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When you're looking for a band in the South Central Texas area, one name stands out above the rest. The Emotions!. Their reputation for excellence, professionalism and pure entertainment make them the number one choice in bands. From Austin to San Antonio to Houston and all towns around and between, the Emotions have entertained hundreds of thousands of people in the state of Texas. They hold more attendance records in the area than any other band ever and continue to set records at their show frequently.
Many entertainers have worked through and with the Emotions and it's management to gain national recognition. David Kersh and Suzanne Karr are two of the national artists who have had their beginnings with the Emotions. In 2006 Chad Hudson signed with Mercury Nashville. In 2007 Justin Spears signed a national deal in Nashville also. Two time record producer Robert Wright is also a former Emotions member. Chad Hudson's manager in Nashville, Shane Jamelka, is a former bass guitar player for the Emotions. Mark Hybner, a founding member of the Emotions, has a management company in Nashville that has guided the Careers of David Kersh, Chris Cagle, John Michael Montgomery, Ricochet and others. Tim McGraw's stage manager Joey Supak, and Bon Jovi's lighting director Greg Kocurek are production managers who launched their careers with the Emotions.
The Emotions are currently recording originals at Cedar Creek Studio in Austin. The release date for the music is May of 2007
The Emotions travel with rigs that carries a huge production including video screens, projectors, cameras, complete sound system, state-of-the-art lighting, staging and more. The Emotions production and team have also worked production for the national acts such as Brooks and Dunn, Toby Keith and Pat Green among others.
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