Lucky Pineapple

Lucky Pineapple is comprised of an unlikely combination of classically trained musicians, veterans of the Louisville punk scene, theater performers, improvisational noise artists and all around unique individuals.

Johnson's Crossroad

Johnson's Crossroad is taking their love of the old time mountain music, bluegrass, and the Texas singer/songwriters of the 1970's and putting their own stamp on the ever widening and increasingly popular 'Americana' genre. The band was born in the bars of small town Lewisburg, WV. Johnson's Crossroad performed the old songs they love and began to craft their own material. As audiences began to grow founding members Paul Johnson and Keith Minguez decided to head south over the Blue Ridge Mountains to the budding music scene of beautiful Asheville, NC where they found like-minded musicians and formed a touring band.

Little Maggie

Little Maggie is a pair of Lexington songwriters whose songs have been covered by some respected musicians. Karah's original "Mourning Cloak" appears on Laurie Lewis' (with The Right Hands) CD "The Golden West" (Hightone Records 2006). "Mourning Cloak" saw airplay on XM Radio's Bluegrass Junction and the country playlist of Lufthansa Airlines. Sing Out Magazine's review of the CD singled out the cut for praise as "a real gem." Bob has three cuts on guitar god Jim Hurst's most recent CD, "Box of Chocolates" (2007). Jim has been nominated for IBMA Guitar Player of the Year every year since 2001, and won in 2001 and 2002.

Mitch Barrett

Mitch Barrett is one of folk music’s most sought-after and talented singer/songwriters. His approach to lyrical storytelling is true ‘Americana’, rooted in authentic experience, not just a record label’s genre. Mitch’s music draws from his Appalachian heritage and the values it instilled: agrarian work ethic, simple living, the importance of family and celebrating the joys and the struggles of everyday life through music and song.