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May 28, 2020

Time: 2:30 p.m. PST

LA Chapter Online Showcase

 Register via Zoom


Our chapter's showcase will feature these three exciting independent artists:


Anthony Fedorov


Tammy Infusino


Jake Scott


Our online showcase is free for all!   

Registration via Zoom.  

Please note that the time for this webinar is 2:30 pm PST/4:30 CST/5:30 EST


Anthony Fedorov

Tammy Infusino

Jake Scott



AIMP Panel

Place: View Map
via Zoom


Additional Speaker Information

Anthony Fedorov Born in Yalta, Crimea (former USSR), Anthony immigrated to the United States with his parents and older brother at 9-years old. Due to a birth defect in his windpipe, he underwent a tracheotomy (breathing through a tube from 4 months old to age 4) from which a scar is now visible. Doctors predicted he would never be able to speak. He went on to compete and finish as 4th place Finalist on American Idol Season Four. As a songwriter, Anthony’s song placements include Hulu’s Future Man, The Ellen Degeneres Wildlife Fund, “Tet’Emcombo” (King of Kings) co-written with producing partner and Grammy Winner Jeeve Ducornet (Todrick Hall, Bruno Mars) in the short film “The German King,” “I Begin Again” co-written with Grammy Winning songwriter Bill Grainer and recorded by Britain’s Got Talent Winner Jai McDowall (hit #1 on iTunes Music). Anthony’s latest concept album “Calling On You” (co-produced with Jeeve Ducornet) was successfully funded from an inspired 2016 Kickstarter campaign. This concept album celebrating diversity, acceptance and social justice through music, has served as the beginning ideas for a new musical experience, Hash(tag) America, a docu-musical, www.hashtagamericamusical.com.

Tammy Infusino is a singer songwriter originally hailing from New Jersey. After singing background vocals for artists such as Drake & Kanye West, Tammy headed to Los Angeles and flourished as songwriter and vocal producer. She penned a gold single for European superstar Milow, as well as dozens of songs for the KPOP market with artists such as Twice, Oh My Girl and Z-Girls. As a songwriter, Tammy frequently collaborates with Robopop, Frequency and The Eleven. After years of writing only for other artists, Tammy is working on her own album, an animated short film, and can be heard singing multiple songs, including the theme, for Disney's "The Rocketeer" animated series. Tammy's voice can be heard in a variety of animated project and memorable commercials for brands including Diet Coke, Discover, Audi, and Joe Boxer for Kmart.

Jake Scott released his first EP Of Life and Love and Longing in the fall of 2013. The EP charted in the Billboard Heatseeker charts and quickly caught the attention of industry professionals. Shortly after, he left his hometown in Arkansas to pursue a career in Los Angeles. He spent several years writing and producing songs for the likes of Jason Mraz, Aloe Blacc, Carrie Underwood and more. Scott combines the timelessness of storytelling with infectious melodic instincts. Since January 2018 the singer/songwriter has been showcasing those qualities by releasing and self-producing a new single every month. His monthly releases have resulted in a sold-out tour, 3 million monthly listeners, and a dedicated following that has been exponentially growing. Scott was featured on the first season of NBC's Songland and will continue to release a single every month for the foreseeable future.

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