Indie Sensation Aly Ryan, whose debut single “No Parachute” became the second biggest pop song on SoundCloud, charting at number 1 in Germany, Russia, France, The Netherlands and New Zealand for months while becoming a top 10 in almost every other country was born in Germany to parents who were foreign correspondents in Moscow, Russia. Traveling extensively throughout her childhood she learned several languages and experienced vastly different cultures and musical traditions, an experience that shapes her songwriting and approach towards music making in general. At 16 and already a self-taught multi instrumentalist and songwriter, Ryan moved to L.A and saw it as the next step in her music career. She has since been written about in Billboard, Nylon, Popcrush and many other acclaimed press outlets. “Certainly laying down a solid foundation for future success.” Complex Magazine In 2019 she participated in the german national final for the Eurovision Song Contest and her single ‘Wear Your Love’ soon debuted on the German charts. In November she collaborated with Italian DJ Vinai on the single ‘5AM’ which is already close to a million streams on Spotify. Ryan announced the release of a new single featuring Ugly God for January 10th, 2020.
Aly Ryan Vocalist
Annie, a California girl, followed her country muse to Nashville. She won fans nationwide on American Idol Season 8 In 2015. Rolling Stone named her one of “10 New Country Artists You Need To Know”.Inspired by the iconic Johnny Cash, she’s performed for male and female inmates at prisons across the country. A tomboy growing up, Annie’s video “Crooked Halo” highlights groundbreaking females in traditionally male pursuits like skateboarding and motorcycle racing
Annie Bosko Vocalist
As a singer-songwriter, Annie’s influences range from world music to classic rock, soul to electronica to American folk and blues – She fronts the eclectic, multi-cultural band Melou – Melou was founded in a Guatemalan tequila bar when the Boston-based Goodchild met the Dutch guitarist Maarten Swaan – In 2016 she released her solo debut EP, the unpredictable “A Random Physical Sensation”
Annie Goodchild Vocalist
View Ariana's playlist As a singer-songwriter, Annie’s influences range from world music to classic rock, soul to electronica to American folk and blues – She fronts the eclectic, multi-cultural band Melou – Melou was founded in a Guatemalan tequila bar when the Boston-based Goodchild met the Dutch guitarist Maarten Swaan – In 2016 she released her solo debut EP, the unpredictable “A Random Physical Sensation”
Ariana Savalas Vocalist


– The New York Times referred to Alex as “multi-talented” – kind of an understatement considering he’s a dancer, choreographer, teacher, researcher and singer-songwriter – Since 2009, he’ss entertained audiences as dance captain for Andrew J. Nemr’s tap company, Cats Paying Dues – As “Jumpsuit Alex,” he is the passionate, tap dancing hype man for the Grammy Award-winning kindie band Tim and the Space Cadets – An accomplished singer-songwriter and guitarist, he’s blended folk and jazz influences on two full-length albums, 2011’s “Footprints” and 2015’s “Seasons and Shadows”
Alex MacDonald Tap
– A Los Angeles native, Anissa is not only a dazzling tap dancer but also a dance instructor and fashion designer – She’s a member of Syncopated Ladies, whose Beyoncé Tap Salute was endorsed by Queen Bey herself (“They killed it!”) – Anissa has also appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America and FOX’s So You Think You Can Dance, and was seen in Amazon’s Original Series The Last Tycoon with Kelsey Grammer – She hopes to combine her love and passion of tap dancing with fashion to create the ultimate experience for the arts
Anissa Lee Tap
Caley and Kelsey are renowned choreographers and tap dancers from Los Angeles, California. They have choreographed for shows such as World of Dance, The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, Little Big Shots, Disney, and Dancing With the Stars, which was nominated for an Emmy as contributing choreographers to Derek Hough. They have also set choreography for Julianne & Derek Hough’s “Move Live Tour” and Derek’s solo tour “Derek Hough Live: The Tour”. Kelsey has done Foley work for films such as “La La Land” and “Muppets Most Wanted.” Caley has appeared on So You Think You Can Dance, was the feature in Nissan’s 2018 car campaign, and just finished a 14 country European tour as the tap dancer with Postmodern Jukebox. They have coached stars such as Derek Hough, Jeremy Piven, and Bette Midler for her Tony award winning performance of “Hello Dolly.” Their work has been published in “Dance Spirit” and “Dance Magazine”. Collectively, they have performed in over 20 countries world-wide, including China, Australia, Europe, and South America. “Hollywood’s favorite tap duo.” -Dance Spirit “They are modern Tap revolutionaries.” -World of Dance “Hollywood, it seems, is their oyster.” -Dance Magazine
Caley and Kelsey Tap
Demi Remick is a YoungArts Gold winner in Dance, one of Dance Magazine’s 2014 “Top-25-To-Watch,” a member of the Bessie Award-winning company Dorrance Dance, a member of Caleb Teicher + Company, a Presidential Scholar in the Arts nominee, a Capezio Athlete and holds a BFA in Dance from SUNY Purchase Conservatory. She has performed at the Kennedy Center under the direction of Bill T. Jones and teaches dance around the world. As revealed to Scott Bradlee, Demi’s spirit animal is the tiger.
Demi Remick Tap


– Adam hails from the San Francisco Bay Area and studied at Connecticut’s Hartt School of Music – He also earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree at Brooklyn Law School, which is good to know if the band ever gets into legal trouble – An avid outdoorsman, Adam’s run two marathons and backpacked in Patagonia – He owns the company Redux Booking, which has booked bands for Chef Geoffrey Zakarian’s restaurant near Times Square and for Demetria Lucas’ wedding, which aired on Bravo’s Blood Sweat & Heels
Adam Kubota Bass
Arthur has made New York City his home for over a decade, but is a native of Tucson, AZ and brings his desert roots to the jazz he plays with his band, Arthur Vint & Associates. He has released two albums under his own name and appears on dozens more playing everything from mambo to country. He has been a member of PMJ since 2017 and has toured with them extensively throughout the US, Europe, and South America. Definitely not camera-shy, Arthur has also appeared onscreen in episodes of HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire”, Cinemax’s “The Knick”, and the blockbuster film “John Wick”. When not on stage at other jazz clubs, Arthur can be found tending bar at one: NYC’s iconic Village Vanguard in Greenwich Village
Arthur Vint Drums
– Ok, despite the name, Ben actually plays lots of different instruments, including clarinet, flute, trumpet, melodica, piano, guitar, and, of course, sax – He’s joined the Dave Matthews Band as a featured performer, and played with the likes of Lin-Manuel Miranda, Neil Patrick Harris, 10,000 Maniacs, Blind Boys of Alabama, Rebirth Brass Band and Thundercat – He leads the jazz-funk quartet Ben And Friends and co-foudned the jazz trio The Owlz – Ben’s a longtime staple of the Brooklyn music scene, playing all sorts of music to crowds ranging from 20 to 20,000
Ben The Sax Guy Saxophone
At the age of nine, after years of not being able to sit still during his piano lessons, Dave Tedeschi convinced his parents to buy him a snare drum. From that point forward, Dave knew that he wanted to be a musician. Through the encouragement of his family – including grandmother Audrey Olsen, a legendary choral director and piano teacher – he graduated from the Eastman School of Music and then landed in New York City in 2009. Over the past ten years, Dave has became known for his musicality, versatility and improvisational prowess. When not on the road with Postmodern Jukebox, Dave performs with his band People Vs. Larsen and maintains a busy schedule as a sideman both in the studio and in live situations. On top of performing, Dave also finds great joy in teaching private lessons and clinics to musicians of all ages. Dave Tedeschi is proud to endorse Zildjian Cymbals, Vater Drumsticks and C&C Drum Company.
Dave Tedeschi Bass