This Orlando quintet forges infectious hard rock songs with strands of heavy metal and alternative. SoulSwitch’s Bruising riffs, blazing solos, honest lyrics, and massive hooks converge for a sound that’s immediately arena-ready during tracks like “Change” and “Transmission’s Lost”.
Jonnie Morgan Band
Described as a Jam band with a Singer-Songwriter twist, the Jonnie Morgan Band has proven time and time again to be a “must see” act at concerts and festivals throughout the nation. Known simply as JMB, the band has entertained audiences from Fan Fair in Nashville to Sunfest and the Florida Music Festival.
The State of How
The State of How is made up of four guys from Orlando with roots that trace back to high school marching band. The product is a mature, post-pop sound with hooks that won’t stop and enough nuance to surprise. The most impressive thing may be the intricate orchestration of the live show, where four musicians, using all 16 limbs, produce a complete, high-fidelity sound, never lacking in the energy inspired by their collective punk pasts.
The Bloody Jug Band
Drawing inspiration from historic JUG bands of the 1920’s and 30’s as well as the darker side of Blues and Rock n’ Roll, the BLOODY JUG Band carves out its own niche in a genre of music that has never seen such a bloody incarnation.
Save the Radio
Mixing the neo-Motown vocals of a Gavin Degraw or New Radicals, post-punk soundscapes of Cheap Trick and the raw grit power-rock of say, Foo Fighters, Save The Radio brings a driving spirit and synergy to their radio-friendly rock side while exposing a soulful, melancholy bliss to their vulnerable alter-ego.