Singer-songwriter Will Makar may only be a sophomore at Berklee College of Music, but his experience as a performer already extends more than a decade. Will has just released his self-titled debut album, featuring the singles "I Won't Make It Out" and "For You." Hailing from Houston, Texas, Will is now based in Boston where he is pursuing a degree in vocal performance at Berklee.
During Will's sophomore year in high school, he auditioned for American Idol’s fifth season and quickly became one of America’s favorites. Once the season began airing, Will moved on through the auditions, making it through Hollywood week and into the top 24. Will appeared in front of more than 30 million viewers on American Idol Season 5 for months. He finished as the eighth male vocalist out of tens of thousands who auditioned that season.
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Born in London, Seif was surrounded by music as a child. He grew up listening to Michael Jackson and other eighties one-hit wonders. He then moved to Paris, where he spent three years learning the language and discovering a whole new musical culture. Moving to the United States, Seif spent his high school years in Westchester County, NY, where he began writing songs and singing with various groups.
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Brother Henry, a four-piece musical entourage of three brothers and a frère non de mère ©, is a musical phenomenon hailing from Nashville, Tennessee. As touring and recording sidemen they have contributed to artists such as Ben Folds, Tim McGraw, Indigo Girls, Cowboy Junkies, Guster, Sixpence None the Richer, Steve Earle and REM.