Gage plays multiple instruments, such as alto sax, bass guitar, with focus on the bari saxophone. He has been a musician since he was 12 years old and he marched at Troy University and was part of the jazz band, concert band and pep band at Wallace State.
Originally from Southern California, now living in Nashville, TN this award winning band will provide the best in blues, rock music. With songs like Love Divine. They are currently on the road and working on a new album.
Formed in the 80’s with songs like Turn It Up Loud, I Don’t Know. Playing legendary venues such as The Whiskey a Go Go and regulars at Daytona Bike Week , hailing from Orlando, FL they just released a new song Raise Your Glass they are the ultimate party band , playing in front of thousands and touring the country they are always a fan favorite.
Eric Rhodes is a singer/songwriter based in Huntsville, Alabama. The northern Alabama singer’s genre ranges from blues, jazz, pop and rock. He has graced the stage at numerous Huntsville venues including: The Camp, Brass Tap, Copper Top Dive n’ Dine, and the Furniture Factory.
This North Alabama band characterizes themselves as gloom metal. Members Frank Fischer (Guitar/Vocals), Jason Helms (Drums), and Eric Noble(Bass) cultivate the traditional sounds of heavy metal on their 2017 self-titled album “IOD”.
Born and raised in the Southeast, Casey is a unique talent — she sings, and raps. She has high ambitions for herself. She is very self driven with a flair for life. She is a a great talent and will always give a 100% when perdorming
Simply Leland, Leland Darnell Porter, is a soloist out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The self-taught musician is well-known for weaving a unique style he coined “swamp dog blues” on covers such as Jimi Hendrix’s “Hey Joe” and Howlin’ Wolfe’s “Smoke Stack Lightening”. Over the years, he has performed with various talented artists including Lil Howlin’ Wolfe and Bubba Lee Band.
Atlanta, Georgia’s very own Eric “Ricky” McKinnie is best known for performing with the Grammy Award winning gospel group, the Blind Boys of Alabama. The group also achieved the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Recording Academy. In addition, McKinnie earned his Doctorate of Divinity from Carver Bible College in 2001, and has managed the 2003 Blind Boys New Zealand tour. Currently, he is active in various non-profit organizations such as the Diabetes Foundation, the Glaucoma Foundation, and the Atlanta-based Family and Friends organization.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana is the birthplace of the 1978 southern rock band LeRoux. Throughout the mid-00’s, LeRoux teamed up with blues guitarist, Tab Benoit to record “Brother to the Blues”. That song would later earn them a Grammy nomination. In 2009, they would become the 50th inductee in the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame. Their 7th studio album is titled ‘One of Those Days’. Current members Tony Haselden, Rod Roddy, Jim Odom, Nelson Blanchard, Mark Duthu, Randy Carpenter, Jeff McCarty, and Joey Decker extend an original sound that recalls illustrations of Louisiana’s rich, Cajun culture. With hits from their prime songs like Take a Ride on a Riverboat, New Orleans Ladies and Nobody Said It Was Easy echoing in the minds of their fans for decades , touring with Kansas, Journey and playing sold out stadium’s they are feeling confident about their new album
McQueen Street, otherwise known as “the hardest rock band around”, was founded in Montgomery, AL, circa 1987, by Derek and Chris Welsh. Members Michael Powers and Richard Hatcher joined McQueen Street in later years. Even though the original members have since departed from the band, Derek Welsh has continued to sustain that classic hard rock sound with singles such as “One Way Ticket” and “Outside In”. Many of us at Music Insider Entertainment have worked with Derek in the past, and we are elated to continue business with him.