Wes Urbaniak

Urbaniak’s experimental expressionism puts fire to the gasoline structure of folk music. As his songwriting began to develop and his content deepen, the pursuit for the absolute dynamics of the solo musician in real time rose up and what was learned was continually reinvested into his artistry. His songwriting can be thought of as a quilting of life lived, lessons learned, humility sought, and understanding earned through the processes of becoming a steady and thoughtful man. In order to develop a more whole and full sound, Urbaniak has enlisted the skill sets of David Baneulos, Bass/guitar, and Mat Regele, 8-string ukulele/bass. They are the Mountain Folk that bring up the steady, the harmony, and the melody behind Urbaniak.

Nici Peper

Nici Peper is a Rootsy, Americana Folk singer-songwriter based in Minneapolis, MN influenced by the tradition of classic storytellers. She has been described as vintage and soulful, and her lyrics are open and honest. She writes of love, heartbreak and her dreams; exposing her inner souls to the world within her lyrics and music.

Nici Peper has opened for Elvis Monroe, Hobo Jim, and among several other acts, for Brett Michaels. She's toured Alaska, the Ozarks and the Midwest. She's played the Main Stage of The Girdwood Forest Fair in Girdwood, Alaska, been on TV and the radio a bit in "Bluebird", a series that was featured on Minnesota’s Kare 11. In 2016, Nici took home the title of Minneapolis’s most authentic artist in the “Twin Cities Wholly Guacamole” sponsored contest, while competing against hundreds of other local artists.

Jeromy is an actor and songwriter based out of the Twin Cities. His passion is to bring music to the forgotten and disenfranchised and through The Salvage Project he's done just that - performing in prisons and shelters in over a 3rd of America in the last 4 years alone. He married his only girlfriend over 16 years ago and they have 3 boys under the age of 9.

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