Washington DC born singer/songwriter, GUY LOCKARD juxtaposed his jazzy, soulful voice with Progressive Rock and won himself a coveted spot as a featured vocalist on the Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s 2010 Winter tour. He has since found continued success in meshing his vocal’s with music that wouldn’t traditionally be paired with his vocal style. A departure from his normal style, his self-written dance single, “Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda” (benefiting VH1’s “Save the Music” initiative) has been picked up by app juggernaut Smule, inc. and is rapidly expanding Guy’s fan base.

Singing in church as a youth, Guy later expanded his repertoire and developed his style during histime as a Jazz Vocal Performance major at Towson University. This mash-up led to Guy performing next to noted vocalists including Amanda Brown, Gloria Gaynor, Vivian Sessoms, Nick Hakim, Lexi Lawson (Rent) and others. Ever the shape shifting artist, Guy has also been featured as an actor on several episodes of Law & Order, Law & Order SVU, Gossip Girl, recently worked with Academy Award winning Director Paul Haggis in the HBO a mini-series “Show Me a Hero” and with David Schwimmer in the new series “Feed the Beast” on AMC.