Thu Apr 25 2019
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The Middle East presents:
Wright + Wrong,
Jillian Ann is a 7th semester Songwriting major and voice principal at Berklee College of Music. Her goal is to create a catalog of music that transcends different musical genres. Jillian has experience singing in various musical groups ranging from acappella to hard rock bands. She self-produced her first single, "The Man That I Love", that is currently on iTunes and Spotify. Jillian has performed at various venues, singing in different styles, from musical theatre to classic rock.
Wright and Wrong is a newly formed band comprised of Students from Berklee College of Music in Boston. They write and cover music that is in rock pop and folk genres.
Angela Wright - vocalist- songwriter from Salt Lake City Utah. She has Performed in many venues regionally as a soloist, and as part of Band. She has been the opener for Air Supply as a soloist. Music is an outlet for her emotions and feelings. Her music spans across pop. rock and country genres. She is classically trained, and has been the lead in many musicals, but loves performing her own musical creations. Her vocal range is a full four octaves, with a top at F over high C. Angela also plays the piano, and the cigar box guitar.
David Ashton - Bass - From Indianapolis, Indiana. Started playing bass in freshman year of High School. Fell in love with the deep sounds of the Bass and practiced and played his way into a scholarship at the Berklee College of Music.
Erik Martinek - Singer, songwriter, guitarist from Chicago IL. He first played the guitar after he saw a movie about Nirvana when he was 12 years old. Immediately he began to write songs and got involved in his school choir to expand his musicality.
Graham Northrop- Banjo, Dobro - He has been playing the banjo since he was twelve years old. In 2014 he won both the Utah state instrument championships and the Utah Old Time Fiddler's Association championship in the banjo category. From 2012-2018 he played in the youth bluegrass band Flint and Steel, which performed around the Mountain West region.