More Like Me
More Like Me is a 3-piece Rock band of identical triplet brothers, featuring Jared Roberts on guitar, Justin Roberts on bass, and Jordan Roberts on drums. All 3 sing both lead and harmony vocals. The band writes, records, and plays all it’s own material, and has co-written songs with multi-platinum selling artists such as Dave Rude (Tesla), Scott Moffatt (The Moffatts), Robert Mason (Warrant), and Noah Henson (Pillar/Brantley Gilbert), as well as many other top Nashville songwriters.
Hailing from small town roots, Rexton Lee is a country singer who is going far beyond his humble beginnings. His music has been described as "country with a little bit of kick" and it's a style that has brought him regular gigs around the southeast. He released his first, self titled album in 2012.
Recently featuring on the 2015 season of American Idol, Adam Lasher is a "must hear" singer songwriter and guitarist. His music has been featured on several TV shows, and he's even been impersonated by the Tonight Show's own Jimmy Fallon.
Tony Murnahan is a finger stylist hailing from North Carolina. Tony explores organic, instrumental, minimalistic soundscapes that journey through odd time signatures. His sounds range from finger tapping, abstract foley, and warm tones delivered in a raw recording that sometimes leaves a feeling of loneliness.
Dina Hall is an award-winning singer, songwriter and recording artist from Bethlehem, PA, USA. Her songs deal with the conflict between the head and the heart, often striking up conversations between them both. Her playing style uses the bright, percussive strength of her Yairi Alvarez guitar to support her passionate vocals.
Eric Van Houten
Country music singer/songwriter from Buffalo New York, Eric Van Houten has been performing and writing for almost 9 years now. At age 23, the high energy and emotion he puts on stage is exhilarating, captivating, and entertaining. A top 40 "Country Artist to Watch" of 2016.
Drayton Farley is a 21 year old musician|singer|songwriter from the town of Woodstock, Alabama. If you like real, raw music, you'll love what he brings to the table.