Honey & the 45’s is a Chicago-based 5-piece band that combines elements of folk, blues, funk, and soul. Their powerful vocals, poetic lyrics, and pocket grooves deliver a sometimes playful, sometimes somber sound like nothing you’ve heard before.
Born and raised in Chicago, Dennis Florine has been touring the country for the past four years. In addition to performing music venues and schools across the nation, he has toured in 8 European countries. Attracting all sorts of audiences, Florine finished up a summer of performing for the Illinois Shakespeare Festival in Bloomington, IL, as well as touring full time.
There are only so many times you can take back that cheating lover or accept excuses from a lazy scrub. It’s easier said than done, but one soul band is taking a stand. The Right Now isn’t going to take it anymore. The Right Now is fed up. And on their second record, The Right Now Gets Over You.
Bible of the Devil is a four-piece high-intensity Rock n’ Roll Metal band from Chicago, Illinois. With numerous albums and 7” singles to their credit, the band has carved themselves quite a niche in the heavy rock underground over the past 13 years as carriers of the flame of classic, loud, hook-filled guitar rock, yet with their own modern interpretation.
April’s passion for music started at a very young age. She was fascinated with her father playing his Martin guitar. Her Mother would sing to her as a small child and as she grew, her love for music grew. Her Grandfather would set her on his lap in his radio studio and play old 78’s of Big jazz bands and artists like Nat King Cole, Otis Redding and Billie Holiday.
Dave Byron is a self-studied professional musician and an International Guitarist. At an early age he was introduced to music by his father, who was an actor, and loved to play movie soundtracks and classical music at home. At the age of 11, Dave picked up the guitar and has played it endlessly over the past 30 years.