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.
Permagroove is a Rock-n-Roll band originally from Fort Payne, AL currently touring regionally in support of their new album, “Perfectly Broken Machine.” With a lot of momentum behind them, the band is seeing a surge of new fans at their shows to hear the eclectic sounds blended from many genres. Permagroove’s tight grooves, spacious jams.
A stylistically unique Americana Rock Band, the members of American Watermelon have been been singing, performing, and playing as if they’d been together their entire musical careers. Throughout the course of the band’s union, they have won over the hearts of music lovers from all walks of life; performing at a variety of venues, making loads of public appearances, all the while recording new music.
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.
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."
The Power Players show band hails from Chattanooga, TN and plays all of the best party favorites from funk, rock, R&B, and everything in between!
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!
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.
The Donna Hopkins Band is a hard rock n' roots trio. Playing a blues rock mix of original music, the show never disappoints. The band consists of Donna Hopkins on lead guitar and vocals, a bass player, and Richie Jones on drums and backup vocals. Richie calls the band "Government Hopkins" because of the energy and sound they put out on stage. Donna’s guitar playing is comparable to Duane Allman or Derek Trucks, and her singing is comparable to Bonnie Raitt. This is truly a band destined for stardom!
Boy Named Banjo, described by Sonicbids as, "Tennessee's Americana apostles," is creating a lot of buzz in the southeastern music scene. The Nashville natives founded the group in 2011 and released their debut album, The Tanglewood Sessions, before graduating high school. Boy Named Banjo has since released its sophomore album, Long Story Short, performed at Bonnaroo, and received a nomination for "Best Local Band (Nashville,TN)" by The Tennesseean for the year 2015.
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.
Raw, soulful, and with plenty of swagger, Town Mountain has earned raves for their hard-driving sound, their in-house songwriting and the honky-tonk edge that permeates their exhilarating live performances. The hearty base of Town Mountain's music is the bluegrass triumvirate of Bill Monroe, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs. It's what else goes into the mix that brings it all to life on stage and reflects the group's wide-ranging influences from the Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia, Robert Hunter, Willie, Waylon, and Merle.