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SHAY COLLINS: When I was born I didnt come out crying I came out screaming the FUNKY ROCKIN BLUES.
They havent been able to shut me up since!
Music and my voice...as well as a great pair of legs and lips were my birth right. Momma implanted the ear for the "pretty" in music and My Uncle Ray brought out of me the raw insane creative and honesty
I was influenced and mentored by my Uncle "Mother" RAY COLLINS of the 70's hit band "Mothers of Invention" w/Frank Zappa. I inherited his ability to sing almost ANYTHING and to sing with my whole heart HONESTLY and from my soul. I have lived with ALL music being the focal point of my life. My Uncle Ray taught me Above ALL THINGS INTEGRITY IS EVERYTHING...BE HONEST in Everything you do...Including your talents!

 

"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

 

 
 

 

Henry is a singer songwriter born in New York and raised between Long Island and Vermont. He first learned to play the guitar in 8th grade from a local musician and quickly picked up some of the basics of the instrument and started writing songs. Henry began performing original music in high school at coffee houses and talent shows and later at chapel services and open mic nights. After getting some local following, Henry began booking local bars and small venues and performing and writing his own original songs. In 2018, Henry headlined the Limitless Festival in Philadelphia and also took part in the East Rock Concert series alongside other local and national artists.
He later earned a spot as the resident artist at the Dekalb Market Hall, in Brooklyn where he performed his music for a five month stretch. In 2019, Henry began work on his debut album, “Home”, with Eric Lichter at Dirt Floor Recording & Production in northern Connecticut. “Home” features some of the tracks Henry has written about his life and his observations on the world around him, featuring artists like Eric Lichter and MorganEve Swain.

 

"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

 

 
 

 

Growing up in the mountains of Southwest Virginia the son of a musician, Chris has been around music his whole life. Picking up his first guitar at the age of twelve, he became a young musician that has played in several bands and groups including Stonewall Grey, a regional band that he formed with his father Melvin in the late 90’s.

After taking several years off from music to pursue his education, Chris has returned to music as a singer songwriter performing regionally for the past year. With strong influences from his Heartland Rock roots with artists such as Bruce Springsteen, John Fogerty, and John Mellencamp, he enjoys writing about life with a little twist of history to it.

Coming from a region that is deeply rooted in coal mining and farming, Chris loves telling the stories of people we see every day that go untold. Passionately painting a picture in your mind, he will make you identify and feel the struggles and triumphs of life, love, loss and war like no other.

 

"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

 

 
 

 

Dave Pahanish is an artist, a three time #1 hit Billboard Country songwriter and he’s a producer. Dave penned Tobey Keith’s “American Ride”, Jimmy Wayne’s “Do You Believe Me Now?” and Keith Urban’s “Without You”.

Urban chose the song “Without You” because of how closely the lyrics fit in with his own life stating, "It's the most autobiographical song I never wrote.” Pahanish wrote the song after meeting his wife’s family for the first time without realizing any similarities to Urban’s life. The song became Urban's 12th No. 1 single.

Notable cuts by Dave include Tim McGraw "THe One That Got Away" and “Right Back Atcha Babe,” #12 Billboard single “I Will” for Jimmy Wayne, Emily Wests “Completely Yours” which Dave coproduced and Collin Raye’s “Divine Everlasting Love”. He is veteran of the Country Throwdown Tour with Willie Nelson, Eric Church, Little Big Town, Jamie Johnson, Eric Paslay, Montgomery Gentry, Eli Young Band and many others.

 

"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

 

 
 

 

Jamie began playing guitar at the age of 13 and like his Grandfather soon was making music on stage. Jamie began playing a snare and hi hat in church along side Ray Thompson from Mobile Alabama and developed that itch that all musicians get! By the time he turned 19 Jamie was playing locally in Mobile at local clubs like Austin's Country Palace, The Wild Wild West, other venues around the south. It wasn't long Jamie was packing his bags and heading north to Nashville where he spent the next 19 years developing his style, his voice, and his writing skills. Jamie shared a stage with greats like Steve Cropper, Jerry Waddell, Blind Mississippi Morris, Mark Collie, Terry Lee Burns, and Steve Saunders. All these talented individuals shared their love for music with Jamie and helped him build a solid foundation that will carry him through the rest of his career. So, if you love music, real honest music, with heartfelt lyrics, just take a listen and you will hear the difference.
https://www.reverbnation.com/jamieadamson

 

"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

 

 
 

 

Brother Oliver is a South Carolina-based musical project formed by two brothers, Andrew & Stephen Oliver. The brothers deliver high-energy performances through the lens of a folk-rock / psych-rock aesthetic—a genre they've officially coined as "psychedelic folk-rock." Their explorative approach to music strikes a chord with any audience and has gained recognition in the Southeast and abroad—landing them on bills alongside the Steve Miller Band, Father John Misty, Drake Bell, Old Sea Brigade, Matthew Logan Vasquez, SUSTO and more.

The project was started in 2011 in the small town of Greenville, Michigan — where the brothers were born and raised. Just two years later, they moved to Greenville, South Carolina as a result of 20-year-old angst and longings for change. Upon arrival, Andrew (the eldest of the two) opened a small recording studio where they would write and record their first album, Stubborn Fool, in 2013. Brother Oliver has since released their self-titled full-length album, Brother Oliver, which has been regarded as highly innovative in the world of folk rock music—gaining the attention of Huffington Post, PBS, PopMatters, AXS, and more.

 

"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

 

 
 

 

Brandon Green is a dynamic singer /songwriter who has built up quite a following along the Gulf Coast. His shows are must see for both locals and tourist looking for a great entertainer. A southern boy from Lucedale, Mississippi, Brandon has mixed his phenomenal pop vocal range with a down home country flair, and found a winning combination. He has already achieved some national notoriety by becoming the runner-up on Season 2 of CMT’s Can You Duet, and by being hand picked, by Keith Urban, as the winner of Guitar Center’s “Your Next Record with Keith Urban”, Subsequently he recorded songs with legendary producer Dann Huff, and secured an opening spot on Urban’s 2011 tour.

 

"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

 

 
 

 

The restless is a female led Pop Duo based in Nashville, Tennessee. Growing up just outside music city, sisters Rachal & Emily began performing several showcases and festivals in Tennessee and surrounding areas. The sisters quickly developed a strong passion for music and songwriting and In 2016, decided to collaborate their unique styles into one by forming the duo The restless. Since 2016, The restless have performed over 300 shows in the Southeast Region. The restless also founded a showcase titled “Songs for Change” which takes place annually and donates to a charity of the group’s choice. The restless recently announced their first Introduction Tour, which will span across the Southeast & Midwest United States regions and will feature several newly written songs to be released in the near future.

 

"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

 

 
 

Grinder House welcomes back "The Man from Mississippi" good friend and accomplished artist that works harder than anyone we know.
Sean Gasaway is an award winning singer/songwriter, publisher, record executive, and record producer. Sean was born on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and now resides in Nashville, TN. Sean's incredible popularity and high demand has led to performances of his hit "Stomp" and The National Anthem in front of 75,000 Pittsburgh Steeler Fans at Heinz Field, back to back Native American Music Awards for Song and Single Of The Year (2017 & 2018), songs played on the NBC Today Show, FOX Sports, featured rounds at the World Famous Bluebird Café, International Festivals including The Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival, year round performances at the World Famous Flora~Bama, Feature Artist with The Last Honkytonk Music Series, various House Concerts from the Gulf Coast to New England, holds major publishing deals in every country in the world, garnering over 100 songs cut, four #1 songs on the Americana and Independent charts, six Top 40 on Billboard and Independent Charts, songs in major movies, documentaries, NFL Sports, as well as his highly acclaimed 2016 album release "Mississippi Vol. 1", and his trend setting 2019 bootleg CD’s "Mixtape, Mississippi" and “Mixtape, Mississippi 2”.

Sean has been in the music business for over 25 years writing, performing, producing, and touring with bands including 3 Doors Down, Cowboy Troy, Mickie James, The Ying Yang Twins, Deborah Allen, Kat Perkins, The Highway Women, and Rachel Stacy to name a few.

Singer/Songwriter/Producer Sean Gasaway, Mississippi boy, has become a hurricane-like force to be reckoned with.

 

"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

 

 
 

 

The Rough & Tumble are as easy to detect as a stray dog on your doorstep-- and as difficult to send home. The dumpster-folk, thriftstore-Americana duo, consisting of Mallory Graham & Scott Tyler, have been hobbling around the country in their 16’ camper since 2015, when their Nashville landlord left them without heat during an ice storm for 12 days. Then she tried to hike the rent. Enough was enough, and The Rough & Tumble gave their 30 days notice at their jobs and their lease, sold most of what they owned, and hopped into their shoddily built camper, in spite of the lot salesman's advice. They picked up a couple of actual strays along the way-- two 100lb dogs, Puddle & Magpie Mae-- and have been making themselves at home in living rooms, bars, theaters, and festivals across the country. They've been recognized as a Feature Showcase Artist at 2018 SERFA, and a 2018 honorable mention for the Listening Room Network.



Even at their start in 2011, The Rough & Tumble are collectors. Trinkets, instruments, stories shoved in cupholders, and scraps of paper sticking out of old books they never planned to read, the duo couldn’t resist filling their pockets with tiny things that may be useful down the road. Until they hit the road. Limited in space, The Rough & Tumble are a new kind of collector: songwriting with illustration, and arranging each song with a menagerie of instruments, ranging from acoustic guitars to mailbox snares to a banjulele. "Their Americana music is restorative, their performance highly entertaining, their orchestra of unusual instruments intriguing, and… jokes and stories are worthy of an HBO special." (Linda Bolton, Cozy Cabin House Concerts).

 

"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

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