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The Soulmates are a hot San Francisco based trio known for their unique reggae, pop and soul music blend, super positive message and tight 3-part harmony. Their catchy original songs will have you grooving in seconds. Jethro Jeremiah (acoustic guitar, vocals), his sister Priscilla Smith (vocals) and Robin deGrasse (acoustic guitar, piano, vocals) joined forces in 2010 after meeting in a gospel choir. They quickly found a contagious musical chemistry that has started them on a musical journey performing regularly throughout Northern California. In July 2011 the trio was asked to open for Ziggy Marley and has shared the bill with artists such as Stevie Nicks, Stephen Marley, Aimee Mann and Los Lobos. They are currently raising funds towards their first studio album.
Sean McArdle is a bay area native and refugee of the local low-fi and punk rock scene. Most notable in those circles for Lookout Records band, The Cost, McArdle disbanded his various projects and moved to Washington DC in 2005. There, he cultivated a quieter sound, studied American blues and British folk, and released his first solo album, Northern Charms. The album displays a mature combination of all of his interests, from spacious Americana to gritty urban rock. Since then, he's played across the US and six other countries and has finally moved back to the East Bay. There, he often sits awake at night, working on his next set of releases.
Eileen Hazel is a Berkeley-based singer songwriter who writes songs of love, loss and redemption, filled with humor and hope. Musical inspirations include Dan Wilson, Indigo Girls, and Mamuse. She has released two CDs of her original songs, Spark and My Interesting Condition. She has performed at numerous Bay Area coffeehouses and festivals, including the Hippie Gypsy, La Peña, SF Free Folk Festival, and Pagan Pride Festival.