The Hooten Hallers are a blues, soul, and rock n’ roll band from Columbia, MO. They are: John Randall(Guitar/Vocals), Andy Rehm(Drums/Vocals) and Kellie Everett(Bass & Baritone Saxophones). Known for their raucous live shows and influenced heavily by the canon of American roots music, this hard touring band does everything in their power to bring that music to you. They have produced a number of self-releases since forming in 2007, but most recently released Greetings from Welp City(2012) and Chillicothe Fireball(2014) on Big Muddy Records. With another release brewing for 2015, The Hooten Hallers have every intention of driving ’til the wheels fall off.
Dr. Herman Green:Count Basie, Miles Davis, and Lionel Hampton. His best friend was fellow Hampton band member, John Coltrane, B.B. King, Isaac Hayes, Booker T. and the MGs, the list goes on….
Willie Waldman:Banyan, Rob Wasserman, Perry Farrell ,Tupac Shakur, Sublime, Snoop Dogg
Studio soundtracks such as Tombstone, Under Siege 2, 101 Dalmatians and television shows Homeland and True Detective.
Come celebrate with Michelle and her trio as they play songs from the EP along with other classics, along with lineup of celebrated Utah artists to break your heart and set it right again.
Ashlee K Thomas
Bird In The Trees
Triggers and Slips
Michelle Moonshine Trio
Wyatt Lowe is cocktail mix of vintage 50s rockabilly/blues, American Roots, and “Analog Rock N Roll” (Social Distortion meets Jimmie Vaughan). The band consists of Wyatt Lowe (Lead Guitar/Vocals) and the Mayhem Kings; Marty Camino (upright Bass), Pete Closson (Drums), and Jason Fritts (Saxophone). Wyatt Lowe has quickly turned into a hot new artist with potent power focused on playing driving, soulful Rockabilly, Blues and Roots.
Sunday 7/12/15 Free Show 7-9 pm Paul came up listening to the best of solid-gold honky tonk and traditional country music. You can hear it in his songs. His heart lies with bits and pieces of every strain of southern sound. You’re sure to catch drops of blues, southern rock, and even a little folk […]
Saturday 7/11/15 $5 The Reverend Deadeye is the Reverend’s son of a Reverend’s son. He spent his youth handlin’ snakes and performin’ at tent revivals alongside his Pentecostal family on the Navajo reservation in Arizona. This sacred musical heritage finds its way prominently into his performances. But don’t expect a Sunday mornin’ church service at […]