Gentlemen Hall, Phillip Magnus Hartley and Barnaby Saints To Receive Artist Support
COSTA MESA, Calif., March. 12, 2013 – Hyundai now announced a winners from a “Center Stage Powered By GRAMMY® Amplifier” module during a Sound Cloud Event in Austin, Texas. Gentlemen Hall, Phillip Magnus Hartley and Barnaby Saints will any accept one of a following: a recording event with a heading GRAMMY producer, prolongation of a song video with a remarkable writer and/or director, or an opening act opening container on a vital debate or song festival. Additionally, an online video array documenting any of a recording artists’ mentoring practice will be constructed for a GRAMMY website and launched after this year.
“Center Stage” is partial of Hyundai’s multi-year partnership as a “Official Vehicle Partner” of a GRAMMY Awards®. Hyundai teamed with The Recording Academy® this year to emanate an innovative online height designed to yield veteran mentoring and bearing for artists detected and amplified by a GRAMMY’s innovative GRAMMY Amplifier program.
Mike Shinoda, member of two-time GRAMMY winning rope Linkin Park, served as curator for “Center Stage,” that was grown formed on a success of GRAMMY Amplifier. Launched by The Recording Academy in January, GRAMMY Amplifier allows musicians to share their marks around SoundCloud for a possibility to have their song common online by a row of low-pitched icons.
“Hyundai would like to appreciate everybody who participated in a initial launch of a ‘Center Stage’ program,” pronounced Steve Shannon, clamp president, marketing, Hyundai Motor America. “We can’t wait for a universe to suffer a good song of Gentlemen Hall, Phillip Magnus Hartley and Barnaby Saints and we demeanour brazen to following them on their low-pitched journeys.”
Barnaby Saints is a Los Angeles-based band, started by singer/songwriter Erich Lennig. The rope has been described as a reduction of bluegrass, gospel, indie stone and layered harmonies. Their songs compound aged folk story revelation with sensuous vocals, banjo, fiddle, dobro and flourishing B3 organ to emanate a singular soundscape.
Gentlemen Hall’s song is a multiple of a overbearing anthemic choruses of a Killers, a retro synth melodies of MGMT, and a lurch of wildman flutist antics. Hailing from Boston, a 6 members of Gentleman Hall are now finishing their full length manuscript that is due out in 2013.
Phillip Magnus Hartley is a hybrid artist from Baltimore. He is shabby by all genres of music, sketch impulse from Janelle Monae, Brandy, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Prince, and Kenna. Hartley combines travel character art with a excellent arts, formulating a singular character and a singular sound.