• Hurricane Ruth

    Hurricane Ruth LaMaster is a vocal powerhouse with a style all her own. Hurricane Ruth earned her name because no one believed that such a large sound could come out of such a small woman!

  • Them Rubies

    At a Christmas party in 2015, three women, who had never performed together before, decided to sing a song. The sound that flowed through the room was magical and the ladies knew immediately something wonderful was happening. It was a blend of harmony that said “Sisters,” and just like that, Them Rubies was born!

  • Idlewild South

    Idlewild South is a mixture of stellar musicians coming together the year that Duane Allman would have turned 70 years old.Idlewild South is Bart Walker on guitar and vocals, Grant Garland on guitar and vocals, Michael Dearing on bass and vocals, Cory Distefano on the Hammond B3, Tom Larson with drums and percussion and Jordan Hymon on drums

  • Derek St. Holmes

    Derek St. Holmes was being influenced by the local music scene around the time he acquired his first guitar. As he honed his skills in his parent’s basement, he could not have fathomed that in a little more than a decade he would take the world of rock ‘n’ roll by storm.

  • Bart Walker

    The Bart Walker Band, with Bart Walker on guitar and vocals, Jeremy Middleton on Bass, and Jordan Hymon on Drums.

  • Gary Nicholson as Whitey Johnson

    Gary Nicholson is a roots music superstar — a recording artist, two-time Grammy winning producer, number-one hit songwriter and guitar slinger in the tradition of his native Texas. Besides regularly touring with Delbert McClinton, he’s also Whitey Johnson, the on-stage alter-ego he’s created for his entertaining live performances that embrace humor, hot licks and his catalog of great songs that have been recorded by Bonnie Raitt, Vince Gill, B.B. King, Garth Brooks, Fleetwood Mac and others.

  • Stacy Mitchhart

    Stacy Mitchhart has built a worldwide fan base thanks to phenomenal live performances, national television exposure, radio airplay, loyal enthusiastic fans and aggressive marketing and merchandising campaigns. His masterful guitar work and strong vocals have been the driving forces behind his successful career. He has won numerous industry awards, released 7 CD's and 1 DVD/CD, and holds 13 major endorsements. Stacy Mitchhart actively tours the US and abroad.

  • Rodd Bland and The Members Only Band

    Most would call Rodd Bland Blues royalty. The son of Bobby "Blue" Bland and godson of B.B. King, any musician would envy the opportunity to be among these greats which was a normal everyday thing for Rodd. With traditional blues sounds & feels as his foundation, Rodd's love for music began to manifest as he started playing drums by age three. He began playing double drums in his father's band alongside his brother Tony Coleman. As a result, Bland can equally hold down rhythms in an orchestrated blues big band, but also down and dirty blues injected rock outfits as well.

  • Dianne Davidson

    Nashville is one of those cities with a great musician on every corner so if you don’t know Dianne’s music, you may be scratching your head right now. She’s no hopeful starry-eyed twenty-year-old who just moved here to pursue her dream of hobnobbing with country music elite. Dianne is a born and bred Tennessee baby who’s released seven albums and worked with people like Linda Ronstadt, Tammy Wynette, BB King, and Leon Russell. Her bluesy raise-the-rafters voice wraps itself around original ballads emotional enough to make you cry in your beer and with between songs patter so funny you’ll spit out that said beer. She’s also great at choosing songs by others including Karla Bonoff and John Drummond, all well-crafted songs sung from the heart.

  • Zoë Rae

    Zoë Rae, a Colorado transplant, ended up in Nashville to pursue a career in songwriting and performing, now you can find her playing music on the streets of downtown Nashville on the weekends and performing at events, writer's nights and music venues around Nashville and outskirts.