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A Buffalo native, Stacy Clark spent her youth at open mics, writing poems, teaching herself the guitar and supporting national touring acts. In 2004, she packed up her car and headed to L.A., because she couldn’t imagine being anything but a musician. Since then, her determination has grown and her hard work has paid off. In 2011, Clark’s song “White Lies” was selected by iTunes as the Single of the Week, propelling her to No. 7 on the charts (just past Lady Gaga). Her record Connect the Dots landed at #12 on Billboards ‘Heatseeker’ chart and was listed by Amazon as one of the “Best Records of 2011”. Her song ‘Touch & Go’ was used in a national Canadian cell phone commercial for Sprint. She has toured relentlessly, including residencies at the Hard Rock Cafe in Hollywood, The Cosmo in Las Vegas and at Tab in Singapore. Clark appeared season five TLC’s LA Ink getting her Connect the Dots album artwork on her back. She has opened for bands The Plain White T’s, Kate Nash, A Fine Frenzy, The Bird and the Bee, Matt Nathanson, Jacks Mannequin, and Joshua Radin.
In 2012, Clark landed the “Best Singer/Songwriter” award at the Artists in Music Series in Los Angeles. She performed at NYC Living Room where her live recorded set was featured on Sirius/XM ‘The Loft’. Other features include her music video ‘Sign’ airing on MTV and a guest appearance on Delux’s ‘Hey Lover’ video airing in MTV Latin America.
2013 is shaping up to be a promising year. Clark’s new record ‘Days Into Nights’ will be out in HarbourRecords/Caroline this summer. She will be performing a residency in August at The Observatory Constellation Room in Santa Ana, CA.
The Moonbeams are a Los Angeles based trio with members that orchestrate and demonstrate tremendous talent. Beck Black on vocals & keys, Nick Maybury on electric guitar, and Adam Alt on drums. The music is Punk Rock N Roll ? Blues at its roots and futuristic in its approach. Their sound is electrifying & enthralling.
The band formed in November of 2011 and has been featured on the radio in London, Canada, Global Voice Radio, Joshua Tree Radio, & KROQ in Los Angeles. They are currently rocketing to the moon and back with theatrical performances, storytelling lyrics, and a stellar wave of sound that makes The Moonbeams shine and rock on uniquely.
10:30 – Gaurdian Ghost
It was the winter of 2012, and Jesse Glick locked himself in his cold NYC apartment to begin writing and recording a collection of new music. Anonymous solitude and personal heartache amidst the bustling city provided the backdrop .. for inspiration to dwell. The snow fell. The radiators hissed. The hardwood floors creaked. And an array of songs took shape. By playing all the instruments and producing/recording/mixing himself, his singular vision evolved organically without outside influence or boundary.
Slowly, in-between long walks downtown, endless subway chatter, and a cross-country drive, an album emerged....telling stories of loss, love, rage and redemption.
Fusing a myriad of musical influences and poetry into a unique vision & voice, Guardian Ghost was born.
11:15 – Y LUV
College friendships blossoming into something more is not an uncommon beginning to a band's back story. In fact, plenty of collegiate buddies have gone on to sell out arenas together through music. In a similarly hopeful but local vein, Y LUV may be on their way to playing together for crowds larger than any "Battle of the Bands" venues can hold. Freddy Janney, Sam Nardella, Luke Hanna and Marcello Dubaz are still enrolled in school, but we've got a hunch that their forthcoming debut, "How Chill Can You Let Go" (produced by Light FM's Josiah Mazzaschi), will pack in the punch to help spring them forward. If any other songs on the EP sound anything like "All Night," Y LUV should be able to carry great commercial appeal yet spin pop rock songs with inventiveness that reminds us of the first time we heard Arctic Monkeys.