Dallas Burrow is a professional adventurer and singer-songwriter from Austin, Texas,. In 2011 alone, he performed in 6 countries around the world, including Spain, Holland, Hungary, Germany, Mexico and several of the United States, from California to New York, to his hometown stomping grounds in central Texas. The nephew of Townes Van Zandt, music and poetry are a family tradition running through Dallas' veins.
Jethro Jeremiah: “My sound just comes to me naturally, and I'm sure my influences such as Bob Marley, Motown, R&B and Tracy Chapman show through.” Jethro Jeremiah was born in Northern California and grew up on The Farm Commune in Summertown, Tennessee before relocating to San Fransisco in his teens. In 2002 Jethro's song Hotchkiss Street won the online Make A Star contest, while his voice gained him the honor of opening a summer show for Ray Charles.
David Gideon was born in Baton Rouge and raised outside of Nashville on The Farm Commune in Summertown, Tn. He has studied drums since he was twelve. At seventeen he started touring with a reggae band called Jahmai throughout the US in the late 90's. In 2007 David Gideon produced a remix of Rod Deal and the Ideal's 80's marijuana activism song "Helicopters" with Ishi Dube which he performed three years in a row at Reggae on the River, (2007, 08 and 09).