Entertainment Lineup

 

 


The Mad Violinist and SCO [live on stage @ 1pm]

This symphony trained bad boy toured with Lupe Fiasco, Cyhi Da Prynce, Yelawolf and others. Leader of The Symphony Crack Orchestra, & Producer for Kane Beatz “The Building”/Atlantic Records. 5 x Grammy Nominated producer/arranger for countless artists like Lil Wayne, Lupe Fiasco, Fantasia, John Legend, Rick Ross, Jay Z, Nicki Minaj and a lot more. With over 2.5 million youtube hits, he is a sensation to be seen.


Prisca Strother [live on stage @ 2pm]

Soulful pop singer/songwriter and recording artist Prisca Strother crafts deep and raw tunes that emulate complex human relationships and give a smooth view of overcoming insecurities that play a part in her life. She is an artist who embraces each moment while showcasing narrative lyrics with a gritty yet sincere performance. Find out more info on this Ella Fitzgerald prodigy: http://www.priscamusic.net/#!about/c1zg


Chris Cauley [live on stage @ 3pm]

This heart-throb/contestant on The Voice will be taking the stage to impress us with his chords- vocal that is. Chris Cauley has performed with Tyler Perry, competed on “The Voice” and traveled Europe in the Michael Jackson tribute show, “Man in the Mirror.”


Nick Haeglin [live on stage @ 4pm]

An artist with soul and charm. One who can dance it up and slow it down when needed. One would only think we’re talking about Justin Timberlake, but we have an Atlanta artist who has all these characteristics. With classical dance training, voice lessons, and a previous acting resumé, Nick Hagelin is a triple threat.

With having a mother who taught group voice lessons and a father who studied at Yale as an organist and choral instructor, Nick Hagelin was born into music. Growing up, he would absorb all there was to know about discipline and training from his parents when it came to music. He would join his father in listening to music on a hi-fidelity sound system. At the age of 12, Nick began recording music in a professional recording studio with his band, and at that point, birthed the dream.

Nick has been in the entertainment industry since childhood. He began dance training at The American Ballet Theatre early in life, and went on to do acting in feature films and television shows. At the age of 18, Nick decided to pursue music full-time. Nick says, “I know I am so blessed to have been able to support myself through all these various avenues of self-expression, so I try and not take my talent for granted…”