Spanning three decades, Soul Asylum’s indie success led to the band entering the major-label mainstream with 1988's Hang Time and its 1990 follow-up And the Horse They Rode In On, before achieving a platinum-level commercial breakthrough with 1992's Grave Dancers Union (certified 3x platinum) and 1995's Let Your Dim Light Shine.
Joan Osborne is an 8-time Grammy nominee and multi-platinum selling recording artist. A native of Kentucky, she moved to NYC to attend NYU Film School, but dropped out after becoming involved in New York’s downtown music scene.
The Spin Doctors are an American rock band from New York City, best known for their early 1990s hits "Two Princes" and "Little Miss Can't Be Wrong", which peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 chart at No. 7 and No. 17, respectively. The band consists of Chris Barron, Eric Schenkman, Aaron Comess, and Mark White
Shawon & The Wonton
Shawan Rice is a deeply soulful songstress, originally hailing from Harrisburg Pennsylvania. Her music is an eclectic layered mix of rootsy neo-soul that is heavily influenced by black american music. Shawan began writing music at 13 years old, crafting her with seasoning from artists from Jimi Hendrix to Erykah Badu.
This Alternative-Rock Pop-Rock Austin, Texas USA-based trio was formed in mid-'90s by singer+guitarist Miles Zuniga, bassist Tony Scalzo and drummer Joe Shuffield.
Jocelyn Mackenzie is a Brooklyn-based musician, maker, and medium. A singer, songwriter, songwriting coach, artist, stylist, intuitive, and psychic, she recently released her debut solo album PUSH on Righteous Babe Record
Gracie & Rachel
Piano-violin duo with boundary issues. New album out now on @righteous_babes
Megan Jean & The KFB
In the four years since their last album, Megan Jean and the Klay Family Band have undergone something of an identity crisis. Sure, there are elements that have remained the same: Megan Jean’s hurricane of a voice that can glide from baritone to mezzo soprano without breaking a sweat; the engine-room thrum-and-stomp of her husband Byrne Klay on banjo and bass drum — that’s all intact.
6:30 PM (ZIG ZAG ROOM)
Tyler Boone grew up in the Low-country of Charleston, SC. Boone first became enamored with the small club rock scene and slowly started making his way headlining major music venues & gaining traction on the radio waves all across the United States.