Baltimore-based alternative rock and pop artist, Will Sims, creates themes that focus strongly on both romantic and social relationships, and the difficulties faced in our modern society. His rich, powerful music reaches out to connect on a personal level while still maintaining infectious components that make his songs stick in your head.
Through his music, Sims tries to answer questions about how relationships work and the roads people take to get to where they are. He aims to reach out to those who are struggling to let them know that they can make it through the hard times because others have been through the same ordeals. With music that is catchy, fun, and occasionally emotional, Will Sims aspires to make a connection with his audience in a way that will be as timeless as his music.
Sims’ music has been featured on radio stations in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina as well as online radio stations and podcasts. He has played shows in Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, and the Carolinas, and opened for several national acts including: Saving Abel, Adema, 12 Stones, Smile Empty Soul, Charm City Devils, Otep, Taproot, Hurt, Kip Winger, Faster Pussycat, Almost Kings, and The Dreaming. Will Sims is sure to impact you in more ways than one with his music.
Crossing The Limits Reveal ‘Reverse’: Pop-Punk Newcomers Unveil New Video Single For Track On Forthcoming ‘Perseverance’ EP
15th March 2018: “We stand by it as the best song we’ve written”, declares Crossing The Limits vocalist Rachael Holland of their new video single ‘Reverse’. She continues: “The song talks about going through the aftermath of a break up. I was completely broken over this person, and long after it was over I would torture myself by replaying it all in my head. Writing this song helped me come to terms with moving on, and finding some peace of mind. I hope this song can help someone else get through it too.” Shot in Great Yarmouth and featuring a performance in a dark and gloomy barn. The track appears on the newcomers’ debut EP ‘Perseverance’, which will be self-released on 6th April 2018.
Completed by Tom Colmans and Dan Smith on Guitar, Tim Clements on Bass and Ben Brennan on Drums, Crossing The Limits came together thanks to ‘the internet’, with Holland recalling: “I’d just gotten out of another band I’d been in for a few years, but it had reached a point where we weren’t all on the same page anymore. I felt pretty disheartened but I knew that I wasn’t done. I began searching online for members to start a new band with, who were all committed and driven.Our ambition is for our music to uplift people and inspire them to be who they are.”
With the line-up complete, the members set about writing material, drawing upon lessons they had learned over the past year. Not all of the songs made the cut, but after 4 months the band had the material that would become the record, with Holland confirming:
“It’s about walking through the storm. Life gets rough, but you have to keep going. You can’t just sit there in your rut and give up, you have to persevere through set backs to grow”.
Recorded at Steel City Studios with Drew Lawson and mastered by Grant Berry at Fader, Holland fondly recalls:
“Staying in a budget hotel, living off of fast food and being around each other all the time brought us all closer together, and we really got to know each other and how to agree to disagree sometimes. These guys are my best friends, and the support we give each other is amazing, they’re my brothers.”
Naming Neck Deep, Tonight Alive, State Champs and Against The Current amongst their influences, on ‘Perseverance’ Crossing The Limits offer up a delightfully energetic and uplifting dose of posi-pop-punk. Holland concludes:
“There aren’t enough female fronted bands out there right now, we can bring it just as much as any male fronted band. We’re coming full force.”
Red Carpet Premiere started out as the brainchild of country and western writer and producer, Michael “The Metropolitan Cowboy” Coleman. Collaborating with several DJ’s in his hometown of Columbus, Ohio, The Metropolitan Cowboy decided to blend his unique Nashville inspired writing and production style with the beats of Los Angeles, New York and Miami, “Plat’num” is the third single by Red Carpet Premiere from their debut album due out later in 2018.
Keeana Kee is Latvian-born singer and a model , who’s recent debut tropical single “Coconut Rum and Coke” featuring Maffio was shortly followed by the steamy creation “You’re Real” that will definitely melt your heart.
“You’re Real” was recorded and produced in California by Sergio de Anda who originally comes from Spain which created a perfect bound for Keeana’s new single.
Keeana Kee’s “You’re Real” is all about love and appreciation.
Just thinking of a person who is always there for you and will never let you down can sometimes make you feel that it’s “Too Good to Be True” and you want reassurance that that person is real and is not just some fantasy myth.
Keeana was blessed to feel loved and in love on the day she wrote “You’re Real”. She has shown how grateful we should feel when we have somebody to love and are loved in return with her lyrics and wishes everyone to experience that kind of love in their lives.
Keeana Kee’s style is a combination of Pop and Soul with Spanish influence that brings integrity to her work that is refreshing and full of exotic taste.
When she began taking singing lessons, Keeana’s coach called her “kitten,” poking fun at her weak sound. But Keeana quickly found a soulful timbre that is often compared to Sia and Rihanna, and after moving to the UK began performing in bars and clubs around London, further developing her performance skills. She began to learn piano and guitar and write her own songs, inspired by her idols Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey and Beyonce.
Keeana began singing while lived in London. She performed live at local bars with the cover band while writing her own music.
In 2016 her dream to be a performer brought her to the US, where she began working on her music. Her first single “Coconut Rum and Coke” produced by Maffio was released in May 2017.
Christa Deánā (Duh-nay) is a Christian Singer/Songwriter from Philadelphia who sings with conviction and power. Her songs speak to the journey of a woman after God’s own heart. Each song is deeply rooted in a personal, yet extremely vulnerable relationship with God. It’s the beauty and emotion in her voice and the candor in her lyrics that help inspire others to go all the way, every day, with God. Christa Deánā inherited perfect pitch, excellent natural timing, a powerful vocal instrument and a creative soul. But she’s been diligent to cultivate her gifts, obtaining her music education degree from the University of Valley Forge. Not content to simply make her own music, she pulls beautiful music out of her students and collaborators. She is currently a music educator and worship leader at various facilities and churches. She is also the co-owner for ChristaCourt Productions.
Hailing from Waynesville, OH, Richard Lynch is an American country music artist who has compiled a long list of country hits and chart toppers in the world of traditional country music. His single, “A Better Place” topped the New Music Weekly AM/FM country chart, the IndieWorld Country Record Report, and spent an incredible 32 weeks atop the Roots Music Report True Country chart. His next single, “We’re American Proud” also topped the charts. His last release, “Cut and Paste” also reached Number One the airplay charts. Richard is a multiple-award-winning artist and a member of the Independent Country Music Hall of Fame. He is also the founder of Love Tattoo Foundation for veterans. Richard Lynch hosts “Traditionally Lynch,” currently airing on Cincinnati television stations.