Eden feels compelled to be a voice to the voiceless. To bring justice to those who feel forgotten and misunderstood, and because of her desire to help, she’s decided to commit her talent for the greater good of giving back. Her new direction landed her an opportunity with a national level organization called, Harvesting Happiness for Heroes. Her new song “InBetween,” coming soon to iTunes was written specifically for Wounded Warriors and Veterans across the world. It is a song of hope, direction and change. A voice for all those who may feel the loss of innocence and dignity.
Terence Davis, President and Founder of Great Music, began as a musician in many bands. He graduated from University Of Wisconsin (Oshkosh) and Marquette University as well as The New York Institute of Finance and was trained as a NYSE Stockbroker.
He has sold more songs than most major recording artists! Terence started Great Music in 1998 as a supplier of audio for the toy industry. He then expanded his enterprise to include songs, jingles & sound design for Radio, TV, theater & Film.
He serves on the Board of Directors for the Malibu Symphony Association, Pepperdine University Crest Associates, Malibu Stage Company, and he is the founder of the Malibu Music Festival and the Malibu Music Awards. Terence Davis is currently involved in a number of live event, motion picture and internet projects.
Hannah Mulholland is a 20-year-old singer/songwriter from Malibu, California. At a young age, Hannah knew that she loved music and performing, and began to play piano at 5 years old. She was very inspired by artists like Faith Hill growing up, which pushed her to write music of her own, in hopes that one day Faith Hill’s songwriters would write for her. As time went on, songwriting became her passion, and at the age of 12 decided to teach herself how to play guitar. Since then, she has been writing and performing as much as possible, and has been lucky enough to play in venues such as The Cabana Club, and The Whisky A’Go Go, among many others. Hannah also participated in the 2011 season of American Idol, where she made it to the top 100. She has also performed for countless fundraisers and events around the city of Malibu. This past year, she was asked to perform at the Miss Malibu Beauty Pageant, and was selected as the “Upcoming Female Vocalist Of Malibu” at the 2011 Malibu Music Awards. She is currently in the process of making her debut album.
His win on Oprah’s contest (which included live performances on three shows) was the culmination of a life-long journey to share his musical artistry with the world. It all began when Abraham won the ACT-SO talent contest at age 13 with his version of Oleta Adam’s “Get Here” – the same song that won him Oprah’s first prize years later.