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Hometown Murrieta, CA
Genres Rock, Pop
Band Members Mary Loyd: Vocals/Rhythm guitar; Tara Honda: Vocals/... » more
Achievements Grand_prize Channel-number_1 Best-of-100 Top-10 Top-40 Top-40
Upcoming Shows None
Contact Information:
Artist / Band Member
Mary Loyd soulmissive@yahoo.com 951-970-9583
# Years Experience Performing Live: 4
Venue History: Winter NAMM Show 2011 - Anaheim, CA
Port of Los Angeles Lobster Fest - San Pedro, CA
San Diego County Fair - Del Mar, CA
Orange County Fair - Costa Mesa, CA
Chain Reaction - Anaheim, CA
University of Redlands - Redlands, CA
The Merc - Temecula, CA
Coronado Speed Festival - San Diego, CA
Cal State University Long Beach - Long Beach, CA
DiPiazza's  - Long Beach, CA
Hogue Barmichael's Grill & Saloon - Long Beach, CA
University of Redlands - Redlands, CA
The Vault - Temecula, CA
Marriott Hotel - Anaheim, CA
SoCal Rocks 2009 - Long Beach, CA
The Merc - Temecula, CA
McCabe's - Oceanside, CA
Trevi Entertainment Center - Lake Elsinore, CA
Temecula Music Fest - Temecula, CA
Murrieta Summer Concert Fest - Murrieta, CA
Discography: Holding Out EP—2011
 
 
 
 
 

 
We're a pop/rock band with a twist. With three lead female singers, as well as a female lead guitarist, we tend to throw audiences off guard. We're never really able to describe our sound, but we consider it an advantage to be different from the usual...
 
 

 

 

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Video Grand Prize Winner May 2010
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May 2010 Pop Videos
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Reached 91st in Best of Pop chart in 2011. In the top 100 for 3 weeks.
 
 

 

Technical Requirements

1. STAGE REQUIREMENTS

Stage Dimensions and Preparations

Minimum stage size should measure at least twenty four feet (24’) wide by twenty feet (20’) deep, and be at least three feet (3’) in height. The stage surface must be smooth and free of holes or protrusions. PRIOR TO LOAD-IN: The stage needs to be clear of any and all items (i.e. chairs, plants, musical equipment, scenery, etc.). If there are permanent obstructions, please note them accurately to the Manager during the time of contract drafting. All staging must be finished on the front and sides, using black skirting if necessary.

 

2. BACKLINE

The following items must be set up and in full operating order by the time the ARTIST arrives. Please ensure the individual responsible for the equipment is available on-site to avoid any unforeseen technical difficulties during the rehearsal or performance. Please refer to enclosed stage plot to determine where each item must be placed on the stage.

Drums (For Performances traveled over 100 miles
One (1) Yamaha or DW 18x22" or 18x20" Kick Dru
One (1) Yamaha or DW 10"x12" Rack Tom with appropriate hardwar
One (1) Yamaha or DW 16"x16" Floor Tom with appropriate Stan
One (1) Yamaha or DW 5"x14” Snar
Four (4) Yamaha or DW Cymbal Boom Stand
One (1) Yamaha or DW High Hat Cymbal Stan
One (1) Yamaha or DW Drum Thron
One (1) Yamaha or DW Snare Drum Stan
One (1) Yamaha or DW Kick Drum Peda
One (1) Drum Rug (8'x4')

(artist will provide cymbals in most cases per artist endorsement)

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One (1) Ampeg SVT All Tube Hea
One (1) Ampeg 4x10 Cabinet
(comparable system acceptable)

Miscellaneou
PURCHASER please supply three (4) guitar stands
Two (2) Fender Twin Cabinet

3. SOUND REINFORCEMENT

Please ensure that every effort has been taken to provide each of the following items, which must be set up and in full operating order, by the time the ARTIST arrives. The technicians responsible for all sound equipment must remain available on site for the duration of the event.

Engineer - Artist will provide their own FOH Engineer
The following list does not include all cables, power provisions, and set-up personnel that must be provided to make the system fully functional. Please pay special attention to each of the elements in this rider, and if you feel that your existing system will not suffice for this event, please consult a professional audio company. Keep in mind that the preceding and following are all for reference of acceptable quality type equipment for the band. Contact the Manager or Audio Engineer to discuss alternatives to the listed requirements.

House Sound Speakers

PURCHASER must supply a full professional quality stereo sound system capable of producing average of 110 dB SPL for every seat in the audience. This should consist of a typical three (3) or four (4) way speaker system with all necessary amplifiers, crossovers, and processing. There must be a 31-band graphic equalizer on the house main sends. Preferred speakers are Meyer, JBL, EAW and QSC. Subs should be sent from an Aux on a 4 way system.

Front-of-House Console

PURCHASER must supply a professional quality and fully functional console. Acceptable consoles are: Any Midas, Yamaha LS9, M7CL, Soundcraft MH Series, or better. Each input channel must be capable of 4 band sweepable equalization. If this is an outdoor performance, adequate shielding from the elements (both rain and sun) must be provided.

Front-of-House Processing

PURCHASER must supply professional quality sound effects and processing as follows
• Three (3) multiprocessing effects units, such as TC Electronic or Yamaha SPX-90 or similar. (see input list for additional details
• Eight (8) channels of fully adjustable compressor
• Four (4) channels of gate
• One (1) Stereo CD playe
• 31-band graphic equalizers for each speaker send (House Left, House Right, Monitor Mixes 1-5
• (See Stage Plot for Patching)

Monitors

Please Speak with the Manager or FOH Engineer first to talk through Monitor details
• Monitors may be mixed at FOH position
• PURCHASER please provide (5) full range floor wedges Bi-Amped preferred but active is acceptable. (50hz-19khz
• There must be a total of 5 monitor mixes, with a 31-band graphic equalizer for each mix. Please refer to the input list for specific allocation of mixes, and refer to the stage plot for specific monitor placement
• There must be a minimum of five (5) monitor wedges

 

4. LIGHTING

In most cases, the ARTIST will utilize the lighting already available within the venue. The lighting system should have the ability to provide a basic diffused white stage wash downstage with color wash upstage. The ability to re-focus the cans according to the stage plot is also necessary. PURCHASER shall provide a lighting engineer who will be available one (1) hour prior to sound check until the conclusion of the event.

 

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