Louis Stancil in Feature Film, “The Stream”

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At the early age of 16,  Louis Stancil discovered his passion for the arts and began his acting career in the Drama Ministry of his church. Now Louis can be seen on Film, Television and Print. He can now be … Continue reading

An Interview with Paul Gavin, Drummer

Drummer Paul Gavin was recently named one of four winners in the annual VSA International Young Soloists Competition. As such he was award $2,500 and was asked to perform at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, in … Continue reading

Auditioning for American Idol: An Interview With Kristin Corpuz

“You’re going to Hollywood!” That’s what Kristin Corpuz heard as she auditioned for American Idol! Kristin Corpuz is a musician, actress, and dancer from Tampa, FL. She has been performing her entire life, making appearances in concerts and venues including Birdland … Continue reading

Amanda Talley: Oboist With The New Mexico Philharmonic

Amanda Talley is the second oboist and associate English horn of the New Mexico Philharmonic. Amanda graduated in May from Southern Methodist University, where she received her Master’s degree. But in March, before she graduated, she auditioned for, and won, … Continue reading

Austin Moeller: Young Author

  Austin Moeller is a seventeen year old author who just released a book on Amazon. He’s received a lot of attention for his book, including a rather glowing endorsement from screen writer Jerry Eeten (Identity Thief). Here’s what Jerry … Continue reading

Jacob Chmara: Saxophonist with “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band

The Marine Band is America’s oldest continuously active professional musical organization. Founded in 1798, the band has performed for every U.S. President since John Adams. Known as “The President’s Own” since the days of Thomas Jefferson, the Marine Band’s mission … Continue reading

Jaclyn Hicks: Songwriter/Composer

Jaclyn Hicks is a self-described musician, singer/songwriter and composer. She fronts the group Ironwood, and just released her debut solo EP of her own piano compositions.  Her website describes it best; “After years of writing solo piano pieces inspired by … Continue reading

Leah Pecoraro: Visual Artist

    Leah Pecoraro is a visual artist with a wide variety of talents and an interest in helping causes. She works in mixed media, painting, sculpture, body casting, costume design and make up. She resides in Portland, Oregon. Her website … Continue reading

Project: Shattered Silence

Sometimes art mimics life, sometimes the intersection of art and life is so real, it is difficult to see where one ceases and the other begins. The performance of Project: Shattered Silence is one of those times. Project: Shattered Silence, … Continue reading

Cody Carson: Set It Off

Cody Carson is the front man/vocalist for the group, Set It Off. As of this writing, he is about to leave for Japan for one week for the Beyond the Blue Tour, then fly back, and the next day play three shows in a row with the band, … Continue reading