A self-described bohemian soul from the birthplace of rock n roll, Cleveland native Kate Voegele returns to her hometown for a special birthday celebration! This local pop star & actress will take fans through her musical career, while also sharing some of her latest jams like “Shoot This Arrow.” Voegele will be joined by a very special guest, creating a memorable night and a birthday party the audience members will never forget!
Kate Voegele, a self-described bohemian soul from the birthplace of rock n roll, is a Cleveland, Ohio native turned California girl. Voegele first started writing songs at the age of 15 after a childhood spent listening to everything from the Beatles to Michael Jackson. To date, she has released 4 full-length records (Don’t Look Away, A Fine Mess (Deluxe), Gravity Happens, Canyonlands) and 2 EPs, selling over 500,000 copies in total.
Along with playing thousands of shows while touring internationally for the last decade, Kate has also been building her acting career, playing singer Mia Catalano on the hit CW show, One Tree Hill. The show’s audience loved Voegele’s original music so much that she turned what was supposed to be a 2 episode cameo into 4 seasons on the show. Voegele has a big 2019 ahead, beginning with the release of her brand new single, “Shoot This Arrow,” the first track from her next project.
Tyler Hilton was singing and playing in coffee houses as a 15-year-old, when a chance encounter with Los Angeles radio personalities Mark and Brian from KLOS led to multiple appearances on their radio show, live concert dates with the duo, and national exposure. He released his first album independently shortly thereafter, which led to major label interest and eventually signing to Maverick/ Warner Records where he released The Tracks of Tyler Hilton which garnered two singles on the Billboard Top 40 charts. While on tour promoting the album, Tyler was cast as his childhood hero Elvis Presley in Walk the Line where he worked with T-Bone Burnett on the soundtrack, and for which he received a gold record.
An opportunity to sing on TV’s One Tree Hill, a notorious breeding ground for new musical talent, led to a series long run, several appearances on MTV’s TRL with the cast, and a national tour with Gavin DeGraw and Michelle Branch who also sang on the show. Taylor Swift admitted to being a fan, and asked Tyler to star in her music video “Tear Drops on My Guitar” which became a huge crossover hit. The two appeared together live several times and later Tyler appeared via interactive video on her stadium tour. The independent comedy Charlie Bartlett followed with Robert Downey Jr. and Anton Yelchin and where Tyler met his wife, Megan Park, who was also in the film.
Tyler moved to Nashville where he began exploring his family’s country roots and made several records with notable producers including Dan Huff, Nathan Chapman, Matt Serletic, and John Alagia. Sadly, non of these records saw the light of day, as staff and roster upheaval plagued Warner Brother Records, and eventually led to Tyler’s departure from the label. One of these unreleased songs made their way to Joe Cocker, who recorded it on his final album. Tyler then started his own label, Hooptie Tune Records, and released Forget the Storm the following year. It became the first record of Tyler’s to gain international success and led to several European tours and a new fervent fan base. His follow up, the mellow folky country album Indian Summer, was recorded live in studio with a bluegrass band including his uncle, Tommy Hilton, on guitar. While recording, Tyler landed a role in Halle Berry’s Extant on CBS and continued to film the show over the course of its two season run, touring and filming the holiday movie Christmas on the Bayou with Randy Travis, Ed Asner, and One Tree Hill alum, Hilarie Burton, for which he also recorded the single “One Foot in the Bayou”.
Following the end of Extant, Tyler worked on a pilot for the ABC sitcom, The Fluffy Shop alongside Gabriel Iglesias. Tyler is currently based in Los Angeles, where he’s working on a new album.
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