($15)

The Baker Family is a high energy bluegrass band from Missouri – as seen on: Season 12 of AMERICA’S GOT TALENT; RFD-TV’s The Bluegrass Trail & PBS Great American Bluegrass.

(FREE Concert - tips are encouraged)

Oregano has fully mastered both the aesthetic and sonic details of the “One Man Band” concept. Performing in a unique Reggae/Hip Hop/Jazz style, he is sure to turn heads wherever he is rockin’!

($12 Advance/$15 Day of show )

As classic as cast iron, as space-age as a flying car! The Plate Scrapers are serving up their own flavor of bluegrass by way of a winding wormhole through folk, jazz, and heavy metal dimensions.

(FREE Concert - tips are encouraged)

Oregano has fully mastered both the aesthetic and sonic details of the “One Man Band” concept. Performing in a unique Reggae/Hip Hop/Jazz style, he is sure to turn heads wherever he is rockin’!

($15)

The Shootouts mix supple Western swing with brash barroom country to A-plus results. Chuck Mead, a torchbearer for such vintage sounds, produced the group’s upcoming album Bullseye — it’s a match made in honky-tonk heaven. – Rolling Stone

(FREE Concert - tips are encouraged)

Oregano has fully mastered both the aesthetic and sonic details of the “One Man Band” concept. Performing in a unique Reggae/Hip Hop/Jazz style, he is sure to turn heads wherever he is rockin’!

($15)

The Shootouts mix supple Western swing with brash barroom country to A-plus results. Chuck Mead, a torchbearer for such vintage sounds, produced the group’s upcoming album Bullseye — it’s a match made in honky-tonk heaven. – Rolling Stone

(FREE Concert - tips are encouraged)

Oregano has fully mastered both the aesthetic and sonic details of the “One Man Band” concept. Performing in a unique Reggae/Hip Hop/Jazz style, he is sure to turn heads wherever he is rockin’!

($12)

American Songwriter Magazine says: “Fowler shows the same mastery of earnest, strummy, songcraft as established artists like Damien Rice and Ben Howard.”

($15)

Pretend Friend is tight, right, genre-defying progressive bluegrass out of Wichita, Kansas and sounds like the quick-pickin’ offspring of Robert Plant and the Stanley Brothers, and their performances are loaded with improv jams and harmonies.