Book Talent in Oregon
Elmer TorquidoElmer P Torquido singer/songwriter
Hi! My name is Elmer Torquido. I’m just gonna go straight to the point. I’ve always wanted to be a famous singer! I want to be out there and meet all of you guys! it would be a dream come true to sing in front of a crowd. Don’t be scared to hit me up! if you need anybody to perform! let me know! Thanks!
Elroy JordinMidwest folk singer singer who captures hearts.
Elroy Jordin sings songs of hope, love, sadness and wry social commentary. Accompanied by acoustic guitar, harmonica, foot shakers and smooth baritone vocals. Depending on the venue you may hear him looping electric guitar and keyboard sounds together captivating audiences of all demographics.
M3istroBridging the gap between Pop and Edm.
Josiah C Hill-Meyer (otherwise known as M3istro) started learning music production in 2009 in Eugene, Oregon. M3istro is an artist who works in a variety of media. His sound has been described as a fusion of Future Bass, House, Dubstep, Breakbeat, Trance, Trip hop and many other different genres of electronic music. His mixed media artworks appear as dreamlike sounds and images in which fiction and reality meet, well-known tropes merge, meanings shift, past and present fuse.
Banks MovementMulti-discipline Performing Artist.
A signer, dancer, actress and model (style and design) that loves to bring art to all people through performance and workshops. Special gift with working with children and handicapped population. Movement styles include ballet, salsa, African-contemporary and contemporary dance styles. Workshops can include Ellove fitness or youth movement class and more! Kayla has performed in NYC, Colorado and Oregon. She hopes to reach many more places.
Brain DamageStorytelling songwriter/MC from Oregon
Brain Damage is a songwriter/MC from Oregon who first crashed into the scene in August of 2018. With a flow heavily influenced by hip-hop legends such as Atmosphere, Mike Shinoda, and Method Man he uses his lyricism to bring compelling stories and punchlines.