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Larry Scroggs Band
The Larry Scroggs Band is an independent multi-genre / original music band based out of Northeast Georgia. Most members sing, transferring lead vocal roles throughout a show, making the song selection unpredictable. Larry Scroggs is a working songwriter and is currently co-writing with several respectable local and Nashville writers. The band was established in 2012 by front man Larry Scroggs. Members include Larry Scroggs- (Vocals/ Bass Guitar/ Guitar/ Songwriter, Keith Elliott (Drums/ Vocals), Chris Motes (Lead Guitar/ Vocals), "The Deacon" Jason Sauls (Keyboard & Vocals) . The band books many various types of live music venues / occasions including, but not limited to- Festivals, songwriter shows, local bars, corporate events, house parties etc. Full production is available The band can be contacted through our contact form listed below for inquires / booking and management will be in touch asap.

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

 

 
 

 

Singer, songwriter, and guitarist Jeffrey Allan Lane, mostly known simply as Jeff Lane grew up in Kingsport, Tennessee, where he began playing guitar fervently at the age of fourteen; fascinated by the invention of the “historic” MTV and the great rock guitar players of that era. From an even younger age, his musical roots were watered by his mother’s record collection that was packed full of greats like Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band, The Eagles, Elton John, Jim Croce, Elvis, The Beatles, and the Commodores. Sneaking over to a neighbor’s house he learned about hot bands AC/DC, Pat Benetar, and REO Speedwagon. After forming a few high school rock bands, life took Jeff out of the public pursuit of his dream. For the next 20 years, he kept his songwriting pursuit private all while picking out the biggest influences in each generation to add to his sound. With a major economical turn of events in 2010, and the loss of Jeff’s business and his farm, an unexpected door opened that started his long-awaited musical journey. That winter collaboration began with Matthew Oakes which would quickly lead to a series of phone calls from guitarist/producer Quentin Horton wanting to record the project known as Hundred Acres. While in the studio, Hundred Acres was officially joined by Horton on lead and slide guitars, as well as guest tracks from fiddle player Kevin Jackson and former Allison Krause & Union Station guitarist Tim Stafford who was touring with Blue Highway as an award-winning guitarist. The result was Jeff’s first record “Where the Buffalo Roam” which he debuted on his 40th birthday in 2011 at his first official gig. Although nervous and clumsy on stage at first, the music brought an energy that grew quickly resulting in a second record exactly one year later called “Feels Good”. At this point, Horton who formerly experienced development in Nashville suggested that Jeff pursue his next step by experiencing songwriters in other places to find more influence and experience, replicating the journey he had taken years before. For the next few years, Lane followed the advice and began playing hundreds of open mics and songwriter rounds within a two hour (100 miles) driving radius so that he could return the same night for work the next day. His soulful and story-telling style of songwriting, along with tasteful guitar work quickly acquired notoriety as someone wanted in “good” rounds, and opened doors further away and into Nashville where he regularly appears at venues such as the world-famous Commodore. With the growth achieved by constant appearances as a songwriter, Lane has become a powerhouse that commands most rooms, bringing audiences to full attention with the sound of his soulful voice of heavily bluesy-style guitar licks on a beaten 1953 Gibson LG-1. Jeff Lane has made many appearances on indie radio stations including the famous “Blue Plate Special” WDVX in Knoxville, TN, and “Appalshop” on WMMT in Whitesburg, KY. Jeff, in addition, has performed with many A-list performers and writers over the years including Tim Stafford, Chris Knight, Kim Williams, Sean Gasaway, Benjy Gaither, Steve Williams, Aaron Barker, Keith Anderson, Lance Miller, Doug Johnson, Bobby Tomberlin, Mark Steven Jones, Randy Finchum, Lara Landon, Emily Minor, Annie Robinette, Bobby Starnes, Justin Mychals, Karen Reynolds, Mason Reed, Robby Hopkins, Mo Pitney, Bill LaBounty, Carrie Tillis, Willy “Big Eyes” Smith, Folk Soul Revival, Holly Williams, Hilary Williams, Bill DiLuigi, Lanndon Lingerfelt, Johnathan Dean, Marc-Alan Barnette, PJ Steelman, Scott Southworth, Heino Meoller, Morgan Alexander, Judy Paster and many more.

 

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

 

 
 

 

IN THE IN BETWEEN OUT NOW!

“In The In Between” is a collection of songs written over 9 years (2011-2019) that have, for one reason or another, stood the test of time. These songs have followed us from Dubois, WY where we met in late 2010, to the Studio I & II apartment complex behind the Colonial Liquor Store on 8th Ave in Nashville. These songs followed us while we fell in and out of love with one another, and these songs were the common thread that sewed up our hearts and held us together. These songs took on a whole new life, energy, and purpose after 2 years on the road with our guitarist, Luke Marshall.

These songs have been sung in dive bars, theaters, living rooms, and everywhere in between, all over the country. They’ve been kept alive by our fans that have requested them throughout the years, somehow knowing every word even though they had never been recorded.

These songs gave us the courage to make this record. Our fans gave us the reason to and we can’t wait for the world to hear it.

This one’s for you,

Steevie & Jon & Luke

 

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

 

 
 

 

Travis Bigwood and The Lonesome Doves are an Americana Folk band from Knoxville, TN. Their songs focus storytelling. "I started writing songs because I wanted to tell a story. I wanted to share the anthology of my experiences growing up in East Tennessee and feel that connection that only music can bring. I try to capture the sound of the hardships and all the goodness that echo through these mountains."
"It’s the sound of a young man attempting to make peace with his past and coming to terms with the changes of his present — the realization that while he might not be where he was or even where he wants, that good things happen. There’s both celebration and solace in such a moment of clarity, and that Bigwood spins it into sonic gold is evidence of an artistic soul wise beyond the years of its mortal shell." - Steve Wildsmith of The Daily Times (Maryville, TN)

 

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

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

From performing at Nashville’s legendary Bluebird Café and Puckett’s to taking the stage at festivals throughout Kansas, Ohio, and Kentucky, Ava Rowland is a talent worth keeping an eye on. The contemporary country music artist cites an eclectic list of artistic inspirations ranging from Carrie Underwood to Lauren Daigle to Elvis Presley.

Her songwriting is in full evidence all over Polaroid Picture, her debut release. A great example is the heart-wrenching “My Last Words,” a song that was inspired by the tragic events that unfolded at Parkland High – and the family members left behind.

“My Dad was watching a vigil for the Parkland shooting victims. A father of victim Jamie Guttenberg was saying how he can remember the busyness of the morning and what she was wearing but he can’t remember if he told her that he loved her. Such a strong statement made me realize that we never know when it’ll be the last time, we see someone.”

The EP also contains the title track - Ava’s very first radio single - the upbeat “Polaroid Picture,” of which she says, “It’s about having someone special in your life that who is just an original, a classic…just like a Polaroid Picture.”

Ava is currently promoting her debut EP, which is produced by well-known Nashville songwriter, Britton Cameron (toured with Toby Keith, Hootie and the Blowfish, Leann Rimes). She says it was a thrill being in the studio with him. “He taught me a lot during recording. It was a truly educational experience, and I feel I am the better for it.” The instrumentation for the album was recorded at Nashville’s Keystone Studio, while the vocals were all tracked at Cameron’s home studio.

The EP is available for streaming and purchase on all major platforms, including iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon.

When she isn’t working on music, Ava can be found advocating “Rachel’s Challenge,” a program about anti-bullying, looking for the best in others and treating them with compassion. The organization was founded in the memory of Columbine High School shooting victim Rachel Scott. Her story is one that struck an emotional chord within her.

“I read about Rachel Scott, and found myself so much into her story, how she was compassionate to others, and how she basically died for her faith in God. It’s a program about anti-bullying, looking for the best in others and treating them with compassion. She wrote a paper and it was called, ‘My Ethics, My Codes of Life.’ She challenges the reader to go out of their way to show compassion because if one person goes out of their way, then they start a chain reaction of the same - about being kind to others.” The foundation creates programs which promote positive climates in schools, including Ohio’s Wellington School District, for which Ava raised $5,500 to bring in “Rachel’s Challenge.”

Ava enjoys spending time with her family and volunteering at her church. When at home, Ava can be found watching TV, or movies such as 8 Seconds and The Notebook. However, she’s hoping to be quite busy promoting her new music. What are her goals? She has set the bar high. “I want to be on tour and on the CMA Awards. That would be nice,” she says with boundless enthusiasm. Whatever her career path, Ava stresses she will never forget where her gifts come from. “All my blessings come from my savior Jesus Christ. I would be nothing without him.”

 

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

 

 
 

 

 
 

 

Sisters Rachal & Emily collaborated as the restless in 2016.

With over 400 live performance credits, the restless continue to find new ways to engage with listeners. Growing up near Nashville, both sisters began performing at festivals and songwriting rounds at very young ages.

The duo’s original song “Phone Calls to Heaven” placed number one in the Kentucky songwriting competition during the girls’ high school career. That same year, the duo performed at a national education event at The Galt House in Louisville, which honored and encouraged strengthening education.

​The restless are the founders of “Songs for Change” an annual benefit concert focused on giving back to a charitable or nonprofit organization of the group’s choosing.

The restless define their sound as Pop with singer-songwriter storytelling, hints of early 2000’s style, layered with harmony.

​Recently, The restless completed their first Southwestern/ Midwest tour titled “The Introduction Tour.”

In 2018, the restless began working on their first debut Pop EP titled “Change.”

The EP captures the many different types of change, and tells the story of an individual eventually becoming okay with who they are.

“CHANGE” EP is the restless’ most recent release and was released November 29, 2019.

 

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

 

 
 

 

John was born and raised on the Chesapeake shore in Maryland. He learned to copy Dylan's guitar/harmonica style to impress his girlfriend in high school. He joined the Army and participated in Desert Storm (1991). He is a nurse / music therapist at Siskin Hospital.
John plays Irish Celtic mountain music about the miners, farmers, and blue collar working man. His songs and albums reflect social justice and nostalgia for the good old days a la Woodie Guthrie, Gordon Lightfoot, and Bob Dylan.
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"In the House" at the Grinder House is broadcast live on WFMC Jams every Friday from 6-8pm central.

 

 
 

 

Brian Ashley Jones is a soulful singer, acclaimed guitarist, and versatile touring songwriter whose Bluesy Americana guitar-driven tunes have found their way into film and television and have been recorded by many other performing artists. Originally from the Greenville/Spartanburg area of South Carolina and a longtime resident of East Nashville, TN, Brian performs internationally at festivals, concert series, clubs, music education programs and music conferences.

Jones' 3rd CD of original songs entitled Out Of The City is slated for a Spring 2015 release and features collaborations with Jonell Mosser, Suzi Ragsdale, Ike Stubblefield, Kevin McKendree, and more!

Brian's 2007 release, Courier, made the Top 40 of the Roots Music Report, broke the Top 100 of the Americana Music Association's album chart, and has received widespread commercial, college, public, and international radio play. The swampy instrumental "Pull 'em Up" has been featured in the widely acclaimed PBS television series "Road Trip Nation" and "Free To Miss You" has been featured in the British ITV2 network television show "Amanda Holden's Fantasy Lives".

Jones' guitar chops and relentless touring earned him a nomination for Best American Roots Guitar Player in the Alternate Root's 2011 Reader's Choice Awards. Brian has accompanied a diverse batch of artists on stage and in the recording studio including Grammy Award winning songwriter Jon Vezner, Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame inductee Jerry Foster, Eric Heatherly, Caroline Aiken, Thom Shepherd, Sara Hickman, Donna Hopkins, David Gans, Corinne West, Doug Jones, Donovan Roberts, Jeff Black, Diane Durrett, Ralph Roddenbery, Deep Blue Sun, Celeste Krenz, Wyatt Easterling, and Spuyten Duyvil.

 

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

 

 
 

 

Jamie Adamson has spent the majority of his life singing and writing songs. Jamie grew up between Alabama and Mississippi where he was either listening to his Grandpa Herman play guitar or fiddle around the wood stove in the back room of their old general store home place or watching his mother and dad sing in church. Jamie eventually became a part of those old gospel style camp meetings where he started out playing a snare and high-hat with Pastor Ray Thompson. Jamie would soon get his first guitar at age 13 from Pastor Ray and take his first crack at learning to play an electric guitar. The skills he learned early in life carried him on to Nashville at the age of 23. Where he honed his singing and guitar skills to the degree of actually becoming a working musician. Jamie toured the casino and club circuit for many years and shared a stage with greats like Steve Cropper of The Blues Brothers Band, Blind Mississippi Morris, Jerry Waddell, Ryan Larkins from CMT Can You Duet, Jennie C Riley, and Mark Collie. Jamie moved back to the Alabama Gulf Coast in 2015 and is looking to build on the music career he started in Tennessee. If you have an opportunity to see him perform you will not be disappointed. Jamie's songs are written with heart felt lyrics, coming from true life experiences, and filled with pure raw emotion.

 

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

 

 
 

 

Jason Adams is a country music artist. He was born March 15th 1977 in Adrian, Michigan and was raised in the small Village of Camden, MI. He began performing at the age of 5 and began the writing process at the age of 16. He has had many accomplishments in his life including, but not limited to:

He won the Rising Star-Male Vocalist Of The Year
He received the Horizon Entertainer of the Year award for 2013 from the NACMAI North American Country Music Association International
He was the opening act for Bill Haley’s Comets twice
He sang with great artists such as country music legends Johnny Moore, Ronnie McDowell, Dan Seals, Lynn Anderson, Wade Jackson and others
He performed on Nashville Cowboy Church with Joann Cash, Glenn Douglas Tubb, and Alex Harvey
He participated in a televised talent show in 1994 on the Keystone Inspirational Network called Nashville Star Seek
He appeared on the Chico and B Man TV show on Ben Lomand Cable Network
He is affiliated with an internet radio station out of Manchester, TN www.wfmcjams.com

Jason recently performed at The Commadore Lounge in Nashville on July 25th, Camden Farmers Day parade in Camden, Michigan on August 10th and most recent at the Brew in Manchester, Tennessee on August 31st.

Jason has been leaving a trail of great country music along his path leaving audiences begging for more. His music is genuine, authentic, classic country and some of the best music to grab your partner and hit the dance floor with.

Jason Adams is proud to announce the release of his debut CD titled “Can’t Get No Ease” featuring the lead single that graces the same title. This lead song is about a guy who was on the down and out and just couldn’t catch a break. The typical American living paycheck to paycheck. The arrangements are just magical, as you would have expected from a talent of his caliber. The traditional country sounds, the deep vocals, the country ballads, the toe tappin’ country swing songs and those catchy verses, are all so perfectly arranged and delivered that audiences fall in love with this beautiful music.

 

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

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