Michelle Lewis writes happy songs that bring tears, and sad songs that evoke smiles. Her music is rich with melody, and her lyrics seek beauty in the face of sadness. Too refined to call folk and too personal to call pop, as a singer/songwriter Michelle's music is uniquely intimate, and surprisingly polished. As a storyteller, she writes intensely visual songs that explore the emotional remainders in burgeoning and breaking relationships.
Michelle Lewis picked up her father's acoustic guitar at the age of…
Keith Rea has spent nearly his entire lifetime in and around the music business. He began singing with the Marion Boys’ Club Singers (Marion, Indiana) at the age of 9 and started taking drum lessons soon afterward. Keith played percussion in the junior high school band, and was the drummer for the high school vocal group “The Madrigals” for two years. He also started playing drums with a local garage band in 8th grade.
In college at Indiana University, Keith learned piano in the class room and guitar in…
John Batdorf is a singer-songwriter solo artist and one half of Las Vegas Rock and Roll Hall Of Famers folk-rock duo Batdorf & Rodney. He’s also a successful film and TV composer, session vocalist, and inspirational musician in the substance recovery community.
In his four-decade career, he’s worked with icons such as Ahmet Ertegun, David Geffen, Clive Davis, Rod Stewart, Donna Summer, Dwight Yoakum, David Lee Roth, and Mötley Crüe, plus many others. In the realm of film and TV incidental music, he’s lent…
Donna Lynn Caskey is an innovative clawhammer “Banjo Gal,” as she is known, and so much more. A strong songwriter, her work simultaneously acknowledges life’s difficulties and offers a genuine message of hope. Her sound retains a timeless quality that hearkens back to traditional old-time mountain music and bluegrass while artfully exploring contemporary subject matter. Audiences appreciate Donna Lynn’s heartfelt, playful, and engaging stage presence and the opportunity to sing along during performances.
John Muirhead is a solo folk-rock storyteller. Inspired by the songwriting greats (Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, John K Samson), Muirhead tells tales of love, loss, and coming of age over a vibrant acoustic backdrop. He is currently working on his debut EP while bringing is passionate live show across the country.
Muirhead spent his youth playing guitar in various bands before hitting the road with an acoustic guitar at the age of 18. Since then he has traveled across Ontario, sharing his passion for… Read more
That simple line atop Elephant Revival’s Facebook page contains only five words, but reveals volumes about the band’s reason for being. Music unites us in ways that no other medium can. Even when we don’t understand one another’s languages — we can be moved by a rhythm, soothed by a song. Brought together by a unified sense of purpose — the spirit of five souls working as one, in harmony, creating sounds they could never produce alone.
The five souls in Elephant Revival…
Taking her background as a classically trained cellist and flipping the script a bit, Sarah Clanton brings an infectious energy rarely seen by typical singer-songwriters. Wielding a cello and a sultry voice, Clanton delivers poetic gems to an ever growing audience. The summer of 2015 marks the release of a stripped down collection of original songs. This self titled EP follows her debut full-length album in 2013 with Grammy nominated producer and Americana livewire, David Mayfield, that resulted in a… Read more
Robert Nash is a soulful independent singer-songwriter who currently lives and creates music in Sydney, Australia. Drawing inspiration from artists such as Elliott Smith and Bob Dylan, Nash’s songs are confessional and autobiographical in nature.
Striving to be a truly independent artist, Nash began learning about home recording and music production, setting up a small home studio, and producing his debut album The Ghost of Your Old Love.
The album features Robert Nash playing acoustic, electric and bass…Read more
[Crys Matthews] sounds like how a glass of iced tea tastes: familiar, comfortable and refreshing...Fans of Tracy Chapman and Ani DiFranco will find plenty to love with this album, as Matthews shares her gifts of telling simultaneously intimate and relatable stories, all while continuing to refine her own unique brand of R&B folk." - Rachel Shatto (Curve Magazine)
Crys Matthews blends Americana, folk, jazz, blues, bluegrass and funk into a bold, complex performance steeped in traditional melodies and…Read more