RICH WEBB has been playing music professionally for 12 years. He studied at Spa University in the UK and have since started two entertainment businesses, toured Europe and Canada, released three studio albums, won an MBF songwriting award and supported the following acts: Prodigy, The feeling, The Stranglers, and Zero7.
RON OCHS has years of experience as a pianist, composer/orchestrator and accompanist. He holds a B.A. in Piano Performance from Southern Oregon University. Ron is currently the pianist for the Tony Award winning Oregon Shakespeare Festival's 2016 production of Twelfth Night. He is also the Music Director of Trinity Presbyterian Church in Medford, OR. Through his production company, Symphonox Productions, he has composed and orchestrated music for the Newport Symphony, Katie Haman, soprano (Miss America 2002), Trevor Halliwell of London and Martin Reeves of Sydney, Australia, and many others.
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ARDEN KAYWIN is a singer and songwriter based in Los Angeles. She is known in the industry for her catchy songwriting and her powerful vocal range. Arden's career experience as both a conservatory trained classical singer and a contemporary pop recording artist/songwriter gives Arden the ability to sing and write an incredibly broad range of material.
Arden's voice and songs have been featured in shows on NBC, ABC, CBS, PBS, ABC Family, ESPN, The WB, The CW, Discovery, OWN, Logo, Nuevo TV, Oxygen, Lifetime and MTV networks. Notable licenses include: They Lying Game, Charmed, One Tree Hill, So You Think You Can Dance, Army Wives, Good Morning America, CBS Sports, The Jersey Shore, Next, Sixteen & Pregnant (for a full list go to ardenkaywin.com, click on Music and select TV/Film). Arden wrote and performed the theme song to the show Deliver Me, now in its sixth season on the OWN Network. Arden also crafts custom songs that have appeared in national commercials for Michael Kors, Meow Mix and The Boston Childrens’ Hospital. Her voice lives inside Mattel's Barbie and the Frog Princess singing Barbie Doll and Polly Pocket's Pollywheels commercials.
Few are aware of Arden’s earlier accomplishments as a classically trained singer. She earned a Masters of Music in Vocal Performance from the Manhattan School of Music and a Bachelors of Music in Classical Voice from the Oberlin Conservatory. Before turning her attention to pop and commercial music, Arden performed with the Opera Theater of St.Louis, The San Francisco Opera, Brooklyn Academy of Music, and The Aspen Opera Theater Center.
Arden has worked with major label artists (Radio Killa / Interscope / MySpace Records), contestants from American Idol (Season XIII) and X Factor, indie artists (ZVision Records / PEGA Records) and “'tween” artists (Kidz Bop / Disney). Her regular collaborators include Grammy® winner Rafa Sardina (Lady Gaga, Luis Miguel, Macy Grey), Grammy® winner Jeff Bova (Katy Perry, Celine Dion, Meatloaf), Emmy® nominated songwriter Amy Powers, and Loren Gold (music director for Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, and Roger Daltry).
Larry Dale Sowell has held leading roles in productions with the Backdoor Theater, MSU Opera Workshop, and the Greater Wichita Falls Alliance for the Performing Arts. Other credits include Max in Lend Me a Tenor, Fagin in Oliver, Rapunzel’s Prince in Into the Woods, and Adam in Woof! the Road Show performed at the La Nuit Comedy Theater in New Orleans, along with show playwright, Jerry Rabushka.
Larry was named a finalist at the Contemporary Christian Artist Seminar in Estes Park, Colorado. His work with the theatre troupe, RaggedBlade, earned him critical acclaim at the Columbus Theatre Festival in the play RulaLenska.com . KDHX Theatre Review writes, "[In the play, RulaLenska.com] Larry [Dale] Sowell does a fine job portraying Cody, a frustrated and confused man in a long-term relationship that he can't understand."
Larry toured as lead soloist for the Nathaniel Dett Chorale, Canada’s first professional choral group dedicated to Afrocentric music, under the direction of Brainerd Blyden-Taylor. Donna-Michelle St. Bernard of AfroToronto writes, "[Nathaniel Dett Chorale] Tenor Larry Sowell's heart-rending "Lord, Who Am I" shines at the part of the program when you've thought you've seen what everybody can do." Susan Pena of Reading Eagle (Reading, PA) writes, "Larry [Dale] Sowell's [voice] is clear and powerful."
Other performance credits include the Roy Thomsom Hall Choral and Organ Series in Oratorio, Canada; An Indigo Christmas at the Toronto Center for the Arts, Voices of the Diaspora at George Westin Recital Hall in Ontario, Canada, the Dance Theatre of Harlem Open House Gala in New York City, and the concert Series at Howard University and the U.S. Library of Congress in Washington D.C.
Opera roles include Alfred in Die Fledermaus, Don Magnifico in La Cerentola, Ferrando in Cosi Fan Tutte, and Sid in GWFAPA’s production of the children’s opera Sid the Serpent.
Larry's other media credits include the CD release of the Big Band Broadway Album, an appearance on the Andy Barrie Morning Show on CBC Radio, and vocal contributions to the television ad “No Place Like This” commissioned by the Toronto Tourism Board.
Larry is a recipient of the Marion Oldham Award for Excellence from the University of Missouri in St. Louis. He holds a Master of Arts Degree in Art Education from the University of Missouri in Kansas City.
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