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Raspberry Pie is all about funky, tongue-in-cheek songs with singalong choruses that ALWAYS keep the dancefloor packed and grooving! Tunes like Loveseat, Nerdy Talk, and Left Lane bridge the gap between funk, disco, and pop culture, which means there’s a slice of The Pie for everyone. Since their first show in 2015, Raspberry Pie has […]


“You have made me so happy. Every time I see these videos I laugh. I love that. We need to laugh.” -Kelly Clarkson, November 2020 With sultry, nostalgic RnB instrumentation and clever comical lyricism, TimaLikesMusic takes listeners through daily emotional journeys. As a creator, producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, she composes content that’s been played more […]


According to musician, singer and songwriter JJ Grey, “The best songs I’ve ever written, I never wrote. They wrote themselves. The best show I ever played, played itself and had little to do with me or talent. To me, those things come from the power of an honest moment, and I guess I’m trying to […]

SON OF A BAD MAN (reunion show)

SHAWN FISHER will be doing a full band SON OF A BAD MAN show for JACK RABBITS 25 YEAR ANNIVERSARY!!! The son of a classic rock-fan dad and a country-loving mom, Shawn started in his teens as a solo acoustic artist, working the clubs and coffeehouses of his native Jacksonville, Florida. Although he sometimes performed […]


THE TOASTERS: 43 Years of Ska “In my opinion, The Toasters are to ska in America the 1980s and beyond what The Specials were to ska in the U.K. in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, and what the Skatalites were to ska in Jamaica in the 1960s. The Toasters were innovators, creators, shapers of […]


Bilmuri is a American one man alternative/pop rock/post-hardcore project founded by former Attack Attack!member Johnny Franck in 2016. The name Bilmuri is a abbreviated parody of the great comedian and actor Bill Murray. Bilmuri debuted in 2016 with “Jaguar Shark”, “Letters” and a self-titled album, followed up by “Frame” and “Banana” in 2017, along with […]

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