Category: Performers

Nick Waterhouse

Nick Waterhouse grew up in the Southern California beach city of Huntington Beach and is currently living in San Francisco.  He has been playing the guitar since before he was a teenager and began to play professionally in 2002 and after several years released his first record “Some Place” in 2010. Nick Waterhouse performs the […]

Leagues (The Band)

From Nashville, the band Leagues is made up of singer Thad Cockrell, drummer Jeremy Lutito, and guitarist Tyler Burkum.  Their song “Magic” is the featured music in the 2014 Taco Bell Loaded Grillers TV commercial. Learn more and connect with Leagues: Twitter Facebook

Black Lips

Black Lips, originally from Georgia has been performing for over 15 years as a rock/indie rock band.  The band has released over 10 albums and is well known for performing their song “New Direction” in the 2014 T-Mobile Break Up With Your Carrier TV commercial. Learn more or connect with Black Lips: Twitter Myspace […]

Classified (Rapper)

“Classified”, a rap/Hip Hop artist born in 1977 and originally from Nova Scotia has been performing since the age of 18.  He is currently signed with Atlantic Records and has released over 15 albums. Classified’s song That’s What I Do is featured in the 2014 commercial for JBL Headphones. Learn more about Hip Hop artist […]

Odessa (Odessa Rose)

Odessa, formerly known as “Odessa Rose” originally from California currently lives in Nashville, TN.  Odessa was encouraged by her father at an early age to build her music bone, and it has apparently worked as she has become an accomplished singer, guitar, and violin player. She has toured with several bands including The Felice Brothers […]

James Brown (The Break Dancer)

The breakdancer James Brown appeared in Tide’s 2014 “My Rising Tide, James Brown The Breakdancer” TV commercial.  James is a real breakdancer/performer and is not an actor.  Currently the only other information we know is what he mentions about himself in the TV commercial. If you have more information on James Brown (the breakdancer) please […]