwriter Charlotte Martin got her start singing opera while attending Eastern Illinois University in the late '90s. Her father was a respected professor in the music department, and naturally Martin followed his footsteps. She'd been playing piano since she was a little girl and her childhood was surrounded by music.
Anna Nalick (born March 30, 1984, in Temple City, California) is an American platinum-selling singer and songwriter. In addition to writing all of her own music, Nalick has been writing for other artists since the age of 15.