Erica Sunshine Lee

Country Music Singer/Songwriter and Nashville Recording Artist Erica Sunshine Lee has earned the reputation of "Hardest Working Woman in Country Music” due to her uncompromising work ethic, established during her up-bringing in northeast Georgia. Musically, Erica’s new album “Buried Treasure” is reminiscent of a female Jimmy Buffett that sweeps you away with a feel-good pop-country vibe and will have you singing along, wishing you were sipping a mojito in paradise.  With her captivating songs and a truly engaging personality, Erica travels the world, gaining new fans in every city, state and country she plays in. 


One night Johnny went to the neighborhood Hooters.  That night there was a Jimmy Buffett party.  Johnny tapped his foot to that "Margaritaville" song and ate his Chicken Wings.

Days later, while listening to the Jonathan Brandmier Radio Showgram, he heard this song "Fruitcakes."  He fell in love with the song.  Only to find out that it was Jimmy Buffett.  What else was there to do?  Johnny needed the music to start him on his path to the beach.

Johnny went out and bought the whole Jimmy Buffett collection.  His collection has been growing ever since.

After the downfall of Hair Bands Johnny followed his calling.  He embraced the beach bum lifestyle.  He started traveling to Florida, New Orleans, and the Caribbean.  His song writing went from Rock n Roll to Riddim' n Roll.  Soon after, he traded in the leather pants for a Hawaiian shirt.  After the Hawaiian shirt got on his skin there was no turning back.  With Caribbean music in the stereo and a margarita in one hand, Johnny is a full fledged Rock n Roll Refugee. 

Mike Archer

From the Midwest to the South and performing on cruise lines to the Caribbean, Bahamas, Mexico and the Panama Canal, singer and musician Mike Archer has entertained audiences and crowds of all ages and  nationalities.  He always captures an audience whether playing solo, as a duo, or with a band.  His vast knowledge of music genres and music history always amaze people.

He was inspired by music he grew up listening to both country and rock.  Artists such as John Mellencamp, Jimmy Buffett, Jim Croce and Bruce Springsteen are just a few.

In 2009 Mike recorded and released his first CD The Next Best Thing, his second CD released in 2014, Shoulda Coulda Woulda.  His latest release was a single of the cover song Rhinestone Cowboy in 2016. He also recorded two music videos, one for each of his CD’s.

Mike’s music talents landed him jobs with Carnival and Disney Cruise Lines.  He has had the privilege to open for such artists as George Straight, Joe Diffie, Billy Joe Royal, B.J. Thomas, Reba McEntire, Lee Ann Womack, Daryle Singletary and most recently Martina McBride and Nadirah Shakoor.

In the years to come, Mike wants to continue his success and expand his musical talents and share them at venues and concerts everywhere entertaining people.


Recipe for Phun:

Mix equal parts Reggae, Brazilian, Soca, Latin and Calypso

Fill blender with Rock

Add cool and refreshing Originals to taste

Blend on high

Garnish with a feeling of the islands

Drink concoction until wasted away in Margaritaville!

Hello Gorgeous and
Blue Star Mothers of SW Michigan

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