Dan Darrah

Dan Darrah

; Dan Darrah Chicago’s Dan Darrah’s heartfelt vocals, well crafted songs and laid-back, rootsy delivery has been winning fans across the heartland since the late 1990s. The talented singer/songwriter has shared the stage with The Wallflowers, 10,000 Maniacs,...
David Hardin

David Hardin

; David Hardin David Hardin learned about the hardships and triumphs of life growing up between the Ohio River Basin of Warsaw, Kentucky and the Appalachian Foothills of Union, Ohio. The region’s rich musical heritage served as inspiration in forging Hardin’s...
John Gray Band

John Gray Band

; John Gray Band Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, experimental Jazz trio John Gray Band was a cult favorite on the East Coast Jazz scene. Brothers John and Ben Gray come from an extremely musical family, as their father, Jack, is an esteemed musician and composer in...
The Rogues

The Rogues

; The Rogues Founded by guitarist Keith Jackson (Shock Therapy, Glass Heroes), The Rogues rose to prominence via Detroit’s gritty, underground music scene of the 1980s. Detroit label, Force Majeure Records, was quick to sign the band. Soon after, infamous German Punk...
Buck Storm

Buck Storm

; Buck Storm In 1998, an eclectic group of Santa Barbara musicians joined Yuma, Arizona singer/songwriter Buck Storm and stepped into the California music scene. Buck and the band pulled from California’s early country-rock roots to forge their own distinct brand of...
Patrick Welch

Patrick Welch

; Patrick Welch Reverend Patrick Welch has been playing music since he was a small child. Patrick began on his father’s banjo before ultimately purchasing his own guitar – a prized Kay F hole. Soon after, he started a band called “Others Brothers,” taking cues...
the terrible parade

the terrible parade

; the terrible parade Cleveland, Ohio’s the terrible parade formed in 1982 at the height of the New Wave movement. Singer-songwriter, Alan Grandy, the creative force behind the group, weaved elements of Folk, Psychedelia, Power Pop, and Rock to fuse the band’s...
Martie Echito

Martie Echito

; Martie Echito Born in Upland California, Martie Echito’s musical aspirations lead him west to the nearby entertainment mecca of Los Angeles, California. The City of Angels quickly took note of the young multitalented singer, songwriter and musician. In 1970,...
Crown of Thorns

Crown of Thorns

; Crown of Thorns Jim Magnole wrote, recorded and produced his Crown of Thorns project in 1989, the same year he created Pop Kultur (also with Fervor Records). Magnole’s diverse talents led him on numerous adventures, opening for the likes of Brownsville Station...
Fastgun

Fastgun

; Fastgun Country music is inherent to the desert Southwest. Marty Robbins, Buck Owens, Dirks Bently, Rex Allen, Tanya Tucker, Donna Fargo, and Waylon Jennings are a few superstars that instantly spring to mind. All trace their roots back to Arizona. So it’s...
The Crew

The Crew

; The Crew The Crew was the brainchild of UK native, singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, Piers Skelton. The Crew had their hands on the pulse of the early 80s UK New Wave scene; but ultimately the band landed as a studio project. However, Piers’ efforts did...
Pop Kultur

Pop Kultur

; Pop Kultur Late 80s Alt. Synth-Pop group, Pop Kultur, is the creation of multi-instrumentalist, Jim Magnole. Magnole’s diverse talents led him on numerous adventures, opening for the likes of Brownsville Station and Edgar Winter, becoming a member of KC and...
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