Luke Powers is a Virginia-based singer-songwriter who grew up on the tunes of James Taylor and John Denver. He began performing professionally at the age of 16 and fell in love with the genres of Americana and Folk. Luke is currently in the process of writing more music. Drawing inspiration from the mellow yet punchy music of the soft rock genre, Luke hopes to grow his repertoire with a primary emphasis on lyrical rhythm and clever wordplay coupled with his already beloved Americana style.
Kiti Gartner & the Drifting Valentines is a band out of Washington DC who play western swing, rockabilly, old country and a pinch of jump blues. Their influences include music from the 1940s and on, including almost everything that came out of The Quonset Hut and RCA Studio B in Nashville, Sun Records and Bakersfield.
Vocalist and Guitarist John Schreiner leads the band Schreiner, a rock/blues/acoustic act from the Washington DC metro area. Schreiner is capable of performing covers & original songs as a trio/duo/solo act up to 5hrs in length. Schreiner formed in 2018 and has performed over 200 shows in and around the DMV region to include Mastros DC, Jammin Java, Ivy City Smokehouse, Sollys DC, Crafthouse, Wort Hog Brewery, and numerous other venues.
Married duo, Blair’s West, Beau and “Junior”, got their start in Nashville back in 2010. They were married in 2009 and after pursuing music separately they naturally fell into making music together. They have played together all over the country and after starting a family they made the decision to relocate to be near family. They are now based out of Richmond, VA, where they continue to perform together.
An Irish singer-songwriter, Pat Byrne has come a long way since his first deal with Universal. In late 2017, Byrne began his migration to Austin, Texas. Immersed in the Texas music scene, Pat penned several new songs and released the “Rituals” LP in October 2018. In 2019, Pat took the US by storm, with breakout performances at the 30A Festival, SXSW, Kerrville Folk Festival and the Americana Festival.
This is not your average band! BroadSound provides a personal touch to each event. Their performances are amazing and the chemistry electric. They have performed for heads of state, large galas and small weddings. From 75 to 6000 people they cover it all. You will think you’re listening to the original artist.
The Bruce In The USA show was born on the Las Vegas Strip in the winter of 2004, with its debut at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, in the majestic “V Theatre”. The show assaulted the senses in a fun-filled and exciting party atmosphere on the Vegas Strip, while suspending disbelief for even the toughest skeptics. They’ve been met with critical acclaim, from the Stone Pony, large theaters, and Performance Art Centers across the country, as well as corporate events spanning across the globe for over a decade. Sell out crowds are on their feet from the first song to the last.
A saxophonist, a guitarist, a singer/songwriter, and a bandleader, Ken has been described as a purveyor of restless midwestern sentimentality, who searches in his songs for the kinds of truth that’s often best found within oneself. Whether performing as a solo acoustic singer-songwriter or with his full band Cross Kentucky, Ken stays busy, playing 200+ shows a year across the DC, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia region, the eastern seaboard, the midwest, and south.
THE JANGLING REINHARTS came together to provide roots-rock music largely forgotten by other bands. Think: The Band meets Van Morrison and they go out to Stephen Stills’ house and listen to the Monkees while watching a Barenaked Ladies video. This melting pot of music describes what they are all about.