Artists in Austin, Texas
What is a true artist and why do you need to hire one today? Scroll the profiles of our artists and discover the amazing talent in this all encompassing category of airbrush and body painters, caricaturists, and more.
Colton Dowling is an Austin based comedian, originally from everywhere (grew up as an army brat). He is a high-energy comic with a background in improv. His act is certain to surprise you in one way or another. The truth is, he is a gay and no he doesn't have to talk about it, but really he does - because it's hilarious. Colton has performed in many different countries, festivals and he even runs several shows in Austin. If he is in your city, catch him because he is a rolling man.
JordanLivinGoodAustin Hip Hop Recording Artist
JordanLivinGood real name is Jordan Galbreth and he's a young artist, producer and sound engnieer from the state of Texas. Jordan Galbreth known as (JordanLivinGood) started making music at the age of 10. His cousin was making music in Jordan room and Jordan asked his cousin if he can make some songs as a joke; and his cousin said sure! So, Jordan got in the home studio and recorded his first mixtape and fell in love with music ever since. He begin to start directing video's, making beats by his producer name Rhyme King and setting up his own home studio with the top notch software he could find. JordanLivinGood has the love and passion for music like a relationship. He makes songs off of true feelings, life stories and inspiration. He can make a pop record, hip hop record and turn around and make a record. Jordan has a very unique multiple versatility styles and writes all his music by himself.
Gold StepsGold Steps is a pop punk band from Austin, Texas
The heart of Texas is pumping with the pop-punk palpitation of Austin quintet Gold Steps. Chuggy guitar riffs and kickdrum blasts define the band’s sound, while brutally honest lyrics get to your gut. Frontwoman Liz is open about her struggles with anxiety, self-harm and panic disorder, an overarching theme in Gold Steps’ catalogue. “I know what it’s like to hurt, to want to give up in a moment of darkness; if we can make one person feel understood and less alone, we have been successful.”