Join the Gold Coast Arts Center and Love Revolution Org., Rick Eberle, PR. —and some of our friends in the music biz—as we look for Long Island’s next big thing!

Musicians to perform include*: 37 Stripes, Kaylee Shahira, All Types of Kinds, Lydia von Hof, Psychopompous
(See more about performers below) 

Come see our top five performers as they perform for music business execs, producers, radio & TV personalities and more! The winner, as chosen by judges and audience members, will win prizes and recognition that can help boost their music careers. Remember, your votes will count in determining the winner!

Our performers will be up for prizes including:

  • The chance to open for national acts at major venues like The Emporium
  • Recording time at IndiMusic Studios and Online TV streaming opportunities on IndiMusic TV
  • Feature on Reverbnation.com
  • Musical equipment from All Music Inc. and ZOOM North America
  • PR and social media campaign including management, booking and label services consultation with Rick Eberle Agency
  • Plus more to be announced!

Judges will include:

  • Neil Rubenstein, The Emporium
  • Lou Plaia, Reverbnation.com
  • Chris Pati, IndiMusic TV
  • Guy Brogna, All Music Inc.
  • Jerry Lembo, Major Label Veteran
  • Stephen Marcuccio, Record Label Executive
  • Linda Ingrisano, Record Label Executive
  • Tara Eberle Drouin, Songwriter
  • Mark Ambrosino, Record Label Executive

*Performers subject to change

SOLD OUT 
Call 516-829-2570 to be added to wait list 


ABOUT THE PERFORMERS:

Lydia Von Hof photoLydia von Hof is a 16-year-old singer, piano player, and songwriter from Commack, New York.  She performed as a soloist at Madison Square Garden at a New York Knicks half-time show, and is the 2016 winner of Long Island’s Got Talent.   Aside from singing pop, jazz, R&B, Broadway and opera, Lydia is a classically trained pianist, and has performed classical piano solos at both Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center.  She has been a returning musical guest on PATV’s  “The Brick Wall” TV show.

She recently performed at the Hard Rock Café in Boston, and at New York City venues such as the Broadway Comedy Club and the Duplex cabaret club (in addition to various Long Island venues).  She performs weekly as a jazz vocalist in a jazz ensemble “The Jazz Messengers” at her school.  Lydia has performed opera in the New York Opera Exchange production of Carmen.  She recently played opera diva “Carlotta” in her school’s production of Phantom of the Opera.

Her original piano compositions have been selected for performance at Hofstra University’s annual Long Island Composer’s Alliance student showcase for four consecutive years.  She has an upcoming performance at The Bitter End in NYC in May where she will showcase several of her new original songs.


Capture37 Stripes formed in the fall of 2016. The members were introduced at the iSchool of Music and Art www.ischoolmusicart.com in Long Island and quickly connected on a dislike of their home and careers class! They settled on musical upheaval as an alternative expression. They’ve been writing their own music and playing at festivals and venues around NYC ever since. Band Members: Andrew Hahn – Fender bass, sax, keys, Mesa Boogie Amps | Oscar Cellura – Fender guitars, vox, keys, Fender Amps | Zach Levine – percussion. DW Drums

2017 saw the release of two new songs, “Uncontrolled” and “Secrets & Lies” recorded at Deer Parks renowned EKO Production Studio’s.

The band has played at the famous Bitter End in Greenwich Village and Mulcahy’s in Wantagh NY. Acclaim includes finalists in the Town of Oyster Bay Battle of the Bands and the Morgan Park (Glen Cove) Summer Music Festival.


All Types of Kinds - WebAll Types of Kinds is a New York City based Alternative band, consisting of members: Billy Conahan (guitar), Ray Rubio (guitar), Berk O (percussion) and Rocco Stoker (guitar). As a group, they have experience performing various genres of music, from folk to rap and in between. Their music and shows reflect this diverse background and have helped them to have great success in the New York metropolitan area. The guys are all singer/songwriters with a large repertoire of band and personal songs. Having grown up doing acting, musical theater, and stand-up comedy, the group is skilled at crowd engagement, making their shows unique and up-beat. Their personal and group experiences give them the ability to read and play to any crowd, creating a show that is always changing and appealing to everyone.


kaylee shahira web picKaylee Shahira is a young, passionate indie-pop artist with a killer sound hailing from Northwest Indiana. Shahira loves writing about the questions nobody can answer- living with mental illness, personal life philosophies, and the intricacies of being a social animal. Still at the start of her career, having one EP and her first full length project out, Shahira shows a lot of promise as an emerging artist.


Psychopompous - WebPsychopompous is the most recent nominal iteration of the musical project formed by singer and guitarist Justin Kelly, percussionist Beni Hahitti, and bassist Maximillian Nero. Formed (first) in 2010 at Great Neck South High/Middle School through a mutual interest primarily in progressive rock, they expanded into an unending plethora of musical interests that continues to grow at an alarming, and often frustrating rate. Their music has taken notes from progressive rock, heavy metal, alternative, blues, funk, psychedelia, gregorian chant, tibetan throat singing, and occassionally whale songs. They have been known in the past for their sincere love of technical musicianship, experimentation and improvisation, and their unbridled willingness to play music nobody wants to hear.