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T-Baby

T-Baby was born January 23, 1991 and started rapping in high school at age 18, recording his first demos on his cell phone. He soon went into the studio, recording on his cousin's label, Kill Yo'self Entertainment.

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T-Baby

St. James, LA

T-Ro

In the words of South Florida rapper T-Ro, "your dream doesn't always match up with your calling. [My] dream was to be a professional athlete. My calling is music." And so this top football prospect has followed his calling in the footsteps of his late uncle, renowned rapper Ran Rover.

T-Ro has made quick work of establishing his music career. Working with the likes of Nick Fury and Snatch and Grab Productions, T-Ro is currently riding the success of his debut mixtape,…

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T-Ro

Miami, FL

JR Taylor

A native Texan, JR Taylor was born and raised in San Antonio, TX. His professional music experience began in high school and continued through his years studying music at the University of Texas at Austin.

As a studio engineer/producer, he has a wide range of credits from children’s records with Walt Disney Records to progressive rock legends such as Styx, Alan Holdsworth, and Terry Bozzio. As an artist, in addition to his own progressive, instrumental and worship projects, he has accompanied…

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Austin, TX

Linda Taylor

Linda Taylor (aka LT) was born and raised in Southern California. She started playing the guitar at age four and, though she had several teachers early on and participated in the typical school programs, she is primarily self-taught. After years of performing locally, mostly on the R&B circuit, LT began touring heavily with jazz saxophonist Kirk Whalum. Highlights include a performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival with special guests Monty Alexander and Wallace Roney. World tour credits include…

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Los Angeles, CA

TaylorWise

Musician and songwriter, JR Taylor (Amid the Crash, Water and Rust), is the Worship Leader at Austin Christian Fellowship in Austin, TX. He writes and performs with Jerry Wise and Amid the Crash and leads worship for events, retreats and camps. From the other side of the microphone, JR has engineered for some of…

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Austin, TX

Telegraph Canyon

"combines compelling songwriting with layers of driving, dynamic sounds only to, at times, strip it all away and expose a raw and gentle undercurrent"

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Telegraph Canyon

Fort Worth, TX

Owen Temple

Owen Temple is a singer/songwriter from Austin, Texas. Owen won the B. W. Stevenson Songwriting Competition sponsored by Poor David’s Club in Dallas and became a finalist at the Kerrville Folk Festival’s New Folk competition in 2007. He’s known throughout Texas, the Midwest, and the Eastern US as a first-class songwriter, compelling performer and fine singer. Three of his previous albums, General Store, Passing Through, and Two Thousand Miles, were produced by Lloyd Maines…

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Owen Temple

Austin, TX

Terracotta

Terracotta is among the handful of acoustic soul pop artists to emerge following the late-'90s success of artists like Jason Mraz and India Arie. The band's singer, Valentine, is a from-the-heart singer/songwriter rooted in the R&B, soul, Motown, and blues, yet grounded in the post-hip-hop urban world of today. Their debut album, Acoustic Soul is rich with textured songs, hooks, and impressively mature lyrics. The band members met at a restaurant surrounded by a romantic lake called "C2"…

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Terracotta

Bangkok, Thailand

Tessy Lou and the Shotgun Stars

Tessy Lou and the Shotgun Stars spent a month of Sundays at the Pony Bar in Pony, Montana. Bryan Paugh fiddle, Mike Singer banjo, Kenny Williams Doghouse Bass, and Tessy Lou Williams sweet vocals and guitar born to sing the songs that tell the story of life lived in a west. "C'mon Boys!" was the rallying cry as the band worked it's magic for all that were lucky enough to be part of real yahoo time in a by God Montana bar.

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Tessy Lou and the Shotgun Stars

Pony, MT

Testify

The story behind the artist formerly known as Mik3y-Savag3 is definitely one everyone can relate to…

Michael Anthony Warren II (aka Testify-Music), was born in Montgomery and raised in the city of Prattville, Alabama. He started getting into music at a young age, and listened to various musicians growing up. He didn't have a rough childhood and was blessed enough to be raised by both his parents, but sympathized with the many people who came from broken homes. But as he got older he developed…

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Prattville, AL

Texas Tycoons

Texas Tycoons are an all-star band of the most in-demand Texas musicians performing a wide variety of Lone Star classics. Whether it's rock and roll, country, top 40, or blues Texas musicians have made a giant musical impact over the last 50 years. To celebrate their great musical heritage, the Texas Tycoons have built a repertoire as vast and varied as the great state itself. From Archie Bell to ZZ Top, Willie Nelson to T-Bone Walker, Doug Sahm to Buddy Holly, if it's Texas music, the Tycoons have…

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Texas Tycoons

Austin, TX

Thrift Store Cowboys

West Texas indie rock / alt country band.

ambient and Gothic western music for songs that touch on death, loss, fear, redemption, the Spanish Civil War and West Texas ghost stories.

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Thrift Store Cowboys

Lubbock, TX

Thunderbird

Formed in Vancouver, Canada in 2003, Thunderbird play original songs that recall the classic hard rock sound of the late 1970s and early '80s.

Inspiration came from the entire spectrum of hard rock styles of that era. So much was going on at the time - everything from blues-rock to boogie, metal and punk. A major influence for Thunderbird has been 'Oz Rock', the raw and powerful sound developed by bands gigging in Australian pubs in the Seventies.

Thunderbird's debut album, 'What's The…

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Vancouver, Canada

Tobin-Wilcox

Guitarist Jeff Tobin and bassist Geoff Wilcox comprise a delightful acoustic duo out of Columbus, Ohio. Their articulate, witty lyrics flow humorously over upbeat, folk-infused songwriting. Genre-wise, Tobin-Wilcox approximates a two-headed Jonathan Coulton, without such a focus on technology. With songs like "My Job Sucks (But Others Suck More)," Tobin-Wilcox sing songs that we can all relate to, without crossing the line of being ridiculous for ridiculousness' sake. Think, Randy Newman minus the…

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Columbus, OH

Pat Todd & The Rankoutsiders

For over twenty years, The Lazy Cowgirls were the undisputed kings of Los Angeles underground Rock 'n' Roll, releasing countless singles and albums for labels such as Sympathy For the Record Industry, Crypt, Bomp!, and Gearhead. Wayne Coyne, of The Flaming Lips, called them an "American Institution." The Cowgirls may be no more, but their founder, vocalist and songwriter, Pat Todd, has released his third full length album with The Rankoutsiders entitled 14th & Nowhere…. Produced and engineered…

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Van Nuys, CA

Travadey

Travadey is a rapper out of Elizabeth, New Jersery whose career is just beginning to blow up. Only 18-years-old now, Travadey started rapping at age 13. Currently, he's mounting an underground promotional campaign for his debut EP "Humble Soul Rich Dreams," though it's on the verge of becoming too well known to maintain the "underground" distinction. Travadey has posted two songs to his Soundcloud profile. "FBS SHXT" and his latest single, "Chino" have earned hundreds of listens. YouTube seems to…

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Elizabeth, NJ

Treetop Sailors

Treetop Sailors is a band rooted in a refreshing and modern blend of traditional southern blues rock and melodically driven pop music. The Sailors are known best for their high energy live show, featuring a mix of powerful driving blues rock and soul, filled with expressive improvisation and refreshing grooves. Born in Boston, MA in the fall of 08’ by Guitarist Jonathan (Jelly) Ellington (Asheville, NC), Vocalist Jacob Mecham (Idaho Falls, ID), Bassist Nick Casillo (Portland, CT), and Drummer Chris…

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Treetop Sailors

Austin, TX

Tremolo

The sentimentality of Del Amitri with an intense-yet-poppy Flickerstick-like edge. The vocal will grab hold you and the lyrics will make you grab right back.

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Oakland, CA

Tu Michael

Tu Michael began to emulate Michael Jackson's dancing at age 11, while in the 6th grade. Three years later, he performed for the first time at his school's English Festival. Then, while attending the Institute of International Relations, he formed a group called Moondancers, who began performing frequently at clubs, parties, and corporate promotional events.

Today, Tu Michael is somewhat of an internet sensation on several websites that offer his services for as little at $5. He was…

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Tu Michael

Hanoi, Vietnam

Monk Turner

Monk Turner has been a musical marketing machine since shortly after hitting puberty. He is currently an exclusive creator and purveyor of conceptual recording--don't ask him to write a song, but he'd gladly write you an entire album.

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Los Angeles, CA

T.U.S.H.

Bleak, belligerent, apocalyptic death/thrash from the harsh and hostile lowlands of South Austin Texas. This is a 5-song solo project from the tortured brain of SPLarsen, mastermind behind Sentinel and the killer Texas thrash documentary Circus Of Fools. In February 2012, TMU Records released T.U.S.H.'s debut, a 100-copy cassette pressing of The Ultimate Self Hatred.

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T.U.S.H.

Austin, TX

Twang Darkly

Michael, Troy, and Joel got together in September of 2010 to form Twang Darkly, a trio who plays newfangled mountain music.

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Twang Darkly

Shreveport, LA