Utopia Artists

 
representing your favorite artists:
Doo Wop Live · A Love Affair · Bubblemania
Music Opportunities: Dream Nights/Talent Watch
Spectacular Ice Shows · Cirque Zuma Zuma
Heroes of Rock · Acoustically Speaking
Sensational Sixties & Seventies Show and many more ...

Package
Shows

Variety
Shows

Contact
Us

MANY ORIGINAL RECORDING STARS FROM THE 50s, 60s,70s, 80s... BOOK AN UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE

UTOPIA ARTISTS
Booking
Ph 914-319-9995
Fax 1-888-919-1912
Email: Wendy



Utopia Artists, LLC on LinkedIn

No Justice
NO JUSTICE 

No Justice hails from a rather small place on the map, Stillwater, OK, known for spawning large talent like Jimmy LaFave, Garth Brooks and Jason Boland & The Stragglers. Country-rock tones weave in and out of the band's solid self-titled release, thanks in part to recent recruit Brandon Jackson on vocals guitar, Joey Trevino on vocals/bass and Jerry Payne on guitar. Tunes like ''Never Come Back'' and ''Bend But Don't Break'' lead with the Southern drummer/percussionist, Armando Lopez. Lopez shines on ''Don't Walk Away'' providing smooth groovy touches in all the right places, and on ''Breathe,'' a melodically addicting ballad alive with pop essence and a funk pulse. Steve Rice tops it all off with acoustic overlays and a vocal concoction brewed from a little grit and a lot of soul. In September of 2007 No Justice released their first live album, "Live at Billy Bob's" CD/DVD, joining a prestigious list of legendary artists in the "Live at Billy Bob's" series.

MCHAYES

Before transistors and vocal tuners, music was solely a musicianís medium. Success depended upon the ability of talented individuals to appeal to fans directly - be it on a concert stage or through largely unfettered recordings and radio broadcasts. McHayes is grounded in that increasingly bygone sensibility and is a bold yet never brash statement from two young men with enough musical experience to know whatís truly important.

MIRANDA LAMBERT

Miranda has been singing most of her life, but began pursuing music as a career in April of 2000 when she enter the Tru-Value Talent Search and placed as a finalist. It was then that she decided the stage was the place for her. In spring of 2001 Miranda was named as first runner-up for the young Tammy Wynette for the Ryman Auditorium's Broadway musical "Stand By Your Man - The Tammy Wynette Story." She released her first album "Miranda Lambert", in September 2001; her first single debuted on Texas Music Charts for three month. Miranda qualified as a finalist for USA Network's Nashville Star series and maintained her position throughout the series, finishing in the top 3 of 8000.

 

Join Our Mailing List
Email:
For Email Marketing you can trust

© Utopia Artists, LLC