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Isabella Snow is a 23 year old singer/songwriter originally from Lake Geneva, WI. Growing up with a vocalist for a mother, jazz was a constant in her house, influencing her along with folk, rock, and singer/songwriter. She began writing music at 15, composing on guitar and ukulele. At 16, she began singing with a big band, ultimately winning outstanding vocalist twice (2012, 2013) for Winton Marsalis's Essentially Ellington competition with Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. Isabella now has a degree in Musical Theatre with minors in Jazz Studies and Makeup/Costume Design from Elmhurst College. In her original music, she blends both her theatrical and various musical influences to support her vulnerable, witty lyrics with an organic soulfulness, a fiery honesty, and compelling storytelling.
Joey Harbert is a singer/songwriter based in Chicago, IL. Joey was raised in the Oklahoma City metro area and has a Bachelors of Music in Musical Theatre from the University of Central Oklahoma. Joey started writing musical theatre tunes in college, but has recently turned towards a more folk-pop sound drawing inspiration from Brandi Carlile, Bon Iver, and Fleetwood Mac. However, that's not to say that he's left music theatre behind: in Underscore Theatre's production of Haymarket he was able to use his talents as an musician and an actor in the role of Louis Lingg which the Chicago Tribune heralded as "excellent..." and a "nicely sung performance, emotional and vulnerable." Joey brings his theatrical experience to add depth to his lyrics and performances.
Clair Voyant paves her own way when it comes to music. From the pure, soft whispers of her voice to the deep growl, she leaves everyone silent. Clair Voyant grew up in Carlisle, IA but has since then, resides in Des Moines, IA. She knew since she was 5 that she was going to be a singer. It was the one thing she never tired of doing and what she knew she was good at. She grew up performing in the Des Moines Metro Opera and the Heartland Youth Choir as well as choir in school but, years after, quit because it wasn't the style of music she wanted to pursue. Clair Voyant finished high school and had attended DMACC but dropped out before the end of the first semester. She didn't want a plan b because for her there isn't one, there's only one road. The road she's paving her own way. Explore the site and learn more about the artist behind the music.