On Friday night, we were treated to something incredible by Anastasia Elliot.Watch the Replay
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As Micah Butler proved at our Underground Writers Round this past November, she needs nothing more than an acoustic guitar and her voice to leave jaws on the floor in amazement.
But, in case you missed the fun that night, here’s some live-action proof that you can watch anytime.Watch ‘Close Enough’
If you’ve been following along here at UMC, you may have heard about Brother Dusty, a versatile musician with plenty to say, and perhaps even more ways to deliver his message.
In case you haven’t, here’s a chance to get acquainted!Watch ‘The Initiation’
Nashville singer-songwriter Kamber has embarked on a variety of musical endeavors over the years, most notably through her heavy alternative rock band, Raviner.
However, listeners have never heard her quite like this.Get a First Listen
Pennsylvania native Anthony Cubbage has gained a reputation as one of the region’s most versatile and prolific songwriters. Whether performing with his full band, Cubbage, or venturing out on a new solo project, you can be sure he always has something coming down the pike for your enjoyment.
So, here’s something older made new: Cubbage’s song “Disappear” re-imagined as a piano ballad.Watch the Video
Kevin Daniel’s music career started when he was just five years old, singing Disney songs into a turkey baster-turned-microphone. A year later, he was enrolled in music lessons, starting on piano and eventually picking up the sax. By middle school, he was playing in state symphonic bands, touring with classical horn trios, and singing his heart out any chance he could get.Watch the Video
You’ve heard the name Anthony Cubbage around here before. He’s a friend from our time in Pennsylvania, and he’s one heck of a musician.Watch the Video
There aren’t very many huge voices left in rock music, but Samuel Lee is one of those rare rock and roll voices that could make a permanent impact on the modern American music landscape.Watch the Video
Copper Fields‘ songs have powerful lyrics, a crisp and full sound, and a blend of voices that rise in harmony. There is a story told through both their lyrical content and their instrumentation, which is alt-Americana tastefully merged with indie rock and a splash of old soul. Your head and your heart are sure to be moved.Watch the Video
Reflected in its earthy, yet crisp sound, Zach Russack’s music feels viscerally compassionate; an introspective sound reflecting the rural northern New Jersey countryside from which it was grown.Watch the Video