Arlo Hannigan is an award-winning Alaskan artist originally from the remote goldrush town of Nome, Alaska. He has traveled across the country bringing his unique blend of alt-country indie folk to many audiences. Hannigan’s songs have been well-received in Alaskan saloons, desert taverns, New Orleans bistros and Rocky Mountain barrooms, as well as south of the border. Hannigan will perform with a variety of accompaniment, but often performs solo. His songwriting is what ultimately shines through. Hannigan's subtle delivery manipulates lonely, evocative melodies against simple yet stirring instrumentation.
Whether it's a rowdy country hoedown, an elegant soirée or private listening room, Hannigan's music will leave a lasting impression - it is authentic, heartfelt, and distinctive. His music is steeped in the influences of his life on the Bering Sea, his travels though life, and on the road. His style has been compared to that of Leonard Cohen, Tom waits, Nick Drake, and J. J. Cale. He is based in Los Angeles.
Ry Warner, formerly of OHIOAN, weaves together finger picked instrumentals and country--all of it pouring out a little off--like a cassette left on the floor of a pick up all summer.
Jeff Rymes’ former quartet The Lonesome Strangers originated in “the roots music explosion that took place in Southern California during the ‘80s” and have been described by AllMusic as “one of California's most influential bands.” Now, 20 years since the Strangers’ last release, Rymes has returned to serious musical pursuits with his solo debut, Even If The Sun Don’t Shine, picking up where he left off with a collection of songs from the highways and byways of life's road trip.