Tue, Sep 05 7:00PM
The Atlanta Room



Artist Bios


At the young age of 22, Michigan native singer/songwriter Olivia Millerschin is already a seasoned performing artist. With a celestial voice and lyrics only an old soul can write, Olivia’s blend of vintage folk and modern pop is reaping rewards across many genres. A current winner of the Great American Song Contest, she’s also won a John Lennon Songwriting Award, was a quarter-finalist on America’s Got Talent, is featured alongside musical greats Ingrid Michaelson and Tony Bennett on the Republic Records companion album to Mitch Albom’s book, The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto, and has feature songs in national and indie movies and tv shows. Her achievements extend nationally as she was selected to perform at Milwaukee’s Summerfest, and has been a finalist in both the LA Music Critics Awards and The Detroit Music Awards.

Olivia played more than 250 shows in 2016 spanning from Los Angeles to London. A talented multi-instrumentalist, she plays the ukulele, piano and guitar in addition to singing and songwriting. Self-described as “top end of mediocre, low end of fabulous,” Olivia’s fun and vibrant personality makes her audience feel right at home. Whether performing at a local coffee shop or at Radio City Music Hall, Olivia Millerschin warms hearts and touches souls.


Alex Guthrie is an Atlanta-based soul singer, songwriter, and guitarist. His powerful, soulful voice and insightful lyrics have established him in the Southeast as a must-see artist. Combining influences from classic soul and rock, blues, and folk, Alex has a sound that bridges genres and connects, emotionally, to the music lover in everyone. After traveling much of the country in a beat-up, old camper van, playing for and with all that he met along the way, he’s found his calling in life: bringing people together with open arms, a smile, and a song.


Traveling the world at a young age, Eli was unaware that all he saw would lead him to seeing his dreams coming true. The talented musician and singer isn't afraid to use lyrics and beats to display raw emotions. One fond childhood memory that stuck with him was going to the Jason Mraz concert with his mom, where Christina Perry opened. The excitement, anxiousness of the crowd, and pure joy that the artists invoked, moved him. He knew then, that someday he would recreate that moment. 
With supportive parents by his side, he never had to limit his passions. Eli has used that to add fuel to his drive and ambition. His grandfather told him to put his best in everything he does, and this happened to be the day before he passed away unexpectedly.  
Eli made sure to never forget what he was told, and he has never stopped giving life and music his all. 
"I want my music to affect people. I want it to make them happy and energetic, not sad, because I feel music should uplift," states the singer. The wisdom and insight, even at a young age, coupled with talent and a dream; has set Eli up for success. The stars are now aligned, and he's the brightest one.