The Cramer Bros w/Tim Haines
We are an acoustic trio, performing tunes ranging from the Beatles classic up through modern tunes. Not too loud...not too soft...just right!
Dixie Dust is an all female celebration of Southern Classic Rock. Not only are the girls professional musicians with impeccable skills, they are also quite easy on the eyes and full of energy for an entertaining stage show! The girls decided on the Southern Rock genre in particular according to lead guitarist Susan because “it's a genre that we all love and enjoy, but where women are sometimes under-represented and it was a good excuse to get together to party- southern style!”.https://www.facebook.com/dixiedustband/
Savage Road is a high-energy country and southern rock band based out of Western Maryland. Five of the area's most accomplished musicians have come together to create a new sound that is spreading throughout the region like wildfire. The band stays busy and works hard to put on the best show possible by keeping the setlist fresh and exciting. A Savage Road show is filled with excitement and energy from the first beat of the night to the very last roar of the crowd. Members of the band have opened for some pretty well known names in the music industry: Chris Janson, the Kentucky Headhunters, Confederate Railroad, Little Texas, David Lee Murphy, the Josh Abbott Band, Casey Donahew – and that's just to name a few. Each band member brings talent, experience and influences to the table – and when those ingredients are mixed – out comes something truly magical. One thing's for sure – if you come to a Savage Road show – you will not leave disappointed.
From the MD/VA region, "SO LOW" has been in existence since July of 2009. As vehicle for it's lead singer/guitarist Dean Cramer's original music, he gathered the best people to fill out the band's original lineup: guitarist Justin Parks, bassist Edmund Allan Brown & drummer Murray Gornall. Fast forward to the present, 2012, Dean reformed the band with new members Gregory James Reigle on guitar and Ted Hile on drums. Taking their music from state to state, they bring with them their special brand of rock 'n roll, with not only something great to hear, but something for the eyes to boot! In July of 2010 the band accepted an invite to cross the country to play the world famous Whisky A Go-Go in Hollywood, CA. Following that in August, "SO LOW" beat out over 80 other bands in the "Guitar Center's Open For KISS" contest, kicking off the show at Live Nation's Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, VA (they were hand picked by KISS themselves!). What's the future hold for "SO LOW"? More touring, more fans, maybe another full-length CD. Make sure and check out the bands first full-length CD released in 2011. One of the cuts, "Loose", has been released as a single and has ranked as one of the most requested songs by a non-major label act. "SO LOW" hopes that you'll stop by for a musical treat that only they can deliver...c'mon-you deserve it!
Richie Fields' smooth country baritone has already given this up-and-coming recording artist four well-received radio singles and a #1 music video for “Man Enough To Cry” (Y'all Wire). Known for his energetic live shows and ability to connect with his audience, Richie has toured nationally, playing at many of the country’s most renowned venues, and has opened for many of Country Music’s biggest names. Most recently, Richie opened the show for WPOC’s “Sunday in the Country”, at Merriweather Post Pavilion, in a lineup including Josh Turner, Joe Nichols, The Band Perry, Brantley Gilbert, Steel Magnolia, Hunter Hayes, and Frankie Ballard.