As a solo artist, he has released ten studio albums and is best known for the 1984 hit single "Missing You", which reached No. 1 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and the top ten on the UK Singles Chart. He was also the lead vocalist for the successful rock bands The Babys and Bad English.
Sounds and feel of the past made present once again. This group nods at the blues, jazz, and rock & roll roots of St. Louis, stirs in the experimental revolution of the 1960’s, and incorporates the vast array of sounds introduced by British hard rock and Laurel Canyon that defined the sound of the 70’s.
Bred from the fields of Central IL, Josie Lowder is a soulful multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. After five years in Boston, she now teaches and performs in her homeland. You can currently catch her with Solar Chariot, Rock and Roll Sisters, Tambora and in various acoustic duos/trios with her family.
Led by singer Richard Patrick, their debut album Short Bus was released in 1995 and ended up going platinum, largely due to the success of the single "Hey Man, Nice Shot". The resulting effort, 1999's Title of Record, also went platinum driven by the success of the song "Take a Picture".
Meet siblings Jocelyn & Chris. Two analog souls hell-bent on inciting a new rock revival. Jocelyn & Chris and their band have charted four consecutive commercial radio singles in the Billboard AAA Top 40, taken two records to #1 on the Relix Jambands Top 30 Album Chart, and appeared nationally on NBC’s Today Show.
Stemming from the small industrial city of Decatur, Illinois, the six members of Harlem Hayfield blend alternative with soul into a sound that fans have described as “Rock & Roll with a Motown Flare.” Good friends, both on and off the stage, they bring decades of musical experience and lyrical prowess to every show.