In junior-high and high-school, Curt began singing in choir and soon was in the "elite" choir group of the school. While being allowed to perform his own material on guitar. This moment in history would solidify Curt's ambition towards music in his life. From the time he was thirteen until very recently, Curt has been in a number of bands. Doing anything from playing guitar, singing lead and/or backup vocals, and filling in on bass guitar to producing, arranging, recording, mixing, and editing the music.
He has taught himself in just about every aspect of what he does. And after being screwed over (for lack of a better term) by the last few band's he was in (including each band stealing a song to which he was majority owner of the music created), Curt decided to just do everything on his own. Over the past few years he has been researching and learning composition techniques for industrial/electronica style music and continues to research beat making techniques as well as any new information he can find about the production process. Curt has a wide taste in music and does not limit himself to just one genre. However, his favorite genre's are in fact industrial and hard rock.
I believe that the wide tastes/influences in music and Curt's uncanny ability to understand and know what sounds great will continue to enable him to make amazing and unique music for many years to come! Amber Peterson is a singer/songwriter from Council Bluffs, Iowa. Amber has been interested in music since she could remember. Singing songs before she could even walk. To her, music became something more than a simple entertainment.
It was the breath of life in which kept her alive. From a very small age, she knew what she wanted to do with her life, and that was to pull people into her world through music. Since elementary school Amber has participated in choir. In middle school she was asked to audition for opus and was even part of the school’s swing choir.
In middle school, she was offered to enter a writing contest, in which she submitted a group of poetry she dubbed “Emotry: The poetry of our emotions” in which she was rewarded second place, receiving the Silver Key Award. In that same year alone, she was also offered a scholarship for summer college courses for a writing academy. All before she was even in 8th grade. By age 16 she was offered the lead vocalist spot for the band Obsidian Empire, though it never took off or went anywhere.
Since then she had slowly began to fall off of the musical radar, all until she meet Curtis Hart who offered her a spot for Regulation Nein, in which she happily agreed. “Don’t get caught up in the past failures, the future is never clear, so why do we act as if every decision we make is a bad decision? We’ll never grow without giving just a little bit of ourselves into everything we do.” Outside from singing and composing music for Regulation Nein, Amber can be found doing what she does best, either writing or listening to some of her favorite artists. She has never felt to limit herself to one set genre of music. “Every type of music offers us something.
It is their passion, their thoughts. Even those artists who truly drive me insane. I respect them all for doing what they do on a daily basis.” Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..