Prepare to rock out with Guthrie Govan and the Jon Finn group. Govan played his first gig at age five and was deemed “Guitarist of the Year” by the leading U.K. magazine Guitarist in 1993. He has been featured more recently in Guitar Player and he has recorded and toured extensively with acts ranging from rock to jazz fusion to electronica.
A modern rock guitar leader, Govan and the Jon Finn Group have released three albums internationally, in addition to several independent releases and countless performances all over the world.
Berklee "girl band" Jinks and Berklee "boy band" Full Effect are coming together to celebrate some of the most iconic tunes from popular groups like Destiny's Child, the Pussycat Dolls, the Spice Girls, TLC, Backstreet Boys, and NSync. Full Effect will also perform some of its original music.
Penny and Sparrow is an Austin, Texas band with a stripped-down, return-to-basics sound reminiscent of Bon Iver and the Swell Season. They understand that you don’t need gimmicks to make beautiful music, and they write songs that draw you in with rich harmonies and deep, intimate lyrics. Join Andy Baxter, Kyle Jahnke, and their band for an evening of your favorite songs, storytelling, and friendship.
Rhett Price is experiencing a rise to fame via YouTube, most notably for his cover of Taylor Swift’s hit song "I Knew You Were Trouble," which has racked up more than 1.5 million views to date. His debut full-length album will be released in January of 2015.
Skyler has performed over 500 shows in venues of all sizes and has shared the stage with the Goo Goo Dolls, Band Perry, and Daughtry, to name a few. In the past four years, he has attended Berklee College of Music, released one album and two EPs, and been voted 2014's Best Small Venue Artist by Campus Activities Magazine.
Max Dvorak is a singer-songwriter originally from Wisconsin but currently based in Boston. He combines pop acoustic rhythms, insightful lyrics, and hook-filled melodies into his unique repertoire. Coming out in January of 2015, Dvorak’s sophomore full-length release is called Little Things and features his songs "Honey" and "Northwoods," which have become fan favorites with the crowd clapping and singing along at his live shows.