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Mark Tewarson

Mark "Tewar Tewarson is multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer based out of Broooklyn, New York. His compositions have been used in TV shows, commercials and in films. Recently, he worked on the film "The Two Escobars" which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and is now on ESPN.   In 2001 he was awarded BMI's prestigious John Lennon Songwriting Award, and he also recieved a "Best of 2010" award from the Songwriter's Hall of Fame.  As a guitarist/bassist he has played and recorded for many different artists, bands and producers like Patti Smith, Feist, DJ Spinna, Tracey Thorn (Everything but the Girl), N'dea Davenport (Brand New Heavies), and John Popper (Blues Traveler), to name a few.   As a member of the bands Topaz, Falu, Escort, Tortured Soul and Bajah and the Dry Eye Crew, Mark has toured extensively and shared the stage with acts like James Brown, Widespread Panic, Norah Jones, The Roots, The Wailers, The Strokes, and many others. In February 2010 he perfomed at Carnegie Hall in Phillip Glass's Tibet House production alongside Iggy Pop, Patti Smith, Regina Spektor and Gogol Bordello.

Tewar's reggae version of "Joy To The World" from the indie rock and pop holiday album "A Very Joma Christmas" was played on BBC's Radio-2 station in London in December 2010 and in Starbucks stores across the United States.

Brandon Wilde

Brandon Wilde is a Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter whose songs have appeared on TV shows such as "Lie To Me", "Men In Trees", "Reaper" and "The Young and The Restless", among others.  His holiday song "Christmastime Again" was played daily in December 2010 on Sirius-XM's "Holly" channel, and as part of the duo "Us" his pop-punk version of "We Wish You A Merry Christmas" was played in all Starbucks locations during the 2010 holiday season.

Brandon has released two albums as a solo artist, "Songs From The Deep Sleep" and "Hearts In Stereo" and he also fronts the rock band "Black Bunny" whose song "Hello" was recently featured in a national advertising campaign.