2019 ToyPalooza Musician Bios & Videos
Boy In A Band - By Dallas Remington
Dallas Remington Bio
Lamont Landers Band
Born and raised in Alabama, Lamont Landers grew up absorbing the soulful sounds of the south that surrounded him. At the age of 14 he taught himself how to play guitar, and at the age of 19 began singing. He spent years quietly honing his talents behind his bed room doors, listening to records by Stevie Wonder, Al Green, Sly & The Family Stone, and Ray Charles on repeat. At the age of 22 a candid video recorded by his sister of him performing the Ray Charles’ classic “Hit the Road Jack” went viral on YouTube, and with the help of Reddit.com garnered over 400,000 views overnight. His YouTube channel now has over 11,000 subscribers and over 1.9 million views, and his four-piece outfit, The Lamont Landers Band has since become a staple in college towns and perform across the southeast bringing their joyful noise of Soul, Funk, and R&B to audiences of all sizes. Lamont has been featured the Apollo Theater and most recently on Americas Got Talent.
The Broken Locals w/Kaci Bolls
The Broken Locals Bio
How do you make listeners nostalgic for an era they may have not even been born in? Meet "The Broken Locals". an acoustic-based pop-country duo from Nashville, TN. Singer-songwriters Kaci Bolls and Britton Cameron met while pursuing their own solo careers and backing each other up. Their solo set-lists quickly transformed into songs that showcased their raw harmonies sharing the center stage. Bolls, an in-demand first call demo singer for legendary writers, has put her vocal stamp on songs cut by Leann Rimes, Sara Evans, Gwenyth Paltrow in “Country Strong”, and has brought songs like “Before He Cheats” to life for Carrie Underwood. Cameron has penned songs for LoneStar, Steal Magnolia, and Don Williams. With well-crafted contagious songs, soothing and infectious melodies, The Broken Locals make the largest of performance halls seem intimate
For more than 7 years David has played in various band with some very talented musicians before making the decision of going out on his own singing and playing guitar. Since going solo David has auditioned for the Voice on NBC and has played venues from Nashville to Clarksville to Evansville and Champaign Il. David brings a multitude of music genre with him ranging from Garth Brooks to Matchbox 20 to Hank Williams Jr. and many many more.