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Below you will find some artists/bands we think are great. These artists are not affiliated with You Found Music, they're just people we love to support.
Click on any name and it will take you to the respective artists/bands website.
Betsy Phillips - "I Heard That Train"
Captivatingly drawing you in, how delicately she approaches her craft can be heard here with her most recent single release. She is just as amazing live and I'd encourage you to follow and catch her where you can.
Ferentz and The Felons - "Hudson County"
This New Jersey based Rock band has made an impact on me. Once you understand someone's story the impact of their music will take over. I'd encourage you to check them out!
Kelly Hunt - "Bittersweet Goodbye"
This songstress will bend strings and deliver a lyric and vocal that demands your attention. She is to a T authentic. You will most likely find her accompanied by the talented Stas' Heaney.
John Moreland - "Cherokee"
This man will grab and own your attention with his presence of lyric and melody. One of those guys you need to see live to truly grasp the spirit, and heartfelt approach to truly amazing songwriting.
Brant Croucher - "Blanco County Lights"
You probably haven't heard of or seen this guy perform, unless you've been hanging around East Texas. Underrated? Yes! Amazingly talented singer/songwriter? Very much so! Give him a listen, and I'm sure you'll be impressed.
Jason Isbell - "If We Were Vampires"
A man who really needs no introduction. He's a mad scientist behind the guitar, and a lyrical genius. Silence overcomes the crowd by his very presence on a stage. I witnessed this first hand at one of the five 2015 sold out shows at the Ryman in Nashville, TN. He has laid the groundwork for many to follow in the Americana scene.
Langhorne Slim - "The Way We Move"
Truly on the hunt to close the divide with his passion and his music. I first caught him live at Hotel Cafe in LA over Grammy weekend, and he was performing a pre-Grammy showcase. Though he wasn't nominated last year, he's sure one who should make the ballot.
The ULAH Live Sessions are an intimate house style concert paired with food and drink. These showcases have become very special and I'd encourage you to attend one if you happen to be passing through or live in the greater Kansas City metropolitan area. These shows are always limited to 40 attendees. Currently as it stands 75% of the ticket sales go directly to the artist, and 5% goes to a nonprofit that the artist chooses. The remaining 20% is set aside to cover overhead, marketing, and providing sound for these events. Typically these events are surrounded by a release of a new record, or event held to generate funding for a new project. Artists are allowed to collect tips, and sell merchandise if they choose to do so.
ULAH co-founders, Joey and Buck, discovered their modern design sensibilities and rustic roots could intersect to create a point of view that could bring a new men’s retail experience to Kansas City.
ULAH offers a thoughtfully curated collection of ready to wear clothing, accessories, gifts, home accents, and essentials. Buck and Joey created ULAH to serve today’s fashion forward and multi-dimensional man who is both rustic and modern, balancing a life that is both casual and professional, and whose experiences are both small-town and cosmopolitan.
ULAH helps men DRESS FOR LIFE.
Calvin Arsenia - "Can't"
Golden Groves - "Ultraviolet"
Musicians of Quixotic - (Cover) "No Roots"
Kelly Hunt - "Across The Great Divide"