Born out of more than 20 years of music industry experience, the founders of The B. Sharp Showcase have acquired friends and associates in every aspect of the business from production to publishing, and from garage bands to Grammys.
Shortly after being introduced to the MySpace music community, former recording studio manager, B.J. Barratt, stumbled upon two artists whose enormous talent, and lack of exposure, inspired the creation of the B. Sharp Indie Showcase.
Christopher Dallman’s “Nighttime In The City” and Michael Logen’s “Mystery?” says Barratt, were just too good to get lost in the music industry quagmire. I was so moved by these artists, I felt I had to do something to help them be heard.
That something has become the multi-faceted B. Sharp Showcase which will host six superior independent (not signed to a major label) musicians from across the country at the premiere event which is scheduled for July 18th at The Living Room on Ludlow St. in New York City
The goal now is making sure all the right industry people come out to hear what the showcase promises will be “The Best Music You’ve NEVER heard.”