Hozier is an Irish singer-songwriter who rose to fame in 2013 with his hit single “Take Me to Church”. Andrew Hozier-Byrne combines Irish folk, blues, rock and soul to create a completely unique sound that attracts fans of all ages. You can see Hozier play our Motoroil and vintage models during his song “To Be Alone” at every live show.
Kongos are a South African-born, American alternative rock band consisting of four brothers: Johnny, Jesse, Daniel and Dylan. The Kongos are best known for their 2011 hit single “Come With Me Now” which peaked at Number 1 on Billboard Alternative chart in 2014.
G. Love (Garrett Dutton) is a Philadelphia born singer-songwriter and is the frontman for the band G. Love & Special Sauce - who are known for their unique and laid back blues sound that encompasses classic R&B.
ST PAUL & THE BROKEN BONES
St. Paul and the Broken Bones is a six-piece soul band based out of Birmingham, Alabama, United States, which formed in 2012.
Chadwick Stokes is an American musician and songwriter who is the frontman for the band “Dispatch” and “State Radio”. Chadwick is known for his diverse style in music and often explores different genres.
Shakey Graves (Alejandro Rose-Garcia) is an Americana singer-songwriter. His music is a cross between blues, folk and rock and roll - and he performs at many large festivals and concert venues around the US. He became known for his one-man band set up and often performs on stage alone.
FAMILY AND FRIENDS
Family and Friends is a 7 piece indie-folk-rock band from Athens, Georgia who are known for their high-energy live performances and deeply layered instrumentation.
PEOPLE'S BLUES OF RICHMOND
People’s Blues of Richmond is a rock and blues trio whose music is described as “heavy, psychedelic, emotion-driven rock n’ roll.
Greg Karas is Andy Grammer's guitar player. He is a grammy-nomiated guitarist and engineer and one of Bohemian Guitars biggest supporters!
Brothers Joe and David Stark teamed up to form a stripped-down rock and roll duo called Baby Bee in the fall of 2011, inspired by classic 50s and 60s rock. After recording an independent seven song EP with producer Dave Cobb, the brothers quickly began earning a loyal following close to their home in South Louisiana.
LEON VIRGIL BOWERS
Some folks have asked whether I’ve worked with Kid Rock. Well, I guess you could say that I’ve bounced a few ideas off of Bob in the studio. You’ll have to wait until the new album drops next year to hear what came of those ideas.
Valerie June, is an Americana singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist from Memphis, Tennessee, United States. Her sound encompasses a mixture of folk, blues, gospel, soul, country, Appalachian and bluegrass.
For The Ballroom Thieves, the band’s journey has only just begun, but their roots already run quite deep. Now, on A Wolf in the Doorway the Thieves find themselves taking the very idea of “roots” and creating ways to make its associated sound progress, while making its encompassing spirit glow.
STATUES OF CATS
SoC is a trans fronted 'Bit-Rock' band based in Los Angeles, CA. A four-piece whose passion for all things geek permeates their presence, both on-stage and off. No matter if you’re a chess enthusiast, old school console video game nut, or Magic: The Gathering wizard you’ll be in good company.
Country Music’s new star and the New York girl being hailed as Shania's successor, Jessica Lynn is on the way to becoming a household name this year.
Ricky Rouse grew up in Detroit, a musical child prodigy. When he was 3 he started to play guitar. He quickly learned how to read music and play the piano. When eleven year old Stevie Wonder signed with Motown, Ricky Rouse was his guitar player. He was seven. Ricky has played on over 60 platinum albums and toured with a virtual Who’s Who of artists. To list them all would take up a least a whole page but artists like Stevie Wonder, Bobby Womack, Bohannon, The Dramatics, Chaka Kahn, Tupac, Dre and Snoop only scratch the surface.