Touring nationally since 1987, Jamie Anderson is known for her solid songwriting and engaging stage presence. She’s a two time winner of a Tucson Area Music Award for Best Folk / Acoustic Performer and her CD "Never Assume" won a GLAMA nomination for best album. With a voice as smooth as Mary Chapin Carpenter and sense of humor as wacko as Suzanne Westenhoefer, Jamie has entertained in hundreds of coffeehouses, concert halls and festivals all over the U.S. She’s performed on the main stage of the National Women’s Music Festival, the Kerrville Folk Festival and at the National March on Washington. In 1998, she was a finalist in the Napa Valley Music Festival Showcase. - She has several recordings, including the newest one "Drive All Night."
- "A great voice powered by a brave, talented and truly funny soul." - Barbara Higbie, Windham Hill Recording Artist
Martin Swinger is an international award winning contemporary folk musician performing original and traditional Folk music for Coffeehouse & Festival audiences, classic Jazz standards for Dinner audiences, and Educational & Fun music for Children.
- "It's a terrific record, Martin. Truly. I get a ton of them...pounds and pounds of plastic every week, and only a few precious ounces of real music. You make it, name or no name. Do you realize how special your "SCRAPBOOK" is? Every singer/songwriter feels s/he is blessed, but so few truly are. Our listeners--and my fellow on-air hosts just love it."- Marilyn Rea Beyer Music Director, WUMB Boston
Estrogen was formed in 1998, when friends and solo artists Corinne Curcio, Lori Muskat and Carol Markowitz began writing and performing together. The trio realized that the lesbian community is a vibrant source of humor - from relationships to roles, hairstyles to heartbreak. Estrogen's debut CD, Tales from Lesbianville, features such songs as "Lesbian Moment" (those memorable times when a couple has PMS), "Size 9" (the discrepancies in women's clothing sizes), and "Crush by Default" (when it's not love, but something more mundane). The band has performed in various venues in the NYC area, including Brooklyn Arts Exchange, the Page One Cafe, and a benefit show for the Gay and Lesbian Switchboard of Long Island.