“Proudest accomplishments so far are being featured on Vegas radio, being a house band at Carnival Court and Diablos on the Vegas strip. Being featured in Rockthiz Magazine and PopVulture, featured on the Cali podcast and Touring Texas, AK. ”
— Pop Vulture ~ Pop Vulture Magazine
“Every one of these guys has talent beyond belief, and they know how to use it.”
— Eric Salas ~ Rock Thiz Magazine
“The Garage Boys are one of the hardest working bands in Vegas.”
— Christina Avina ~ Rock On Request Magazine
Only a few miles from the Las Vegas strip in June of 2007, four guys, that had never met, rehearsed for the first time in a beat up old studio. Little did they know that seven years later they would be hailed as one of the most exciting and sought after rock bands in Nevada.
The Garage Boys have stood the test of time; touring, recording and performing in just about every circumstance known to all band kind. Most bands pack it in after a few months…a year tops. Who can blame them; it’s a tough industry. However, these guys are not stopping. They are a high energy, 100% organic, rock band. They released their second album, “Sgt. Peckers”, June of 2015, which is guaranteed to be a huge success worldwide. Their unique sound reflects their influences, which range from The Beatles and Stones, to STP, Weezer, Bob Marley, Sublime, Thin Lizzy, Metallica, Radiohead, Bon Jovi and even Steely Dan.
Their upcoming album was released June 20th. It is their most Bi-polar to date: and that’s the way they want it. The Garage Boys are not interested in forming a generic sound where every track is the same as the last. One song will be glam-rock, Reggae the next, and another will be old school classic country rock…the way bands used to do it.
Staying true to themselves, they exclaim: “We just write what we like, no matter what. We believe in what we do”.
The Garage Boys are:
Bryan Duffy: Lead Vocals and Guitar.
Aaron Harris: Bass/Keys and Production.
Craig Small: Drums and Lead Vocals.
Mike Neufeld: Guitar.
The Garage Boys will be performing anywhere and everywhere so look for them in your state.
American Singer/Songwriter from Monticello, Arkansas by way of Nashville, Tennesse, Ward Davis has had songs recorded by Trace Adkins, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Wade Hayes, Sammy Kershaw, Bucky Covington, Jimmie Van Zant, Buddy Jewel, Carolina Rain, The Roys, and more. Most recently, Ward Davis co-wrote “I’m Not The Devil” with Cody Jinks, with whom he subsequently toured with nationwide. With over 250 shows per year under his belt as both a headliner and support act, Ward Davis’ already popular live show is growing at exponential rates.
To listen to Drake White’s music is to fully experience the soul and rhythm of his upbringing in the Appalachian foothills of Northeastern Alabama. The undeniable sound of his soulful voice has whipped concert audiences across the country into a frenzy as Drake and his band, The Big Fire, raise the roof and summon spirits to life onstage. It’s equal parts Baptist tent revival and amped-up southern rock festival. As you watch Drake crank the energy level up higher and higher throughout the night, you feel as if you’d walked in on a live gospel album backed up by all-stars from The Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Of course those acts hit musical pay dirt recording in Muscle Shoals, Alabama in the late ‘60s and ‘70s, a little over two hours west of Drake’s tiny hometown of Hokes Bluff. The same fire that drives Drake to pour his entire being in to those performances also demands that he continue exploring and refining that country soul sound, which the world first heard on his debut album, 2016’s SPARK (Big Machine Label Group). In the spirit of propelling his music forward, Drake teamed up with a crew of Nashville’s most creative musicians in an effort to, as he says, “Bridge that gap between Nashville and Muscle Shoals.” It’s in the crossroads of those two musical worlds that you’ll find Drake White’s new five-song EP, PIECES (BMLG Records) .
The Reader’s Digest version of Mark Wills’ story makes it clear he’s an award-winning singer’s singer. His matchless phrasing, passionate and meaningful delivery and right-on-the money vocals make each and every song he performs come alive. Like a picture perfect painting, Wills’ music is a vocal work of art that walks right off the canvas and into the hearts of country music lovers alike.
Bringing the Wills’ dimension to some of the greatest songs ever written, he’s not necessarily become known for being trendy, hip or even on the cutting edge, but rather and simply as a damn good singer!
“I think I’m a good storyteller to make a son g meaningful. Whether romantic or ‘reality,’ my focus is on the music delivery to make it my own for the people who listen—so that they can make it their own.”
And the people listen…
His list of accolades is his testament. Mark Wills is a multi-platinum selling country music star with eight top 10 hits to his name including “19 Something,” “Wish You Were Here” and “Don’t Laugh At Me;” all of which received nominations for Single, Song and Video of the Year by the Country Music Association. Wills won the Academy of Country Music ‘s award for Top New Male Vocalist in 1998. In 2002, his single “19 Something” spent six consecutive weeks at No. 1, was Billboard‘s top country hit of the year and was the second most-played song of the decade in 2009.
…and that’s just a chapter in Mark Wills’ life story.
Since garnering his Top New Male Vocalist recognition in 1998, Wills has become a staple in country music, like salt and pepper on a table; the chapters may have changed, but the story continues. The father of two daughters, a husband and the head of household, Mark’s role in life and music are one in the same.
“I think I’m at a point where I’ve seen all sides of me! I’ve become more aware of who I am not only as an artist, but as a father, a husband and a friend…and as a dad, I want to put out music my children can listen to; all in all, I take more ownership in it.”
His ownership is made evident in his newest collection of recordings on the CD entitled LOOKING FOR AMERICA; an assortment of tunes Mark describes as different, yet the same.
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.
Swing City Express featuring Rob Labig, Greg Karly, Frank Bregar, Dane Skelton, Ron Bradley, Scott Betts, Clark Gault, Nathan Wilson and introducing Leah Rachelle are set to hit the Warehouse big stage!
Dance to swing, Rock, Latin, Foxtrot, Salsa, Jump Swing, Jazz and more Sunday Jan, 27 from 7-10 pm with drink and food specials all night!
Tickets are only $15 or 2 for $25 and are available at Hart Music and Roper Music or at the door!
Michael Ray loves a good story. So, it’s only natural that when it came time to tell his own, he gravitated to country music.“I feel like in music in general, but especially in country music, the story lines have always been the foundation,”he says. “No matter what changes may happen with the sound, I feel like when you listen to a song, no matter what walk of life you come from, you can really lose yourself in that song and put your own story to it.”
The small-town Florida native began to tell his tale on his 2015 self-titled debut album and scored two number one hits with “Kiss You in the Morning” and “Think a Little Less.” His dynamic sophomore album, “Amos,” named for his grandfather and produced by the legendary Scott Hendricks (Alan Jackson, Faith Hill, Blake Shelton) picks up where that record left off, combining the vintage sounds he absorbed growing up with a contemporary polish that puts him at the forefront of a class of fresh young voices. Ray runs the emotional gamuton “Amos,” from vulnerable ballads to boot-stomping rockers, showcasing a musical and vocal dexterity he has long admired in heroes like Tim McGraw and Keith Urban.
First single “Get to You” is a heartfelt plea for making a relationship work that utilizes Ray’s impressive vocal range, moving from a ruminative baritone to a tender falsetto croon. “Her World or Mine,” the album’s emotional centerpiece, breaks down the universal emotions of a break-up in heartbreaking and incisive detail. He turns up the tempo and the temperature with the pithy rocker “You’re On” and offers a slinky slice of wordplay with the whimsical “Fan Girl,” giving “Amos” a diverse feel that retains a cohesive whole.Her World or MineRay can’t remember a time without music.Growing up in Eustis, he was surrounded by several generations of his extended family singing and playing songs.“
My grandfather would sit around and teach me and my cousins how to play and sing harmony,” Ray recalls with a smile.“He wanted to put a guitar in everybody’s hand.”Amos eventually formed a family band with Ray’s dad called the Country Cousins who played festivals and parties all through central Florida.Which is how Ray found himself steeped in the likes of Ray Price, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, and Jeanie Seely and onstage “when I was literally old enough to just be able to stand.”
At age 10, after beginning to learn guitar, Ray says, “I started playing every Thursday through Sunday with my grandfather in groups he was in.I learned a lot that I didn't know would help me where I'm at now.”
The boys from Stillwater ready to rock the Warehouse! They are bringing that Oklahoma Rock with a lot of Roll, Let’s say it’s a Southern Rock, with a Crunchy Country.
Meet the Band:
Read Southall- Lead Vocals/Guitar
J.T. Perry- Lead Guitar/Rhythm Guitar/VH
Zac Copeland- Rhythm Guitar/Lead Guitar/VH
Jeremee Knipp- Bass
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.
After 10 years as an essential member of the music scene in northern California, James "Papa Bear" Williams and his younger brother Phil & moved to Colorado in 2000. Since then THE WILLIAMS BROTHERS BAND has established themselves as the musical anchor of Western Colorado. TWBB is one of the longest-running & is the most successful band in the area. They not only headline the region's top venues & festivals, tour all over the western United States, but are the most requested direct support act to play with national touring acts playing the area as well. The hit single, "CIRCLES" was nominated for a Golden Kayak Award by the International Academy Of Independent Artists for best Rock Song. TWBB hit #1 on the mp3.com Blues charts twice with JOHNNY THE SQUIRREL, & DEEP ELEM BLUES. GET ME DOWN from "Live at The Mesa Theater" hit #5 on the Soundclick Americana Charts , CHINAMAN BLUES was the #2 song on podcasts world-wide in 2014, & album placed 3 songs simultaneously on Soundclick's top 20 Blues Rock Charts as well. A new studio album is scheduled for release in the fall of 2018, the first single "Queen of the Honky Tonk" was released June 11th, 2018 and immediately hit #1 on the Indie Music People Country Charts.
Clyde and the Milltailers is a Colorado based folk and roots trio that is influenced by early American music, history and folklore. Formed in Grand Junction Colorado By Steve “Clyde” Kilcrease and David Rowley in early 2014. The Band released their first full length Album though Fusion Audio Solutions in Grand Junctio