Skyla Burrell Band

Website:
https://www.skylaburrell.com/
When:
5:30-7:30pm Saturday August 5, 2017
Where:
Fanatics

Vizztone Recording Artists, the Skyla Burrell Band, are known for their passionate and high energy live shows.

The band released their debut studio CD, “Working Girl Blues” in 2004, containing 12 original songs. From that very 1st CD, Mark Tomlinson received an Honorable Mention for his track “Bad Dream” in the 14th Annual Billboard Songwriting Contest. In 2006 the band recorded and toured in Europe, and released their sophomore effort, “Livin’ Day to Day”. The band played 240 shows in 2006 and secured the #1 Top Booked Band slot on Sonicbids.

The band kept up their busy schedule (between 2006 and 2007 playing a total of 465 shows) and expanding their touring radius. In 2008 the Skyla Burrell Band released their third CD of all original material, “Tough Luck”. The band sold a track from “Tough Luck” to the producers of the CBS/CBC drama “The Bridge, which aired over the spring in Canada and was the #1 rated drama, and made its US debut in the late summer.

“Real Love” the band’s 4th studio CD was released in the early Fall of 2011 containing 14 new original tracks and saw the band touring extensively and working hard. With 2012 came more tours up and down the East Coast and recognition within the Blues Industry with an induction into the Blues Hall of Fame representing Pennsylvania.

In 2014 the band returned to the recording studio for their 5th studio CD titled “Blues Scars” and signed with the VizzTone Label Group. Blues Scars was released on October 7, 2014, to critical acclaim. As with all Skyla Burrell Band releases, ‘Blues Scars’ contains all original material written by Skyla and Mark. In September of 2014, the band signed exclusively with Road Dawg Touring Co to represent all bookings worldwide.

In 2015 and 2016 the band toured extensively the US and Canada and are currently working on a new CD in addition to touring. Look for the new CD Summer of 2017!

This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Genesee Valley Council on the Arts at the Livingston Arts Center, a member supported organization.