Charlie Puth is one part internet celebrity, one part singer-songwriter, and one part comedian armed with a sarcastic and whimsical sense of humor. Puth began playing piano at the age of 4, and attended the Manhattan School of Music where he studied jazz and classical piano performance. He is now pursuing a degree at Berklee College of Music. Puth shot to fame in 2011 when he appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres show with his cover of "Someone Like You," which currently has over 10,000,000 hits on YouTube.
Robert Gillies is a folk-popper on a mission, a mission to dig deeper, to write from the heart, and to leave everyone in a 50-mile radius feeling a little bit lighter. With a new record out (Astronaut); opening slots for Andy Grammer, Ryan Star, and Action Item; and an appearance on Ellen Degeneres, Gillies isn't moving mountains-he's moving continents.
Mike Squillante is an up-and-coming pop/rock singer-songwriter who's been writing and recording original songs since the age of 12. Squillante released his self-produced, debut full length LP in November 2010, entitled Backward Glances, Second Chances, and recently won the Perez Hilton Can You Sing? contest, gaining notoriety after being posted on perezhilton.com. His songs, with their hooks and catchy pop melodies, are guaranteed to be stuck in your head for days.