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After the Crash
Is a completely independent national touring rock band with
members from all around the world. Jake spent three years touring the country as
a solo artist, honing his craft until he was ready to put a full time touring
band together. So he scoured the nation to find the best musicians
He first found Dave, a native of the city of Boston who after opening for many national acts was ready to move up to the big time. Next was Kiko, a Spaniard that had moved to Boston to study guitar at the prestigious Berkley school of music in Boston and had made the city his new home.
Last was Patrick, a native son of Texas who had become a drummer for hire in the city of Los Angeles.
Even though each was successful in his own way they had all grown bored of their safe lives and shared the same desire for the road. So they gave up the safe and steady path and decided to follow their dreams. In 2005. After only two weeks of rehearsing and knowing each other they gave up their homes, got in the van and began touring the country playing music. There have been ups and downs, but they are all firmly united by their love of music and a strong desire to succeed.
Arkansas native blues-and-soul chanteuse Cherry Brooks & Cal Jackson. Last year Brooks and her band, Pulse 182, took home the trophy for the best R&B band in the "Face the Music" Ozark Music Awards. Cherry has won multiple "Best Female Vocal" awards and is in the Hall of Fame.
Derek Van Lynn
The percussion and piano of Derek Van Lynn and Rick Erke. These two musicians are members of Fayetteville's The Odds, who recently performed between The Time and The Doobie Brothers at Little Rock's Riverfest. Derek is the 2005 Ozark Music Awards Keyboard Player of The Year. They will bringing a mix of jazz standards and classic pop/rock, along with your requests.
Liz Garriss Band
“Liz Garriss is an up and coming singer with a voice that will make shivers go up your back (the good kind.)” -- Fayetteville Free Weekly
“Smooth, snappy, sexy and versatile.”-- Kansas City Blues News
“Liz has a dynamite voice, a powerful stage presence, and she sings with great passion and abandon.” – Emily Kaitz, singer and songwriter
Thanks For Nothing
Thanks For Nothing was formed in December of 2003, and TFN has been playing shows constantly ever since. After only one month of even knowing each other, TFN was playing out and ended up hammering out almost 70 shows in their very first year. In July of 2005, Thanks For Nothing will be releasing their much anticipated first self titled cd release.
Walter Savage has won a reputation for bringing the upright bass to the spotlight. A former resident of the Bay Area, Walter has recently relocated to Fayetteville. Whether playing a gig at a renowned Bay Area jazz institution like Yoshi’s or entertaining the masses at Enrico’s in North Beach, Savage lets the bass shine through as a leading force. While his music writing and singing talents have garnered praise from critics and jazz fans, Savage’s chief interest these days is showcasing the bass as a solo instrument. Walter is joined by Ben Harris on guitar.