Hey, Johnny Park! is a Foo Fighters tribute band based out of Columbia, South Carolina. Members Jeremy Polley, Lucas Johnson, Morgan Johnson, and Jason Summers pride themselves on providing the same high energy, full tilt rock show that has given Dave Grohl and company their world-class reputation. From screaming vocals to searing guitar licks, Hey, Johnny Park! performs hits from the two decade plus career of the Foo Fighters, including such anthems as "My Hero," "Walk," and "Everlong."
After meeting on Broadway in Nashville, TN, Annalise Mahanes, Michael Monahan and Cal Tucker quickly turned heads by embracing modern pop music. From this, Glow Co. was born; a pop/electric trio defying the typical Nashville image with a vibrant style along with a passion for dance music. Cal and Michael, hailing from Pittsburgh, PA, teamed up with vocalist, Annalise (from Richmond, VA) and developed a unique style of music by blending electronic elements with fine-tuned skills as instrumentalists. Their eclectic sound lies somewhere between Paramore and The Chainsmokers. Glow Co. delivers a high-energy show packed with captivating original material, with both pop anthem and current EDM remixes sprinkled in. They will surely entertain you with a performance full of life, electrifying enthusiasm, and keep you dancing all night long. With dedication and a strong love for songwriting, the three have formed a harmonious triangle that is both exciting to watch and enjoyable to experience. They have set out to travel the globe in order to share their love for modern pop music and honest, poetic songwriting.
Nashville recording artist, Julia Cole, has created fresh country music true to her Houston, TX roots. Hailed as "COUNTRY WITH A KICK" Cole's music combines acoustic country, pop, and electronic patterns with compelling beats and soulful vocals to create her signature sound.
This rising star is signed with CAA (Blake McDaniel), Holler! Music Publishing (Lari White & Chuck Cannon), Martingale Entertainment Management (Ansel Davis), and BMI (Jody Williams).
Now, twenty-three year old Julia Cole, volleyball player graduate from Vanderbilt University, is collaborating with countless renowned songwriters and producers, including Chuck Cannon and Lari White. Julia Cole is making music that is about to change the game. She's on the road opening for acts such as Carrie Underwood, Kenny Chesney, Hunter Hayes, Kane Brown, Chris Lane, Clare Dunn, Brooke Eden, Jon Langston, and more!
The Nashville-based quintet—Ben Ringel [vocals & guitar], Dylan Fitch [guitar], David Supica [bass], Vincent “Footz” Williams [drums], and Nate Kremer [keyboards]—craft raw and visceral rock music with psychedelic flares, fuzzed-out guitar riffs, arresting drum patterns and blues tendencies over the course of 10 tracks produced by Third Man Records alum Eddie Spear [Jack White, Arctic Monkeys, Chris Stapleton]. It’s the triumphant culmination of a long journey comprised of ceaseless touring in the United States and Europe and fan favorite records such as the crowd-funded Death Letter Jubilee in 2013 and 2015’s Bones. The latter yielded “Sometimes I Worry,” which landed a prominent placement on the most recent season of Showtime’s Shameless. It also spiritually set the stage for Monte Vista, an album brimming with a restless spirit and coming-of-age ruminations on life, love, self-discovery and the world at large.
The truth is we're not like everybody else. We break a lot of rules and do things our own way. We're a big, rowdy, modern-electronically twisted rock duo that doesn't sound like anybody else (even though they'd like us to say we're just like 21 Pilots, The Black Keys, Royal Blood or even The White Stripes). Based in Atlanta, GA, we tour big cities and small towns throughout the Southeast and Midwest United States. Every show receives the same treatment because the only thing that matters is the people. We released our album "Illuminaughty," in 2013 and were super proud of it. We're on the cusp of releasing our next release, "After Math," in between tour dates and are confident it will be the best thing we've produced thus far. We invite you to join the Roshambeaux experience live at one of our shows or listening to one of our songs.
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Benefiting Hidden Wounds!
Seventy Six and Sunny is a four-piece pop/rock band from Columbia, South Carolina. The vibe of Seventy Six and Sunny has often times been compared to “college band” sound that dominated the 90’s decade. Seventy Six and Sunny blends together carefully crafted melodies with subtle, hard-hitting rock that showcase talent and musicianship obvious to fans of many different genres and eras.
A local Columbia band with strong influences to RHCP, Blink 182, Fallout Boy, Green Day, Jimmy Eat World, John Mayer, The Killers, Kings of Leon, Maroon 5, Sublime, Third Eye Blind, Weezer and much, much more.
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