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ODi is a singer, songwriter and musician from Ireland who combines stunning vocals & harmonies with incredibly engaging songs.
Found mostly on the road, ODi has toured all over the UK, Europe and the USA, attracting an ever growing fanbase along the way. She has taken her captivating live show to an array of venues ranging from intimate house concerts, to the live stage at the London Olympics 2012.
2015 sees ODi continue to tour across Europe in support of the continued interest in debut album release ‘Maslow’s Songbook’ which includes singles ‘One In A Million’ & ‘Something Beautiful’
2 new EP releases of brand new material are due in 2015 with an album to follow
Writing off Tomorrow Band Bio: A four-piece, female fronted Hard Rock/Metal band based out of Morgantown, W.Va., WOT was originally formed by Casey Ringler and Megan Edison. A seasoned guitar player with a background in metal and rock, Casey decided to pursue his musical vision by writing original guitar tracks and going in search of a vocalist that could bring those tracks to life. He later met up with Megan Edison, who was a singer, musician, and songwriter since childhood. Her dark, smooth vocals and grave lyrics complimented his original tracks and the Writing off Tomorrow songwriting duo was born. Later, the talented Joe Canfield (drums) and Bill Wiltrout (bass) were brought in to complete the Writing off Tomorrow lineup.
In 2012, Writing off Tomorrow self-released a 7-track EP called “Last Moments” containing all original tracks. Their newest original EP “Flirting with Death” was released in April, 2015. As they’ve toured regionally, they’ve opened for national acts such as Hawthorne Heights, Butcher Babies, Flaw, G Tom Mac, and Eve to Adam. They have also been positively featured on several internet and traditional radio stations, podcasts, and music blogs.
JJ McGuigan was born in Wichita Kansas where he currently resides. He found a passion for music at the age of 13 when he received his first drum set. He later picked up guitar and started writing songs at the age of 20. He attended Newman University where he played for the Men’s basketball team and was an assistant coach there while attending Full Sail University. His main focus and passion is writing songs with an emphasis on lyrical creation. He has just recently wrapped up a 5 song EP that was sung by Garrett Crow and is writing another album with guitarist Brian Elwick.
Brian Price’s unique style captures both lyrical honesty and rock sensibility. His inspiration comes from the tightly crafted songwriting of John Hiatt and Marshall Crenshaw while his sound invokes the more modern arrangements of Whiskeytown and The Decemberists. Operating beyond the traditional confines of the singer/songwriter style, Price and his changing cast of first-rate musicians serve up songs in which the lyrics lead the way. While taking the listener off the beaten path into lives and stories not often told, the band still manages to deliver finely honed structure and expert instrumentation. Price’s musings on everyday life, filled with sentimental candor and unexpected moments of joy, revelation and wit, touch all the bases for the acoustic coffeehouse patron and the rock club veteran alike—both of whom know a solid performance when they hear it.
Paul Lee Kupfer is from a lot of different places—a West Virginia native, he lived in Pennsylvania, California, and Montana before settling in Knoxville. When he’s not on the road as a solo singer-songwriter, Kupfer is one-third of the Bus Driver Tour, with fellow country-folkies Ian Thomas and Danny Freund. (Thomas is also based in Knoxville; Freund lives in Montana.) It’s an itinerant life for an itinerant musician.
Somewhere along the way, though, Kupfer managed to stay in one place long enough to record Where the Wind Goes, his debut solo album. It’s a collection of unreconstructed folk in the style of early Bob Dylan, John Prine, and Arlo Guthrie, recorded at Wild Chorus Studio here in Knoxville with Jamie Cook, Robert Richards, Evie Andrus, and Josh Oliver. The songs range from quiet melancholy (“Highway to the Coast”) to shuffling blues (“Riverbank Blues”) and vibrant, fiddle-fueled road anthems (“Where the Wind Goes”).
Another world, another time. Seers have foretold the downfall of the tyrant Necromancer, King of the Jagged Crown, commander of untold legions of the risen dead. As forgotten terrors stir in the far reaches of the cosmos, the immortal Sorceress cries out for allies against the seemingly innumerable hordes. Seeking the wisdom of an ancient seer, five heroes embark on a quest to seek the wisdom of the sages and bring an end to the necromancer’s reign. This is their story…
Three Vultures is the brain child of Dustin Cutright. For as long as he can remember, he has wanted to be a musician, one that changed the way people felt and listened to music, and one that also opened the minds of his listeners. With a few years and a few bands under his belt, Three Vultures is his most experimental project. With the passion and talent of John Lane on the drums and the groove-filled, dark bass riffs of Auston Dunnington, 3V is an experienced trio of musicians putting hard work, dedication, and love of all genres into their music. Taking influences from grunge, alternative, progressive, psychedelic, and stoner/desert rock for their music and life experiences for their lyrics, Three Vultures is a well rounded rock band.