The Commancheros The Comancheros grew up playing rock and heavy metal. Then, they fell in love with Willie Nelson. This tension has created music that is as down to earth as it is grungy. More importantly, it’s music that comes up from the soil of Missouri and takes the listener on a musical journey from the Ozarks to the Mississippi on a Harley. It’s not perfect, but it’s incredibly real.
The Cherry Pistols Voted Jefferson City's "Best Band" 3 years in a row, The Cherry Pistols are a mid-Missouri based cover band focused on celebrating the best of '80s music. Since their start in 2012, they’ve amassed a strong following due to their exemplary musicianship, professionalism, and thoughtful song selections not found in your average bar band’s repertoire. Offering up music from the likes of Hall and Oates, Bruce Springsteen, Phil Collins, Eddie Money, Robert Palmer, Huey Lewis, plus many more, The Cherry Pistols bring the party wherever they go!
Grady Frazier Grady Frazier is a Pop/Folk singer and songwriter, much like Ed Sheeran, who entered the music scene on July 2015, with his single, "Runaway", released by Unlabeled Records. His accompanying EP "Tales from the Run Away"(Unlabeled Records) was released in December of 2015. Since Frazier's debut, he has accumulated over 1.25 million total streams on Spotify, 900,000 of which were racked up by "Runaway". Since the release of "Tales from the Run Away" Frazier has been honing his wordcraft, refining his live show, and exploring his sound. Currently he is producing his next project and gearing up for its release this fall.
King Benny King Benny is a Blues/Rock based band out of a small river town by the Mississippi River called Louisiana, Missouri. The band mixes several genres to make their sound. The band has been called a Bluesier version of The Band by Woodstock co-creator Artie Kornfeld and have been been influenced by many artists such as The Allman Brothers Band, Freddie King, Son House, Muddy Waters and even singer-songwriters such as Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, and John Hiatt. "We grew up on so many different styles of music, so it's natural that all of those styles are blended in to our sound. We want everyone who comes to a show to hear something they like."
Borderline Borderline is a group of seasoned musicians with extensive performing, writing, recording, and touring experience. This country group was raised on Haggard and Jones, and continues to let their country roots shine through in their performances today. Borderline originated in the St. Louis Metro Area in the late 1990’s and quickly found an audience that embraced quality musicianship and smooth 3 part harmonies. A unique sound and constant effort to perfect their craft has afforded Borderline the opportunity to perform at many of the largest venues and events in the Mid-West and share the stage with national touring country artists The Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Shenandoah, Confederate Railroad, Sammy Kershaw, Daryl Worley, Aaron Tippin, Lonestar, X-Factor Winner Tate Stevens (2X’s), Joe Nichols, Mark Wills, Little Texas, Emerson Drive, Josh Gracin, Phil Vassar, Sawyer Brown, Jamie O’Neal, Ashley Monroe, David Nail, Trace Adkins, Lee Brice, and Randy Owen of ALABAMA.