David Mayfield

David Mayfield grew up in a musical household in Northeast Ohio, he began playing bass with his family band "One Way Rider" at the age of 12. By the time he turned 18, he had already won several awards for guitar & mandolin, recorded with Grammy award winning musicians, toured nationally, and sang his own original material on the coveted "Grand Ole Opry" Since then David has performed with acts like Malibu Storm, The Larkins, Corinne West, Dave Evans & Riverbend, Hit & Run Bluegrass, & his sister Jessica Lea Mayfield. In 2006 David moved to Nashville, TN and instantly began touring with Country Star Andy Griggs. Playing guitar, banjo, mandolin, and singing high harmony vocals.

Black Diamond Heavies

The Black Diamond Heavies hail from the southern States of America but spend most of their time in a blue Van or a white van unleashing their punk-ass bues all over the world "This Tennessee-Hailing Duo have produced a debut of filthy Southern blues that makes the Black Keys seem like choirboys" --NME

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"the Heavies like to keep things as raw and ground-up as dirt - drums with a trashcan rattle that sound huge and far away (like they were recorded in a wide-open space down the street) and overdriven Fender Rhodes. That's all there is to it, but then again, there's so much more." --Phoenix New Times

David Dondero

“An All-American troubadour. Simple Love full of road-weary Americana. Songs that document that love is anything but simple. Funny stories full of sarcasm, contempt at times and sentimentality. Lots of ups and down.” – My Old Kentucky Blog

John Harden Pope

Pianist and vocalist John Harden Pope takes American folk material, old jazz tunes, or most anything that sound “rootsy” and turns it into his own style of “Roots Jazz”. Original songs figure into the mix as well as tunes from Jelly Roll Morton, Tom Waits, Bessie Smith, Bob Dylan, Mose Alison, Thelonious Monk, and the Beatles. Come hear jazz, blues, folk and gospel get mashed up in the same pot! When properly blended the results can be powerful. John will be bringing his own piano (a real one) and will be joined by acoustic bassist Owen Reynolds.