Saturday, August 6 - John Sosebee Real southern juke joint Blues music featuring many originals and classics from greats like R.L. Burnside and Muddy Waters, you won't hear any beat tracks or fake bass lines here. What you will hear is a sound drippin' with the soul of what makes the blues great. Bass, drums, and blazin' slide guitar combine to give one of the few real blues artists in GA the authentic sound of north Mississippi blues, at its best.
Friday, August 12 - Roscoe's Roadshow is a band of musicianers who have played together on and off for several decades
Saturday, August 13 - Jeannie Caryn is an Americana singer, songwriter, and performer based out of Northeast Georgia.
Friday, August 19 - Kurt Thomas grew up enjoying the close-knit country life in Dahlonega where he heard local musician, Jay Drummonds, sing "Small Town" by John Cougar Mellencamp at his high school graduation. At that moment, he decided that's what he wanted to do with his life and after graduation, he bought his first guitar for $80 from his friend, musician Zac Brown
Saturday, August 20 - Land Loch'd From the highlands of Scotland, and the Moor infested lands of Spain...two men met upon the high seas and decided to share their love of Celtic and Pirate music with the masses
Friday, August 26 - Hughes Taylor is an energetic and ambitious blues artist from Macon, Georgia. He is known for his impressive and accomplished guitar playing and unique electric style that infuses traditional blues roots with upbeat and fast-paced blues and classic rock.
Saturday, August 27 - Roshambeaux - over the years we've been told our sound is funk, southern rock, EDM, pop, techno and blues. It's Black Crowes, Skrillex, Audioslave, 21 Pilots, Phil Collins and Lana Del Rey. It's dark but uplifting. It's heavy but serene. Musically, we're the sum of our influences, listening to our parents' music in the backseat on the way to the grocery store, figuring out what to keep and how to rebel.