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Natalie Marque


Natalie has fronted some of Indianapolis' most successful cover bands and now has created this new musical experience in GrooveSmash; a collaboration with talented musical friends and family. Natalie is rooted in rock, funk, dance and soul and is considered one of the city's finest entertainers. 


Courtney Preste


Courtney is another one of Indy's rare vocal powerhouses. From her time working with Loo Abby and The Jester Kings to her feature performances with many other top bands in town, Courtney is a celebrated talent.


Mark Pay


Mark toured nationally for 17  years in the gospel music scene playing virtually every arena in the states including Grand Ole Opry  and Radio City Music Hall, working with the likes of Sandi Patty, The Gaithers, Wayne Watson, Russ Taff, Selah Phillips, Craig and Dean and Ray Boltz. During that time, he wrote a number one song, played on a number one song, produced a top five hit and proceed hundreds of complete albums. After touring, Mark became an adjunct professor of music at Anderson University as well as a full time studio musician.


Reggie Bishop


Reggie is easily one of the most respected musicians in the Indianapolis scene. His ability to hear tunes, whether rehearsed or not is like no other. He plays regularly with the finest jazz musicians in town and is a treasured player in the region. His rich sense of harmony and unique creativity make him a much-in-demand session player and keyboardist in the city.  Also the president of Spiral Records, Reggie traveled around the world before settling back in Indianapolis for the long haul.


Chris Brown


Chris Brown has been the foundation of some of Indianapolis' most successful and recognizable bands. From his tenure in bands such as Zanna-Doo and The Flying Toasters, Chris has been a trusted and treasured player, elevating every project he takes on. 


John Marque


John spent the last 12 years working hard in the Indianapolis music scene, playing with regional party bands The Bishops, X-Ray Roger Jimmy, Dave and Rae, as well as jazz/blues artists Steve Weakley, Rob Dixon, Tad Robinson, Paul Holdman and a community of musicians that has developed him into one of the scene's most versatile players.  

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