Happening upon his grandfather’s Gibson under his uncle’s bed, Trey Simon’s musical journey began. At age 12, he had started music lessons and began his first band as he fell entranced by how one could embody passion using sound. Performing in open mics and continually honing his songwriting abilities eventually grew into touring across the country and even opening for big names like Patti LaBelle, Andra Day, and Andy Grammer. With influences from both old blues musicians and singer-songwriter genres, Trey’s style is a mix of dynamic vocals and impassioned honesty. Trey is vulnerable and transparent about his experiences, which allows him to connect to his listeners in personal and powerful ways. His steady voice digs into the ear while his lyricism reveals something precious and careful about who he loves and how he hurts, and what hope he clings to. His newest singles The Impossible and When the Lights Turn On are available on all streaming platforms.
20 year old Zoe Ny is an independent singer-songwriter and a student at Berklee College of Music.
Born and raised outside of Detroit, Zoe’s unique and versatile style has been heavily influenced by soul, folk, and indie rock music. Zoe has studied with vocal coaches Jennifer Kincer, John Lynn, and Berklee’s College of Music’s Cassandre McKinley.
Starting her career at 8 years old, Zoe performed in 21 shows of the national Broadway tour “The Wizard of Oz” at Fisher Theater. Zoe has studied songwriting at Interlochen Center for Performing Arts, as well as with JT Harding- with the Nashville Songwriters Association International. Zoe has performed in concerts at The Varsity Theatre, 20 Front Street, and hundreds of festivals and events all across Michigan. Zoe has also performed in a chorus for Eagles at TD Garden, as well as for the National Festival Chorus at Carnegie Hall. Since 2020, Zoe has released 3 singles, including her song “Weekends,” which earned a placement on Spotify’s “Fresh Finds: Pop” playlist, and was a finalist at the 2020 Durango Songwriting Competition.
Zoe Ny has opened for artists Liz Longley, Matt Brown, and Chris Trapper, as well as groups Clem Snide and Reina Del Cid. Her upcoming single, “Witches in The Wind,” takes inspiration from the soft-rock sound of Fleetwood Mac, as well as from country singer-songwriters Kacey Musgraves & Dolly Parton.