Rock band from Atlanta, Georgia.

Stephen Pigman is an all original music one-man jam band based out of St. Augustine, FL. His funky folky feel will get you groovin’! Thoughtful and poetic lyrics combine with a magnetic stage presence to take the audience on a journey through musical styles and experimentation.

Kendall Levesque is an Indie/Pop artist from Thomson G.A.
His driving force behind his music is the fact that music has power.
He loves helping people and he loves to lose his self behind his guitar.
“My music is the one place that I feel truly confident” – Kendall Levesque
Hope, Love, Rock-n-Roll

Mitchell has been cutting his teeth on stages all over the United States for several years as both a Singer/Songwriter & Actor. He and his band maintain a hefty touring schedule; 2017 & 2018 saw them clock in over 200 shows each year all over the US. Ferguson got his start as a songwriter serving as the frontman of the Dallas based Psych-Rock band The Louisiana Purchase. After releasing several albums in that outfit, Ferguson took the dive into his solo career. In 2015, he released his debut solo album In Search of Certainty. After several tours and various acting gigs across the US, the road brought Ferguson to St. Louis, Missouri in early 2017, where he recorded his sophomore EP Basement Statements at Native Sound Recording.

In between tour legs in the Spring of 2018, Mitchell recorded several new songs at Modern Electric Sound Recorders in Dallas, TX with producer Jason BurtThe first of these songs to see the world was “Cry”, released on June 2nd, 2018. The rest is coming. So stay tuned.

Some of the artists that Mitchell has shared the stage with in 2018: Ryan Bingham, Margo Price, Whiskey Myers, Shakey Graves, Charley Crockett, Parker McCollum, Flatland Cavalry, William Clark Green, Rayland Baxter, David Ramirez, Ray Wylie Hubbard, The Texas Gentlemen, Lilly Hiatt, and David Ryan Harris.

Austin Bishop is a singer/ songwriter from Piedmont, Alabama.  Austin found his love of music at the young age of six when he began singing in the church choir.  Since learning to play guitar just two years ago, his biggest influences in both songwriting and music are Chris Stapleton, Tyler Childers, Luke Combs, Johnny Cash, and Merle Haggard.  A lover of all kinds of music, Austin’s writing inspiration comes from his own personal experiences- both good and bad.  He tells his stories through his lyrics.  Being raised by his grandparents, he was brought up as he calls it, “the old school way” and learned to respect everyone no matter who they are or where they come from. 

Austin has written with several artists that come from a similar background and can relate to his experiences- mostly just by sharing their stories of growing up and crazy events. Austin has written with Tyler Reeve and Thomas Archer, two of the top singer/ songwriters in Nashville with both number ones and several top tens on their resume.  Austin’s debut EP “That’s What Made Us” is set to be released in April 2019 by Nashville’s 3rd Lion Productions.

Halem Albright (guitarist, vocalist, songwriter) was born and raised in Atlanta, Ga. Brought up among music lovers, he began to show an early interest in music. Halem started playing guitar and writing music at 14 and went on to be involved in several bands and music projects that toured the southeast(one of which Halem founded “The Green Light Council”, was an Athens Flagpole award winner).

He started working on his debut album “Don’t Listen To Me” in 2010 with some of Atlanta and Athens’ greatest producers and musicians, showing his musical maturity with diverse styles ranging from pop-oriented rock songs, supported by moving guitar work and beautiful background vocals to reggae and Americana influenced anthems, with accompanying powerful horn sections and high energy percussion. The album was produced with the help of some of Atlanta and Athens’ finest producers such as John Keane of R.E.M. and Widespread Panic fame and Jeff Mosier, who has worked with bands like Phish. The album also has the contributions of some of Georgia’s best musicians, namely keyboardist Ike Stubblefield, guitarist Davis Causey, and drummer Duane Trucks, to name a few.

In 2013 “The Halem Albright Band” was formed, consisting of Halem Albright on vocals/lead guitar, well known Atlanta keyboardist Spencer Pope, bassist Dustin Fennell, and Nathan Bartlett on drums with John McCoy on percussion/vocals(both previous bandmates with Halem in “The Green Light Council). And in 2015, The H.A.B. had the honor of winning the “AthFest People’s Choice Awards” to be a part of the Athens’ festival’s compilation album. The Halem Albright Band’s first album “Through Human Eyes” was released in August of 2017.

Throughout his music career, Halem has shared bills with established music veterans such as Col. Bruce Hampton, Leftover Salmon and The Disco Biscuits(among many others). With a first solo album this strong and appealing and a jaw-dropping live show supported by some of Atlanta’s best musicians, Halem is sure to look forward to a whole lotta great music-making…

Singer-songwriters are a dime a dozen. Cody Woody’s are rare. Cody plays traditional country music and traditional bluegrass music as well. With a unique sound, style, and mandolin chops, Cody is sure to entertain and not disappoint. He has also traveled extensive miles across the country playing his songs along with other artists including Hayseed Dixie playing the mandolin.

Music has always been one of the largest influences in Neal’s life. From his early teenage years, he knew that music had a powerful hold over his future. Whether it was playing guitar, singing, or writing, in some shape or form, music would always find it’s way back into his life. With influences such as Dave Van Ronk, Townes Van Zandt, to Jason Isbell, and Ryan Adams, Neal’s songwriting remains focused on telling the condition of the soul. With his heart on his sleeve with every performance, Neal believes that the best songs stem from honesty.

Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Neal was quickly moved around the world with his family. From Egypt, Canada, it wasn’t until his teenage years in Argentina that he discovered the guitar and quickly realized that his life would never be the same. From an early age, Neal’s worldview was very different than most. At many turns in his life, his cultural surroundings exposed him to poverty and sickness in many Third World countries. Upon returning to Oklahoma as a teenager, he quickly saw that many of the same problems existed in different capacities at home in the most rural areas of his home state. It is with every line that he crafts that he seeks to expose the truth and honesty of those around him searching for the words to describe feelings they cannot name.

Neal currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee and has performed in Nashville and surrounding states for the past 3 years. He is a reoccurring songwriter with the Bluebird Cafe’s Sunday Songwriter Night and Songnest Live. He has performed as a solo musician and guitar player at countless venues in the Nashville area as well as around the country.