The Hollow Roots

The Hollow Roots met six years ago when all four members moved from their respective homes to Murfreesboro, TN. After playing out in Murfreesboro's dense house show scene for four years they amassed a small but loyal following. They have now moved to Nashville where they tour regularly and throw their own house shows. It's been a lengthy, but sound start to what will be a long journey for the four best friends. They pride themselves in being very in tune with new music so they build on to their classic rock roots. The band prides themselves on being 100% DIY. From touring to throwing house shows at their, to self producing their first album and videos with the help of their friends.
Pulling influence from the hardest rocking bands of the 60s and 70s, The Hollows have amassed an expansive repertoire of original, fuzz-drenched, soulful rock songs. Currently the band plans on playing as many shows in as many different places as possible and connecting with everyone they meet.

Ferris and the Wheels

With an extensive set list written and multiple tours under their belt, Ferris and the Wheels will embark on their first full-length album adventure.

Titled "Participation Trophy", this album is set to commence in early 2018. Like everything else they do, in music and in life, you can expect this album to be nothing short of creative insanity, paranoid excitement, and full-throttle rock n' roll.

The Whiskey Hollow

The Whiskey Hollow are an up-and-coming 4 piece roots/alternative rock band from Cleveland Ohio. Priding themselves on high energy and emotional performances across the region, The Whiskey Hollow has toured extensively in the Midwest and East Cost, playing a variety of venues from DIY clubs to the House of Blues. The Whiskey Hollow has also been invited to perform at annual music festivals such as Britewinter (Cleveland, 2017 & 2018), Neo Cycle (Cleveland, 2018), Burning River Fest (Cleveland, 2017), and River Scene Indie Fest (Michigan, 2018), while also playing direct support for national acts like the All-American Rejects and The Stone Foxes. The Whiskey Hollow recently released their newest EP, Greenhouse, a genre-bending rock and roll journey with diverse rock/blues/indie influences paired with powerhouse vocals and unique melodies. Singer Madeline Finn, a staple on the local scene since winning the coveted Cleveland High School Rock-off as the first female fronted act in history, was recently cast in American Idol (2018) as a program finalist. The Whiskey Hollow are currently writing and performing, prepping for a slew of Summer 2018 shows and a release for august.

After a fire destroyed his home in 2009, Lenny Pey moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue a career in music. He gained internet fame when he and a friend recorded "The Girl Is Mine"; a video of which on YouTube went viral and led to his appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2010. In 2011, Pey wrote "All of My Tomorrows" with Colt Ford, which was released on Ford's 2012 Declaration of Independence album. The song topped the charts and Lenny received a Billboard Number One Award.

In 2012, Pey signed with Streamsound Records, a label founded by Grammy-award winning producer Byron Gallimore and Jim Wilkes. Pey's debut album was produced by Byron Gallimore and Tim McGraw. Pey's debut single, "Somethin' Like Somethin'", was released on May 14, 2013 and reached number 53 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. In August 2013, Pey toured with McGraw during the Two Lanes of Freedom Tour. Later that month he released an exclusive track, "Memory or Me", to He also released a special track, "Wild Child", on SiriusXM The Highway in November 2013. Pey's second single, is called "Won't Be Young Forever" and was released in April 2014. Shortly after its release, Streamsound Records closed and Pey became an independent artist.

Lenny Pey currently resides in Nashville, TN and is working on several upcoming projects



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