Tupelo Honey

Having arrived on the Cincinnati music scene over three years ago, Tupelo Honey has become one of the city's favorite folk rock bands. Their songs are a mix of simple melodies powered by lyrics evoking a myriad of emotion on the part of their audiences. They have captured the harmonic grace of the Indigo Girls, Dixie Chics, Patty Griffin, and Janis Joplin to produce the unique sound that is signature "Tupelo Honey."

Winner of the 2007 Cincinnati Entertainment Award in the Folk-Americana category, the band is regularly playing on WEBN, WNKU and WVXU. They were also recently honored to sing the national anthem at the Kentucky Motor Speedway and were featured on WXIX Channel 19.

Kraig Kenning

Call him contemporary folk, blues, roots rock, American Fingerstyle or Americana. Regardless of the genres crossed, Kraig Kenning manages to leave every audience feeling like they've just spent some quality time with an old friend. Few artists are as capable of connecting so directly with such diverse listeners while playing over 200 dates a year, receiving airplay on 40 stations nationwide, and selling 60,000+ recordings of six self-produced CDs. But Kenning has shaped himself into one of the most capable performers on the planet, touring non-stop for the past decade. "There is an exchange at a spiritual level in a great performance.

Matt DelRossi

Matt DelRossi is a singer, a songwriter, a performer, and a guitar-slinger, who blends Blues, Folk, Rock, Soul, and Americana with a powerful voice and authoritative guitar work. His songs are timeless, with lyrics that shoot straight to the center of human emotion. As a well-known name in his home base of Austin, TX, Matt has played a countless number of shows, sharing stage bills with artists such as Bobby Whitlock and CoCo Carmel, Bob Schneider, and Pinetop Perkins. He's currently working on his first official studio release with 4-time Grammy award winning producer/engineer Randy Miller.

Kevin Stonerock

With the advent of the Americana genre, Kevin Stonerock has finally found a place to hang his hat. For the first two decades of his career, he never quite knew where he fit in. "When I was getting started, my music was too folk for the rock market, too country for the folk crowd and too rock and roll for mainstream country. I finally gave up trying to please the 'suits' and just kept writing. It's good to have a niche after all these years."