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Scott Nadeau is a songwriter, singer, and multi-instrumentalist. Currently, he is the lead vocalist and bassist of Chicago rock group The Million Reasons. In February 2017, TMR released their self-recorded 6-song debut EP, The Runaround, and in 2018 they released two more singles, "Dizzy" and "Battle Of Sound" to local acclaim. Scott is also one half of a Soul/R&B/Blues duo with singer Elisa Latrice, for which Scott is the guitarist and backup vocalist. In August of 2017, they released their collaborative EP titled "Two The Moon." Both projects are active on the Chicago music scene actively playing shows and writing new music. As a young musician, Scott has played a variety of different styles of rock and pop music with bands throughout the Midwest. Notably, he was a singer and guitarist in Grand Rapids rock band Tribune from 2007-2011. He has also had a storied solo music career, releasing four EPs, a full length album, and appearances on two releases for AEMMP Records during his college career. Scott also has experience working with jazz and classical music genres. With Scott's main focuses now being on The Million Reasons and Two The Moon (with Elisa Latrice), he has decided to devote his songwriting efforts to those projects, and will be releasing solo material more infrequently, but relishes every opportunity to jump on stage and rock the crowd!
A proud Queer theatre artist and musician thriving in Chicago, IL. She has a fiery spirit and a mad passion for devising, singing, songwriting, and her ukulele. After moving into the city on her own just over a year ago she has graced stages with her presence all over Chicago, including most recently “The Chill As Fuck Show” at Second City, Uncommon Ground, The Shithole show, The Factory Theatre, The Mexican Museum of Modern Art, The Den Theatre, and many more! She hopes to use theatre and music to build community and heal the human heart.
Quinn Cassell is an emerging musician in high school, writing and recording music in his free time.