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Beyonce Knowles first captured the public's eye as lead vocalist of the R&B group Destiny's Child. She later established a solo career with her debut album Dangerously in Love, becoming one of music's top-selling artists with sold-out tours and a slew of awards. She married hip-hop recording artist Jay-Z in 2008. In late 2013, she surprised audiences by releasing her fifth studio album, self-titled Beyonce, and has twice performed at the Super Bowl. In April 2016, she released her sixth studio album, Lemonade, after the airing of an HBO special
After ushering in the era of pop-metal with their hit singles, "You Give Love a Bad Name," "Wanted Dead or Alive," and "Living on a Prayer," Bon Jovi wound up transcending the big-haired '80s, to one of the biggest American rock bands of their time -- selling over 120 million albums worldwide & sustaining their popularity well into the new millennium. They slowly peeled away the arena rock guitars of the '80s, occasionally scoring on the adult contemporary charts and sometimes singing country music without ever rejecting hard rock, a move that illustrated how they never abandoned their roots.
A founding member of the chart-topping contemporary jazz group Fourplay, East was 16 years old when he got his first break and found himself on the road with Barry White. The next time the phone rang, Quincy Jones was on the line. The calls kept coming and for the last forty years, East has been churning out hit songs with artists as legendary as Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Whitney Houston, BeyoncÃ©, Barbra Streisand and Stevie Wonder.
Featuring the anthemic songwriting of Ryan Tedder, OneRepublic became a regular presence on the charts of North America, Europe, and Australasia beginning with their 2007 debut. A Timbaland remix of its lead single, "Apologize," landed in the Top Three in well over dozen countries and was, at the time, the best-selling digital download in U.S. history. Although the song seemed to make them an instant success, OneRepublic had spent five years touring the musical minor leagues before its release, with Tedder splitting his time between the band's work and production gigs for other artists.
Aaron Gillespie (Underoath)
"With the fit, consistency and tonal quality, I couldn't speak higher about 64's... With these in-ears I've honestly been able to still pick apart things an hour and a half in which is something that I've never been able to do with a pair of in-ears..." - Aaron Gillespie
Alessia’s mature pen game is matched by her larger-than-life voice; she’s dazzlingly chameleon-like, boasting the kind of versatility that will make her a force. In short, Alessia has cause to be confident. But she’s still the bashful, small-town girl even in the big city. "Def Jam got what I am trying to do: I want my music to be cool and reflective of my influences –Drake, Amy Winehouse, Ed Sheeran– but still new. Def Jam gave me the opportunity to say something meaningful and positive without being preachy. I didn’t expect everything to feel so natural and organic. And I can’t believe how quickly it’s going. - Alessia Cara
"64 Audio represents everything I could ever imagine in not only an in-ear monitor but also a supportive musical family that I am proud to be a part of. My A3 are the best in-ear monitors I've ever used, they really have a clarity and fullness that allows me to hear all the highs and lows of my in-ear mix the way it should be! 64 Audio is my family and they are always available to help, recommend, and assist us on the road, no matter what! - Alex Williams
All Peoples Church
"We bought 64 Audio custom in-ears Triple Drivers as a band when we really decided to take on excellence and creativity at a new level. It was like our "crossing over" moment. And it really made it stick. The quality and the price point were unbeatable." - Stephen Gulley, Lead Vocal for All Peoples Worship
Andre is a guitarist, film composer, and multi-instrumentalist living in Nashville, TN. He currently tours 150-200 days a year both nationally and internationally with numerous respectable country/rock artists. "I'm currently using the 64 Audio A3's and I couldn't be happier with them. The clarity, the fullness, the isolation, the comfort....you can truly hear everything. I love the way they sound, look, and feel. Having my custom logo imprinted on my IEM's as well is the cherry on top!" - Andre Madatian
"After years of using in-ear monitors I've finally found my happy place with 1964. Not only do the ears sound fantastic, theyâ€™re durable. After two years of touring they still work like a charm. And let's face it: the real wood inlay makes me feel like a lumberjack. - Andrew Peterson
Ani Lorak represents Ukraine on the global music market â€“ sheâ€™s given performances on the stages of England, the USA, France, Germany, Hungary, Poland, and Turkey. And, she is not going to stop at this. Her nearest plans are to enthral the European and global audience! And with the musical material making up her repertoire this wonâ€™t be so difficult to achieve: the high-quality and stylish sound, melodies performed in the best traditions of soul, funk, and pop-rock, as well as the wonderful lyrics. And, at the same time, there is the strong and tender, enchanting and unique voice of Ani Lorak.
Antioch Community Church (Baton Rouge, LA)
I love my V6-S. I have had them for almost 4 years. The build quality is excellent and they still sound amazing. I have only had to change the cable once in those 4 years. I love the sound and I use them not just on stage but in everyday life. I am very thankful for 1964 in-ears and love telling people about them and seeing what they are doing in the greater music community all the time. Can't wait to upgrade! - Antioch Community Church
"Ever since I got the Quads, I feel like I can finally hear everything. They have the low end I was looking for, while not sacrificing clarity in the highs and mids. I recommend these IEM's for any drummer or bassist out there. These guys are the real deal." - Austin Scroggins, drummer of Lancaster