Since quitting her job as an audio engineer, Rebecca Loebe has received an armful of songwriting accolades, including the prestigious Kerrville New Folk Award, as well as praise from the mainstream pop world (“I just love listening to you sing”~ Adam Levine). She’s spent the past decade on the road performing in 44 states of the U.S., as well as Canada, Europe, The U.K. and Japan. Along the way she has honed her voice as one of the Americana music scene’s most exciting new songwriters and earned a place on Alternate Root Magazine’s annual listing of The Top 10 Female Singers in America. Recently relocated from her hometown of Atlanta, GA, she now lives in Austin, TX, where she tries her best to keep a garden growing between an average of 150-200 tour dates per year.
Jesse Terry is a singer/songwriter with an uncanny ability to weave tales of travel and homecoming, of sorrow and of redemption, into songs that are simultaneously timeless and fresh. Home is now the coastal village of Stonington, Connecticut, but Terry’s music reflects an amalgam of influences, from Nashville to Laurel Canyon. Jesse’s “melodies ring with instant accessibility and a clear connection, conveying a brilliance and clarity that most veteran artists still strive for” (No Depression). His “well-crafted songs rank right there with Ryan Adams, Rhett Miller and other masters of alt-country” (WFUV-NYC).
Pittsburgh-based singer/songwriter Brad Yoder’s unique mix of funny, poetic, funky and edgy original songs, covering a musical range from folk to indie rock, has earned him a loyal following ranging from kids in single digits through retirees. Whether playing a small room or a festival stage, Brad creates music that makes people think, laugh, feel and sing along.