The Jauntee’s eclectic style is a unique sound in a landscape of up and coming bands. Their music is a mix of jazz, funk, folk, rock, progressive, bluegrass and psychedelic
Jasmine Lorraine “Wonky Tonk” Poole grew up in the hard scrabble portion of the American heartland. Kentucky, to be precise. Her world of loss and longing
“Because not every band from Akron sounds like the Black Keys. Some, in fact, sound like a female-led Decemberists.” – Esquire Magazine Quotes from reviews of our new album, “The Reunion.”
GreenhornBluehorn is a Seattle-based four piece with a big sound capturing its city-town stomping grounds. Haunting hooks on acoustic guitar are woven with the swaying layered syncopations of the Antal brothers’ harmonies. Altogether makes for some anthemic tunes to boot stomp to!
Since their debut in 2010 The Womack Family Band has captivated audiences all over the eastern U.S. with their spot on three part vocal harmony, tight musicianship, and old soul songwriting. Calling on the spirit of The Beatles