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# 76 Circe Link and Christian Nesmith

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Circe Link will entice, delight and treat you to a sound that comes from her “cosmic radio station”. A native of LA, Circe,  a self-taught fine artist, woke one morning from a dream with a song in her head. Having never written one, she penned three that day discovering a new artistic medium. 7 records and over 70 songs in her catalog, an Amoeba Records Homegrown Artist pick, the #1 spot in Jazz on Garageband.com for over two years, a Clear Channel ”Emerging Artists” pick, film and TV placements including “Blades of Glory” and “The Hills Have Eyes” and a successful tour in Japan, Circe has proven her strengths and success as one of L.A.’s most loved independent artists.

Christian Nesmith, raised in a musical family, was given the opportunity to learn and develop his playing and love for music from the moment he was able to reach the piano. An LA native, Christian’s abilities as composer, guitarist, producer, and engineer reflect his knowledge and capability to deliver quality and creativity with skill.

Christian has produced many independent artists and has placed songs in both Film and TV (Blades of Glory, The Hills Have Eyes, Lionheart) all the while playing and or composing many commercials for AOL, Budweiser, Chevron, Chevrolet, Burger King, Citibank, ESPN, Infinity, Pennzoil, Mercedes Benz, Nissan, Starbucks, SBC, and dozens of others. Christian has toured/played with artists such as Air Supply, Debbie Peterson of the Bangles, Doug Pinnick of King’s X Poundhound, Vox Lumiere a Silent Movie Rock Stage Show, and Circe Link. Christian’s theatre credits include musical director of the first ever production of HAiR in Moscow, Russia produced by Stas Namin, and the musical director of The LA Weekly’s 2007 Best Musical of the Year HAiR produced by Michael Butler, Rocky Horror and The LA Weekly’s 2008 Nominated Best Musical of the year Hedwig.