To the dreamers, wanderers and believers of infinite possibility, LEAF is excited to unveil the lineup of performing artists for the Fall 2016 LEAF Festival, taking place October 20-23, 2016 near Asheville at the majestic Lake Eden in Black Mountain, NC. We invite you explore a ‘Carnival of Wonder’ with performances by Balkan Beat Box, Beats Antique, Squirrel Nut Zippers and many more! Be prepared for performances
One Drop based in San Diego, California embraces the spirit of classic Roots Reggae and Dub music with a calculated blend of R&B, Pop and Rock subtleties. Inspired by artists like Steel Pulse, Gregory Isaacs and The Police.
One Drop's music is infectious and well received by a wide range of age and cultural demographics. Critics describe their sound as genuine and captivating, filled with melodic choruses, refreshing vintage guitar/organ tones all cleverly layered over seductive bass lines.
Merriam-Webster simply defines the word groundbreaking as "introducing new ideas or methods," so it's no surprise that DEE JAY SILVER is commonly described as such. The DJ/remixer/producer was the first (and only) DJ to be signed to a major Nashville record label, RCA Nashville/Sony Music, and the first DJ to ever play the Academy of Country Music Awards (ACMs) and the American Country Awards (ACAs).
Established in 2015, Midnight Mountain Music Show is a music festival presented by the Philadelphia band Mason Porter. This year’s festival will take place at Peaceful Woodlands Family Campground in Blakeslee, PA on September 16th and 17th.
Taking the name from one of their songs, the festival will host a variety of American Roots acts from rock to folk, country, bluegrass and everything in between. The MMMS festival will also features a chili cook-off, kids’ activities, vendors and more.
311’s ultimate vacation experience returns March 2 - 6, 2017, with the band’s fifth 311 Caribbean Cruise. Sailing between Tampa, Florida, and the island paradise of Cozumel, Mexico, the 311 Caribbean Cruise 2017 will transform the luxurious Norwegian Jade cruise liner into a massive, floating music festival at sea.
There’s a new generation of women burning down the Nashville music industry. Powerful voices like Margo Price and Nikki Lane have been rewriting the script, owning their own songs and vision. Now, add to this list Washington State Americana songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews. After a decade spent at the height of the music industry, touring solo and with large pop bands, she realized her desire for a place to come home to. She found that in a small rural town in the deep forests of Washington State.