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Born in the Philippines, raised in New York and currently residing in Atlanta, Georgia, Raquel Lily is an independent singer, songwriter, producer, guitarist and online personality. She streams music performance and a variety of content, including live vlogging (IRL Streaming), lifestyle, mukbang, gaming and cooking on Twitch.tv/RaquelLily.
With a degree in Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior from University of California Davis, Lily left the medical field and dove head first into her creative pursuit in music and began online streaming in 2017. Raquel has released several singles, as well as a self-produced acoustic EP titled “Stripped” in 2018. In May 2019, she became a pioneering talent in the world of gaming and Esports, joining Esports organization Dignitas, as a musical artist and content creator.
Raquel Lily performs with keyboardist & composer Martin Castor (Tragic City) and bassist Jacob Edwards (Twitch.tv/JacobEdwards). They plan to release several singles in 2020, along with their debut, full-length concept album titled, “I’m Leaving.”
Tragic City is a septet from Birmingham Alabama. Thriving on live performances, we blend jazz, funk, hip-hop, and R&B to share our form of progressive music.
Rock, Folk, World from Austin TX
You may have heard Austin-based Peter More’s music produced by Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen, live on tour with Grace Potter, or supporting Leon Bridges in their hometown of Fort Worth, Texas. At turns contemplative and rousing, More's music is precisely executed, yet manages to feel original and uncomplicated; Music you want to hum along with and also hang on to every single line.
Over the years, Peter More and his bandmates have called many places home. Originally from Fort Worth, Texas, More joined forces with Spanish flamenco guitarist José Juan Poyatos, Mexican bassist Diego Noyola, and French-American drummer Adrien Faunce in San Miguel de Allende, the colonial arts haven three hours north of Mexico City. There, the band began to record with prolific drummer Rick Shlosser (who played on many Van Morrison and James Taylor classics, among hundreds of other credits). A chance encounter with Steely Dan's Donald Fagen, who happened to be visiting San Miguel, led to Fagen producing More's debut album, "Beautiful Disrepair," and his follow-up EP entitled "Shoulder."
Best described by Donald Fagen as music with "a smart savvy edge...its an American dish served with hot sauce." More's layered stories naturally have evolved with the band’s continual movement through recording sessions beyond San Miguel that took place in Fort Worth, New York City, and Woodstock. Wanderlust underscores More's music, weaving the many influences and intersections from the songwriter's unconventional journey. The road just seems to strengthen the bond between the band-mates and the power of More's heartfelt songs.