Bands Performing Saturday May 13 2017

8th Annual Music Festival
Magic Sword

Magic Sword

Magic Sword is a multimedia experience created by an anonymous music producer and comic illustrator Shay Plummer. The project uses the combined power of music and comics to tell the fantastic story of the Magic Sword - a weapon of infinite power left to be guarded by...

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Ki: Theory

Ki: Theory

Ki:Theory (pronounced “Key Theory”) is the alias for American recording artist and producer, Joel Burleson, who specializes in alternative rock and electronic. He and his band have toured nationwide US, Canada, Japan and Korea. He has done commissioned remixes for...

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Vita and The Woolf

Vita and The Woolf

Vita and the Woolf is the sound of operatic vocals meeting neo-soul synth pop. Driven by the anthemic voice of front woman, Jennifer Pague and supported by the dynamic drumming of Adam Shumski, Vita and the Woolf has been melding cross-genre influences in their...

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Astralis

Astralis

Led by singer Shannon Fortner, Astralis is strewn together with stylistic stardust from across the musical universe. The five-piece layers incandescent vocals atop funky bass lines, cosmic synths, moonlit guitar riffs and intricate percussion. Visit Astralis on...

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Ess See

Ess See

ESS SEE (Sarah Cobb) was raised in Arkansas, and now calls Brooklyn home. For years, she spent her daylight hours at a desk, and her nights crafting addictive melodies from the privacy of her bedroom. All those nights added up to something: a sultry, vibey brand of...

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Fayroy

Fayroy

There is a really cool revival of the classic rock sound that a lot of us remember our parent's blasting when we were kids going on in South Florida right now and FayRoy are right at the heart of it. Heaven At Twenty Seven is an ethereal musical trip down memory lane...

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Sarah and the Safe Word

Sarah and the Safe Word

"Baby, I'm the best kind of wrong," croons vocalist Sarah Rose on Sarah and the Safe Word's new album, Strange Doings in the Night. She means it. Since releasing their first EP Afterlife, the four-piece has played the main stage at GMX in Nashville, successfully...

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Wordsmith

Wordsmith

Wordsmith is the always-professional, ever-expanding, world-wide movement based out of Baltimore, MD.  His mission is to entertain and educate through a Message of Purpose, and always by example relate that message through clean, quality, and marketable Music for the...

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Tiger Fawn

Tiger Fawn

Loop guru Tiger Fawn has become a force to be reckoned with in the nebulous realms between pop and experimental music. Hers is a sound that shares sonic space with shoegaze, electronic and the weirder end of the FM radio dial. Though the project was once a band, Tiger...

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TGTG

TGTG

TGTG is a nomadic couple who left their homes and jobs on March 29th, 2016 to pursue a life of love and travel. Their campaign is called the Positive Energy World Tour. Their ten-year plan is to travel the world with music while spreading positivity everywhere they...

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Lesa Silvermore Band

Lesa Silvermore Band

Lesa Silvermore is an indie pop/folk blues musician based in Sarasota, FL. She’s been managing her own music career and playing gigs since she was 16. Lesa released her first EP, "Red Hair and Acoustic Guitars" in 2011. She continued to define her voice and grow her...

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