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Indie Rock Artist Eric Dalton

Eric Dalton started playing guitar and writing music when he was 13 with genres ranging from metal and indie rock to pop. At his day jobs Eric was known as “the kid with the hair” and in high school many of his friends and teachers nicknamed him Bon Jovi!

His father Henry Farmer played bass guitar in the popular 80’s rock band DC Star and Eric’s early influences included AC/DC, Guns and Roses and Def Leppard.

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D&G Music Artist: David Simmons

David Simmons, former guitarist and songwriter of the popular 80’s rock band DC Star, is also the owner and co-founder of David and Goliath Music. David and Goliath Music One marked his first solo release.

David and grammy nominated musician and audio engineer John Grant produced David and Goliath Music One at John’s studio Secret Sound. The two of them played all the instruments…

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Carlton Saunders

Carlton Saunders grew up in Bethesda MD, just outside Washington DC. He started taking piano lessons at the age of five. When he was 16 he and his brother formed a neighborhood garage band “Rockawalkin‘.” Years later Carlton moved to Austin TX to play keyboards in the house band at a huge theme park. The band backed up all the national performers that took the stage.

It was in Austin that he met Keith “Ke-ke” McCullough, which lead to an enduring friendship…

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Country Artist: Mark Bray

If Garth Brooks joined The Eagles you’d have Mark Bray’s record – “American All Star.” A high-energy mix of good times and emotional introspective, Mark brings back the “Gee Golly, I’m glad to be here! Let’s party!” attitude with a cowboy hat and a dash of patriotic irony.

Mark hails from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida but is now living in Forest Hill, Maryland. He was born in Denver Colorado, spent 5 years in Germany, and traveled all over the country…

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Rock Band: DC Star

From the twilight of music’s pre-digital era come two collections of remastered record releases by one of the best loved power rock bands of the day: DC Star. From the sweet harmonies of the first single “Blue Sparks” to the bone crushing thunder of “Fortuneteller,” their sound was truly unique. Their high energy performances captivated audiences and inspired a new generation of rockers throughout the northeast.

Between 1977 and 1986 they released 2 singles…

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Christian Artist: Tracey Tiernan

Tracey Tiernan has been singing professionally since the age of 16 and recorded several releases with Christian vocal group “Unveiled”. She is also a popular radio personality and host of “The Morning Show with Tracey, Mike & Dave” on WRBS 95.1 Shine FM.


John Grant from Secret Sound Studios had produced the Unveiled projects and become a good…

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