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Tim Hockenberry

Tim Hockenberry

Tim Hockenberry is a talented and versatile multi-instrumentalist singer and songwriter whose voice is reminiscent of Ray Charles, Joe Cocker, and Tom Waits. He is releasing Tim Hockenberry, his self-titled debut album of all original music, worldwide on March 4th, 2016. He is also a gifted interpreter of well-known cover songs, and you only need to hear a few bars of Hockenberry singing 'I Left My Heart In San Francisco' to understand that this is an artist who has a refreshingly authentic approach to great songs. Tim gained international fame when he performed and made it to the semi-finals (last singer standing) on America’s Got Talent in 2012, where he was a favorite of judge Howard Stern.[MORE]

Round 69 New Music Solicitation

4 CD Releases featuring some great artists and bands spanning Holiday Music, Adult Contemporary, Groove, Jazz, Soul, R&B, Funk, Pop, Rock, Metal, and Electronic!

Round 68 New Music Solicitation

5 CD Releases featuring some great artists and bands spanning R&B, Soul, Dance, Alt Pop, World Pop, Ethnic Jazz, Reggae, and Hip Hop!

Round 66 New Music Solicitation

6 CD Releases featuring some great artists and bands spanning Reggae, Singer-Songwriter, Adult Contemporary, Chamber Pop, and Modern Hard Rock! [MORE]!

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Razteria "Aventurera"

Razteria’s new album is groundbreaking in its richness, showcasing a synergy with talented artists from the SF Bay Area and beyond: Sang Matiz, Rahman Jamaal, Carolyn Smith, Chatterbox, Seneca, Waddell Bell and Lou Neuburger, Raliegh Neal, Jayme Arredondo, Joe Newton, Anthony Ant, Dave Eagle, and Luke Thomas. Her music has been featured on MTV’s True Life series as well as a few independent films. [MORE]