About CJ Bomb
CJ Bomb, austrian producer and Rag Squad Music label owner, former A&R Manager, he co-founded LXounds/LXrecords record studio and in 1999 founded Rag Squad Music, an international music label.
Some of his collaborators are Peter Rauhofer (Club 69, Kim Cooper, remixes for Depeche Mode, Madonna, Cher, Elton John), Christopher Just (Pank Anderson, Petra, Just) Shave that Pussi, Viva, MTV, Georg Luksch Produzent (Edelweiss, "How to dance" Bingoboys) Simone Produktion, Doozer 2000 etc.
Artists appearing on his label include: Orélie White, Miko, Jonny Franco (Coverversion "Helden" and "Washing of the water"), Cyrille Verdeaux, Splendid Sounds, McConnery, Rainer Theobald, Noise Attack, Norman Bass (Coverversion "Moonlight Shadow") and "2Shine" (produced from Louis Rodregez/Modern Talking), and many more.
Orélie White born in Montréal, Canada, tour currently in Europa where she met the successful producer and manager CJ BOMB, owner of the music label RAG SQUAD Music (Club 69, Kim Cooper, remixes for Depeche Mode, Madonna, Cher, Elton John). She started studying theater at high school while singing in the school choir where she became known as the little girl with the BIG VOICE. She continued pursuing her studies in theater at Marie-Victorin College and earned her degree in the same field at the Université du Québec á Montréal, all the while performing in various cover bands throughout Montréal. Orélie White, this incredibly talented young artist, never fails to enthral her audiences and next to performing, is increasingly requested as studio singer.