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Book Verses for your next event.

VERSES is a band from Australia that is about to be signed to a major label soon, with the labels calling them a more mature Hillsong Young and Free. They have played shows with Hillsong United, Hillsong Young and Free, and many more. They will be helping lead worship next year at all of Kingdom Youth Conferences around the world!... read full bio

Ryley Walker

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Ryley Walker is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist from Illinois. A true guitar player, Walker performs an alternative sounds that can be classified as a mix of indie, folk, and blues. He has released several EPs and albums. His debut album, Primrose Green, included jazz and experimental musicians like Fred Lonberg-Holm. Walkers later album was fully instrumental, comprised of mostly... read full bio

Horse Feathers

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Formed in Portland, Oregon, the American indie folk rock band Horse Feathers has been bringing quality music to audiences since its formation. Singer/songwriter Justin Ringle moved to Portland and began playing acoustic music in various open mics. Peter Broderick heard a couple of Ringle's demos and was immediately drawn towards him. Peter tracked down Ringle through the interent and helped... read full bio

Ashla Taylor

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Ashla Taylor is a triple threat- singer, model, and actress- that will leave you breathless. Across the country, Taylor has delivered exceptional confidence and personality in all of her performances. At the age of twelve, Taylor began runway modeling, working in print and commercials. She then started singing in church, which led her to collaborating with 'Plus One', providing back... read full bio

David Ramirez

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Traveling singer-songwriter David Ramirez most recently released his newest album, Fables, through Thirty Tigers. He explains that he doesnt want to just put more noise into the world. [He] want[s] to put something out there that means something to [him]. At the beginning of his music career, Ramirez traveled completely by himself. He eventually added a band and manager to... read full bio

Julie Byrne

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Julie Byrne hails from Buffalo, New York. Influenced by her fathers guitar playing, Byrne creates her music with the same style. Her guitar playing is paired with ethereal vocals, delivering an angelic folk sound. She has released two studio albums, Rooms With Walls and Windows and Not Even Happiness. Byrne has been featured on Pitchfork and in the Guardian.... read full bio

A. A. Bondy

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Auguste Arthur Bondy, or A. A. Bondy, is an alternative folk artist from Birmingham, Alabama. His mellow music is comprised of guitar, vocals, and sometimes harmonica. The artist has released three albums and has received notice for single songs in each album. His song Killed Myself When I Was Young was used in Friday Night Lights. A Slow Parade was... read full bio


Book Femina for your next event.

Femina is a rap fusion group made up of three women from San Martin de los Andes. Their music is a combination of traditional Latin beats and melodies, folk vocals, and funky rap. Femina represents diverse regions, wanting to deliver a global music sound. They released their first album Deshice de mi independently, and their second album Traspasa was released... read full bio

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever

Book Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever for your next event.

Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever is an indie rock band from Melbourne, Australia, comprised of memebers Tom Russo, Fran Keaney, Marcie Tussie, Joe Russo, and Joe White. The band released their debut EP entitled Talk Tight, followed by their second EP entitled The French Press. The French Press was released to positive critical reviews, and it received an 8.1 out of... read full bio

Marlon Williams

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Marlon Williams hails from New Zealand, delivering classic and captivating vocals. His music performances are effortless, songwriting skills are intricate, and his voice is beautiful. Inspired by personal events in his life, Williams draws out his emotions in each song. Williams sound can be described as country, folk, rock, and indie. His music can be cinematic or quiet- he incorporates... read full bio

The Dunwells

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From Leeds, Yorkshire, the British folk rock band, The Dunwells, bring a sense of familiarity, yet timeless sound, to their songs. Consisting of two brothers and two cousins, the five piece band create a memorable experience. The Dunwells consists of Joseph Dunwell on vocals and guitar; David Dunwell on vocals, guitars, piano, and banjo; Jonny Lamb on vocals and... read full bio


Book Limeliters for your next event.

The Limeliters are a folk music group formed by Lou Gottlieb (bass), Alex Hassilev (baritone), and Glenn Yarbrough (tenor). The group was active from 1959 until 1965, when they disbanded. After a hiatus of sixteen years Yarbrough, Hassilev, and Gottlieb reunited and began performing as The Limeliters again. The Limeliters are still active and performing, but Hassilev,... read full bio

Joules Graves

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Raw, beautiful, and wildJoules Graves music is vibrant and deep, with a natural folk wisdom. She uses drums, guitar and sometimes just her voice. She was born in Missouri, and eventually came to live in Washington. This is where Joules Graves developed her own voice, and taught herself to play guitar, living in a cabin out in the woods. She... read full bio

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