Levi Burkle -(pronounce Berk’lee) is a singer/songwriter living in the Pacific NorthWest. He plays all original acoustic jazz, folk, rock and country music. As a musician he has recorded and produced a number of albums and has had songs featured in multiple films. His most recent works include KrashZen, 3 Cent Stamp and the Maze album. Among these he has also released a number of singles that have been released online and videos on his youtube channel. Levi also teaches music at Whidbey Island Music Instruction (aka WIMI) in Langley, WA.
Wes Sp8 - (stylized as Sp8) ,a Seattle singer/songwriter originally from Tennessee, has played many of the venues in Seattle WA and Nashville TN and has toured to places such as Vancouver BC, Oregon, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Texas, New York, Spain, Italy and France. His music varies widely from Americana to Bluesy to Rock with a weirdo punk attitude. Speight is the frontman of the Blues-Punk trio Wes Sp8 & the Apollo Proxy, is in bands WaterPenny and Aline & Wes.
Chris Baron - The music he creates is americana freefall folk. He travels solo with a kick drum and guitar, or with @MeganDawnViola if the timing is right.
It's all about Habits. As of January 2019, a new album and music video are out.
The songs regard a variety of Life-in-North-America things, some of import, most with an emphasis on lively and fun. For those happy enough to hear it. The studio sessions are layered, creative, and compellingly self-produced. The live performance is the charm.
Contemporary bands Chris is most excited about:
Punch Brothers. Avett Brothers. Tk & the Holy Know-Nothings. Floater.
Portland songwriter Dan Weber says "...Chris' live show exudes the
wonderment and enthusiasm of an artist drawing an authentic
connection with his audience...feeding off that raw live energy...he
rocks out and storytells the way Wilco and The Avett Brothers have so
Austin songwriter and family man Jake Riggs declares "...It's not hard
to tell that Baron was born to perform. From the solemn to the goofy,
sentimental to grateful, his mannerisms and charisma effortlessly
transition between the songs and the mood of the room. 'How can
Chris be in all moods at all times?' you have asked many times. It took
thousands of hours of stage time, thousands of gallons of beer and
more heartbreak than the average human can endure. So go see Chris
Baron live. He'll be the long-haired, tall approachable guy holding the
guitar...and chances are he'll be smiling..."