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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.

 

 

 

 
 
 

 

Natalie Kate Robertson is a 15 year old, accomplished singer/songwriter. Even at her young age, she has won multiple songwriting competitions. Natalie is also part of a band, Crossing Dixie, known for their tight family harmonies. Natalie is currently making her mark on country music with her new single "Take Me", which you can stream or download from most music services, including SpotifyApple MusicAmazon MusicGoogle Play, & Youtube.

"For nothing is impossible with God"Luke 1:37

 
Lisa T & Teri D go live with Alabama Jammin' every Thursday Night at 7pm Central featuring live music and interviews from performers in the North Alabama area on WFMC Jams.
 
 
 
 

Effron White was born in West Memphis, Arkansas. He was exposed to the music of Bob Dylan in the early sixties, when the strange new sounds of that young folk singer came emanating out of the walls of his older brother's bedroom. A few years later, he staked claim to a neglected acoustic guitar his brother had gotten for Christmas.
In college, at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, he majored in art while writing songs and performing with his college musical partner, Elmo Sapwater, as the duo, Sapwater and White. After earning a master's degree in art in 1985, he began concentrating more seriously on singing and songwriting. In 1990 he began performing regularly in venues all around northwest Arkansas.

Website: http://www.effronmusic.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EFFRONites/

 

The Midnight Madness Show can be heard live on WFMC Jams every Tuesday from 7-9pm 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.

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  • WFMC Jams is an online internet radio station committed to bringing you original music as well as your favorite classics from a variety of local artists in the area. The station was founded on June 24, 2012 right after the Third Annual Fam Jam music festival in Manchester, TN. The idea came up as a way to continue to give back to the local and regional songwriters and performers in the area year round by promoting their music.

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