Fresh Prospects: Christina Isabelle / Bigfoot Wallace / Evan Nachimson
939 Boylston Street
Boston, MA, 02115
Fresh off an appearance on American Idol, 22-year-old Christina Isabelle has been blessed to have a voice that inspires many people. Born in White Plains, NY and raised in Duluth, GA, she had an obvious connection with music when she began singing at the age of 3. Her own idols include Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, and Barbra Streisand. Having performed in numerous galas, private events, and concerts, one of her most memorable and inspiring nights on stage was at the age of 14 when she sang in front of thousands with legendary producer and Grammy Award-winner David Foster at the Georgia World Congress Center. Even though her music is her main focus, Isabelle got into film at the age of 17, with roles including a supporting role in the Lifetime movie Queensized. Isabelle turned down a full music scholarship to UCLA to pursue a career at Berklee College of Music, from which she graduated in December 2012. She is currently thriving on making her own music for everyone to enjoy, hoping to touch many people all over the world with a positive message.
Bigfoot Wallace is a man named Jon Hubbell from Chandler, AZ. His latest album, Songs for the Larva, is coming out on March 5, 2013 and features songs about newness, home, love, and friendship.
Evan Nachimson believes the power of the voice is not in how you sing, but rather what you say. Born in Baltimore, enlightened in Nashville, and toughened in New York, Nachimson's music is all-American. Inspired by revolutionaries like Bob Dylan, John Lennon, and Bob Marley, his music blends the honesty of folk with the energy of rock 'n' roll and the style of R&B.