“Loebe’s voice is breathtakingly beautiful, delightful and superb.” – Huffington Post
“She wraps her rich, honeyed voice around a mix of nuanced Americana and pop numbers.” – The Chicago Tribune
Rebecca Loebe is not just another talent. She’s a sophisticated, mature writer with a relevant point of view and an assured, nuanced voice thats both elegant and earthy, powerful and delicate, with a range and depth she hints at more than flashes. When the moments right, however, she’ll glide up a scale like Norah Jones, or drop right into a crag in Fiona Apples sidewalk. But timing and delivery alone don’t make an artist. There’s got to be substance as well, and Loebe fearlessly probes the rawest corners of her psyche to find it. “There’s a lot of me talking to myself,” she says.”I’m writing a lot of empowerment jams these days, and I think it’s because it’s what I need. I’ve written albums full of what I needed to say, but this album is full of songs I need to hear.” And now she’s on a guerrilla mission to share messages others need to hear as well. “I like to write catchy songs about topics that are meaningful to me, but use fun hooks to put words in people’s mouths,” Loebe admits. “My favorite thing is to get people singing along before they even realize they’re singing about women’s equality or their own self-worth.” Before signing her first record deal last year, Loebe had made her national television debut on the first season of The Voice (her version of Nirvanas Come as You Are charted worldwide and landed on the shows first compilation album) and been declared a winner at the Kerrville New Folk songwriting competition.Catch this award-winning songwriter and internationally recognized singer in concert with her full band this spring, as she celebrates the release of her fifth studio album Give Up Your Ghosts across the US and Europe.
Hailing from the cityscapes of Rochester, Michigan (just north of Detroit), recording artist Trey Simon fell in love with the acoustic guitar after finding a dusty old acoustic Gibson under his uncle’s bed years ago. He was soon addicted to the sound, the tone and the art. It was his vacation, his escape and his focus. As his musicianship developed so did his writing style. Trey has always had a natural gift for writing lyrics and through his dark places in his life, his ability to write sincere songs about hope and love was born.
Since his inception into the music world, Trey has had the opportunity to grace the stage and open for national industry greats such as Andy Grammer, Andra Day and most recently Trey had the opportunity to open up for the legendary R&B Singer Patti Labelle.