Trespass Music is proud to have worked with the following artists:
List of clients, past and present – click on any name to visit their official website
This page is under construction is a just a small taste of past and present radio clients.
A powerful singer and sophisticated songwriter, Susan has seen the darkness in the corners and sings about it fearlessly. Following in the footsteps of Matraca Berg, Kim Richey, Lucinda Williams and Gretchen Peters, the well-respected Boston artist combines vivid storytelling with a modern songwriter’s spin. Call it New England Americana with a twang. Respectful of tradition, but not bound by it, Susan’s rootsy vibe blends rock, folk, soul and blues with a healthy dose of country.
Grammy award-winning songwriter Jon Vezner is a tunesmith of rare sensitivity and dry wit. His catalogue of recorded songs, topped by the poignant “Where’ve You Been,” reflects his straight-to-the heart sensibility and sensitivity. Vezner weaves the particulars of his own feelings with the lives of people he has known into universal themes that deeply touch listeners’ emotions.
Folk-pop artist Sloan Wainwright belongs to a musical dynasty of impossibly gifted singer-songwriters.
Sloan’s incredible gift is not only her unique songwriting ability but her dramatically voiced rendition of her original songs. Defying standard categorization, singer/songwriter Sloan Wainwright consistently demonstrates her easy command of a variety of American musical styles — pop, folk, jazz and blues — held together by the melodious tone of her rich contralto. The end result, a unique and soulful hybrid.
Les Sampou has been in demand as a live performer for two decades, playing clubs and concert halls and such prestigious festivals as Montreal Jazz Festival, Kerrville Folk Festival (where she won the coveted New Folk Award out of 700 contestants), Philadelphia Folk Festival, and Falcon Ridge to name a few. She has given workshops at Berklee School of Music and appeared on the top syndicated radio programs such as Acoustic Cafe, World Cafe, and NPR. Sampou has released four albums: two on her own label, MoNando Music, and two on Rounder Records, all grabbing the attention of DJs and press people nationwide who gave her unanimous praise. Her second album, “Fall from Grace”, topped the Gavin Americana charts nationwide. Boston radio station WUMB awarded her “Best New Artist of the Year.”
If you happen to cling hopefully to the notion that songwriting isn’t a dying art, and that the era of prolifically creative artists like John Prine, Randy Newman and Neil Young can’t stay gone forever, NATHAN BELL might be your man. More than a pale imitation of his predecessors, Bell is a highly original voice steeped in tradition without being swallowed by it. He springs from a heritage rich in songwriting heroes but he also heralds a step forward. He demonstrates this convincingly on his latest CD, BLACK CROW BLUE.
A local of Fall River, Massachusetts and now residing in neighboring Somerset, Michael has been playing solo sets and supporting others with a varied showcase of his own work for over 20 years. However, in the past 8 years, Michael has devoted more time to his music…the results of which are collected in his debut release, “Whispers in the Wind”, his second release “Romancing the Moon”and “Mill Town Boy” Michael will tell you he has lived several lives this time around… mill worker, fisherman, laborer and carpenter…however he has always come back to his first love which is music…
Amy Black is a Boston based singer/songwriter with storytelling and Southern tradition in her blood. She burst onto the Boston scene a few short years ago and in record time, she and her band have become one of the most sought after new acts in New England, sharing the stage with Chris Isaak,The Courtyard Hounds, Rodney Crowell and Joe Ely and playing to packed houses across the region. Black also recently made her mark down south as a featured artist on the live radio show “Music City Roots” hosted by Jim Lauderdale and as a headliner at The Basement in Nashville and Eddie’s Attic in Georgia at at the Americana Music Association’s annual event.
Jacob Johnson sounds like Norman Rockwell paintings and the open road. He is a virtuoso, expressing a working comprehension of dozens of techniques and styles. He has blended and blurred the lines of genres to craft a sound he calls ‘Neo-Acoustic Folk/Funk’