Mid-West native Alexander Craig captivates crowds with his high energy fusion of American roots music. When he's leading his big band, performing with his trio, or playing as a traditional one man band he inspires dancing and audience engagement. His songs are as wide ranging as his character, from swampy gut-bucket blues to blistering punk inspired rock n' roll. With enthusiasm and spiritual drive he promotes unity during these divided times bringing light to our commonalities through song and dance. More +
Alma (say it like Alamo) is a vocalist, songwriter, and musician out of Western North Carolina. She plays patchwork music: country, folk, and Appalachian roots sewn together to make something unique.
The Saint Paul Mudsteppers play country blues inspired by the recorded works of the early 1900's in the Deep South. Their main source of material is the great Mississippi Sheiks, but the Mudsteppers do not try to be a carbon copy. The band tries to present this old music in a new and energetic way.
Cutting edge Mississippi Bluesman Lightnin Malcolm, a charismatic and energetic guitarslinger with a deep soulful voice, has taken his irresistible dance grooves from Juke Joint teen years to World Stages with mainstream artists such as Robert Plant, Jimmy Buffett, Robert Cray, The Black Keys, Widespread Panic, Big Head Todd, North Mississippi Allstars, Lucero and Gary Clark Jr. Malcolm learned directly from Blues Masters touring with R.L. Burnside, T Model Ford, Big Jack Johnson, Robert Belfour etc... Developing a uniquely funky More +