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For almost two decades, the Hackensaw Boys have plowed the asphalt bringing their raw, gritty American vernacular sounds to the music halls and streets across the world. Twenty years later, the group continues their burning hot vision of American roots music into a new age, fueled as much by a rowdy punk spirit as by the traditional masters that first inspired them.
The music began in 1999 when four friends from Virginia’s beautiful Shenandoah Valley found their collective ways to the roots music hub of Charlottesville. They didn’t waste time getting going, playing a show on the street the day of their first practice. The group let the good times roll and started adding like-minded people until their ranks reached twelve players for their first US tour. As with the folk and punk traditions which form the foundation of their sound, they’ve always operated more as a collective than a band. Helmed by founding member David Sickmen, the Hackensaw Boys have always had more in common with bands like The Clash, who celebrated the working class roots of their own music, than they did with an overly-polished Nashville mainstream sound.
Throughout the 20 years of the bands existence Hackensaw Boys have had the pleasure of sharing the stage with many amazing and diverse artists, such as the Avett Brothers, Old Crow Medicine Show, Trampled by Turtles, Rambling Jack Elliot, Cake, Cheap Trick, De La Soul, and many more. Once, they even served as legendary country singer Charlie Louvin’s backing band for a tour. The band’s most recent recording, Charismo (2016), was produced by Grammy award-winning producer Larry Campbell (Bob Dylan, Levon Helm, B.B King) in upstate New York. Thankfully, there’s no sign of the band slowing down anytime soon. Currently, the band has brand new studio material in the works and many shows lined up in Europe and the U.S.
The coming year, 2019, is shaping up to be a fine year indeed and whether listening to one of their studio recordings or witnessing a live performance, one thing is guaranteed: a first-rate time will be had by all
After nearly a decade of entertaining crowds all over the West with their award winning original songs, rock group The Scones – Rick Stockton, Helen Highwater and Harry Knipe – have evolved into a very tight and professional unit. Incorporating big vocals, guitar gymnastics, banjo, bass, percussion, and drums, the band produces the infectious grooves and lush, tight harmonies that the Scones are known for.
The Scones have shared the stage individually or collectively with such names as Joe Cocker, Lyle Lovett, John Cowen, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Robert Earl Keen, The Country Gazette, John Lee Hooker Jr., Otis Taylor, 3 Twins, Chuck Pyle, Brewer and Shipley, and many more, – and they have just recruited renowned keyboardist, singer and songwriter Tim Veazey (http://timveazey.com). Tim has performed for everyone from the late Princess Margaret to Ted Turner and with everyone from Pete Fountain to Dickey Betts of The Allman Brothers. He has toured internationally, playing piano & keyboards and singing backup vocals for such stars as Crystal Gayle, Rita Coolidge, Doug Stone, Earl Thomas Conley, Billy Joe Royal and Sonny Turner (of The Platters). The Scones are seasoned pros who provide a high energy, entertaining experience that you will not want to miss!
Outside of performing, recording, and songwriting The Scones have written the music for a successful musical play that has been presented to sold out venues, and are founders of the Mountain Harvest Festival, which received the Governor’s Award for Best Small Town Festival in Colorado.
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Christie Huff is a country singer songwriter who brings a pop touch to her soulful sound. She’s an LA girl now, but she attributes her country background to growing up in Arizona. Trips to Nashville several times a year to cowrite with other country songwriters keep her ties to country strong. She recorded 2 CDs in Nashville, and is now working on a new EP in LA that’s being produced by Avi Kaplan, formerly of Pentatonix. Starting out as a solo acoustic performer, Christie is well-known in LA and Orange County, and she now performs her original songs both acoustically and with her band at venues including Hotel Café and The Viper Room in LA. She recently opened for Chris Bandi at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Toby Keith at Coastal Country Jam in Huntington Beach California, Bebe Rexha at Phoenix Pride, Ashley Monroe at The Hotel Cafe, just got off a month long tour of 17 shows on her way to play at CountryFest in Wisconsin to open up for Jason Aldean, and opened up for yet another country superstar, Billy Currington, at the Boots In The Park Festival in Norco and Fresno California. Christie recently released her single “The Way You Move”, which has been described as a “combination of the current pulse of Nashville with elements of hip hop, pop, and a sultry melody.” It was also a Top 10 finisher in Popstar Magazine’s Rising Stars Top 40. She released her second single, “Dream Catcher”, from her upcoming EP, produced by Avi Kaplan, last February. You can also find her on youTube, where she has several music videos including the award-winning “Soldier Song”, as well as an increasingly popular series called Christie’s Couch Sessions. Each week, she collaborates with another artist from the LA or Nashville scene on an original song, cover, or mashup. Christie is excited for 2019, she plans she plans to release a new single every 2 months. Her first single of 2019, “Urban Love” was released January 25th and made the New Music Nashville Spotify Playlist for 4 weeks in a row and is currently on the Wild Country Spotify Playlist. “Urban Love” received over 50,000 streams on Spotify after just being released for one month. Look out for more music by Christie released this year!
“Some people are impressionists. These guys leave an impression”. Says Bill Miller, owner of Johnny Cash.com about Cash’d Out (Douglas Benson vocals, George Bernardo drums, John Heussenstamm guitar, Nate Lefranchi bass), a San Diego based band that channels Johnny Cash in about as close a manner to the real thing as it gets.
After thirteen years, traveling hundreds of thousands of miles on the road and winning over as many fans, fans who still continually tell the group how grateful they are that Cash’d Out so rightously carries the torch of the Johnny Cash Show.
Besides music critics anointing Cash’d Out as "the next best thing to Johnny Cash”, their highlights have been many:
W.S. Holland, Johnny Cash’s longtime drummer, has sat in with Cash’d Out; front man, Douglas Benson, has played Johnny’s cherry sunburst Guild guitar (courtesy of Mr. Miller); “Cindy Cash came to a show and was moved to give me a glass locket that was her father’s,” explains Benson; Longtime Johnny Cash manager Lou Robin has also been to several Cash’d Out shows and claimed that if he closed his eyes it was as if “going back in time.”; And most recently, an unforgettable evening performing the music of Johnny Cash with the San Diego Symphony as a special event for their Summer Pops Series.
The band’s live shows respectfully reference the late, great Man in Black's Sun Records and early Columbia era sound, combined with the energy of the classic multi-platinum live recordings from Folsom Prison and San Quentin. The group's genuine love (and authentic recreation) of Johnny Cash’s music and its universal appeal fans of all ages and of virtually all musical genres makes each Cash’d Out show a must-see event.
Or as Bill Miller says, “Some people are impressionists. These guys leave an impression.”
Opposite south sides converge in this unlikely crew created by South GA raised, Blake English, and Los Angeles native, Tori Lund. The two met in 2014 singing and playing in a LA church and bonded over a shared a love of country music. They began writing with intentions to shop songs to other artists, but after a couple years putting together a catalog, they decided to wrangle up some local musicians and form a band.
Tori is a classically trained singer and misplaced old fashioned country girl. She grew up playing her family’s piano and quickly picked up the guitar. Her love of singing led her to complete a Masters of Music degree, but after graduating she realized her heart wasn’t in opera. Resigning to teach piano and voice, she sidelined her dream of performing, until she met Blake who encouraged her to write. As an avid reader, songwriting came instinctively and she now pens the majority of FMS’ lyrics while budding catchy melodies with Blake.
Blake comes from a family of guitar players and songwriters and was raised on rock, country and rhythm & blues. As a multi-instrumentalist with a keen ear he moved to LA in 2000 and signed his first publishing deal. He has since worked in his studio as a writer, producer and engineer all over the genre board. Some of his credits include Toni Braxton, George Benson and a Grammy nominated album by Brandy. Burnt out by the publishing rat race and looking for a change, he was eager to return home to his country roots and play live music.
Few Miles South does it all in house, writing, record and producing songs, which offer both old school nostalgia and a refreshing detour from today’s predictable pop country. Their first single and music video “On Down the Road,” stayed on the Independent UK HOTDISC charts for over 10 weeks and was awarded the “Best International Music Video in 2017.”
Ready to give it a real shot, Blake and Tori quit their day jobs, packed up their dog, Jojo (RIP), and moved south to be nearer the country music scene. In February 2018, they released a 5 track debut EP, Might Could, featuring their friend and renowned pedal steel guitarist Bob “Boo” Bernstein (Tanya Tucker, Emmylou Harris, Dwight Yoakum). A year later, they released their first full-length album, Californ I Aint. Blues and southern rock influences can be heard throughout their songs as well as nods to icons like Hank Williams and The Band.
Though new to the country scene, Tori, “meant to sing Country music,” and Blake, with his “stunning guitar work,” (Sleeping Bag Studios) have been warmly received by fans and critics. So, “if you’re ready to saddle up and enjoy the Golden Age of Country again, then grab the reins and ride along with Few Miles South.” (Skope Magazine). You can find FMS performing throughout the U.S., or in a van camping out with their dogs.
THE DIRTY DOZEN BRASS BAND
Celebrating over 40 years since their founding in 1977, New Orleans-based Dirty Dozen Brass Band has taken the traditional foundation of brass band music and incorporated it into a blend of genres including Bebop Jazz, Funk and R&B/Soul. This unique sound, described by the band as a ‘musical gumbo,’ has allowed the Dirty Dozen to tour across 5 continents and more than 30 countries, record 12 studio albums and collaborate with a range of artists from Modest Mouse to Widespread Panic to Norah Jones. Forty-plus years later, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band is a world famous music machine whose name is synonymous with genre-bending romps and high-octane performances.
Roger Lewis - Baritone Sax/Vocals
Kevin Harris - Tenor Sax/Vocals
Gregory Davis - Trumpet/Vocals
Kirk Joseph - Sousaphone
TJ Norris - Trombone
Julian Addison - Drums/Vocals
Takeshi Shimmura - Guitar
THE HISTORY OF THE DIRTY DOZEN BRASS BAND
In 1977, The Dirty Dozen Social and Pleasure Club in New Orleans began showcasing a traditional Crescent City brass band. It was a joining of two proud, but antiquated, traditions at the time: social and pleasure clubs dated back over a century to a time when black southerners could rarely afford life insurance, and the clubs would provide proper funeral arrangements. Brass bands, early predecessors of jazz as we know it, would often follow the funeral procession playing somber dirges, then once the family of the deceased was out of earshot, burst into jubilant dance tunes as casual onlookers danced in the streets. By the late '70s, few of either existed. The Dirty Dozen Social and Pleasure Club decided to assemble this group as a house band, and over the course of these early gigs, the seven-member ensemble adopted the venue's name: The Dirty Dozen Brass Band.
Coffey grew up in the small town of Bangs, Texas. His father worked at the local jail and his mother was a junior high English teacher. He attended a small town college and borrowed a guitar from a then girlfriend’s dad. Learning chords in his dorm room and singing would attract his fellow college students to come and listen. After singing in a local opening slot for a band that came to town, Coffey had a small buzz. He never looked back! After record labels, felt like Coffey wasn't ready to be signed, Coffey created YouTube.com/CoffeySouthernMan and started his OWN career. Coffey used his music, comedy, and his personality to get his Youtube channel to over 100,000 subscribers. He then started producing his own albums, booking his own shows, and editing his videos in his garage. With Youtube and Facebook combined, Coffey Anderson has over 500,000,000 VIEWS. Coffey, Southern Man, standing at 6’5, currently, Coffey has sold over 500,000 iTunes downloads (without a record label), has over 107,000 YouTube subscribers, over 520,000 Facebook likes, over 31,000 Twitter followers and over 57,000 Instagram followers! ALL FROM THE GARAGE! Coffey is constantly touring on stage, performing at big concerts like Rodeo Houston, meeting the President at the White House, singing live on the Snoop & Martha cooking show, but still doing county fairs, private events, festivals, and faith-based shows. He is also a national commercial actor with the likes of Disney, Taco Bell, and Blue Cross Blue Shield. His last full length release, Cowboy Style, debuted at #2 on iTunes Country charts. He beat out the likes of Chris Stapleton and Kane Brown. It also debuted #16 on the Billboard music charts. He beat out the likes of Justin Timberlake and Ariana Grande.
Coffey has performed on Fox and Friends, Glenn Beck’s The Blaze, CMT, BET, TBN, NBC, and countless stages making people laugh with jokes, and dance with his golden voice. Since his stint on NBC’s Nashville Star, Coffey typically performs 2-3 shows per week. From small stadiums to rodeos, coffee houses to bars and taverns, weddings and private events. Coffey has found his niche in a variety of atmospheres across the world. A fan favorite night in – night out, Coffey appeals to all markets with his down-to-earth charisma, southern charm, and comedic personality.
Coffey has partnered with great charity organizations like: Keegans Promise, the Military Warriors Support Foundation based in San Antonio, Texas in order to help raise funds to award mortgage free homes to wounded war heroes. He has also partnered with Leer Vineyards out of Byron, California to become the face of Heroic Red Wine, which is a red wine that gives a portion of every bottle sold to the MWSF to support the awarding of these mortgage free homes. Coffey’s life-size stand up figure can now be found in Wal-Mart Supercenter’s across the country, alongside the Heroic Red wine. This star is rising
Southern California native, Chase Miller, started his country music career in 2015 when he released a self-recorded EP. With intentions of cautiously dipping his toe into the country music scene, he found himself diving head first into something that soon became his biggest passion. Shortly after taking the plunge, Chase received his first publishing deal, from a Nashville based company, and began packing venues as he started performing live. Since then, his pop rock roots blended with a traditional country sound have led him to gain a dedicated fan base that is growing rapidly on a daily basis.
He has had the opportunity to play events and/or share the stage with national touring acts such as Chase Rice, Justin Moore, John Anderson and many more. In addition, some of the biggest companies in the music business are now backing his music career. Chase has come a long way and has only just begun to make his footprint in country music.
Who's Bad is proud to be known as the Ultimate Michael Jackson Experience. As the world's longest running tribute to Michael Jackson and the only one to predate his passing, Who's Bad has stood the test of time for the last 14 years. Watch and see why fans agree we are the number one tribute to the King of Pop.
Line ‘em up, shoot ‘em down. There’s a party going on in Jägertown” - are the opening lyrics of “Jägertown,” self-titled first album and the title track released over thirteen years ago. This lyric has become synonymous with the band as their popularity grew. Described as a mix of Lynyrd Skynyrd and Alabama, Jägertown energizes crowds with their fresh, rockn' country sound at festivals across the country.
2019 marks the bands thirteenth year and will see the release of two albums, "Lucky 13" a collection of hits from their first thirteen years and "Blacktop" a studio album created with Grammy award winning producer Matt McClure in Nashville.
A Michigan native who grew up listening to country and R&B music, Josh Gracin catapulted to fame after auditioning for the second season of the hit television series American Idol. Josh, who was serving in the United States Marine Corps at the time, quickly became a fan favorite and won the hearts of viewers with his strong fourth place finish on Idol.
Following his appearance on the series and the completion of his military service (he was honorably discharged in 2004), Josh released his self-titled debut album that summer. Three Top Five singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart later, the Recording Industry Association of America certified the album gold. “Gracin Nation” was wanting more, and Josh delivered in the form of his sophomore album, We Weren’t Crazy, which was released in 2008. The album produced five more chart singles, including a top ten in its title track. Redemption, Josh’s third album, was released in 2011 and showcased his growth as a writer, artist and producer with the hit single “Long Way to Go” making its way up the adult contemporary charts.
Now, intermission is officially over. The Josh Gracin Drink It Gone Tour is rolling through the country playing sold out shows to fans from the East Coast to Down South. And when he’s not on stage, Josh is in studio — writing and recording the next generation of country music hits for his upcoming album. Dust off your boots. Get ready. Josh Gracin is back.
Josh Ward Biography
“All grit and no quit.” These are the deeply rooted words that Josh Ward lives by to an absolute fault.
An anchored mindset that has led this Texas country music rising star from a drifter’s adolescence to the jeopardous game of the rodeo circuit to the punishing toil of the Texas oil fields, and on into the fickle arms of the music business. Some might argue whether it is having nine consecutive #1 hit singles in Texas under his belt that has garnered him staying power, or that he is killing it in the social media world with over 2 million views on YouTube and over 3 million streams globally on Spotify. Maybe it’s his 3 venerated album releases, or maybe because he can not only bat a full house on a 200 plus dates a year touring average, but also rope in crowds on a first time performance in an unfamiliar town. While impressive, all those distinctions can come and go in the world of music. The reason for his staying power turns out to be quite a simple one. And that is because Josh Ward is country music blood to bone, and both Josh Ward and country music are simply not going to go away.
Hailing from the Western Slope of Colorado, Union of None brings high-energy covers of well known songs from the 80’s to the 2000’s to audiences all over Colorado. Wide-ranging vocals and harmonies paired with searing guitar leads and a solid rhythm section have made Union Of None one of the top bands in their home market. From nightclubs and bars to local events and regional festivals, Union Of None is always a crowd-pleaser and leaves them wanting more.
The band that ultimately became Union Of None was started about five years ago by drummer Jeff Steele and several friends. Originally called Bicycle Annie, the band slowly gained a following playing local clubs and events and eventually began branching out, playing higher profile shows in outlying areas like Snowmass, Ouray and Carbondale. Though there were changes in band membership, their success continued offering more and better shows. The band has become a staple of local festivals and events.
In late 2017 the band was forced to make some fundamental lineup changes. As a result, it was agreed that this was the time to change the name of the band and Union Of None was born. While sticking to the fundamentals that made the band so popular to begin with, Union Of None will continue to deliver the same great, high-energy covers fans have come to expect but also begin pursuing original music that will allow the expression of the immense creativity and spirit each member of this band embodies.
A heavily jam oriented group with music consisting of hip hop, reggae, R&B, blues, and funk.
Wave 11 has shared the stage with artists such as: The Wailers, Common Kings, Anuhea, Passafire, Pacific Dub, Mighty Mystic, and many more.
With ties to northern CA Charles "Chuck Jay" Walker is a witty & on his toes singer/mc that delivers everything from beautiful looping harmonies to insanely skillful freestyle flows. Not only can he tear up the mic, this man also MURDERS the rhythm/percussion section, you've never heard a groovier cajon player.
Hailing from southern CA is Zack Couron, a guitar player that can shred just about anything with strings on it. Known for his notorious looping abilities that lead up to insanely funky guitar & bass solos that are filled with haste and technicality. Also on the list for Zack is his warm raspy voice that pairs perfect with the blues.
Straight from the western slope of the Colorado Rocky Mountains is Derek Suiter, a man on top of his game when it comes to the drum kit. With years of experience, Derek mixes together technical chops and an insanely groovy rhythm to keep your feet from staying planted on the ground.
These three join forces to deliver an incredibly energetic and melodious project that gets a crowd moving. Be warned now, if you enter the "Wave 11 Zone" you will not be able to resist the urge to get your groove on.
he Tyler Walker Band continues to build its reputation as one of the most sought-after country bands in the region, headlining clubs, events and festivals all over the front range.
Winners of the 2018 “Band of the Year” by the Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame and five-time Rocky Mountain Country Music Award Nominees, The Tyler Walker Band has opened for country music stars such as Big & Rich, Travis Tritt, Midland, Carly Pearce, Kane Brown, Clay Walker, Eric Paslay, Sawyer Brown and rock legends Foreigner.
The group has been hired by promoters such as AEG Live and Live Nation to play at venues like Isleta Amphitheater in Albuquerque, The Fillmore in Denver, and Red Rocks Amphitheatre to perform at concerts featuring Florida Georgia Line, Thomas Rhett, Frankie Ballard, Rascal Flatts and Jason Aldean.
In April 2018, the band released “The Rivergate Sessions EP”, recorded in Nashville with producer Chris Henderson of the hit rock band 3 Doors Down.
The band continues to headline clubs, fairs, festivals and high-profile events such as "A Taste of Colorado", The Greeley Stampede,Cheyenne Frontier Days, The Colorado State Fair and many others.
The Tyler Walker Band features Nashville recording artists, singer/songwriter Tyler Walker on lead vocals, Brian Sunde and Paul Trinidad on guitars/background vocals, Joe Marone on bass and Ryan Kimray on drums.
Wicked Tinkers – Cask Strength Tribal Celtic Music!
Prepare yourself for a wild ride with WICKED TINKERS! Pioneers of the growing Tribal Celtic movement, the Tinkers have been playing haunting, heart-pounding bagpipes and irresistible tribal drums as a professional touring band since 1995. With the addition, several years back, of the mesmerizing drone of the Australian didgeridoo and Bronze Age Irish horn, the magic was complete. Sit back and be transported to an earlier time in Scotland and Ireland, when battle cries filled the air and strange, unheard-of creatures roamed the night. Or better yet, get on your feet and let your body move to ancient rhythms and forgotten sounds.
Don't think this is dry, dusty music for museum shelves – WICKED TINKERS merge the best of modern, almost rock-and-roll energy with the hypnotic, insistent grooves of their Gaelic ancestors. Rare is the bystander who comes away without feeling a surprising, sometimes bewildering connection to long-forgotten primal emotions ... half-memories of ages past and experiences nameless yet somehow familiar. WICKED TINKERS creates music to set your jaw, put a fire in your belly, a glint in your eye and a dance in your feet.
In 1995, bagpiper Aaron Shaw met bass drum player Warren Casey at The Celtic Arts Center in Los Angeles, CA. Playing together, they discovered the simple beauty and power of the music created by these two instruments.
“The combination seemed to tap the very soul of Gaelic Music,” says Shaw.
This is the music you might have heard hundreds of years ago at a Scottish wedding celebration, or perhaps around the campfire of a Highland raiding party – a raw, exciting sound that touches you on a primal level. To express this feeling of the ancient within the modern world, WICKED TINKERS was born.
Over the years, the band has evolved. Keith Jones joined in on snare drum and hand percussion in 2000, followed by CJ Henderson on didgeridoo and the recently discovered Bronze-Age Irish Horn – a sound that was lost for over three thousand years. Most recently in 2013, Tiki King replaced Warren Casey on the big drum. This strange and unlikely combination of instruments seems to access our deepest connection to a primal place that is both ancient and hauntingly familiar. It is the music of our Celtic ancestors, reimagined for the twenty-first century.
Colorado native FC Westcott belts out straight forward heartfelt Americana. His honest songs and clever hooks will make you smile and break your heart!
rom poignant dark stories like "I'll Never Come Back" to light hearted ditties like "That'll Get Me Home", FC showcases his diverse writing chops. This is no nonsense Americana Country: never pretentious, not too eclectic, and always heartfelt!
When describing his writing approach FC shrugs, "Really, I just try hard to stay genuine". His debut album "Unfeigned" is a testament to that very philosophy and his sincere nature is evident throughout the project. "My whole goal is to raise the hair on the back of your neck, while conveying an honest sentiment”
"Unfeigned" has 11 solid original cuts and with every spin another layer peels away, leaving the listener with a new favorite. Each track stands on it’s own and the country rocker shows depth and intelligence, while wrapping every song in an approachable package.
His live shows don't disappoint. His guitar work is subtle but solid and leaves you wanting more. His voice is strong and true, and he gives up the stories behind his work. Westcott is a consummate Singer/Songwriter and attending a performance let's you witness, first hand, his passion to explore the stark realities of love, life and loss.
A cowboy with a talent to share, and a man who is going for his dream. Randy Burghardt is a new upcoming Rocky Mountain Country Music artist from Cheyenne, Wyoming. Originally from a small town called Fedora, South Dakota where you went to the feed and small grocery store to get sarsaparillas and chuck-wagons with your younger brother and sister every Saturday, and where Randy grew up on his family's farm. At a young age Randy took piano lessons where his love of music began. Later on he began to play guitar and at 12 years old he started writing songs. Going to school 15 miles away, Randy graduated from Howard High School where he was active in the music program, and began playing in bands when he was 15 years old, continuing to share his talent. After graduating from high school, Randy attended college at SDSU majoring in Animal Science, and began his own band; the Randy Burghardt Band. In 2012 he moved to the cowboy state of Wyoming where he continued his band, which plays across the Midwest, from the Rocky Mountains to the lower part of Colorado. Randy had the privilege of playing at the CMA music fest in Nashville, Tennessee where he got to showcase his music. His song Gate Opens Wide was his first radio single in 2015; was nominated for song of the year at the Rocky Mountain Country Music Awards in 2016, and has hit the top 20 charts for several radio groups. His song Honkytonk Man has also hit top 20 charts and is a number one single. His producer is Gary Snow from Brookings, South Dakota. He has performed with several other artists and bands, such as Ned LeDoux, Kaila Dakota, Dustin Evans, Genevieve Allen, Sean Curtis, Southern Fryed, and Brand 307.