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Their debut EP “Falling Again” is a collection of well-crafted tracks that showcase Heather’s intoxicatingly rich voice and the duo’s tight vocal harmonies, as well as the duo’s powerful songwriting chemistry. The sound is powerful and often quite raw, with focus on their two voices and only sparse acoustic instrumentation. This powerful and raw sound captured the attention of legendary producer and mixer Ryan Greene during Dauzat St. Marie’s debut performance at the world-famous Hotel Cafe. Greeneassisted Mat in the production of “Falling Again” at the duo’s North Hollywood recording studio, and he would later mix the EP.
After a successful debut Hollywood show in January of 2014, Dauzat St. Marie embarked on 6 tours that took them all over the U.S. in 2014. No strangers to life on tour, their diligent road-dog touring style has fueled strong fan response and support. Their live show is intense and dynamic, and their strong messages and honesty create palpable connections to their audiences. Always perfecting and evolving their sound as they go back and forth between the road and recording, their fan-centered and do-it-yourself mentality has long been an aspect of their approach to music from the very start
Known to most as the voices and guitar of the accomplished Los Angeles rock band Hydrovibe, Mat and Heather shared their music careers’ early beginnings as an acoustic duo in their home state of Louisiana. “Mat was trying to look for players to put a band together, and I was looking for an outlet for my singing,” recalls St. Marie. “So we decided to join forces and begin writing music and performing together. All we had was an acoustic guitar at the time, so that became the foundation of our songs and sound as well as the go-to instrument when it comes to songwriting for all our endeavors.” The two performed as a duo for a short time while they focused efforts on putting together the rock outfit Hydrovibe, and much of the resulting duo song
Jo Smith, a soulful and gritty songwriter from south Georgia, makes music that is an extension of herself. A passionate storyteller, Jo remains inspired by the countless hours she spent spinning her dad’s vast collection of vinyl records as a child growing up on her family’s cattle farm.
Her new EP Introducing Jo Smith masterfully brings listeners into her world. With the help of production super-team Shane McAnally (Sam Hunt, Kacey Musgraves) and Jesse Frasure (Thomas Rhett, Meghan Trainor), Introducing Jo Smith is a modern take on an old sound, and manages to strike the elusive balance between vulnerability and empowerment. Jo Smith’s unique sound fearlessly forges together the unlikely influences of Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, James Taylor, KT Oslin and Keith Whitley. And it’s catching on.
Named a Rolling Stone One To Watch in 2017, and the first female Highway Find on Sirius XM in 2017, Jo, and her JoTown Sound as she likes to call it, is catching on. In 2018 she joins the the prestigious CMT Next Women of Country, and her single “Old School Groove” is added to the widely-followed crossover Spotify playlist Wild Country. In response to her solo acoustic show which is gathering steam in musical hotbeds like Asbury Park, NJ, Jo will also be releasing an acoustic record in 2018.