Gary E

Gary E is a veteran musician who has poured his varied experience into writing, arranging and producing this album. Milwaukee to Florida to Los Angeles, with many bumps along the way, Gary E has played rock, jazz, R&B, country, and probably a bit of most other styles found in the broad spectrum of what we generally call pop music. The road from teen parties to paying gigs to mediocre dives to internationally known venues wasn’t always sequential or logical; a musical life can be very up and down – and Gary’s journey has seen many changes. From the jarring dissonance of the opening chord to the uplifting closing chord of the finale, these songs express a multitude of change: key, rhythm, style, form, color, rhyme scheme, harmonic progression, tempo, and even meter. The lyrics speak of changes that occur within oneself and those that develop in relationships Gary performs all the vocals, along with guitars, drums, tambourine, claves & handclaps.






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Mitchell Bobby Gaskin

Mitchell Bobby Gaskin’s first professional album, titled Simply Beautiful To Me, is a group of songs to make people want to dance and think of love between a man and a woman.

Mitchell Bobby Gaskin started singing as a hobby. He realized his type of voice was missing in the music industry and he decided to begin singing professionally.

Mitchell hopes God will bless his work and he will become a successful singer in the music industry. Also, he currently has over 43,000 listeners and have won many of fans in a lot of countries  USA, Canada, Mexico, South America, Japan, Hong Kong ,Spain, UK (England), Australia, Italy, Germany, and Jamaica on Radio Air Play (Jango) on the playlist of major artists’ play stations. Lately, his songs (Simply Beautiful To Me, Beautiful Just Way You Are, Sometimes Life Is Cruel and When I Have My Honey) have won many Music Badges from Modern Beats during the months of September thru as recently December 2015. In the month of December his songs “Simply Beautiful To Me” (1) and “When I Have My Honey” (3) won total 4 Music Badges, with just 4 submission in the month of December 2015.

In years of 2015-2017 four songs by Mitchell Bobby Gaskin, from the “Simply Beautiful To Me” Cd (“Simply Beautiful To Me”, “Beautiful Just The Way You Are”, “Sometimes Life Is Cruel” and “When I Have My Honey”) had been selected on the Modern Beat (Songs Submit) by A&R from Major Records Labels and Publishing companies. His songs are on the songs selected lists of Modern Beats with two or more songs, that were selected by Recording Labels A&R. And he was offered two Publishing Deals (one in Europe and United States). Three of the songs from the “Simply Beautiful To Me”  CD are currently in rotation on Coast2Coast FM radio station in Miami, FL. Also, those songs have been placed on the following Coast 2 Coast mixtapes:  We Workin Volume# 75, 82, 183, 195, 311, 234 and 285: Pop Stars Volume# 323, 22 and 10: Reggae Stars Volume# 13, 14 and 15 (Beautiful Just The Way You Are): Makin Moves Volume# 110 and 328: The Hottest in the State Volume# 14 (Sometimes Life Is Cruel). And his song “Sometimes Life Is Cruel” has been (June 6, 2016) featured on the Coast2Coast “We Workin” Mixtape Volume# 323.

As of January 5 and 6, 2017,  his song “When I Have My Honey” was featured on We Workin Volume 65 and R&B Stars Volume#. He still had continuous success in the year of 2017 with the international music industry. First the radio station in Italy had an interview and played the song “The Simply Beautiful To Me” with thumb up from radio DJ that hosted the show. He went on with a Press Release in April of 2017 with UK Nub Country in England. That after, the fall of Tate Music Group with indictments of CEO Ryan Tate the Publishing Company he was with 2013. Then with another music resource Music Xray the “Simply Beautiful To Me” song, had six of six professional reviews and won numerous of fans. In the same month 4/23/2017 his song ‘Sometime Life Is Cruel” is on Coast2Coast Mixtape Volume# 463 ” and his song “Let’s Go Away” was featured on following Mixtapes: R&B Stars 9/28/2017; EMD Edition Volume# 28, 10/16/2017; We Workin Volume# 610 10/16/2017 and Volume# 615, 10/18/2017; PopStars Volume# 33 10/18/2017. This same song was selected three times on Song Submit (Modern Beats). He has proven that all songs, that have been submitted to different entities (Music Resources) have power to cross over to the most popular Genres from R&B, Rock, Reggae, EDM and Pop music. Hopefully the Music Record Labels will catch on and sign him to a deal, so that “Good Music” will not be passing by.

Red Carpet Premiere

Red Carpet Premiere is a dance and disco duo from Columbus, Ohio.  Red Carpet Premiere is made up of songwriter and producer Michael “The Metropolitan Cowboy” Coleman and Club DJ, Matt Sphar.  Together they combine the energy of New York, Los Angeles and Miami with the visual writing style of Nahsville.  “Rug Burn” is the first collaboration and went to Number 1 on the CD Baby Dance and Disco Chart.

Will Sims

Baltimore-based alternative rock and pop artist, Will Sims, creates themes that focus strongly on both romantic and social relationships, and the difficulties faced in our modern society.  His rich, powerful music reaches out to connect on a personal level while still maintaining infectious components that make his songs stick in your head.

Through his music, Sims tries to answer questions about how relationships work and the roads people take to get to where they are. He aims to reach out to those who are struggling to let them know that they can make it through the hard times because others have been through the same ordeals. With music that is catchy, fun, and occasionally emotional, Will Sims aspires to make a connection with his audience in a way that will be as timeless as his music.

Sims’ music has been featured on radio stations in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina as well as online radio stations and podcasts.  He has played shows in Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, and the Carolinas, and opened for several national acts including: Saving Abel, Adema, 12 Stones, Smile Empty Soul, Charm City Devils, Otep, Taproot, Hurt, Kip Winger, Faster Pussycat, Almost Kings, and The Dreaming. Will Sims is sure to impact you in more ways than one with his music.

Paul Bibbins

People say that there’s nothing musically different being produced in rock ‘n roll these days…and that everything sounds the same. That is not the case with Paul Bibbins; his brand of rock ‘n’ roll music is different, unconventional, and refreshing.


Paul Bibbins is originally from New Orleans, but in late 2005 Hurricane Katrina uprooted him to Texas; and he’s lived in the Dallas area ever since.


The lyrics of Paul’s songs never come from personal experiences…as is normal for most song writers. He says, “If I tried writing a song about some personal experience or life experience, it would probably sound contrived or forced. As a result, listening to the lyrics of my songs won’t tell you much about me, my beliefs, or my thought processes.”


Paul’s guitar playing odyssey began in 1973 when he was 17 years old. He initially planned on becoming a bass player. But when he heard the funk rock lead guitar playing of Omar Mesa in “Fencewalk” by Mandrill, and Ernie Isley in “Summer Breeze” by the Isley Brothers, and he also heard all those great 1970’s guitar-driven rock ‘n roll radio hits, such as “Smoke on the Water” by Deep Purple, with Ritchie Blackmore burning it up on lead and rhythm guitar…the choice was made. It would be electric guitar for Paul…or nothing at all.


After saving up his pennies, he bought his first electric guitar; which was a cheap no-name hollow body guitar that he found at a local New Orleans music store. Paul started out playing guitar right-handed for the first six months; but then he bought a Fender Stratocaster guitar, and switched to playing left-handed…ala Jimi Hendrix. He still plays guitar left-handed today; but he’s actually right-handed.


The first few years of playing any given musical instrument are the formative years where core skills are acquired on your chosen instrument. Paul’s formative years were spent in essentially his own little musical cocoon. He states that, “For the first five years after I picked up the guitar, I literally stayed caged up in my room, and all that I played on my guitar was whatever musical ideas and guitar riffs that came out of my head…good or bad. During those first five years I never tried to learn songs off of records or albums, or use a metronome, or jam with other musicians. So in essence the formative years of my guitar-playing life were void of the rules of timing or song structure. I had no real sense of timing; whether it be 4/4 time, or otherwise. I played everything in free-form fashion. There was no method to my madness back then. I was just young, with no real musical goals or aspirations at that time, and totally clueless about the value of learning from others, and from records, and on working on your musical timing.”


Paul did, however, listen constantly to Jimi Hendrix albums during that time. So Jimi crept into everything that Paul did, without any effort. Jimi Hendrix remains Paul’s primary musical influence to this day!


In this life though, one thing almost always leads to another… That whole process of Paul playing guitar without any musical boundaries (timing or otherwise) during those initial five years, is exactly what led to Paul having a musical sound that he can call his own; and which also led to odd-timing being an integral and signature part of his guitar playing and song writing.


Paul says that he’s never had guitar teachers, or people who’ve mentored him on guitar. It’s always been the case that he just wants to figure things out for himself on guitar…which, in the big scheme of things, helped to stamp his musical sound as his own.


It wasn’t until later on, for purposes of doing cover songs with his various power trios, that Paul got into learning from the records and albums of musicians like Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and Robert Cray; all of which brought him into the world of traditional musical timing (4/4, 3/4, etc.)…which was an absolute necessity.


“A real benefit that I especially got from learning Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughn records” states Paul, “is that I learned how to project power in my guitar playing; how to really attack my guitar, and make my guitar riffs and solos really mean something.”


“Ten Days to Burn it Down” marks Paul’s third self-released album.  He says, “For better or for worse, I wear all the hats on this album: song writer, guitarist, bassist, vocalist, producer, recording engineer, mixing & mastering engineer, and drum programmer. I programmed the drum parts for all the songs myself…on my trusty, but rapidly aging Boss DR-880 Rhythm Machine; which I’ve had since 2005. I can’t play a lick of drums…but I can do some damage with a drum machine.”


The rock-n-roll power trio is Paul’s “thing”…as they say. But the power trios that he put together over the years never lasted for very long, or went anywhere; so he was never able to build a name for himself as a performing musician. Paul has been a 9 to 5 working stiff all his life. He currently works in IT as a Network Engineer.


Paul Bibbins is also a published author. In 2014 he published his comedic and raunchy Amazon Kindle novel named, Rock & Roll, Sex, and Fools …The Slow Fade to Black of Mr. Joe Kool Jack.


Ten Days to Burn it Down album:

“Ten Days to Burn it Down” is an album of spectacular Jimi Hendrix inspired original rock ‘n’ roll…..that kicks off with a funky-assed anti-Trump anthem that may just knock your socks off. It would seem that Paul Bibbins has drawn a new line in the sand for electric guitar players.