Daniel “Danny Gold” Goldstone has been a recording artist since 1966. Since that time he has fronted several singing groups, including Peace, Justice, & Equality; The Deceptions; Royalty; Danny Gold & Co., and other groups. His records, including, "Of All the Hearts," are sold all over the planet and are collector’s items in Japan, Italy, France, England, and other countries around the world. He has been a drummer, a performing singer, a songwriter, a producer, a manager and more.
Goldstone has written and produced for a number of artists.
Goldstone has also launched 4 record labels:
Stone Gold Records
TSOV (The Sounds of Virginia)
8th Ave Records
Daniel has also owned and operated several record stores under the banner of “Rings and Things,” had a One-Stop, and been an independent record promoter for some of the biggest names and hottest acts in the country. He was mentored in the music business by two of the greatest record promoters to ever live, Joe Medlin, and Leroy Little, Sr. If you didn't know "Danny," you weren't in the music business.
Currently this versatile entrepreneur is involved in real estate, coordinates a web based store, is operating a record label and developing new talent.
Wooten and his brothers Regi, Rudy, Roy, and Joseph, had a band known
as The Wooten Brothers since Victor was 5. The brothers attended
Denbigh High School in Newport News, VA. They were a phenomenal band
which toured locally and nationally, working with artists such as
Curtis Mayfield and acts like War.
is often cited as one of, if not the, best bass player in the world.
Bass Player magazine awarded him the title, 3 years in a row. Wooten
won two Nashville Music Awards for Bassist Of The Year. He has
recorded and performed with a wide variety of artists like Branford
Marsalis, Mike Stern, Bruce Hornsby, Chick Corea, Dave Matthews,
Prince, Gov’t Mule, Susan Tedeschi, Vital Tech Tones (with Scott
Henderson and Steve Smith), the Jaco Pastorius Word Of Mouth Big Band,
and the soundtrack of the Disney film Country Bears.
He is also known for his role as a founding member of Bela Fleck & The Flecktones.
utilizes one of the most unique and complex approaches ever devised in
the electric bass guitar's short history. He visualizes his thumb as a
pick and through a series of rapid-fire up-and-down strokes, uses it to
punch out some of the most intricate and eloquent sounds ever heard
from the instrument. By comparison, most bassists only hit strings on
the downstroke. Wooten's technique enables him to perform solo on his
bass exactly the same way a guitarist would—with all of the same
flexibility, subtlety, warmth and lyricism.”
In 2008, Wooten joined other bass legends, Stanley Clarke and Marcus Miller, to form SMV.
General Jo has been involved with various aspects of the music
business since 1978. He has been a bodyguard, DJ, writer, producer,
performer, manager, consultant and more. In 1984, he started Dangerous
Jams Records with Larry Bolin of DJ’s Records & Tapes. There he
wrote and produce a number of songs for various groups such as
Virginia’s Precious Metal featuring Lina Brown, Tripple B Co., plus his
own group, General Jo & the Intergalactic Empire.
A pioneer in Electro music, his records are treasured collectors
items in Europe and the United States with vinyl collectors and club
DJ’s. The ballad, “Never Fall In Love Again,” was a regional hit and
was on radio station, WRAP’s, Top 6 at 6, for 6 weeks straight. 20
years after it was released, “The Base Rock,” was a hit in German dance
He is currently writing and producing for Stone Gold Records.
When Connell Moss left Norfolk for Hollywood, he only had 300 bucks and a dream. This Indian River High School graduate had attended Norfolk State on an opera scholarship, but R&B was in his past, present, and future. He was a popular performer with many local groups, in California however, he was alone.
His gift for singing soon got him a series of record deals, including one with the legendary Dick Griffey at SOLAR Records. Moss’ talents had him in high demand as a first call vocalist in Los Angeles studios. He was the featured vocalist on the Jazz group, Kilauea, “Spring Break” CD. He performed the theme song “Because I Love Her,“ for the movie, “Swan Princess III,“ and has added his vocal talents to a number of other recordings and performances.
Connell Moss was also signed to Windswept publishing as a songwriter, and has written songs recorded by groups like The Whispers and Lighter Shade of Brown. Connell got to work with a number of legendary songwriters, including the recently departed, Ron Miller, who wrote award winning classics such as, "For Once In My Life," and "If I Could." The Whispers, "Christmas Moments," CD also features songs written by Connell.
Moss currently owns and operates a successful restaurant in North Hollywood, Miss Peaches, featuring Southern Cuisine, which caters movies, TV shows, and other events. He is known to his many celebrity clientele as “The Singing Chef,” and he still performs. Connell's brother, Ron, a director, part time actor, and former stuntman is formulating a TV show for the Food Network, based on Connell Moss as a singing chef.
Connell Moss singing "Because I Love Her," Swan Princess III theme.
Lenis Guess was one of the pioneers in the Norfolk recording scene. This self-taught vocalist and musician was cranking out records from his 35th Street studio in Norfolk for many artists, including his own and himself. This, producer, singer, musician, performer was at the forefront of the Norfolk sound.
With songs like, “I was Born to Be A Drummer,“ his Funk band, The 35th Street Gang, were mainstays of the 70s in and around the Hampton Roads area. Lenis himself had hits like, “I Keep Coming Back for More,” and “Working for My Baby.”
Lenis live in Europe,
Guess moved to the heart of New York and opened "Lenis Guess Productions” located in Manhattan, 612 8th Ave. There he got busy writing, recording, producing, and performing R&B, Gospel music, plays, TV shows, while also directing and starring in movies for video/DVD. He has adoring fans who seek him out, even from across the ocean in the United Kingdom.