Epic talent

Epic Talent is one of the six record labels in Popscene.

The label is headed by Harry Spray (Brian May parody), and features parodies of music legends, including some who are already deceased in real-life. Their artists include:

Harry Spray (Brian May)

Alvin Priestley (Elvis Presley)

Dick Swagger (Mick Jagger)

Colin Phillips (Phil Collins)

Ray Orbital (Roy Orbison)

Skunk (Sting)

Martin Stephens (Steve Martin)

Damon Barry (David Bowie)

Dan Fever (Barry Gibb, Bee Gees)

Eddie McQueen (Freddie Mercury, Queen vocalist)

Gay Childs (Ray Charles)

Henry Matrix (Jimi Hendrix)

Jack Sun (Michael Jackson, adult)

Janice Sun (Janet Jackson)

Jay Bronson (James Brown)

Job Darren (Bob Dylan)

Joe Lemon (John Lennon)

Jon Benton (Elton John)

Judge Mitchell (George Michael, Wham vocalist)

Mama Pearl (Michael Jackson, teenager)

Marlina Turnon (Tina Turner)

Mona Donner (Madonna)

Pete Cartwheel (Paul McCartney)

Purple Pixie (Prince)

Rob Rasta (Bob Marley)

Rock Stalwart (Rod Stewart)

Simple Rod (Mick Hucknall, Simply Red vocalist)

Stewie Walker (Stevie Wonder)

Wilma Euston (Whitney Houston)

Woody Oliver (Buddy Holly)