Willi Carlisle

Willi Carlisle Willi Carlisle is a folksinger who, according to The Washington Post, is “powerful,” “worth seeking out,” and “both down-home and brainy.” With years of collecting folklore, playing or calling square dances, and working in the avant-garde, Willi Carlisle is a multi-faceted writer, folksinger, and instrumentalist. Carlisle’s musical stories are forged in the fire…

White Ghost Shivers

White Ghost Shivers

White Ghost Shivers Peeling the faces off the unsuspecting since 1999, we revel in string-band music from the 20s and 30s, mixing early jazz, hokum, vaudeville, ragtime, western swing and hillbilly, yet unleashing the gutterous underbelly of a pseudo-rock world gone wrong. YEE HAW! Imagine a smorgasbord of Cab Calloway, circus sideshow, KISS, cabaret, Hee…

Whiskey for the Lady

Whiskey for the Lady

Whiskey for the Lady “Some bands take themselves too seriously. Whiskey for the Lady isn’t one of them.” –Shea Conner, St. Joe Live On a fall evening in 2011, Phil Craven decided to join the bluegrass resurgence and bought his very first mandolin in a sale on our nation’s holiest of holidays, Black Friday. He…

WhiskeyDick

WhiskeyDick

WhiskeyDick “At​ ​the​ ​lonesome​ ​crossroads​ ​where​ ​country​ ​and​ ​metal​ ​intersect,​ ​stand​ ​two​ ​swaggering​ ​badasses​ ​holding​ ​acoustic​ ​guitars.​ ​They’re not​ ​interested​ ​in​ ​your​ ​soul​ ​they​ ​have​ ​plenty​ ​of​ ​soul​ ​already.”​ ​-​ ​Kevin​ ​Kurtain Cult​ ​favorites​ ​WhiskeyDick​ ​blow​ ​minds​ ​with​ ​a​ ​double​ ​barrel​ ​blast​ ​of​ ​dreadnaught​ ​shredding​ ​and​ ​hillbilly​ ​bellowing​ ​that​ ​makes​ ​you want​ ​to​ ​knock​ ​back​…

Wallula

Wallula

Wallula Wallula, a ghost town among the hills and trees of Eastern Kansas, provides the name and inspiration for this roots/ country power trio. Including members of The Rye Boys and The Calamity Cubes playing a variety of instruments along with their introspective songwriting and inventive harmonies, Wallula delivers an exciting and fulfilling musical experience.…

W.T. Newton

W.T. Newton

W.T. Newton Americana from the gravel, and roots for the hopeless. WT Newton started his musical tenure as the head of the rowdy County Graves, and jumped the tracks completely when it came time for them to hang it up. On a new path of heartbreaks and hometowns, solace and sorrow, he’s interspersed stories from…

Urban Pioneers

Urban Pioneers

Urban Pioneers Mix one part Texas fiddle and one part Tennessee banjo, add doghouse bass and a splash of guitar and you have a delicious cocktail for your ears known as the Urban Pioneers. This string band hammers out a variety of original songs that encompass old time hillbilly music, western swing, rockabilly, and even…

The Underhill Family Orchestra

The Underhill Family Orchestra

The Underhill Family Orchestra The Underhill Family Orchestra, native to the Alabama delta, has been described as “outright anthemic” taking their compositions to “idyllic places” that make you want to “paint your face, forget your age, and kiss a stranger.” With “the bare knuckled nature” of their sound and their command of the “intricate, melancholy…

Tyler Gregory

Tyler Gregory

Tyler Gregory Tyler Gregory’s mixture of roots and blues music howls with a sense of passion and freedoms. Tyler Gregory has proven himself to be a songwriter and performer that connects with people of all ages. His carefully crafted lyrics and contagious melodies have been heard bellowing across the country. “When listening to Tyler Gregory I…

Tyler Giles

Tyler Giles

Tyler Giles Tyler Giles is a songwriter first. The songs he writes are as much autobiography as they are shared experience with those around him. There are very few surprises but a great deal of honesty with his music but that seems to be enough to keep him singing for whomever will listen   Share…