Dallas Moore is an award winning songwriter who’s 2018 album “Mr Honky Tonk” (produced by Dean Miller) spent 5 weeks in the Top 40 on both the Americana Music Association Album and Singles charts.
Dallas graced the cover of Country Music People Magazine for their June 2018 issue and “Mr Honky Tonk” finished the year high on several 2018 “Best Of” lists.
Playing a staggering 337 tour dates coast to coast in the USA in 2018, Dallas Moore isn’t slowing down at all. Charging into the new year with a new album on the way (due summer 2019 on SOL RECORDS) and a 2019 Ameripolitan Music Awards nomination in the Best Outlaw Male category, Dallas Moore plans to keep on “Raisin’ Hell and Slingin’ Gravel!
“Really funny, and just downright entertaining” is how Saving Country Music described them. Columbus Free Press called them “the musical equivalent of watching ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ – you laugh, you feel deep shame, and then you laugh again.”
The HELLROYS hit the national stage in 2018 when SiriusXM Outlaw Country radio put their hit "I Don't Do No Drugs,” into heavy rotation. The band ended 2018 with a bang as “HELLROYS Is Real” was added to Saving Country Music’s “2018 Essential Albums List.”
Rayf, SIxto, and Baby Lee (aka Blee) Hellroy are currently working on a follow-up to “HELLROYS Is Real” with producer Joe Viers and will continue to spread their Dumb Country Noise across the great divide.
Crawling out from the weed-choked lots of the once proud town, The Detroit Cobras whip out ass-shaking anthems to good times, wild times, and the high and lows of L-U-V-E; you best believe it and you best not mess with it. Singer Rachel Nagy and guitarist Mary Ramirez are the bad girls by the exit doors at the school dance, all leather and heels, sneaking smokes and passing the flask. They have no time for dewy-eyed love songs or girl group decorum; theyll take care of business themselves with a bat of the eye or an elbow to the kidney. Rachels warm as the bourbon under the seat of your car voice can boom to the back pews (Did we say "pews?" We meant "barstools") and Marys riffs let you know that love and good times can be found in the tilt of a hip or at the end of a fist.
Walking the halls of Ohio funk you’ll find it’s freshest young groove makers answering the call to form a spectacle of epic proportions. Safety Squad is an over-the-top fusion band that has been taking over stages in the Midwest, pounding out dance grooves that makes everyone and their mama’s mama get up and move. Championing a style they call "Adventure Jazz" Safety Squad is a powerhouse band you should give a funk about. Sophomore album "Into the Danger Zone!" was released in April, and the Safety Squad is adventuring out of the safe zone into the national spotlight.
MC/ Poet/ Songwriter Kuf Knotz and classically trained Harpist / Guitarist / Pianist / Vocalist Christine Elise have combined forces to create a new album. The unlikely pair connected and built the project with a similar vision, wanting to create positive, forward-thinking music driven by a strong message. Both individuals are intrinsically motivated to foster community growth through musical expression.
Kuf Knotz and Christine Elise offer motivational creative arts workshops and performances at various settings such as hospitals, schools and community centers. Their mission is to use the power of music, personal experience and empathetic relation to help individuals grow to meet their fullest potential.
Christine Elise has a strong background in music therapy having delivered music therapy services to children, adults, and seniors with developmental delays, special needs and those needing emotional support. Finding a passion for community music therapy, she has facilitated group sessions for professionals and clients in the USA, South Africa, Peru and Jamaica. She has presented at national and regional music therapy conferences, with a focus on her community music therapy work, as well as written three scholarly articles published by Music Therapy Perspectives.
Kuf Knotz is one of todays fastest emerging alternative artists which has led him to open for top acts - Ms Lauryn Hill, The Wailers, The Roots, Common, G-love, Wyclef Jean, Robert Randolph, Arrested Development, Robert Glasper, Inspectah Deck, Steel Pulse, Rising Appalachia, Zac Deputy, Josh Ritter, B.O.B, Bone Thugs & Harmony, Kabaka Pyramid, Yellowman , Soulive , Easy Star Allstars, & Bruce Springsteen.
In addition to his musical talent, Kuf has a strong passion for supporting the community by participating and facilitating fundraising events such as food drives, clothing drives, cancer benefits, and disaster reliefs. He is also a member of the WXPN program Musicians on Call, bringing live music to the bedsides of patients throughout Philadelphia.
With the new album coming out, the pair will be hitting the road this summer, available for full band or smaller acoustic duo shows.
$1 per ticket sold goes toward Conscious Alliance and their hunger relief program nationwide.
The Worn Flints are a Three-piece Rock group from Columbus, Ohio. Their music draws influences from Blues, Psychedelic Rock, and Folk, with a focus on abstract song structures and extended heavy instrumentation.