If there has ever been a way to describe Sunny Ledfurd, it has got to be his ability to defy categorization. Born in Chattanooga TN and growing up in Gaston County NC, he taught himself guitar at age 15. He knew then that playing the guitar was how he would make a living. Inspired by Guns n Roses, Snoop Dog & David Allan Coe among many, Sunny's songs continually mix genres and push the envelope. "I've always liked artists that you can tell they have something to say. They're not just singing some words 'cause it sounds cool." Never one to shy away from a good time... drinking and women are involved in much of the music. With songs like 'I Don't Remember Last Night', 'Pontoon Boat', 'Adderral', and 'Myrtle Beach', Sunny takes you through life in the south as he sees it and lives it.
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Chris Weaver was born to make music. Growing up in West Virginia, his father was a traveling musician for over 25 years and music was always around him. From the early age of ten, Chris knew he would be a musician too. He started to hone his craft through influences like Cocker, Petty, Morrison and Mellencamp “It’s all I could ever remember wanting to do,” Weaver states. “I wanted to write like them and sing like them but just do it in a way that would be my own.”
“I want my music to invoke memories of people’s past, whether good or bad so they may have a deeper relationship with what they’re listening to” says Chris. He not only meets this goal, he blows it away in his emotional live shows as well as his recorded music.
Here’s what people are saying about “Standing In Line” Chris’s first CD
“a voice that draws you in immediately... full of raw emotion.” – Hobnob Wilson
Dreadlocks and Rock. As a , producer, musician and singer, Adrian Bartholomew's inspiration and talent give his music and live performance unique style and intense vibe. Magically combining the sounds of his native Trinidad in the Caribbean with the steam and fire of rock and modern music, Bartholomew is a true master. Inducted as a member of Trinidad's Classical Music Hall of Fame as a child prodigy, Adrian has been performing live in the Caribbean and the United States for more than twenty years. Since moving to the American Midwest in the fall of 2001, he has focused on bringing his “rhythm and groove” fusion of calypso/soca-based rock music to audiences across the country. Bartholomew's live show features his performance of rock and pop familiar favorites, presented with a "taste of the Islands".
Pearl is a band that plays covers, and is working on an album of original material. We play a tight, danceable and dynamic mix featuring music from the 50’s through the latest hits on today’s charts. Influences: A combination of all genres. Simply too many influences to name. Sounds Like A combination of your favorite food with your favorite mixed drink chased by a beer... forming "SOUL GUMBO"
Dustin Clark is the nephew of Nashville hit songwrtiting legend Earl Clark. Dustins Songs She Drives a Bigger Truck Than Me and Country Bound were picked by CMT in 2007 and 2008 out of thousands of songwriters around the country for Music City Madness an undiscovered singer songwriter competition were his songs were played on CMT and also GAC. Dustin Clark and Stone Mountain Railroad mainly play locally in Jefferson County Missouri but have played twice in Nashville Tn. on of the times being all four days of CMA Fest in June of 2010 for The World Famouse Tootsies Orchid Lounge. Dustin is planning on doing a lot of traveling back and forth to Nashville this year before moving down there and hopes to get the band out on the road also.