For more than half her life, multi-platinum-selling, Grammy nominated artist Jaci Velasquez has pursued an entertainer’s dream, recording albums in English and Spanish and performing on stages around the world. From her debut at age 16, she has leaned full-throttle into her God-given gifts, racking up 16 No. 1 hits, penning three books, acting in seven films, gracing 50 magazine covers and launching a non-profit clothing line.
Over the course of an acclaimed career spanning more than a dozen years, Salvador has embraced a veritable rainbow of musical styles, from the Tex-‐Mex and Latin sounds of the band’s Austin, Texas birthplace, to hip-‐hop, pop, jam band rhythms, rock and much more. But it took their first album in more than four years, Make Some Noise, to turn Salvador into something they hadn’t been since their earliest days: a garage band.
Nephew to the late Roger Troutman. R. Troutman has carried on the legendary Talkbox sound that is touching lives all around the world. As a former member of The Zapp Band, Mr. Troutman uses his music experience and the word of God to edifi,exhort and comfort with the message of Jesus and The Cross.
Hollyn’s soulful, pop-inspired anthems cross musical borders. after debuting with the dynamic and fiery full-length album One-Way Conversations, Hollyn has had incredible momentum. with features on tracks from capitol kings, phil wickham, PEABOD, chris mcclarney, steven malcolm and more, the 21 year-old performer and songwriter has no intention of slowing down.
Born to an El Salvadorian father and a Dominican mother, GAWVI’s parents instilled in him a sense of boldness from a young age. A first generation American, they taught him to live by faith and to use that faith to power his dreams. Naturally, they also introduced him to bachata and other Latin-Caribbean rhythms that helped form his musical palette early on.