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Revel in Romance

Cutting their teeth on themes of passion, pain, love, and sex, REVEL IN ROMANCE’s youthful glow shines with old-soul wisdom that has gathered fans from as far south as Miami to as far north as Seattle. With a blitz of tight, rhythmic instrumentation, wall-of-sound punk allusions, and ethereal 3-dimensional synths, the 5-piece has achieved a soundscape that is as in-depth as it is relatable.

Centered around quirky, yet elegant lead vocalist Saxony Raine, the band formed as an acoustic trio with older brother, Parker Rehklau (rhythm guitar/vocals/composer/songwriter), and Devin Maier (lead guitar/vocals/songwriter). They quickly realized, however, that the sounds they wanted to produce required additional members. Moving away from the acoustic impression they began with, the trio went in search of a permanent percussionist and bassist. They crossed paths with Mark Robinson (drums), a veteran performer in his own right-having played with Keith Urban, Kenny Chesney, and the early Jonas Brothers. The last person added to the group was Remington Rehklau (bass), a multi-instrumentalist who is Saxony and Parker's eldest brother. 

As this five piece, they’ve played stages around the nation as well as Van’s Warped Tour, Sweetwater 420 Fest, Summerfest, and SXSW.

The Broken String Band

Hailing from the Classic City, The Broken String Band is re-defining what it means to play folk music. From its beginnings with founding vocalist Taylor Thompson and songwriter/banjo player Sean Stephansen, the aptly named band has been breaking strings with the intensity and excitement of their performances from Nashville to Atlanta since 2015. The later additions of Laura Camacho (stand-up bass) and John Phillips (drums/multi- instrumentalist) from the Athens Tango Project created an eclectic group of musicians that exemplifies The Broken String Band’s sound: diverse, unique and dynamic. With a live performance that combines alluring, hard-hitting lyrics and harmonies with thrashing banjo, tango-driven bass lines, and the occasional accordion or flute, The Broken String Band encapsulates the feel-good vibe of acoustic jamming with a dash of classical culture thrown in for good measure. Though the group takes on the appearance of a traditional folk act as they take the stage, ample excitement lies in their unexpectedly electrifying style of performing that could feel at home at any rock and roll show. While their debut EP, Prologue: Somebody’s Daughter, demonstrates their tamer, refined style of recording, their evocative performances provide a dramatic range of emotions that will leave you head-banging, smiling, and tearing up.


When was the last time you experienced something truly unexpected? Something out of the ordinary that stuck with you for days after it happened? Those experiences don’t come easily or often, and that’s why seeing JESS is a necessity. Her homegrown musical sensibilities, partnered with a voice that harkens back to the days of the musical “Greats”, will leave you surprised and asking when the next show is.

As a singer/songwriter, she’s been performing for over 20 years and has been lucky enough to meet and work with some amazing artists along the way. That’s why when you come to see JESS, you will also see her incredible friends and peers alongside her onstage. She may be the name on the marquee, but make no mistake, she wouldn’t be where she is without the musical monsters playing and singing alongside her. With credits ranging from Celine Dion to Janelle Monae, this band is as much the star of the show as she is, and that’s how she likes it. Love is the bedrock of every show, and there’s enough of it to go around, and when you show up, she and her friends are gonna make sure you feel it. 

Clint Sansing

Clint Sansing is from Calhoun, Georgia. He grew up listening to the greats like George Strait and Garth Brooks. He’s always enjoyed all kinds of music and has been singing and writing songs since he was 14. Clint also loves the Georgia Bulldogs and fishing.

Daniel Lieving

Daniel Lieving is an independent singer/songwriter from Cartersville, Georgia. His genre blending style gives a transparent view of his musical influences. His first single is “You Look Good On Me” from his upcoming solo EP “These Seasons”. 

The Industry 

The Industry was formed in 2002 in Statesboro, Georgia. The release of their Save Your EP in 2011 opened the door for them to play a number of significant shows including opening for Incubus. In 2013 The Industry released their first full-length album, "Distances" and have recently started playing together again after a hiatus. They are working to release a second album in 2019.

Hunter Callahan

If you asked the 24 year-old singer-songwriter what kind of genre he plays, he’d reply with a simple response; “I just play music.” 

And quite frankly, that’s the truth. 

That question used to be easier for Hunter to answer. He used to just be a blues guitarist. However, at the age of 17, he began writing his own music and developing as a singer. After a few years of cutting his teeth in the Atlanta market he became a sold out headliner at famed venues such as Eddie’s Attic. Hunter then found himself in Nashville recording his first full length effort, “Broken Heart’s & Melodies” (produced by Dana C. Lamb with John Bass) which combined folk songwriting sensibilities with blues guitar playing and hints of pop and R&B; all by his 21st birthday. 

The independent release proved to be a pivotal stepping stone, catching the attention of Atlanta-based producer Dan Hannon (Aaron Shust, Manchester Orchestra) and nationally recognized, Grammy-Nominated Producer “Mama” Jan Smith (Usher, Justin Bieber, The Band Perry, and more). With Hunter continuing his development with Mama Jan, he continued to carve his place in the Atlanta songwriter scene becoming a staple at the city’s songwriting hubs. With a new EP in the works, produced by both Hannon and Mama Jan, the story of Hunter Callahan’s music is just beginning. 

Bradley McKee

Bradley McKee is an up-and-coming pop artist from Athens, GA. His quick whit, big personality, and even bigger voice gives him an instant connection with any audience. He blends traditional pop sounds alongside soulful influences with the occasional country undertones.

Bradley received praise from a handful of industry moguls including Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and Pharrell Williams during his time on NBC's ‘The Voice’.


Playing high energy synth rock, POLYMATH is comprised of a group of artists and friends from Greenville, SC whose goal is to meet and connect with people through music. 

Their 2016 EP “PLYMTH” and 2017 EP “Fountain of Youth” were both featured by as one of their “New and Notable” bands.

Elements of Style

Elements of Style started out as a solo project by Suburban Soul's lead guitarist Gram Wire. After leaving Suburban Soul in late 2010, Wire began writing an 11 song full length album containing multiple genres which would later become Elements of Style's debut album "Waves". After tracking was finished and the album was mastered by legendary engineer Rodney Mills (.38 Special, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Rage Against The Machine), Wire decided the project needed to be a full group instead of a solo project. He enlisted numerous musicians that entered and left the band until finding the current lineup which consists of drummer and percussionist David Goodwin, bassist and multi-instrumentalist Andy Greene Ball, and front-man Zach Fortner (A.K.A Zach Fortnight).

The group’s diverse influences include Rage Against the Machine, Sublime, Nirvana, Minutemen, The Ramones, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Beastie Boys, Queens of the Stone Age, Gorillaz, MGMT, Love and Rockets and Bauhaus, Immortal Technique, KRS One, 2 Chainz, Run the Jewels and Big K.R.I.T.

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