Unity The Band is an award-winning original roots reggae group based in Wisconsin. Their intense touring schedule of varied venues around the Midwest has honed an interactive outdoor stage show with positive party vibes and the knack for drawing club crowds into the irie groove. Featuring the Rasta Horns and Auxiliary Percussion, This show will be one to remember.
Wisconsin Blues Society describes Copper Box as “…one of the favorites of the Fox Valley Blues Festival 2004. This hot Zydeco Swamp/Blues Rock outfit with a great baritone and tenor sax gal and a hot accordion man. This group cooks and swings with some of the best Zydeco-influenced groups I’ve seen anywhere in the country.”
Nici Peper is a Rootsy, Americana Folk singer-songwriter based in Minneapolis, MN influenced by the tradition of classic storytellers. She has been described as vintage and soulful, and her lyrics are open and honest. She writes of love, heartbreak and her dreams; exposing her inner souls to the world within her lyrics and music.
What began as an acoustic modern folk duo in 2012 has evolved into a roots rock garage band recently dubbed “northern swamp” by friends and fans. Highlighted by unique songwriting and soaring harmonies, The Chocolateers are Wisconsin based.
Earth to Clark is an organically formed band that seeks to remedy conflict by promoting peace and spreading messages of love and unity. Incorporating elements of Funk, Rock, Reggae, and Hippie Hip-Hop, Earth to Clark celebrates a dynamic sound that draws a wide variety of audience members. Fueled by passion and community, Earth to Clark strives to bring awareness to injustice of any kind.
“Alex first picked up the guitar at five, made his first stage appearance in France at 12, and hasn’t looked back since. Alex’s guitar and voice sound like a crusty Delta veteran, delivering both with his distinct flair. Combined with his Jim Morrison looks, this guy’s a sure winner.” – Lou Novacheck – Elmore Magazine