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Salted Blue

Kansas City’s own Salted Blue is living proof that raw talent, ambition and showmanship can still prevail in an ailing music industry. With a signature sound, singer/songwriter Kris Hart, bassist Chris Houghton, drummer Wes Faulconer, and lead guitarist Mark Gearon have helped to define the landscape of today’s blues/rock music scene in the Midwest. What’s the backbone of their work? Stylistically eclectic songs suggest a range of influences from Joe Bonamassa and Etta James to Led Zeppelin and The Beatles. Salted Blue specializes in providing a diverse, up-beat set list that is sure to keep the dance floor packed and have the entire venue singing along. Don’t miss your opportunity to hear this band live!

Vik G. Trio

The Vik G. trio is a not to miss piano-rock trio, with influences from Ben Folds Five, Radiohead, and Herbie Hancock.

Vik G. Trio

The Vik G. trio is a not to miss piano-rock trio, with influences from Ben Folds Five, Radiohead, and Herbie Hancock.

Wyatt Brewer and Sarah Lynn

Wyatt and Sarah range from an acoustic version of the alternative group “In The Valley Below,” to the neo folk of The Lumineers. They have been performing together for four years, released two singles, and have an EP on the way. They have showcased with Columbia Records, and had their single “We’ll Be Fine” played on folk stations internationally through our connection to The Folk Alliance International. The versatilely switch instruments every few songs to change our pace and style for longer sets.

B.M.W.

A 5-Piece Jazz Band who has made its mark in the Kansas City area, performing at outdoor festivals, corporate events, wedding receptions, and so much more. Featured artist and Founder of B.M.W., Saxophonist Kenny Glover, has set the standard for the distinct sound of Brothers Making Waves. B.M.W. has performed all over Europe and the U.S. with such artist as Count Basie, Maynard Ferguson, Jamey Aebersold and opened for such groups as Boney James, The Rippingtons, Ken Navarro, and many more greats.