David Joshua, Dallas TX, Folk/Singer-Songwriter/Rock
David Joshua is a singer/songwriter who hails from Dallas, Texas. Known for his commanding baritone, passionate performances, and authentic music, David takes people on a journey through song.
David has been playing live in the DFW music scene since 2004 fronting a number of bands, most notably David Trust and The Weathermen, Velvet Guard, David Trust, and now David Joshua. David has been seen playing at notable venues like; The Liquid Lounge, T’s Bar and Grill, The Horny Toad Cafe, Curtain Club, InAccord, Tutta’s Pizza, JJ’s Old Dirty Basement, The Aardvark, The Green Elephant, The Prophet Bar, O’rileys Dallas, Lone Star Bar and many many more
Artemus, Grand Prairie TX, Indie/Pop/Prog
Artemus is an indie/pop musician from Grand Prarie, Texas. He combines acoustic melodies with electronic instruments and percussive loops to create catchy, rhythm based pop songs.
Artemus A.k.a Art Fernandez started playing music at the age of 8 years old. He would play with several diverse bands, including Another Year colder, Eden, and Glory theory. However it wasn't until the departure of his Another Year Colder guitar player and co-songwriter, Tony Pulice, that he would begin to explore his own musical voice. Taking influence from Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel and Gotye, he would learn to use acoustic instruments and technology to create a sound of his own.
American Strange, The Colony TX, NOISE/EXPERIMENTAL/UNCLASSIFIED
What started as a regular rock band later devolved through an untimely departure of the main song writer and singer. The legal entity that was American Strange left in the hands of a mediocre at best bass player got blended up with loops and beeps on a 2nd generation iPad. Mostly unlistenable noise American Strange continues on to this day with new tracks tucked away in iCloud, Garageband, reason, audacity, and Korg mini app.
They world is not waiting with baited breath for a new release from American Strange, But it will get one in 2020 weather it likes it or not.