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In the Ballroom

The Shadowboxers / Pluto Revolts

  • The Shadowboxers


     The Shadowboxers are an American pop band discovered by and signed to Justin Timberlake's Villa 40 artist development company. They are currently recording new music, including a new, unreleased song called “Timezone.” This is the inspiration for their upcoming dates across the country, coined The Timezone Tour.

    The Nashville Scene describes The Shadowboxers as "a harmony-driven, funk-footed quintet, which combines elements of modern pop, '70s-style AM radio folk...and classic R&B." Founding members Scott Schwartz, Matt Lipkins and Adam Hoffman, have a passion for captivating lyrics, tight harmonies and soulful vocals. Together bassist Carlos Enamorado and drummer Cole McSween, they have forged a cohesive sound based on a shared reverence for the strong, taut harmonies of Simon & Garfunkel, D'Angelo and The Beatles and the rhythmic pop funk of Prince, Michael Jackson and Earth, Wind & Fire.


    Originally gaining online buzz from their YouTube cover of Timberlake’s Pusher Love Girl, the band is quickly building a loyal fan base. Their original demos have garnered over 3.3 million streams on Spotify to date with the most current single, Build the Beat, reaching #5 on the Spotify United States Viral 50 playlist and #10 on the Spotify Global Viral 50 playlist.

  • Pluto Revolts


    Formed in 2008 by singer Benjamin James, after releasing a digital EP of self-produced and performed songs, titled "Suffer No Delusions".  This was followed by another EP in 2010 called "Collisions" and a series of singles over the past few years, while the band has expanded to include more regular players and focused more on live performance than studio work.

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"They are Music City's new, best-kept secret that's about to get out for the rest of the world to hear." - Highlight Magazine

"Their music offers a one-two punch of gorgeous harmonies and instrumentals." - The New York Times