The first time I heard Brinton play was at Humpy’s [Anchorage, AK]…and I was blown away. He took the stage, played a couple chords, sang two notes, and completely silenced the crowd. He took charge of the room and by the end of his first song I seriously had butterflies. He is a killer lyricist, and also writes those melodies that get stuck in your head for days and days.
Anyone who has heard the music of Brinton Jones will agree that his songs are literature of the heart. Like a book bound by melody, harmony, and honesty, they unfold before you. Paragraphs become verses and chapters become choruses, leaving room for interpretation & relation. Brinton is an author as much as he is a songwriter. After you’ve heard his music and shut the book, you feel close to something that, before, felt so far away. You long to hear it again. Square Magazine
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Cascada is an award-winning German eurodance group. They are most famous for their hit singles “Everytime We Touch” which won them a World Music Award in 2007 as well as becoming the group’s first number one single, “What Hurts the Most” which stormed the charts in 2008, and “Evacuate the Dancefloor” which recently became a UK number one. So far the group has sold an estimated 13 million copies of their three albums worldwide. Cascada consists of English-German singer Natalie Horler, and Record producers DJ Manian and Yanou.
Natalie Horler was born on September 23, 1981. As the front line singer, she is often presented as Cascada, as opposed to the entire band. When she was just 26, she worked for a number of various DJs. She provided vocals for dance act 2 Vibez with their song “Sometimes”, which was released on October 8, 2004. Eventually, she met Yann Peifer and Manuel Reuter . Natalie was born in Bonn, Germany. Horler’s parents are English, thus she speaks fluent English with an English accent and states that she has enjoyed a ‘very English upbringing’.
His unique combination of percussive elements mixed with melodic trance rhythms, has made him one of the most successful DJs/Producers in the world, and is widely referred to as the founding father of Hard Trance. Simply put, Scot Project is without a doubt, a legend in the world of electronic dance music.
With regular performances at legendary clubs and festivals all over the planet such as Trance Energy, Sensation, Planet Love, Godskitchen, Gatecrasher, Slinky, Dance Valley, Mystery Land, Defqon, Global Gathering, Homelands, Coach, Avalon, Airport, Space, Judgment Sunday, Zurich Street Parade, The Guvernent, and too many more to list, Scot Project continues a consistent delivery of his very unique sound at the worlds most highly coveted venues.