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Imaginary Friends is an American band based out of Los Angeles, CA.  With a music style of their own and numerous accomplishments and accolades, the “Friends” have delighted audiences with their incredible musicianship, heartfelt lyrics and incredible that shine through on their recordings and create an interactive vibe with their live performances.  Ahead of the pack with their fusionsist style, they have roused audiences for years. The band delivers a passionate performance with enough down-home charm to please midwest fans and eclectic flair to appeal to their more cosmopolitan Angeleno audiences.



Built on an accomplished folk foundation, flavored with pop, roots rock, and world music flourishes, Imaginary Friends is a diverse and unique among today's acoustic pop groups.  Lead singers Stacy Young and Donna Rawlins create a magical vocal blend. Donna lays down rhythm while the percussionist Stacy takes the audience on a honeymoon of world-music rhythms on djembe and other drums, shakers, tricks, and toys.  Tom McCauley's precision guitar work marries Imaginary Friends' roots-rock sound to a contemporary jazzy sensibility. David James broadens the sonic range with mandolins and violins. The rhythm section is rounded out by Barrie Berg (congas and other percussion) and Mike Yorky (bass).



Stacy Robin


Stacy Robin is an accomplished singer/songwriter and percussionist from Los Angeles specializing in a unique fusion of pop, rock, folk, Americana & world music, lush vocals and intimate lyrical style.She has three solo CDs, two releases with Imaginary Friends (with the third CD in studio post-production), and one with Drawing Down The Moon. Stacy’s songs have been placed on network television shows, commercials, and used for national and international causes. Stacy was nominated for a 2013 Critics Award, four 2014 LA Music Awards including Best Female Singer/Songwriter Adult Contemporary Album of the Year, and nominated by the 2015 International Acoustic Music Awards for Song of the Year for her song “Gypsy”. Most recently, Stacy was awarded the 2016 Outstanding Songwriter, Performer and Producer award by the Producers Choice Honors and "Top 5 in 25 Years" by the LA Music Awards. Stacy’s song “Find Love” from her latest release ALL THE WAY HOME was selected to be featured as the song for the closing credits for the soon to be released film “A Million Happy Nows”. She is a long-time voting member of the Recording Academy (Grammys).

Donna Rawlins


Represented as a voice actor by William Morris Endeavor in Beverly Hills, Donna Rawlins’ prolific national commercial TV credits include being the spokesperson for United Airlines, Macy’s, May Company, Suzuki, Nationwide Insurance, Ralph’s Grocery Stores, Petsmart, St. Ives, Birdseye, Rosetta Pasta, Hillshire Farms, On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina, Renuzit Air Fresheners and Tilex Fresh Shower, in addition to AVIVA Financial, American Century Investments and the Clean Skies America campaign—just to name a few. Donna is the voice heard on numerous audio books such as Sydney Sheldon’s, Tell Me Your Dreams; Tami Hoag’s, Taken by Storm; Margaret George’s, Memoirs of Cleopatra; Laura Zigman’s, Animal Husbandry; Dana Reinhardt’s, Harmless and Jane Heller’s, Female Intelligence. Donna voiced the character, BT in the premier season of the Japanese anime, Hack//Sign, and was the the voice actor of Emma and Natasha in Geneshaft. In addition to a successful voiceover career, Donna is a singer-songwriter, whose songs have appeared in more than 10 network television shows and 5 major feature films including Mr. Woodcock, The Bold and Beautiful, The Unit, The Shield and Dawson’s Creek. She is also an active member of the Screen Actors Guild, AFTRA, and BMI.

Tom McCauley


Tom McCauley is a veteran Mixer, Recording Engineer, and Musician. His extensive credits include well over 400 Albums, CDs, and DVDs, more than 30 Stage Productions, and numerous Film and TV projects. He is an accomplished ProTools Mixer and Editor, but has not forgotten his Analog roots.

In addition to his local sessions, Tom frequently works via the Internet with clients in Europe, Latin America, and Asia, including the prestigious Java Jazz Festival, providing post-production mixes for their Concert DVD series. He is available for projects worldwide. His nearly 4 decade membership in the Recording Academy (The Grammys) was recently rewarded with a Lifetime Membership.



David James

Michael Yorky

Barrie Berg

Imaginary Friends

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