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Steve Conte is the guitarist & lead singer in the bands The Contes and Crown Jewels, and is the current lead guitarist of Michael Monroe's solo band. He was also the lead guitarist for the legendary New York Dolls for a few years. Conte first became known to the music industry through his band Company of Wolves (Mercury Records) in the early 1990s. Steve has done studio and/or live work with artists such as Peter Wolf, Willy DeVille, Maceo Parker, Billy Squier, Suzi Quatro, Jill Jones, Paul Simon, Simon & Garfunkel, Phoebe Snow, David Johansen & The Harry Smiths, Chuck Berry, Willie Nile and many others.
He has also worked with composer Yoko Kanno and lyricist Tim Jensen in music for several anime series. Steve Conte sang the ...
Anthony D'Amato (born 27 November 1987 in Blairstown Township, New Jersey) is an American songwriter and singer signed to New West Records. His 2016 album 'Cold Snap' was produced by Mike Mogis and features performances by Conor Oberst and members of Bright Eyes, The Faint, and Cursive.
D'Amato initially gained indie acclaim with his album releases, "Shades of the Prison House" (2009) and "Down Wires", which debuted in October 2010. In 2009, The New York Post included one of D'Amato's songs from "Shades of..." on their year-end "Best of" list and since then he has been increasingly featured in print and online sources including The New York Times, Paste Magazine, Spinner.com, My Old Kentucky Blog, and Slowcoustic. Mr. D'Amat...
James Maddock is quietly becoming one of the breakout musical stories of 2010. With the release of the exquisite song cycle, Sunrise on Avenue C, Maddock has re-established himself as one of the most respected singer/songwriters on the scene.
Maddock was born in Leicester, England and grew up surrounded by music. Between listening to his grandfather on the ukulele and his father on the trombone, he quickly found that music was in his blood. This curiosity led him to start playing an old guitar that he discovered while exploring his house. Not long after this discovery, James was teaching himself the ropes by playing along to records of bands like the Eagles and Neil Young.
After playing in a few school bands, James decid...