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Brad Curtis & The SOME x 6 Band  
Brad Curtis : (Vocals Bass)Began playing guitar/bass and writing songs at the age of 15 yrs, playing in coffee shops, church's, and high school's around his hometown of Prince George BC until he left for Simon Fraser University in Vancouver BC Canada. After a lengthy absence from playing and writing, Brad picked up the bass again in 2002 and slowly began writing songs again. He quickly realized how important playing music and writing songs were to him. In fact , it was everything. Brad is now working on his 4th CD ! "Like A Sonic Gypsy" is being produced by Ted Tosoff and will be released in 2017.
Influenced at a young age by Bruce Cockburn , Bob Dylan , John Fogerty, Johnny Cash, Tom Petty, Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath, The Who, Stevie Ray Vaughan and Nazareth , Brad's writing reflects these influences.
Ted Tosoff : (Guitar), Multi Instrumentalist Guitar/Bass/Keys/Percussionist Ted has been a current member of the band for 3 years and is producing our latest album. Ted has been writing, playing and producing music for close to 40 years and always plays in "The Blue Voodoo" " Really enjoying the current lineup of Brad Curtis & The SOME x 6 Band ..the future looks good "
Dave Groves: (Lead Guitar), Dave has been a current member of the band since 2016. He is featured on the album "Like A Sonic Gypsy 2107 "
Wes Hallam: (Drums), Wes joined the band in 2015 but also played with the band in 2012. We plays the drums on the 2012 recording of "The Hoodoo Shake". He is also the feature drummer on the album "Like A Sonic Gypsy 2017".
Album: Like A Sonic Gypsy (2017)

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# (PST) Name length Rating NextPlay Notes
1 9:00 Be Still 04:49 4 10-Sep-17
2 9:04  Forty Years 03:19 4 10-Sep-17
3 9:08 The Edge Of Darkness 03:43 4 10-Sep-17
4 9:12 Can You See Your Dreams 04:11 4 10-Sep-17
5 9:16 Dodging Raindrops 04:07 4 10-Sep-17
6 9:20 Dance Bravely 04:19 4 10-Sep-17
7 9:24 Beware The Straw 05:28 4 10-Sep-17
8 9:30 Look Again 04:04 4 13-Jul-18
9 9:34 Three Wishes 04:28 4 10-Sep-17
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Amilia K Spicer
Been running my whole life trying to get to the other side
And I dream of the Serengeti
Chased by lions while the ravens fly

As the lyric from her song “Shotgun” implies, singer-songwriter Amilia K Spicer has a thing for wide-open spaces and mystical places.
As the lyric from her song “Shotgun” implies, singer-songwriter Amilia K Spicer has a thing for wide-open spaces and mystical places.
Even her record label name, Free Range Records, reflects her vagabond spirit—which has carried her from the green hills of her native Pennsylvania, through the hill country of central Texas, to the mountain monasteries of Tibet. Based in Los Angeles and Austin, she might tell you she feels most rooted when she’s heading toward a distant horizon.
The songs on Spicer’s new album, Wow and Flutter, capture the vastness of those horizons with a cinematic quality, somehow sweeping us into the panorama as we listen. It should surprise no one that she pursued a career in film before music became her muse. The dichotomy of shadow and light, grit and wonder, are in the sonics, rather than on the screen.
“One of the best albums, any genre, in the last decade”- Popdose Wow and Flutter represents a metamorphosis, shedding a few skins in the making, like Spicer herself, until it emerged as a 12 song collection. During its production, Spicer – a piano player- picked up a guitar for the first time. Other stringed instruments followed, each one inspiring her writing. “Every time I picked up a new instrument, I wrote a song. It was the best sandbox ever.” It also was a mixed blessing, Spicer confides with a grin, because each newly minted song clamored to be added to the record. Her album title refers to an audio term regarding pitch and speed variations. Vintage analog appeals to Spicer, who adds:
“The phrase is also very sensual to me, like wax and wane, ebb and flow, the closing and opening of the heart”.
Moon, tide, heart fluctuations—and other natural-world phenomena—are part of Wow and Flutter’s essence. Its songs carry titles such as “Lightning,” “Windchill” and “Wild Horses”; they mention hurricanes, open flames and stones polished in the rain. A hoot owl calls at the start of “Shotgun,” which turns Native American- and African-influenced vocal undulations and delicate slide guitar into a truly hypnotic reverie. The richly textured songs are sung in a honeyed alto that’s equal parts earthy and airy. Her sound is like glass: spun from sand and fire into something smooth and clear. And sometimes beautifully etched with acid.
Spicer describes her Americana/folk rock style as red-dirt noir, evoking majestic vistas—and shadowy mysteries . On the lead off Appalachian-tinged track, “Fill Me Up”, when she sings, Shenandoah’s got secrets so deep, we can infer she’s talking about more than a mountain.
Called “Fearless” by the San Antonio Express- News, Spicer drew attention the first time she played an LA club on a whim. Ears perked, and she was on her way-—to a rare Mainstage Kerrville Folk Festival debut, three Kennedy Center performances, song placements in several high-profile TV shows (Party of Five, Dawson’s Creek), and quirky indie films. But Spicer initially regarded music as something she could walk away from any time—until a potential record deal fell through. As she envisioned the future slipping from her grasp, she had a startling realization. “I finally figured out,” she says, “this is not what I do. This is who I am.’” With that faith came a new fierceness to her work.
During the making of Wow and Flutter, her wanderlust meant there were detours, including producing tracks for other projects. Among these, lauded contributions to compilations tributing Neil Young (alongside Kristen Hersh, Tanya Donnelly), and Peter Case (with John Prine,,Hayes Carll). She also appeared on the Safety Harbor Kids Holiday Collection, (Billy Idol, Jackson Browne). A sought after harmony singer and arranger, Spicer’s featured on albums by John Gorka and the final Rounder release from the late Bill Morrissey.
Contributors to Wow and Flutter include Stones/Dylan bassist Daryl Johnson, Wallflowers/Foo Fighters keyboardist Rami Jaffee, Bonnie Raitt/Taj Mahal keyboardist Mike Finnigan, pedal steel player Eric Heywood (Son Volt), guitarists Tony Gilkyson (X, Lone Justice), Gurf Morlix (Lucinda Williams). Spicer produced; multi-instrumentalist Steve McCormick co-produced and engineered. Spicer enlisted Malcolm Burn to mix: “Malcolm has worked on so many of my favorite records of all time. I was honored he wanted to be involved.”
Poetic too:, because enigmatic nature aside, Spicer has earned comparisons to Lucinda Williams, Emmylou Harris, Neko Case, Daniel Lanois.
A spectral beauty permeates the understated “Harlan,” which smolders with a slow-burn intensity as Spicer sings, Whiskey runs thru me, like Mississippi mud����/Just leaves you thirsty, can’t water down your blood. The key word there is “thirsty,” which hints at the restlessness propelling every explorer toward the unknown.
Indeed, Spicer made life-changing excursions to Southeast Asia in 2012 and 2014, accompanying a philanthropist friend who was funding a documentary about Nepal’s civil war. At the time, she was struggling to rekindle enthusiasm for her own project. As she visited monasteries, she recalls, “I was searching for new sounds, and new sanctuary”.
She was also trying to lose something: the bonds of a dying romance. Spicer addresses those frustrations in various songs, including “Shake It Off”—which, she’d like to note, was written and recorded before Taylor Swift’s hit. Its sinuous, syncopated groove is enhanced by Daryl Johnson’s funky counterpoint vocal. “I’d love to have ‘Shake It Off’ used as a walk-out theme for an MMA fight,” says Spicer, a fan—not surprisingly, given her feisty streak. This, of course, emanates from the same artist who whispers, “Let me be your lightning” with an unabashed sensuality.
In the soaring “What I’m Saying,” she declares her intent to find her purpose and place in the world. “I want to be a force to be reckoned with,” Spicer asserts. “I want to cause a beautiful commotion.“ With the slow, majestic gospel of the final track

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# (PST) Artist Name length Rating NextPlay Notes
10 9:39 Amilia K Spicer LIghtning 04:22 4 1-Aug-17 New song
11 9:43 Ivory Tower Project Please Tell Me (Alternate Version) 03:54 4 20-Aug-17 New song
12 9:47 AirCrash Detectives The First Day I Remember Being Beautiful 04:46 4 1-Aug-17
13 9:52 The Brake Brothers Band The Way 03:50 4 1-Aug-17
14 9:56 Chuck Eaton The Way It Ends 04:01 4 1-Aug-17
15 10:00 David Locklear Fork in the Road 03:05 4 1-Aug-17
16 10:03 Forge The Rubicon Hey Girl 04:03 4 1-Aug-17
17 10:07 Ivory Tower Project You Can See It In My Eyes (Remix) 04:01 4 1-Aug-17 New song
18 10:11 Lance Glass Love Is A Matter Of Action 04:46 4 1-Aug-17
19 10:16 Love Ghost Friday Afternoon 04:50 4 1-Aug-17
20 10:21 Marc Ceccotti Sometimes she comes in my dreams 02:42 4 1-Aug-17
21 10:24 Mark Alexander Carroll These Words Remind 04:05 4 1-Aug-17
22 10:28 The Nigel Purcell Trio You stole my heart 02:17 4 1-Aug-17 New song
23 10:31 The Pieces of Mind Night Time Is The Right Time 04:39 4 1-Aug-17
24 10:35 Rob Woolf Alligator Eatin Woman 04:21 4 1-Aug-17 New song
25 10:40 The Tearaways My Bad 03:26 4 1-Aug-17 New song
26 10:43 TolbertToz Riverside 04:08 4 1-Aug-17
27 10:47 Harsh Blue Diary Of A Madman 03:37 4 10-Sep-17
28 10:51 BLAKE Made Of Sticks 02:42 4 10-Sep-17
29 10:54 Icicle Win, Win, Win 03:46 4 10-Sep-17
30 10:58 Billy Blind Melt 03:40 4 10-Sep-17
31 11:01 Russ Payne and the Unison Bends Saskias Got a Gun 04:41 4 10-Sep-17
32 11:06 Wally Hite Rankin Share My Light 04:17 4 10-Sep-17
33 11:11 Wild Horse Psycho Cafe 03:33 4 10-Sep-17
34 11:14 The Young Presidents Break Away 03:50 4 10-Sep-17
35 11:18 The Bogart Jones Band Slightly Burnt 05:14 4 10-Sep-17
36 11:23 Boundary Exception Hope 05:10 4 10-Sep-17
37 11:29 Braindead Wavelength Apathy  04:33 4 10-Sep-17
38 11:33 Dieter van der Westen Dressed in blue 03:50 4 10-Sep-17
39 11:37 Five Mile Smile Call to Arms 03:17 4 10-Sep-17
40 11:41 FrontAxle Don't Wanna Lose You 05:10 4 10-Sep-17
41 11:46 Genuine Crude Pleasantville 03:44 4 10-Sep-17
42 11:50 Keith Beck's Zigman Bird Ballad of Aunt Ann and Uncle Eddie 03:10 4 10-Sep-17
43 11:53 Mars Bonfire A Fadeaway 03:37 4 10-Sep-17
44 11:57 Matt Steady Crith Gablach 03:09 4 10-Sep-17
45 12:00 Mia LJ Hold Me 03:12 4 10-Sep-17
46 12:03 Open Strum Lion's Drum 01:51 4 10-Sep-17
47 12:05 Parry Ray He Drives Me Crazy (Radio Edit) 03:26 4 10-Sep-17
48 12:09 Rhys Davis The Light 03:29 4 10-Sep-17
49 12:12 ROLLINGEXILE Good Morning London 03:36 4 10-Sep-17
50 12:16 The Scaramanga Six As We Take The Stage (pts.1-2) 06:01 4 10-Sep-17
51 12:22 SharpV Dr King 04:25 4 10-Sep-17
52 12:26 Simon Groves Broken Radio 02:14 4 10-Sep-17
53 12:29 Starch Monkey Midnight 04:33 4 10-Sep-17
54 12:33 Ugochill Home 04:03 4 10-Sep-17
55 12:38 Wally Hite Rankin Where You Lie 02:50 4 10-Sep-17
56 12:40 The Young Presidents Ordinary 03:50 4 10-Sep-17
57 12:44 Anna Gutmanis When I Get Out Of Bed 03:36 4 10-Sep-17
58 12:48 The Bogart Jones Band Shuffle On 05:34 4 10-Sep-17
59 12:54 Boundary Exception Instant flow 05:44 4 10-Sep-17
60 1:00 CED DUENOW BABY I GOT MY BAGS PACKED 02:38 4 10-Sep-17
61 1:02 Dave Vargo Twisted And Bent 03:32 4 10-Sep-17
62 1:06 Jeff Kossack & Syd Straw Too Little Time 04:34 4 10-Sep-17
63 1:11 Our House, in The Woods, MN House of Fire 06:59 3 1-Aug-17
64 1:18 Gail Everett Sorry 02:56 3 1-Aug-17
65 1:21 EmanueleLLLRanieri onemanband Psyckosomatikblueskiller 05:06 3 1-Aug-17
66 1:26 Andrew James Barker Young Phoenix 03:33 3 24-Nov-17
67 1:29 SharpV Last Advance 03:41 3 24-Nov-17
68 1:33 Joshua's Creed Where Everything Dies 06:35 3 24-Nov-17
69 1:40 Sewage Mental Injustice 02:54 3 24-Nov-17
70 1:43 And The Sky Darkened Crimson Call 04:14 3 24-Nov-17
71 1:47 BisonSound Time's Up 04:57 3 24-Nov-17
72 1:52 ced and guests Faith Remains 03:15 3 24-Nov-17
73 1:56 Ivory Tower Project Way Too Late 03:54 3 24-Nov-17 New song