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The Gladiators ft. Droop Lion

The Gladiators

Founded in 1965 by Albert Griffiths, David Webber and Errol Grandison, The Gladiators have released some of the most mythical songs of Jamaican reggae. Their first hit, the single “Hello Carol”, was released in 1968. In 1976, thanks to their signature at Virgin, the trilogy Trenchtown Mix Up, Proverbial Reggae and Naturality have been distributed all around the world and some of the songs of these albums have become classics of reggae as “Mix Up” and “Roots Natty Roots”.

K. Flay

K. Flay

Flay was inspired by artists M.I.A. and Missy Elliott to pursue a career in Rap music.

Cashmere Cat

Cashmere Cat

Cashmere Cat, is a Norwegian DJ, record producer, musician and turntablist, he represented Norway in the DMC World DJ Championships as DJ Final from 2006 to 2009. He appeared on the international EDM scene in 2012, with remixes and edits of songs by Lana Del Rey, 2 Chainz, and Jeremih. His debut EP, Mirror Maru, released in October 2012, gained recognition from several other producers. His debut studio album is set to be released in 2017.

Oddisee & Good Compny

Oddisee & Good Compny

featuring Olivier St. Louis.

Cherry Poppin' Daddies

Cherry Poppin' Daddies

The Cherry Poppin' Daddies are an American band established in Eugene, Oregon in 1989.

That 1 Guy

That 1 Guy

Mike Silverman, better known as That 1 Guy, is an American musician based in Las Vegas, Nevada. He frequently performs and records as a one-man band, singing and using a variety of homemade musical instruments.

Big Wild

Big Wild

Along with announcing the tour, Big Wild released his second single from the EP “I Just Wanna” and is very excited to see it quickly gaining traction. 

David Wilcox

David Wilcox

First in Eugene in 1994, last here in 2014, David Wilcox has been hanging his hat here for twenty years.  The Cleveland-born, North Carolina-based Wilcox is a father, a husband, a citizen and a songwriter.  David is now eighteen records into a career marked both by personal revelation and wildly loyal fans.  His lyrical insight is matched by a smooth baritone voice, virtuosic guitar chops, and creative open tunings, giving him a range and tenderness rare in folk music. 

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