John Frinzi

John Frinzi blends folk, pop and country, delivering a sunny, laid-back beach vibe.  A gifted singer and songwriter, Frinzi has built an audience through craft and originality.  An early demo caught the ear of legendary steel guitarist Doyle Grisham, a longtime member of Jimmy Buffett’s Coral Reefer Band, and their working relationship led to John’s first album, “Into The Dawn.”  His second release, “Shoreline,” showcases Frinzi’s versatility as a songwriter and vocalist with many of the songs co-written by Tom Corcoran, co-writer of the Buffett classics,“Fins,” and “Cuban Crime of Passion”.  Most recently, John teamed up with multi-platinum songwriter and producer Aaron Scherz to release “Blue Sky View”.  Singles from all of these albums remain in regular rotation on Sirius/XM’s Radio Margaritaville.

A seasoned live performer, Frinzi has toured nationally, performed in the Caribbean and Europe and has been featured at major festivals including Musikfest, Keith Sykes Songwriters Celebration, Key West Songwriters Festival, Pensacola Beach Songwriters Festival and has shared the stage with acclaimed artists including Jesse Winchester, Mac McAnally, The Coral Reefer Band, Todd Snider, and Maria Muldaur.

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Floating Collective

Bringing together generations and decades of musical experience, Floating Collective was born with members Mick Utley, Brendan Mayer and Erin McAnally at the helm. By making it a collective, the idea is that others can collaborate and come and go like floats in the ocean. All three children of members of the Coral Reefer Band, Floating Collective is a testament to the bond of the creative and familial connections of a band of musicians who have been inextricably linked for decades. 

On the Run, the first single from the collective embodies a need for escape in a time when so many are wishing they could travel. It strings together various stories from the lives of its authors and highlights seamlessly blended harmonies in a Laurel Canyon-inspired sound.

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Taylor Goyette

A Florida native, Taylor Goyette’s music roots run deep, he comes from a music family. His dad, Grandfather and all five of his fathers siblings were vocally and musically gifted. Taylor grew up with Monthly gatherings planned by his mother and grandmother that were centered around music. To say Goyette had a natural born talent for writing, performing and singing is an understatement, it was in his DNA. At 14 he wrote his first song on guitar playing the three chords his dad taught him. In 2014 he made the move to Nashville to make use of the songwriting talent he had been fostering since he was a young boy. Once there, Goyette started writing songs with eclectic blends of genres best described as “ A little bit old school country, a little bit rock and roll and a little bit drunk on the beach”. Taylors ability to combine both nostalgia and mainstream to lyrics and melodies is the sum of musical influences that include Eric Church, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Johnny Cash and Hank Williams Sr.

“I still don’t know if we find purpose or create purpose. I’ve gone back and forth between the two notions since I embarked on this journey.” ~ Taylor Goyette

Being an entertainer comes natural to Taylor Goyette, he brings electricity to a room with his energetic stage presence and leaves crowds wanting for more with his ability to capture a room with his powerful vocals. Taylor’s versatile palette will leave you somewhere between reminiscing and dancing like nobody’s watching.

“The journey of life is the ultimate mirror of ourselves. Who we were, who we are, and who we will be.” ~ Taylor Goyette

Taylor Goyette’s sound has been compared to the likes of Eric Church, Jack Johnson, Steve Earle, Bradley James Nowell and Bob Seger. Taylor had the opportunity to work on his debut single with Emmy Award winning songwriter and producer Trey Bruce. Goyette is currently working on his sophomore project and is touring regionally.

Brian Ashley Jones

Brian Ashley Jones is a soulful singer, acclaimed guitarist, and versatile touring songwriter whose guitar-driven Blues and Country tunes have been featured in film, television and radio and have been recorded by Greg Humphries, Hudson K, Donna Hopkins, Diane Michel, Christian Elvestad, Doug Jones and other performing artists. Originally from Upstate South Carolina and a longtime resident of East Nashville, TN, Brian performs internationally at festivals, concert series, clubs, and music education programs.

Jones’ guitar chops and relentless touring earned him a nomination for Best American Roots Guitar Player in the Alternate Root’s 2011 Reader’s Choice Awards. Brian has accompanied a diverse batch of artists on stage and in the recording studio including Grammy Award winning songwriter Jon Vezner, Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame inductee Jerry Foster, Kimberley Dahme of the iconic rock band Boston, Eric Heatherly, Kate Purcell (Ireland), Caroline Aiken, Alice Wallace, Thom Shepherd, Sara Hickman, Donna Hopkins, David Gans (Grateful Dead Hour), Corinne West, Doug Jones, Donovan Roberts, Jeff Black, Diane Durrett, Ralph Roddenbery, Deep Blue Sun, Celeste Krenz, Wyatt Easterling, and Spuyten Duyvil.

Jones’ 3rd CD of original songs entitled Out Of The City features collaborations with Jonell Mosser, Suzi Ragsdale, Ike Stubblefield, Kevin McKendree, and more!

Brian’s 2007 release, Courier, made the Top 40 of the Roots Music Report, broke the Top 100 of the Americana Music Association’s album chart, and has received widespread commercial, college, public, and international radio play. The swampy instrumental “Pull ’em Up” has been featured in the widely acclaimed PBS television series “Road Trip Nation” and “Free To Miss You” has been featured in the British ITV2 network television show “Amanda Holden’s Fantasy Lives”.

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Matt Szlachetka

‘Young Heart, Old Soul’, the upcoming third album from roots-rock singer/songwriter Szlachetka, unfolds like the soundtrack to a cross-country road trip. Filled with heartland hooks, folk melodies, and searing electric guitar, these songs draw a line between Los Angeles — where he lived for years, soaking up the warm harmonies and jangling riffs of the city’s folk-rock icons — and his new home in Nashville, TN, the epicenter of modern-day Americana.

For the past half-decade, he’s been building his audience show-by-show, touring for more than 200 days a year.  Matt has been earning praise from outlets like ‘Rolling Stone Country’, who hailed his catalog of “road-dog roots-rockers and Americana ballads.” ‘Young Heart, Old Soul’ finds him in transit once again, writing songs about a country torn apart by politics yet united by a common spirit. Produced by Scott Underwood, the Grammy-winning co-founder of Train, and largely recorded at Nashville’s legendary Blackbird Studios, ‘Young Heart, Old Soul’ offers its own version of amplified Americana music. ‘Young Heart, Old Soul’ is also a record about home — the homes we leave behind, the homes we temporarily visit, and the homes we build with others. Maybe that’s why these 11 songs feel so grounded. After all, Szlachetka — whose self-made success includes high-profile shows alongside Brandi Carlile, Mike Campbell, and Blackberry Smoke’s Charlie Starr, and Benji Shanks; regular appearances on SiriusXM’s Tom Petty Radio; and his own DittyTV program, ‘Vinyl Recipes’, which combines his love for music, cooking, and cocktails — isn’t running anymore. Instead, he’s finally arrived.

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Cara Louise

Cara Louise, born Cara Louise Wegener, is a singer-songwriter from St. Louis, MO, now residing in Nashville, TN.  Louise’s unique and soulful sound comes from her powerful and emotive vocal chops. The artist’s extensive range, coupled with inspired melodies and sincere, relatable lyricism, set her aside as a true force of nature. Originally fronting Cara Louise Band from 2013-2018 Cara cut her teeth playing open mic nights, dive bars, and honky-tonks regionally around St. Louis City. During that time, Cara released two EP’s and an LP via Gaslight Records, each thoroughly inspired by golden country and the 70’s Nashville sound. In 2019, Cara dropped the “Band” from her name, and released a new EP, “Fragile Heart”, produced by David Beeman at Native Sound Studios, and released via Soul Step Records. “Fragile Heart” redefined the artist’s sound and built a strong foundation where her signature meld of indie-rock, folk, and Americana could begin to coalesce.

Cara has toured her music nationally, and has opened for notable acts such as Margo Price, Nikki Lane, James McMurtry, Hayes Carll, and more. Cara has played Twangfest, Open Highway Music Festival, Musician’s Corner and more. Cara will embark on a release tour in Fall of 2022, in support of her latest LP “Wholesome Dread”, show dates and times TBA. Recording and touring band members include Scotti Iman, PJ Schreiner, Simon Chervitz, Dylan Lancaster, Nigel Solomon, and Buddy Schumaker; as well as husband, frequent collaborator, and co-writer, Adam Donald. Cara’s music would pair well with fans of Sharon Van Etten, Stevie Nicks, Broken Social Scene, and Brandi Carlile. Her latest single “Empty Me” is available now everywhere music is streamed, with more singles to be released along the way. “Wholesome Dread” will release via Soul Step Records Sep. 30th, 2022.

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Christopher Walters

New Orleans born pianist/singer/composer Chris Walters relocated to Nashville to tour
as Music Director & pianist for Barbara Mandrell. Upon her retirement in 1997 he
became pianist for the band Alabama, touring and recording with them from 1997-
2004. He toured as Music Director/pianist for Sony Music Masterworks Recording Artist
& Hall of Fame Songwriter JD Souther, opening each show with a set of his own original
music. He also tours as keyboardist with The Alison Brown Quartet, The Peter Mayer
Group, and The Jeff Coffin Mu’tet. He’s performed with the Nashville Symphony
Orchestra and recorded the soundtrack for a documentary film scored by Bela Fleck. At
the age of 18, he was a finalist in the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra’s Gershwin
competition. Chris attended the Jazz Studies Program at Webster University in St. Louis
and was listed by them as a notable alumnus in Downbeat magazine. His debut album,
“Strange Fruit”, was featured on National Public Radio’s “Jazz South” program. Chris
followed that with “Cool Blue Swing” (2003) and “Yay! Everybody, Yay!” (2012),
recordings that include his original compositions as well as works by Alberto Ginastera
and Cole Porter, and feature orchestral arrangements around his small band
performances. He has released two recent albums, “Boneyard Thieves” (2018), an
album of original songs and the Grammy nominated “Whisper & Howl” (2019), an
album of original instrumental Surrealist Pop. He is also an award-winning animator.
Two of his animated shorts won first place at the 2005 Key West IndieFest Film Festival.

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Sarah Aili

Sarah Aili is a Nashville based Singer, Songwriter, Writer and Actor originally from Northern California and a bit of NYC. With roots in Americana, Pop & Jazz Music and a love for storytelling, Sarah has an out of the box approach to her music and writing that spans over each of these genres and has performed on stages that cater both to the belly of music and the heart of theater. Not one to sit still, Sarah splits her time between tour life as a singer songwriter, studio time as an in demand Nashville session singer/writer and is consistently involved in the Theater Scene in and outside of Nashville. She has a new single newly released, BOUNDARY, produced by Radney Foster, Matthew Szlachetka and Corey Congilio, another single coming out this Fall and most recently was one of the actors recording the original cast album of Ahrens and Flaherty’s new Music Theater Project, KNOXVILLE, at Powerstation in NYC. She’ll be performing at this year’s Mile of Music Festival in Appleton, WI (August 4-7) as well as a slew of other shows in and outside the Nashville area.

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Wildfire Acoustic

The HOTTEST country band in the Midwest, Wildfire brings a non-stop party with fresh high-energy arrangements of your favorite country songs. With this being a more mellow Wildfire, the duo or trio plays acoustic versions of the Wildfire setlist, perfect for any type of event!

The duo consists of female vocals and male vocals/guitar. The trio consists of female vocals, male vocals/acoustic guitar, and percussion. This group is sure to bring a fun spin on all of your favorite country songs.

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Scott Kirby

Singer, songwriter, guitarist, storyteller, traveler and road warrior are all words that aptly describe Scott Kirby. Finishing songs while driving through the Italian countryside, performing 100 plus live shows throughout the US and Canada, touring Ireland with 50 fans in tow, and recording his tenth album in Nashville, all keep the barnacles off this modern-day troubadour.

A creative lyricist and accomplished finger-style acoustic guitarist with an expressive voice, Kirby describes himself as a direct descendent of the ’70s singer/songwriter movement. His very first 45 was a Beatles record, and he came of musical age listening to James Taylor and other great songwriters of that era. He has never received any formal musical training, but often credits Taylor with teaching him how to play the acoustic guitar. “If it weren’t for the hundreds of solitary hours in my room in Concord, New Hampshire, with a guitar and a James Taylor book, I never would have learned to play,” says Kirby. Speaking of New Hampshire and musical influences, let’s not forget fellow New Hampshire native Tom Rush who was taking the folk scene by storm in Kirby’s formative years. Coincidentally, Kirby connected with both of these artists in Key West 30 years later, which is a whole other story.

After a few years in high school bands and a stint in his early 20s as a bass guitarist with a group, Kirby drifted away from music and became immersed in a career in politics: managing campaigns, writing and producing radio and TV ads, and overseeing the office of a leader in the New Hampshire legislature. He was also guitarless for eight years! In 1988, however, after tiring of the political rat race and the length and severity of New England winters, he bought a new guitar, relentlessly practiced his chops, and planned his escape. Six months later Kirby was living in Key West and performing five nights a week on a balmy beach facing the Gulf of Mexico.

Kirby started writing songs after some inspirational late-night words from legendary songwriter Shel Silverstein and further encouragement from Peter Mayer, who had just joined the Coral Reefer Band. A year later he found himself recording his first CD, Too Damn Yankee, in Jimmy Buffett’s Shrimpboat Sound Studio with Peter and Jim Mayer and Roger Guth. “This was a very lucky break for me, but I was in a bit over my head,” says Kirby. “Peter, Jim and Roger were incredibly patient with me and it was a fantastic learning experience.”

Between 1993 and 2006, Kirby continued to write new material and recorded four more CDs with Key West producer/engineer Dan Simpson. In 2008 luck struck again when famed drummer/producer Russ Kunkel offered to produce Kirby’s Row Me Home CD at his studio in Los Angeles. “Next thing I know I’m cutting my songs in the Hollywood Hills with Russ, bassist Leland Sklar and guitarist Dean Parks and feeling like the luckiest guy in the world.”

Speaking of luck, Kirby’s wistful ballad “Lucky Enough” struck a chord with listeners on Sirius/XM Radio Margaritaville, which exposed his music to more markets around the country and led to his current touring schedule through 35 states each year. He continues to receive regular airplay on the station.

Kirby joined a group of friends in 2011 to open the Smokin’ Tuna Saloon, a 200-seat bar and music venue in Key West, where Kirby often performed in the winter months. The Tuna is also host to the Key West Songwriter’s Festival, which has exploded into the largest event of its kind, in the world.

In 2013 Kirby released his seventh CD, Sol Searching, a collaboration with producer/engineer/musician Lew London. “Lew was great to work with as he’s so multi-talented,” says Kirby. “He performed for years with Steve Goodman and is such a fine songwriter in his own right that he really understands how to build a sound around acoustically- based songs.”

Scott Kirby’s eighth CD, La Casa Cayo Hueso, was a live collaboration with occasional bandmates, Brendan and Peter Mayer. His ninth effort, Chasing Hemingway’s Ghost, was recorded in Nashville with producer Andy Thompson in 2017.

When it comes to songwriting, Kirby respects authenticity and counts on everyday life and his coastal roots for much of his inspiration. “I don’t wake up every day thinking about writing the next commercial hit,” says Kirby. “Songwriting for me is about telling stories, expressing emotions, and commentary on things I may find funny or absurd.”

Over the years Kirby has shared the stage with some of his favorite artists: Carole King, Jimmy Buffett, Tom Rush, Mac McAnally, Darius Rucker, Livingston Taylor, Marty Stewart, Asleep at the Wheel and others. When not on the road or performing in Key West, Kirby splits his time between Key West and the coast of Maine, where he can often be found sailing, a lifelong passion of this descendent of Newfoundland fishermen. He’s also recently discovered a little town in Southern France, where he plans to lay his head a month or two each year.

Yes, Scott Kirby is—as he readily admits—lucky enough.

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