Welcome to our new live season:
Turn it Up!
In this live season, we are inviting 8 artists mainly from/in Ohio to share their beautiful music with us. We know you've been live-streaming for 2 years straight... Well, now it's time to put away your headphones, Turn It Up, sing, and dance with your friends and family!
You can watch our livestream and listen to music on Facebook and Youtube, some sessions also on Instagram, on Saturdays at 11 am or 12 pm. What would be better than to sprinkle some more joy into your weekends with nice tunes? Check out this page often for more details about upcoming livestreams!
Hope you can join us!
Turn it Up for Hannah Hampton!
Hannah spends her weekdays singing to her kindergarteners she teaches and her weekends singing to her friends (new and old) at restaurants and bars around town.
She likes to cover music that people know and will sing along to with her. Whether that be Umbrella by Rihanna or Hotel California — she covers it all. Her favorite part about performing is the connections she gets to make with the strangers that are listening.
Whether it be an actual conversation with someone or eye contact they make while they’re both singing along to the same song— Hannah truly believes music brings people together in a shared moment where everything else in life (our troubles, differences, etc.) can be pushed aside for a brief moment in time.
Turn it Up for Megan Wren!
Megan Wren is an Americana artist with a touch of edge. Inspired by the likes of Jade Bird, Morgan Wade, and Brandi Carlile, she is steadily growing into a presence that is all her own. Megan values giving back and prioritizes philanthropy in her artistic decisions; through the last year she has become known for her regular charitable and community-building livestreams. Her debut EP Sympathetic Vibrations is available on all streaming platforms, and she is currently dedicating her time to writing her next original release.
Turn it Up for Parker Louis!
What comes after Nirvana and the Pixies?
For a 14-year-old kid in living on Lake Erie—D’Angelo's "Voodoo", apparently.
While that album became the Sgt. Pepper of the neosoul movement, it also served as the watershed moment for the Akron-born Parker Louis, who’s started putting his stamp on the musical world around the time his hero sat back down at the keyboard.
Fresh from the halls of Capital University’s Conservatory Music, Parker Louis stitched his self-taught chops with flashes of soul and rock and roll, boosting his debut band Forest & The Evergreens into a debut that saw them make the main stage at Breakaway Music Festival and ink a deal with United Talent Agency.
Today, in addition to producing for Ohio acts like Doc Robinson and T.Wong, Louis is releasing his own material, backed by an accomplished 5-piece outfit, their pair of EPs, All Good Things Pt. 1 + 2, released on SoulStep Records in 2019.
Louis’s once heavier guitar-driven anthems have matured into a silkier R&B, still bolstered by a voice capable of asserting a character beyond its years.