New project featuring original material written by Hurly and featuring some of the hottest players in the southeast!
MARADEEN is an American rock band based out of Nashville, Tennessee. Founded by guitarist, Whit Murray, in the summer of 2014 with keyboardist, Kaitlyn Connor, and bassist, Sterling Miller, the band formed their initial roots as a high energy rock n roll quartet. With classical and jazz improvisation backgrounds they forged and evolved a unique and well-versed sound.
THE GET RIGHT BAND is “hip-shaking, earthquaking pure funk fun” (The Alternate Root). They are one of Relix Magazine’s “On The Verge” picks, Home Grown Music Network’s 2015 “Best New Band of the Year,” and were voted “Best Progressive Band” in Western North Carolina by Mountain Xpress readers.
Sullivan Band is a party cover band that is based out of Dayton and Chattanooga, TN playing a wide variety of party club favorites. We have been playing together for over 15 years. We can guarantee you a great show packed with excitement and great tunes that everyone can enjoy!
Creature Comfort is a Nashville-based four-piece that offer a refreshing and alternative take on traditional indie rock. The band thrives in the delicate spaces between experimental and approachable, penning highly-versatile pop tunes that dabble in everything from psych to surf to folk to country.
The Aquaducks stand out as a high octane funk and soul band among the twangy accents one is apt to find in the city where country music is king. The Ducks first caught the attention of local Nashville radio station Lightning 100 for the release of the EP “Open Season”. Combining catchy hooks with impressive instrumental work L100 dubbed the band artist of the week alongside other local bands The Delta Saints, Alanna Royale and Goodbye June.
Soul music will never go out of style. Just like Otis Redding and the Allman Brothers spawned from the same bluesy roots, Gaslight Street melds pure Southern rock with charismatic vocals, traipsing the boundaries of blues and funk.
Soul music will never go out of style. Born in the musical bastion of Charleston, SC, Gaslight Street’s regional presence has grown behind their relentless tours throughout the Southeast and beyond. Featuring the unmistakably soulful lyrics and vocal duo of Campbell Brown and Whitt Algar, the band strongly stakes it's place as worthy inheritors of the Southern soul tradition.
High energy & non stop sonic prowness are what Jordan Hallquist & The Outfit bring to their live shows through raw original music and a long list of covers.
When soul and blues from the west collide with the country and americana of the middle to become inspired by the mountains and bluegrass of the East you get the sound of Three Star Revival. The music created, inspired, and nourished by the sounds of Tennessee.
Original, bluegrass/roots/rock band from Nashville, TN founded and fronted by John Frazier, 2016 Nashville Scene Instrumentalist of the year.
Annabelle’s Curse is an alt-folk band from Bristol, TN/VA. Its members are Tim Kilbourne (vocals, banjo, guitar), Carly Booher (vocals, mandolin), Zack Edwards (guitar), Travis Goyette (percussion), and Tyler Luttrell (bass). As an independent band, Annabelle’s Curse’s fan support has been instrumental to their success. They have released three full-length albums; the most recent two, Hollow Creature and Worn Out Skin, were fully funded by fans.
If folk music were turned up to eleven and included guitar solos, I think you would get in the ballpark of what we are.
Guy Marshall Shirley was Adam McNulty's late grandfather. "Shirley passed away in 2008, but the kind of man that he was and the land he called home lives on in the music made by McNulty and his wife, Sarrenna. Together with a few talented friends, they’ve made Guy Marshall an up-and-coming East Tennessee roots-rock outfit that plays with touching beauty and sincerity."
Opposite Box is a genre-bending experimental rock band from Chattanooga, TN known for high energy live shows and a seamless blend of psychedelic jazz, progressive rock and dirty funk – dubbed “Belligerent Jungle Funk” – that is often compared to acts like Frank Zappa, Mr. Bungle and Parliament Funkadelic.
There is no hiding that each member of The High Divers hails from South Carolina. A subtle twang dots the roots rock n’ roll landscape from which the band pulls its sound and feel. The High Divers create music that nods to the southern rebelliousness of Tom Petty, the raw beauty of Neil Young, and the genre clashing of Wilco, yet is leaning forward all the time.
Fish out of Water is your premiere Rock, Funk, Reggae, and Hip-Hop act. F.O.W. has been providing all original material from west to east coast U.S., the Hawaiian Islands, and Australia for over five years. They have released three albums and are currently touring nationwide.
Purveyors of original heart pounding funk, soul and sweaty grooves in Atlanta. Music to shake your Tic-Tacs to.
Of Good Nature is an indie rock-reggae five piece that was formed in Charlotte, NC in 2011 by front-man, guitarist Cameron Brown and drummer, percussionist Joey Vachon. Coming up in the thriving music scene in the Queen City has been vital to the band’s early success, as well as the blending of rich musical styles which transcends foundations of rock-reggae to progressive instrumentals of funk and rock n’ roll.
Tree Tops has been a bit of a strange bird from it’s inception. Founding members Brandon Castro, Cory Smith, Jim Foust and Chris Burgess all brought very different influences to the table. Castro’s songwriting sorts through vaults of personal experiences and speculations, fueled by the likes of Brand New and Manchester Orchestra while Smith relies on everything from Umphrey’s McGee to Mogwai to The White Stripes to craft ear-catching instrumentals.
Kenny George Band is a 5 piece Folk Rock/Americana band from Aiken, SC. They are on the rise quickly in the Southeast and deliver a great live show. In 2015, they played more than 150 shows - 60+ shows in South Carolina, 30+ in Georgia and a bunch of other shows in North Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Virginia, West Virginia and Missouri.