Featuring Jerry Falzone, Scott Regan, Chris Wilson, and Fred Vine
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Jerry Falzone – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_twpmpXvvs
Scott Regan – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lkp0A1B7_zk
Chris Wilson – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohD3knesWfw
Fred Vine – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FNY06TsyX4g
Jerry Falzone: A veteran of the road, Jerry Falzone spent his twenties traveling throughout the Eastern and Southern states and Canada with rock band Pearl. He spent the next five years as a talent agent for Rochester Talent Unlimited where he established road tours for local bands. He produced the TV show Beyond the Lyric with Debbie Randyn that featured local and national songwriters. Jerry Falzone has co-produced CDs for Debbie Randyn and Mason Tyler as well as three of his own CDs. Jerry is a songwriter with a Top Album Pick from Billboard Magazine (For Pearl’s first LP release) and established the Lake Shore Coffee House Series featuring local and national songwriters.
Scott Regan is a singer-songwriter who released his first solo album Autumn Moon in 2013. He is a member of Watkins and the Rapiers, an Americana music band with a folk beat. They mostly play original music written by the band’s four songwriters – of which Scott is one. In the band Scott plays guitar and percussion, and sings. He’s also an artist and recently released a book of sketches and haiku with friend Jeff Spevak of the Democrat and Chronicle called Jazz Lines.Fred Vine is a singer and fingerstyle guitarist from Rochester, NY. He is a master of “Piedmont” style and Delta bottleneck slide guitar. His versatile guitar techniques are displayed in a repertoire rich with traditional blues, compelling instrumentals and captivating songs.
A native of New York, U.S.A., Chris Wilson has gained celebrity status for his vocally driven songwriting and passionate live performances.
Chris’ career brought him to Los Angeles, California for a brand new MTV show called “The Cut”. He became 1 of only 10 artists to win their way to the finals from a field of 160 competitors and over 10 thousand hopefuls from around the world. Chris went on to win MTV’s “Viewers Choice Award” for his performance in the finals. Chris has received honors across the globe, included winning “Best Male Vocalist” and Best Overall Performance” at the World Championships of the Performing Arts in Los Angeles California. Chris has performed in front of hundreds of thousands of people from New York to Hong Kong, done soundtrack work with Director Dennis Dugan(Happy Gilmore, Big Daddy) in Hollywood, California, and continues to maintain a busy global touring schedule.
Chris has also gained significant media exposure, appearing in, and being interviewed by such publications as “Billboard Magazine” and “The Los Angeles Times”.
Chris’s live performances are often standing room only. His powerful vocals set him apart from anyone in his genre today. His songwriting serves his voice perfectly, with a blend of power and simplicity. Chris’ music is, simply put, honest and emotional.
Fred Vine is a singer and fingerstyle guitarist from Rochester, NY. He is a master of “Piedmont” style and Delta bottleneck slide guitar. His versatile guitar techniques are displayed in a repertoire rich with traditional blues, compelling instrumentals and captivating songs.
Fred’s musical tastes are eclectic. A performance could include acoustic blues, jazz, original compositions, American Songbook and contemporary songs. His influences are rooted in bluesmen Rev. Gary Davis, Robert Johnson, Son House, Mississippi John Hurt, Jelly Roll Morton and certainly Chet Atkins. With a stage presence that is laid back yet engaging and witty, he easily connects with his audience.
Fred has several recordings to his credit. “Mister Freddy Blues” (a compendium of roots blues), “Crystal River Blues” (a mixed bag of jazz, blues and contemporary), “Cruising on the Belle” and “Genesee Delta Stomp”, which showcases Fred’s original music. As a seasoned performer, Fred has shared the stage with Muddy Waters, John Hammond, Guy Davis, Dave Van Ronk and many others.