Artist Interviews

Josh Harris Josh Harris is a multi-talented artist equally at home as producer, remixer and DJ. With remix credits ranging from The Killers and Korn to Cher and Lil' Kim, Josh's numerous number one club and crossover radio hits have kept him in demand over the past few years.
Jimmy Nichols Jimmy Nichols started playing professionally when he was only ten years old. He toured the country for 24 years until a potential record deal brought Jimmy and his brothers to Nashville in 1994. Jimmy quickly became one of the busiest session players in Nashville, with album credits including Elton John, Lee Ann Womack, Reba McEntire, Andy Griggs, Mindy McCready, Billy Gilman, BJ Thomas, Keith Urban, Lonestar, Jo Dee Messina, and most recently, of course, Faith Hill.
Railroad Earth Railroad Earth has carved a path wide and deep throughout the American roots music scene. From their first gigs in May 2001, to their most recent shows for legions of loyal fans, Railroad Earth has been an undeniable force whose superb songwriting, singing and performances have made them one of the most talked about bands to arrive in years.
Underwood Underwood - From playing jazz with Joe Zawinul, Wayne Shorter, Scott Henderson and Billy Childs to supporting pop divas like Whitney Houston, Cristina Aguilera and Missy Elliot, Underwood (aka Michael Baker) has worked with some of the world's most renowned artists across a variety of music genres.
The Green Man The Green Man (TGM) is founder of Basswerk Records (German Label of the Year 2006/ Future-Music Awards) and has also released an album on Combination Records ("You Decide").
L.A. Stylez LA STYLEZ has been producing other artists for years, and finally stepped out on his own with The LA Style Project (Clay Records/Nippon TV Music Corp. Japan) ?a collaborative album recorded with some of the world's most famous and influential Dance, R&B and BigBeat artists and producers.