From Jackson, TN, LOLO is a show-stopping singer who has
"so much music flowing through [her] that it fills two
people" (Associated Press). She has proven herself a venerable
songwriter, from penning hits for Panic! At The Disco’s recent
#1 blockbuster album to writing a New York Times raved about
off-Broadway musical, “Songbird” — a perfect segue from
LOLO's past role as the originator of Ilse in the critically-
acclaimed smash musical “Spring Awakening.” Her album, In
Loving Memory of When I Gave a Shit, is a come-to-Jesus
moment for the songstress who moved back to Tennessee after
exploring her path on the stages of New York and time in
London - a literal reflection of LOLO's journey on the road back
home, which paints the picture of a woman who is finally able to
shine and be her true self. With a daring and emotionally
charged voice, her music evokes a hot southern night – rough
around the edges but with a velvety quality that soothes the soul.
Garrison Starr is a singer, songwriter and record producer based in Los Angeles. Her latest musical release, "What If There Is No Destination" was released June 2017. Starr has released 15 albums as a solo artist.
Known for her vibrant and impassioned live performances, Starr’s shows have been described as “marrying pop smarts and Americana grit with a voice of remarkable power and clarity”(gomemphis.com 2012).
Starr is a full time songwriter in Los Angeles whose songs have been featured on numerous TV shows and commercials. She regularly collaborates with various artists on projects and has found great success writing for TV and film.
In 2016, Starr collaborated with long time friend, Margaret Cho, and produced “American Myth.” Starr also co-wrote, played guitar and sang on the record. The album was nominated for a Grammy in the Comedy category.
Garrison's love for truth-telling, good whiskey and human connection has made her a darling of the singer-songwriter world.
She continues to tour the U.S. and Europe, click here for her upcoming shows.