Don DiLego

Don DiLego Drawing comparisons to the likes of Wilco, Beck, Ryan Adams, and even the Beach Boys, Don DiLego continues to develop as an artist who refuses to be categorized. His new album "Photographs of 1971" is a testament to that ongoing battle.

Don's first release, "The Lonestar Hitchhiker," was recorded for Universal Records shortly after his move to New York City. Featured musicians included Jay Bennett (ex–Wilco), Gregg Williams (Sheryl Crow, Wallflowers), and Paul Garisto (Jesse Malin, Ryan Adams). Since then, he has toured extensively in support of all three of his releases, building a loyal fan base and national recognition as a touring artist.

Along the way, he has opened for the likes of Norah Jones, Graham Parker, Sheryl Crow, Duran Duran, Roger Clyne, Bree Sharp, Jeffrey Gaines, Shannon McNally, and many more. His songs have been impressively featured in film and TV (MTV, VH1, Disney, Discovery, E!) and "Photographs" has recently been added to regular rotation on the increasingly popular XM Satellite Radio. Hear Music selected Don for their "Emerging Artist" campaign for his first album, and his follow–up, "The Lonestar Companion," prompted Rolling Stone to state that, "New York City's emerging folk–twang songsmith, Don DiLego, is alt–country's next poster boy."

 

The Cadillac Angels

The Cadillac Angels Hailing out of Santa Barbara, Calfornia, The Cadillac Angels are singer/guitarist Tony Balbinot, bassist Steve Carter and percussionist John Palmer. With several CD releases and countless miles on the road, the Cadillac Angels have shared the stage with such music legends as Dick Dale, Carl Perkins, Bo Diddley, Wanda Jackson, and Link Wray. They serve up their own of brand of a roots/rockabilly/surf hybrid that never fails to bring the house down, whether it's performing at L.A.'s House of Blues on the Sunset Strip or Austin's South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Showcase. Now their legendary rockabilly sound is gracing the soundtrack of Ranchero, a feature film about an iconic greaser.