Featured Artists

Ray Parker Jr

Ray Parker Jr. is a highly acclaimed American musician, singer, songwriter, and producer, best known for his remarkable contributions to the world of music.

Parker first gained prominence as the lead guitarist for the renowned soul and R&B group, Raydio, in the late 1970s. He showcased his exceptional musical talents with hits like "Jack and Jill" and "You Can't Change That," which topped the charts and solidified his reputation as a gifted guitarist and songwriter.

However, Parker's career reached new heights with the release of his iconic single, "Ghostbusters," in 1984. The theme song for the blockbuster film of the same name, "Ghostbusters" became a global phenomenon, earning Parker widespread recognition and acclaim. The song earned him a Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Performance, as well as nominations for Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or A Television Special and Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Male Artist.

Throughout his illustrious career, Parker has continued to captivate audiences with his distinctive blend of soul, funk, and pop music. He has released numerous successful albums, including "The Other Woman," "A Woman Needs Love," and "I Love You Like You Are," which have spawned chart-topping singles and garnered critical acclaim.

In addition to his solo career, Parker has collaborated with some of the industry's biggest names, including Barry White, Chaka Khan, and Stevie Wonder, further solidifying his status as a musical icon.

Beyond his achievements as a recording artist, Parker has also made significant contributions to the world of film and television. In addition to "Ghostbusters," he has composed music for several other films, including "Beverly Hills Cop II" and "Boomerang." With his exceptional talent, versatility, and enduring influence, Ray Parker Jr. has left an indelible mark on the world of music and continues to inspire generations of musicians and fans alike. His unparalleled contributions to the industry have earned him a well-deserved place among the greatest artists of all time.

Jake Bush

Nashville Recording Artist Jake Bush: Traditional Country Music at Its Finest

Discover the captivating sound of Nashville recording artist Jake Bush, with a voice from the past that's crafted for the future of country music, a true purveyor of traditional, rug-cutting country music.

Tailor-made for the dedicated honky-tonk crowd, Jake Bush has emerged as an authentic craftsman of country music, with crowd-pleasing melodies seamlessly blending the nostalgic essence of '90s country with the vibrant spirit of modern country.

Experience the bold and tastefully simple fusion that defines his music—it's "Where 90's Meets Now".

Jake has 6 #1's on Texas Radio with no signs of slowing down!

Rick Marcel

Hailing from Rochester, New York, Rick became the Guitar and Bass sound of Southern Modern Hip Hop working for such labels as Rap A Lot Records – UGK, Pimp C, Bun B, Slim Thug, Ghetto Boys, Bushwick Bill, Will D, and Scarface, Short Stop Records – PH Factor and Lil O.

In 1998 he was introduced to Cash Money Records by Papa Reu where he sparked a Musical/Producer relationship with Mannie Fresh producing such Artists as Lil Wayne, BG, Big Tymers, Juvenile, Mack 10, Tina Marie, and Turk just to name a few.

You can also hear Rick on records with artists such as Chris Walker, Marcus Anderson, Regina Belle, Lady E, Stellar Award Winner -James Fortune, Natalie, The Las Vegas Mass Choir, Bridgette Taylor, Gary Mayes, Ed Montgomery, Sheila Moore Piper, Kyle Turner, and DW3.

Rick would later tour with the Hall of Famers The Isley Brothers in 2010 as the replacement for Ernie Isley.

He has also toured and worked with Legends such as Charlie Wilson, The Jackson’s, Stephanie Mills, Kool and The Gang, Kenny Lattimore, Deniece Williams and the late Ali Woodson of the Temptations.

Maya McClean

Maya studied at the Lismore Conservatory of Performing Arts, Brent Street School of Performing Arts, Edge Dance Studios, and Lulu Washington Dance Theatre.

Maya gained fame as a background dancer for Prince. Handpicked by Prince, she supported the musician on his tours worldwide from 2006 until his death in 2016.

She also worked as background dancers for Rihanna, as well as having worked in film as a dancer in the 2005 film Son of the Mask
Maya also performed in theater in the Sydney, Australia production of The Lion King.

She is currently in the studio working on her solo album soon to be named and released.