E2 Live! is thrilled to announce the addition of country singer Grace Bernicker to their roster!
Grace Bernicker is a passion driven, straight from the heart country/pop singer and songwriter, hailing from Havertown, PA, a small town right outside Philadelphia. Her music has been described as having a strong lyrical quality, that at once paints a picture and shares a story with her audience. Her style is a complex blend of girl-next-door sweetness meets the high energy kick of a Sugarland tune, with songs falling into the soulful strains of Bonnie Raitt and Martina McBride. Grace recently released her first three debut singles, all of which where recorded down in Nashville. All songs were produced and co-written by her co-writer/producer Kenny Lamb (N’SYNC/Justin Timberlake/Rhett Akins) with engineering and mixing by Chris Rowe (Taylor Swift/Jewel). Grace is making headway as an independent country artist in the ever changing music scene.
For more information or to bring Grace to your campus, please contact E2 Live! at 315-468-0769 or email@example.com
E2 Live! is EXCITED to announce the addition of Kawan DeBose!
Captivating, riveting, and inspiring are words used to describe the dynamic talents of singer, songwriter, and producer, Kawan DeBose. Having been compared to the likes of legendary artist Freddie Mercury for his heart-felt, yet flamboyant, performance style blended with the soulful John Legend, Kawan has evolved into a twenty three year old musical prodigy that has electrified international music audiences.
Kawan describes his sound as Soul-pop. “The music is soulful, yet I want it to be popular amongst music lovers.” DeBose credits such singers as Donny Hathaway, Chaka Khan, and Stevie Wonder into molding him into being artistically bold.
This is evident with his universally acclaimed debut album, Vintage Soul; a collection of tunes that won Kawan a battalion of fans and opportunities around the world and marked him out as one of soul’s most idiosyncratic new talents. His most recent release, California, has received critical acclaim as well.
Kawan has opened for such artists as Mary J. Blige, John Legend, the late Teena Marie, Robin Thicke and Ludacris. He has toured extensively headlining countless colleges, notable clubs and festivals. In addition to giving back musically, Kawan participates in a variety of charities including Nova Southeastern University’s Center for Autism and Women in Distress. Whether performing for five or five thousand people, Kawan’s three octave range and remarkable stage presence will leave you breathless and in eager anticipation for more.
For more information or to bring Kawan to your campus please contact E2 Live! at 315-468-0769 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
E2 Live! is EXCITED to announce the addition of Ncolei Kelly to our talented list of performers!
Nicole Kelly, Miss Iowa 2013, was born without her left forearm. (Although, when people ask her what happened to her arm, she likes to ask, “Well, what do you think happened?” Her favorite explanation to date has been that it was bitten off by a shark…a perfect explanation for someone from Iowa.) As she grew older, she learned to offset the initial stares she received from people with an outgoing personality that would not give in to “No.” This meant that Nicole tried everything! From baseball, to dance to diving, there was nothing Nicole would not try. She found her passion within a world where she was giving people permission to stare…the stage.
To view a short video of Nicole, click here.
For more information, or to bring Nicole to your campus, please contact E2 Live! at 315-468-0769 or email@example.com.
E2 Live! is excited to announce the addition of Fagbug!
On April 18, 2007, Erin Davies’ Volkswagen Beetle was tagged with the words “fag” and “u r gay” on the driver’s side and hood of her car. Rather than get it fixed, she decided to embrace what happened by keeping the graffiti on her car for one year to evoke a dialogue with the general public about homophobia. Not only did she want America to see the spray painted words, she wanted help coming up with a solution. Erin planned a 58-day cross-country trip in her car now known worldwide as the “Fagbug” and produced an award winning documentary about the adventure that is now on Netflix, itunes, Hulu, and in libraries all around the country. After driving the car for a year, Erin decided to give the car a makeover. She now tour with her rainbow Volkswagen Beetle speaking at Universities across North America. She’s been to over 250 universities (including Yale and Cornell University) to bring awareness about hate crimes and to confront homophobia.
For more information, or to book Erin Davies and Fagbug please contact E2 Live! at 315-468-0769.
E2 Live! is pleased to announce the addition of Musician Amanda Rogers!
Often compared to the likes of Tori Amos for her fairy esthetic and classical roots, Tom Waits for her dark and literary lyrics, and Carole King for her Tin Pan Alley Pop sensibility – upstate NY native, Amanda Rogers, has evolved in her 15 year musical journey. Her self paved career path as an original and independent touring and recording artist includes multiple international tours as a solo, a folk duo as well as a full rock band. Her recording background includes 9 albums with her latest 2013 double-album release “WILD”.
To Book Amanda Rogers please contact the office at 315-468-0769 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
E2 Live! is excited to announce that Speed Painter Tom Varano has joined E2 Live!
Using fingertips, palms and multiple brushes, Tom paints portraits of famous people on a four foot by five foot canvas in just a matter of minutes. His creations are choreographed to loud music that is powerful and stimulates the senses. Tom’s Emotion Into Art™ is described as taking his audience through an amazing journey of excitement, suspense, cheer, motivation and surprise. His ability to captivate his audience and share the experience of color, music, and action is a way to bring people into the world of art, inspiration and creativity.
Most people have seen Tom’s style of performance painting on TV or the Internet, now see it live on your campus or at your next Corporate function.
Dan Davis provides the ultimate team building and leadership challenge! A “thunderstorm” of activities and stories that will elicit human change. Dan engages participants in individual and group experiential challenges that allow them to succeed beyond their own expectations, self-imposed blocks, and barriers, thus creating increased levels of trust and awareness of leadership and leadership styles. His activities are so compelling and theatrical, and his message so gut-wrenching, his audience is mesmerized. Be ready to play, to laugh, to cry and most important to change and grow.
Dan Davis can tailor any program to fit your needs, whether multiple days, one day, or even a half day Dan Davis’ programs will be sure to re-energize and reinvigorate your group.
For more information on Dan’s possible programs please visit his webpage.
Looking for Halloween programming ideas??? Ghost Cop Stacey Jones is PERFECT for your campus.
Stacey Jones has been featured on Discovery Channel’s “Ghost Hunter”, “Hidden Terror”, and two episodes of “A Haunting”. Stacey was also featured on Coast to Coast with George Noory where he proclaimed Stacey’s “Horrific EVP” as the most profound piece of ghost evidence to date.
Stacey Jones has been fascinated with claims of hauntings since she was 6 when her mom recounted her own true tale. She grew up, became a cop, but never lost her passion for the unexplained. Stacey started her group Central NY Ghost Hunters after responding to an “unexplained noises” complaint from a single mom of 3 young boys. She found no explanation for the noises, but suspected the house may have been haunted. The mother and boys fled the house, and Stacey vowed she would help those who needed it and a “Ghost Cop” was born.
Stacey is the nation’s leading female paranormal investigator and is well respected in the Paranormal Community for Research and has investigated over 1000 haunted locations. Throughout the years Stacey has teamed up with Jason Hawes, Grant Wilson, Chip Coffey, John Zaffis, Patrick Burns, Chris Fleming, Christopher Moon, Jeff Belanger of Ghost Village and “Researcher for “Ghost Adventures” and Dr. Barry Taff.
For more information on Stacey’s possible presentations (lectures and ghost walks) please visit her webpage.
E2 Live! is happy to announce the addition of MoZaic to their roster!
MoZaic has always been a lover of music. From dancing as hard as she could at family functions to rapping lyrics on her toy recording machine, MoZaic first started out by singing leads in her choir in church. This was when she realized that singing was her saving grace. She believes that sound and melody have healing elements. MoZaic received a guitar for her 21st birthday, and it was then that her life changed forever. She sings to evoke feelings in a numb society. Being MoZaic truly means being comprised of many elements such as organic but edgy sound, with a hippies laid back demeanor and the wild passion of a rockstar. All of these make up…MoZaic…blended pieces to make art…art is music!!! “Feel me or Feel me Not!”
MoZaic recently showcased at APCA Nationals in Atlanta, GA. For more information regarding MoZaic please contact E2 Live! at 315-468-0769.
In her presentation, Danielle will share her personal and powerful story, and emphasize the ways in which the choices we make impact our lives.
At a glance Danielle Pitcher may seem like any recent college graduate, unfortunately Danielle made one decision during her third year of college, and the repercussions of that decision now distinguish her from not only her peers, but from any crowd.
On Saturday, January 22, 2011 Danielle chose to get behind the wheel of her car after having had consumed alcohol with friends. Danielle did not simply get caught drinking and driving, she crashed head on into an experience that was completely avoidable. Because of that one decision to drive after drinking, a series of unavoidable events were set into motion. Danielle was the cause of a car accident involving six people, herself included. One of her closest friends died as a result from injuries suffered in the accident. Danielle was brought up on criminal charges, and later pled guilty to vehicular manslaughter in the second degree and sentenced in criminal court. One decision completely derailed and rerouted Danielle’s life, and impacted a web of people connected to her.