”Andy Aledort can make his guitar scream and cry, and swing in a unique and stunning blues rock style. He’s been my new favorite guitarist for a long time now.” ~ Joe Satriani
“Bill Toms is a poet, a soul-shouter and guitar slinger with one foot in the gutter and an eye on the heavens above. And man, does he front a great rock n’ soul band!” – Will Kimbrough
The Box Set Duo/Trio has been entertaining audiences these many years with their powerful songs, brought to life by inspired guitar interplay and vocal harmonies that warm the senses.
Currently a featured vocalist, lead/slide guitarist, and musical director of the legendary Marshall Tucker Band, this former member of The Outlaws brings his soulful vocals and smoking hot slide playing to his own band and music.
Eliot Lewis is a multi-instrumentalist solo artist with his own brand of guitar featured Rock & Soul. You know him as the only musician to play every episode of “Live From Daryl’s House” and from his touring with Hall & Oates. He has worked with everyone from Billy Gibbons, Grace Potter, Cheap Trick and countless others.
“Holy Whoa those harmonies – A Full Feast … Exquisite touches of early Paul Simon in the guitar work, and lyrics and vocals to match” – No Depression Magazine
“Johnny Nicholas is one of the best bluesmen ever, black or white.”
– Stephen Bruton
“The gravelly-voiced Manson attacks the high art of low-rent songcraft
with a paid assassin’s precision.” ~ No Depression Magazine
“Lizzie Edwards is one of the most instantly recognizable, individualistic singers in the New York rock scene. With her velvet voice, she delivers a wallop: there are few singers in any style of music who can be as simultaneously pillowy and ferocious. ” ~ New York Music Daily
Pedro is an unparalleled and gifted multi-instrumentalist who adds his soulful sound and vibe to all his musical endeavors
Reeves is known for his long partnership with David Bowie, with whom he worked regularly as guitarist, bandmate, co-writer and co-producer from 1987 to 1999 and as current member of The Cure, one of Britain’s best-known alternative rock bands. While not touring with The Cure, Reeves can be found touring with His Imaginary Friends, around their self-titled new release.
Aaron was tapped last year to play and tour with John Popper & the Duskray Troubadours when they toured behind Popper’s release by the same name. Aaron co-write several of the songs on that record including the lead-off single “Love Has Made It So” which appears in the new film “I Heart Shakey.”
“There is perhaps no greater influence on modern Texas Music than Walt Wilkins.” ~ galleywinter.com
Finger-style, open tuned, Appalachian flavored grooves and melodies coupled with literate lyrics, strange and beautiful, and the songs kept coming.
With all its simplicity, Bill Carter is a gripping and honest collection filled with his perceptive lyrics told through an artistic blend of folk, rock, blues and Americana.
That’s what drives Aris: the sound. His music echoes his surroundings and serves as a reminder of everything he’s seen and internalized along the way. He looks forward but is remarkably mindful of where he comes from and who has come before him.
Jonas’s intensely personal songwriting first grabbed national attention with the release of her critically acclaimed 2014 debut album Oklahoma Lottery, followed by Country Songs in 2016.
Every boom may have its bust, but every dusk has its dawn. This hope, that there is always a way out, a way through, is an integral part of Jared’s songs of pain and promise. “When folks hear my music, I hope they see the sunrise, just as I did each morning from that oilfield tower.”
K.C. Harris comes from a long line of American music. Many have come before and many will follow after, but now is his time to create and perform his songs to all those who will lend their ears and listen.
“Johnny is a talented guitarist and vocalist and I like the way he takes these cover tunes and gives them a few interesting twists and turns. Blues fans who dig old school guitar will want to get their hands on That’s All I Need.” ~Blue Bytes Review
“I can’t eat or sleep unless it’s Hank or Jones. It’s the strangest thing. I have never loved another music as much as country… there’s nothing else like it.”
On a cold New York January winter evening in 2013, Pat Via and Mitch Mitchell had not yet met, but were making their way separately through the snow covered West Village streets to a gallery opening on Jane Street, never expecting the twist of fate the night would unveil.