Leo London

Leo London

Leo London

Drunk Playwright
Leo London

After winning a competition in June 2011 on the “Get your Dick Out of My Music” Music Competition between Elliot Crosswhite of Pump Action Glitter Gun fame, and Michelle Zauner of Post Post who competed from Coast to Coast through internet technologies to see who can come up with the greatest collection of songs, Leo went into the studio with Justin King, who is known internationally as a pioneering acoustic guitarist and singer/songwriter and who opened a full service recording facility in Brooklyn, NY called Vinegar Hill Sound.

The beauty of having a ‘hard-luck’ life is that if you’re Leo London, you write about it.  Living in North Eugene, surrounded by pianos and organs and amplifiers London says simply,  “I sing and write a lot of songs.”
London celebrates his first solo release Saturday, July 23rd at Sam Bond’s Garage, where he will showcase his indie-pop songs which combine frilly upbeat player-piano tempos with lyrics that illustrate why London won this summer’s music competition.


Nancy grew up in Eugene, graduating from Churchill before heading off to the big city of Portland, and later on to Los Angeles, CA where she pursued her interests in event coordination. After 5 years she returned to Portland where she began her career as a music journalist. After writing for local and national publications Nancy started her own music magazine, Only Local Music, highlighting and promoting local musicians.
In 2008 she was the master mind behind the online music magazine, Oregon Music News, Oregon's Only Online Music Magazine. Cultivating several alliances with organizations such as Music Millennium, The Portland Jazz Festival, the Waterfront Blues Association, The Mississippi Street Fair, and like groups, Nancy quickly grew the fresh start up from a mere idea to fruition within the scope of two years.
Concurrently she sought out and pursued business management consulting and continued her own business, Navigation Consulting. With over 20 years experience managing every kind of business imaginable Nancy has been fortunate enough to further engage her purpose of helping others to helping business owners actually grow their business.
Returning to her other passion, promoting music as well as musicians, Nancy continues to write about music and band across the state.

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