Deborah Cox possesses one of the most powerful and versatile contemporary voices of our time. The Grammy Award nominated, multi-platinum R & B/Pop recording artist and actress recently blew the roof off theatres as she starred in the Rachel Maron role originally played by Whitney Houston in the new musical “The Bodyguard”. She made her Broadway debut in the leading role in Elton John and Time Rice’s musical “Aida”, receiving rave reviews. In 2013, she yet again demonstrated her wide range through her emotional portrayal of Lucy in the revival of hit Broadway musical “Jekyll & Hyde”. In 2016 Deborah starred as the legendary Josephine Baker in the original musical “Josephine” at the Asolo Repertory Theatre.
Since beginning her career as a background singer for Celine Dion, Deborah has recorded six award winning and critically acclaimed albums and has written for and been recorded on numerous soundtracks. She later collaborated with Whitney Houston to record the duet “Same Script Different Cast” for Whitney’s greatest hits CD.
From her second CD. One Wish, came the double platinum “Nobody’s Supposed to be Here” – which held the record for the longest running #1 R & B single. After 14 weeks at the top of the charts, Deborah earned a Billboard Music Award nomination for R & B Single of the Year, an NAACP Image Award nomination, A Soul Train Award, A Lady of Soul Award and 3 Juno Awards including a Best Female Vocalist Juno nomination. She was nominated for a World Music Award in 2010 for the song Leave The World Behind.
The Canadian born star has an impressive list of #1 Billboard hit records, including thirteen #1 songs on Billboard’s Hot Dance Club Play chart.
Deborah has been recognized for her longstanding commitment to the LGBT community. In January 2015, she received the Out Music Pillar Award. In 2014, she received the California State Senate Award and in 2007, she received The Civil Rights Award from the New York Senate for her efforts in the fight for Human Rights and Equality. The Harvey Milk Foundation at the 2015 Diversity Honors honored her for her efforts in the fight against HIV/AIDS in the LGBT community. On June 12, 2016, she was given the Liberty Bell and Proclamation in Philadelphia by Mayor James Kenney to proclaim June 12 as LGBTQ Philadelphia Pride Parade and Festival Day.
What can't Willam do? Besides working along side Lady Gaga in one of the most recent big film blockbusters, she has put out a smash hit book "Suck Less: Where There's a Willam, There's a Way" where she helps guide you through the process of not sucking.
Willam has proven to be the queen of comedy with hilarious music videos such as "Rupaulogize", "Es Una Pasiva" and "Aileen" from her new album "Thats What I call Drag Music Vol.1" (Now Available). Check out her youtube for amazing stuff like "Willam's Beatdown" and the only Drag Race companion podcast you'll ever need "Race Chaser" with her best gal pal Alaska 5000.
Named by Billboard Magazine as the #8 Greatest Dance Artist of All Time and the #3 greatest from the Last Decade (trailing only Madonna and Beyoncé), Kristine W has proven herself a lasting talent. Through nearly twenty-ﬁve years in music, she has consistency delivered songs
that touch hearts and souls and compel bodies to ﬁnd the mighty groove out on the dance ﬂoor.
In 2018, her latest single, “Stars,” the second single from her soon-to-be-released album, became Kristine’s 17th #1 single, tying her with Mariah Carey for the sixth-most Billboard #1 dance hits and was included on Billboard’s “Best 100 Dance Songs of 2018″! It came in at #25, next to Ariana Grande and U2.
David Hernandez gained national attention with his powerful voice and affable personality as an American Idol finalist. In addition to American Idol, David has showcased his talents on The Ellen Show, The Today Show, MTV’s TRL, EXTRA, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, Teen Choice Awards, TV Guides’ Sexiest Stars 2008, Idol Tonight, Idol Gives Back and FOX-TV.
LA-based electro rock/pop artist ZEE MACHINE’s music has been described as “the straightforward confessions of a young emerging singer-songwriter, introducing an emotionally introspective side of his artistic psyche”. With no-holds-barred pop production and stratospheric-ally ambitious vocal delivery, ZEE MACHINE offers a fresh but accessible take on what a queer pop artist can be in the 21st century.
His debut EP “Brainchemistry” debuted in the top 25 on the iTunes Pop Charts and has had his music and video content featured on Billboard.com numerous times since it’s release. ZEE MACHINE is currently recording and performing around Los Angeles and has new music slated for release this year as well as numerous shows in and outside of LA.