GYPSY & ME
Gypsy & Me is comprised of Carolina-based duo, Mike Moore & Kyzandrha Zarate. Together, they bring us original Americana | Folk | Country | Acoustic music. They pride themselves on singing of life, love and their experiences while traveling the world. On January 26, 2018, they released their debut album, Road Sweet Home. Their Sophomore EP, Delivered, was released September 1, 2018 third album, Get Busy Livin' was released December 6, 2019, and most recent album, Pandemic, was released October 23, 2020.
With thoughtful lyrics and melodic harmonies, they continue to touch the hearts of audiences everywhere.
Ricky Gunter grew up in a small town with a population of about 4,000 people. He has lived each and every day chasing his dream of performing music. His mother was his biggest influence and taught him how to harmonize by singing all day long during his childhood. His dad, forever a good ole country boy, was also instrumental in steering Ricky into the country music scene.
"Small town. When I say small town, I literally mean the smallest town in the world, but I have never seen so many people show up and push me everyday as much as my hometown of Marshall, North Carolina."
Karen Hammack is an in-demand keyboardist, composer, arranger, and songwriter born and raised in Los Angeles. Her credits include performing, touring and recording with artists such as Dee Dee Bridgewater, Carmen Bradford, Tierney Sutton, Julie Kelly, Perla Batalla, Niki Harris, Michael McDonald, Diane Schur, John Clayton, Melissa Manchester, Kate McGarry and many other great artists. She is also involved in music education through the musician's Institute of Los Angeles.
Karen is an accomplished composer. She wrote an original piece of piano music for John Lacy’s film, and she appropriately titled it “Rosebud Lane.”
Joe Bayer was born in Ottawa, Illinois. He began his musical journey at an early age. Joe played throughout the Midwest and made the move to Los Angeles, California where he and his hard rock act Devastation Run landed a record deal with Ironworks records. Joe performed all over the West coast, but his West coast career was cut short when family matters brought him to New York.
Joe had a brief stint as a guitarist in another project before stepping into the spotlight of his own band. He has since has had national and international radio airplay. Joe has also chalked up a couple of Indie Radio awards and performed at award shows in Nashville and Nevada.