Pauline and Jedidiah Wick are the musical soul of the independent folk band, The Wicks. Small town kids from the Pacific Northwest, a recent migration to the heartland introduced the latest addition to the band, lead guitarist and vocalist John Charles Ledbetter. Pauline’s earthy songwriting and powerful voice has blended a vocal depth that is rare, and demands attention. Jedidiah rounds out the Trio’s sound with a strong rhythm section that includes mandolin and slide guitars.
Check out The Wicks at www.thewicksmusic.com and on Facebook.
Slack Daddy takes pride in bringing back the good time, drive you out of your seat, dance music of the 60's and 70's, with six professional musicians that have worked the club and show scene for over 30 years, five of them also handling lead vocalists and lots of tight harmony. Jack Norris on drums, Larry Bagdon on bass, Mike Waters on guitar, Randy Kesterson on guitar, Phil Bilodeau on keyboards, and Dan Sivey on sax. A high enery, professional show that leaves the crowding screaming "One More!"
For contact, email or call Jack Norris at (509) 782-8105. Check out Slack Daddy on Facebook.
An original Christian singer/songwriter with a high energy band, Andrew has written and produced more than a half dozen albums. He is a published songwriter whose songs of faith and worship are being used by churches across the U.S. and Canada.
Andrew's music is available on iTunes.com, amazon.com and other major music retailers. Contact Andrew at Columbia Grove Covenant Church.
Not your usual singer-songwriter act, Michael Carlos writes music that ranges from full-throttle rock, to Latin-influenced music, to acoustic ballads with strings.
The Michael Carlos Band is energetic enough to be at home on large outdoor festival stages, but balances thought-provoking folk-rock with acoustic material fitting a coffeehouse. In between, you’ll find music that defies any attempt to limit it to one genre.
Expect something different! See Michael Carlos on line.
JunkBelly's roots trace back through singer and lead guitar player, Wayne Evans. Wayne was the founding member of The Boogie Monsters in Reno, NV. After conquering the Reno scene, he moved the band to Austin, TX where they played many of the classic Austin venues and did some touring. With The Boogie Monsters, Wayne has graced the stage with such classic acts as the Fabulous Thunderbirds, Tommy Castro, Booker T Jones, Dick Dale, and many more. In 2008 Wayne moved to Wenatchee WA for family reasons and since has assembled some local heavy hitting musicians to form the valley's newest pop rockin blues band: JunkBelly.
Music: JunkBelly is a band of seasoned musicians who have made their individual trips around the block but still have the passion for music and the experience to know what they want from it. JunkBelly is a blues based pop/rock band that features original tunes that reflect influences such as The Allman Brothers Band, Ben Harper, Funk Brothers, SRV and Santana. A JunkBelly show will also surprise with deep cut covers and fresh new takes on classic favorites. These guys are in it to make music and leave the fluff to the pretty boys. Come and get some JunkBelly! Members Wayne Evans - Guitar and Vocals, Mike Gamble - Bass and Vocals, and Rick Knowles - Drums and Vocals. Find out more @ www.junkbelly.org and www.facebook.com/junkbelly
Alaska born and raised, singer/songwriter Scout Smith spent every childhood summer in Wenatchee, where her family now lives. She has been a working musician since 2007, and has performed at venues throughout Alaska, Washington, and California. While recording her most recent EP in Los Angeles in 2011, she co-wrote with many established writers and artists in many genres. Scout has performed guitar, background vocals, and harmonies on her 7 albums, as well as for other artist’s recording. Scout is available for shows, private events, and charities. For booking information or other musical inquiries, contact Scout by email, or visit www.scoutsound.com and www.reverbnation.com/scoutsmith.
Troy Lindsey started playing guitar when he was 14 years old, taking three lessons in the back of a church from a preacher in rural Wyoming, and has had a guitar in his hands ever since. While growing up his greatest influences were Waylon Jennings and AC/DC, which blended together to give his music its outlaw flavor.
In 1991, Troy joined the Marine Corps and was stationed in Hawaii working in helicopter aviation. After leaving the Marines in 1997, he continued with helicopter aviation which he does to this day. Troy has traveled the world, met many musicians and seen lots of life, which attribute to the worldly sound in his music. During his travels he always packs a guitar or adds to his collection from local luthiers he discovers.
In the summer of 2009, Troy released his first album “Out of Time For People Without Time” and currently is working on his next project that will include more vocals from his daughter Kristen McCamey. A brief description of his music would be “Mindful poetry, acoustically blended with modern sounds, laden with thoughts and emotion.”