Jamestown Revival

9:45pm on Aug 31

Peoples Bank/ East Stage

Is an American rock duo made up of Zach Chance and Jonathan Clay. The childhood friends from Magnolia, Texas, write songs about everyday life that are a combination of harmonies that merge Southern country, Americana and Western rock music. Their first album Utah was originally self-released in early 2014 and then re-released by Republic Records later the same year. iTunes named Utah Best of 2014, Singer-Songwriter Album of the Year. Jamestown Revival has been featured in Rolling Stone magazine and covered in the Wall Street Journal. The band has made appearances at music festivals in the U.S., including the South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival in Austin, Texas, Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, Austin City Limits Music Festival, and a musical appearance on Conan.

The Small Glories

6:15pm on Aug 30st
Peoples Bank / East Stage

Roots powerhouse duo The Small Glories are Cara Luft & JD Edwards, a musical tour-de-force partnership planted on the Canadian Prairies. Thrown together purely by accident for an anniversary show at Winnipeg’s venerable West End Cultural Centre, The Small Glories could almost make you believe in fate.

With a stage   striking a unique balance between slapstick and sermon, these veteran singer-songwriters have a way of making time disappear, rooms shrink, and audiences feel as they are right there on the stage with the band — writing the songs, living the songs, performing the songs. It’s not uncommon for listeners to find themselves laughing, dancing, crying, or caught up in a good ol’ fashioned sing-along. “We’re folk singers, we try to write stuff that people can relate to,” says the multi-instrumentalist Edwards, whose looming stage presence and penetrating eyes find him the yin to Luft’s petite, snort-laughing yang. The material of a Small Glories concert is welcoming in terms of subject, folk-pop melody and instrumentation — songs of love, loss, and environment, delivered with soaring, interwoven vocals on various combinations of stomping clawhammer banjo, guitar and harmonica. However, a Small Glories performance is really about what happens in-between the songs. “The feedback we get from a lot of audiences is that it’s not just about the music for them,” Luft says. “It’s the whole package.”

4TH + MAIN

6:00pm and 9:30pm on Aug 30th

Peoples Bank / East Stage

With youthful, high-energy stage performances and pure vocal blends, 4th and Main is quickly establishing themselves as the new crossroads in country music by combining a modern sound with a classic, four-part approach to making music. Chase McDaniel, Randy Austin, Chris Chavez, and Blake Whitlock are turning heads in the genre with musical direction from ten-time GRAMMY® nominated and three-time BMI Music Award-winning producer Wayne Haun.

“Harmony has always played a major role in music for me and is what made me fall in love with country music,” Haun explained. “As a kid, I'd race to my grandma's house to hear ‘Elvira’ by The Oaks and ‘Elizabeth’ by The Statlers on the radio. I watched the Mandrell Sisters religiously on TV. As the years progressed, I absorbed the harmonies of Restless Heart and Diamond Rio…and on to Little Big Town. Harmony draws the listener in immediately and makes you want to sing along. Sometimes it's quite unexplainable. 4th & Main continues that tradition.

The Talbott Brothers

3:15 pm on Aug 31 

Peoples Bank Stage Stage

A Portland based duo composed of bothers Nick and Tyler Talbott. Born and raised in Imperial, a small town in Southwestern Nebraska, they began writing and performing together in the summer of 2012 before relocating to Portland. Forming an alternative blend of folk, rock and blues.  The Talbott brothers creativity combine blood harmonies with storytelling infectious melodies.

LeRoy Bell & his only Friends

7:45pm on Aug 31

Peoples Bank /East Stage

LeRoy Bell is an American singer and songwriter. He and his friend Casey James played in Special Blend, and then went on to form their own duo Bell and James, also composing songs that were hits for other artists most notably two charting hit singles for Elton John. Later Bell became a member of the trio Only Friends. In 2011, Bell applied for the American The X Factorand was chosen for the Final 16 and went on to the live shows being mentored by Nicole Scherzinger. He was eliminated after the fifth live show finishing 8th overall in the inaugural season of the American The X Factor when he was in bottom three with Marcus Canty and Lakoda Rayne.LeRoy Bell is an American singer and songwriter. He and his friend Casey James played in Special Blend, and then went on to form their own duo Bell and James, also composing songs that were hits for other artists most notably two charting hit singles for Elton John. Later Bell became a member of the trio Only Friends. In 2011, Bell applied for the American The X Factor and was chosen for the Final 16 and went on to the live shows being mentored by Nicole Scherzinger. He was eliminated after the fifth live show finishing 8th overall in the inaugural season of the American The X Factor when he was in bottom three with Marcus Canty and Lakoda Rayne.

Nathaniel Talbot

2:30 Aug 31

Island Thrift / West Stage

Raised in the wooded foothills southeast of Portland, OR, the big firs and wide farmscapes of childhood made a life-long impression on Talbot’s songwriting. “The natural setting imprinted on my sense of self, and populated my brain with the imagery and storylines that would later manifest in my songwriting.” He began learning piano at age seven, started a punk rock band at thirteen, and quickly thereafter began steeping himself in guitar-driven sounds of Kelly Joe Phelps, Elliott Smith, Bill Frisell and other Pacific Northwest heroes. Over the next 15 years, Talbot honed an approach to songwriting and storytelling, driven by his complex, yet delicate, fingerstyle guitar work, which earned him a distinct place in the northwest folk scene. His lately incarnation goes full-electric, featuring island locals Keegan Harshman on bass and Andrew Dorsett on drums, fusing Talbot's folk-roots approach to storytelling with more contemporary elements of R&B, prog and indie-rock. 

The Lonesome Town Painters

12:30 pm Aug 31

Peoples Bank / West Stage

The Lonesome Town Painters are a tried-and-true, bona fide bluegrass band hailing from the Pacific Northwest. These fellas have a look, style and sound that harkens back to the raw and ragged edge of the genre. And while they draw deeply from the masters of the golden era, it’s their original songs that demonstrate just how far these fellas have come. Their songwriting is grounded in tradition, anchored by the soaring harmonies, melodic instrumentation and pushing drive that has come to define their spirited and highly entertaining performances.

Gypsy Temple

6:30pm Aug 30th

Island Thrift / West Stage

Gypsy Temple has a singular mission: grab alt-rock by the collar and drag it into the waiting arms of a new generation. The Seattle, WA groups’ debut album King Youngblood is a bold declaration that unironic, melodic rock’n’roll continues to stand tall as a vibrant medium of self-expression.

All classically trained musicians that came up through public school music programs, Lavi-Jones and bandmates Cory Cavazos (electric cello), Kai Hill (drums), Hamoon “Moon” Milaninia (bass), and Martin Creed (guitar) teamed up with Maurice Jones Jr. (Neville Brothers, Peter Gabriel) and multiplatinum producer Phillip Peterson (A$AP Rocky, Portugal the Man, Pink) to craft an undeniable, arresting debut LP.

Joann Quintana Band

Island Thrift Stage

Saturday Aug 31,1:00

Joann Quintana Band is an eclectic, singer-songwriter group based on Whidbey Island. They perform genre-hopping originals that feature roots-based lyrics and catchy beats, driving rhythms, sly and slinky jazz, Chicago-style blues and indie folk-rock: “Oh Ray,” a catchy Afro-beat number about a #MeToo moment; “Taking the Money,” a driving folk-rock runaway song – she’s leaving, but not going quietly; “Meat On Your Bones,” a boogie-woogie beat ‘twang song – she’s after a man with meat on his bones! This group’s original tunes will rock your body and move your soul. Their just-released studio album “Not Enough Sundays” is available at www.JoannQuintanaMusic.com. Joann Quintanais singer-songwriter and rhythm guitarist; Kevin Voigtplays bass guitar; multi-instrumentalist Frederick Bryanplays keyboard, lead guitar and harmonica; David B. Malonyon drums/percussion and sound.

Aug 30th 9:30pm

Island Thrift / West Stage

A bold blast of blended rhymes and bended Time, where Retro-meets-Neo, on a far out ride of funk & soul through spicy Space, infinitely filled with opportunity to freak out an' get on up with ya bad self.

The Olson Band

5:00pm on Sept 1

Island Thrift / West Stage

The Olson Band burst onto the country music scene in 2013 when they won a national songwriting contest for their hit song "Sunrise" in the Texaco Country Showdown, winning them a trip to Nashville to consult with a publishing company and being introduced at The Grand Ole' Opry. The band originated in Olympia, WA and is lead by singer/songwriters and brothers Luke and Isaac Olson and recent addition, Kaylee Rose Olson. Since then, the band has released two full length albums “Lookin’ At You” and “Let The Jack Drop” and an EP “A New High”. They have toured heavily up in the Pacific Northwest the past few years playing in Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Montana, along with receiving radio time in WA for their singles “Kiss Me Slow”, “By and By” and most recently “If I Find You”. Their single “If I Find You” just hit over 2 million streams on Spotify. The bands highly anticipated 3rd studio album "Dancin' In Headlights" was released early 2019 in physical copies and is set for digital release in May. 

7:00pm on Aug 31

Island Thrift / East Stage

“Red Hot Blues and Green-Eyed Soul!”
Janie Cribbs & T.Rust is a mix of powerhouse vocals laced with gorgeous gritty guitar featuring original soulful songs, compelling stories and blues-drenched licks all laid down with irresistible rhythms and melodies.
Featuring Janie Cribbs, Joe Reggiatore, Kevin Holden, and Dave Willis.

Smoky Knights
4:45 Aug 31
Peoples Bank /East Stage

THE Lowdown Drifters

4:00pm on Aug 31

Island Thrift /West Stage

The Lowdown Drifters are a country folk rock band from Washington State formed in 2015 from a shared love of songwriting with the goal of fostering and furthering the tradition of country music. The Drifters began building a fan base and core group of original songs leading up to the 2016 release of their album Wood & Water. In the past several years the Drifters have gone from writing and playing their original songs for friends to playing venues and festivals across the country with artists including Chris Knight, Chase Rice, Randy Rogers Band, Parker McCollum, Shane Smith and the Saints, Jason Boland, Cody Canada, and Leanne Rimes. Their sophomore album, Last Call for Dreamers, was released in April 2019 followed by a national tour promoting the album and broadening the ever expanding reach of Drifters music. 

HARPDOG BROWN & THE UPTOWN BLUES BAND

5:30pm on Aug 31
Island Thrift / West Stage

He’s been called a Blues Evangelist, and that’s a very fitting moniker. "I speak the blues like it's the truth, and it is”, he was recently quoted. "I do feel like I'm a servant of the people. A missionary if you will. Music can heal people if they pay attention to the messages in these songs.” He delivers those messages using the vintage sound whether it be with his lowdown classic blues band the Travelin’ Blues Show or with his new Uptown Blues Band. Harpdog says "Blues has a healing power. It's a beautiful celebration of our perfectly flawed lives. We help people forget about their issues of the moment and then they realize that we all have our issues, and that's OK."

Vancouver-based Harpdog Brown was born in Edmonton in 1962, an adopted child who has felt somewhat detached his whole life - "a lifelong battle of not feeling like I belonged. I feel like I was born for the circus, you know, born to travel. The blues tapped me on the shoulder years ago and said 'this is where you belong, son'. So the blues became my circus and there's no better way to travel than with a band!”

Broken Banjo

1:45 Aug 31

Peoples Bank / East Stage

“Broken Banjo” could be described as a Folk/Americana vocal group,but that would not begin to describe the range of what this exciting trio delivers. In the span of a few songs they can move from a soulful ballad, to a jazz standard, to a classic blues. With Larry Mason on rhythm guitar, Kevin Johnson on lead guitar and Deirdre Fairfax, lead vocals, guitar, harp and penny whistle these three creatively collaborate from their own perspectives and strengths to put a “Broken Banjo” stamp on each song. Their name was adopted from the Deirdre’s father’s music and coffee house in a small town in Millington Tennessee in the mid sixties. It seemed like a perfect namesake for the band that loves to share songs that span across genres and time.

Lizzie Weber

11am on Aug 31

Peoples Bank / East Stage

Born and raised in St. Louis, MO, now based in the Pacific Northwest, Lizzie began her journey as a songwriter living in Studio City, California, where she moved at twenty years old to pursue a career in acting. Two years after her move to Los Angeles, she found herself back in St. Louis writing, recording and producing her self-titled debut album as she pursued a degree in Journalism from Washington University.  

Kelly Thibodeaux and the Etouffee Band

4:30 Sept 1

Peoples Bank / East Stage

Led by the fiddler Mr. Kelly Thibodeaux of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Etouffee combines red hot fiddle, shufflin' rhythm and blues, and kickin' Southern rock to create an exciting new sound known as Swamp Rock.

Backyard Bison

1:30pm Sept 1

Peoples Bank / East Stage

Backyard Bison is a young band from Oak Harbor, WA that produces an exciting alternative rock sound. They cover material from many famous alternative rock bands, with some classic rock thrown in the mix. The band is hard at work recording their first album which should be released by the end of the summer! They have played many gigs at local venues in the Whidbey Island/Skagit County area and have made an appearance in theOak Harbor Music Festival two years running. With their youthful energy and a variety of music, they are always a crowd favorite!

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Teen Talent

12:00pm on Sep 2

Island Thrift Stage


The Paperboys

7:45pm Aug 30

Peoples Bank / East Stage

L.A. Edwards

6:15 on Aug 31st

Peoples Bank / East Stage 

Apollo and the Rockets

2:00 Sept 1

Island Thrift / West Stage

One would argue that in order to be futuristic, you must embrace the retro.Considered a collaboration of funky sounds inspired by motown, soul, and jazz, Apollo & The Rockets dares the audience to join them on this voyage of dance, singing, and steppin'

Cascadia Groove

12:30pm on Sept 1

Island Thrift / West Stage

Cascadia Groove is a contemporary instrumental group playing funky, danceable jazz. The band's sets include original compositions by guitarist, Gary Tobin, and unique versions of popular tunes. Get ready for a tour of jazz, funk and latin influenced music that's sure to get the audience moving and grooving. The band has been playing all over the state and is excited about returning to one of the best music festivals in the region.

Heels to the Hardwood

8:00pm on Aug 30th

Island Thrift / West Stage

Heels To The Hardwood is a soulful Americana rock band that commands the vocal stage with expressive and honest lyrics, intricate guitar riffs, smooth notes of keyboard and pedal steel, and pulsating back beats that will keep your toes tapping and your feet stomping.