Jessica Fine 10:00 PM
Shane Henry 09:00 PM
Maggie McClure 08:00 PM
Xian & The Infidels 07:00 PM
Jessica Fine is a singer/songwriter from Illinois. After graduating from the University of Miami's School of Music she traveled to New York City to pursue her music career. While in NYC she released two CDs, played countless shows at legendary venues and was a part of unbelievable musical experiences. Having said all that, she also knew that she had to give music everything she could so she decided to quit her job and move down South! After a year in Atlanta playing shows with incredibly talented musicians, making new friends and enjoying time at home, Jessica moved to Los Angeles where she just finished her new EP. Her voice has been compared to Sarah Mclachlan, Sara Bareilles, and Fiona Apple. Her honest lyrics and unique voice sets her apart from other artists. Jessica's music is not only pop music at its best...it's great music at its best.
Singer, songwriter and pianist - Maggie McClure - has performed more than 500 shows at various festivals, universities, and music venues across the nation. Recently, her original song “Good Morning & Goodnight” was chosen to be featured during the opening credits of motion picture “Cowgirls N’ Angels”, starring Bailee Madison (Wizards of Waverly Place, Just Go With It), Jackson Rathbone (Twilight), and James Cromwell (Babe, Secretariat, The Artist). The film is now playing in select theaters across the U.S. as of May 25th, 2012. Maggie also was invited to sing the National Anthem at the first NBA playoff game in Oklahoma history between the LA Lakers and OKC Thunder with more than 18,000 people in attendance. Maggie's sincere presentation of original songs coupled with her creative interpretations of select cover songs gives audiences of all ages an enjoyable, unique live-performance experience. Maggie's latest project, Good Morning & Good Night, was released in September 2010 as she also launched her 2010/2011 College Tour opening for Sara Bareilles. Including all new, original tracks, Good Morning & Good Night was produced in Nashville by Stephen Gause (Dave Barnes, Nathan Angelo, Steve Means and Micah Dalton). Prior to the new project, Maggie released a self-titled album in 2007, which was produced by Will Hunt (Ryan Cabrera, Amy Lee of Evanescence, Nick Lachey and Bethany Dillon). Shortly after the album's release, Japanese indie label – Spinning – took interest and distributed the album nationwide in Japan in February 2009. The release attracted not only thousands of fans in Japan, but also in Germany, China, Switzerland, and everywhere in between. Fans relate Maggie's sound mostly to artists such as Michelle Branch, Norah Jones, and Sarah McLachlan. Maggie's original song, My Love, was featured in the MTV film, Worst. Prom. Ever. in May 2011. Many more of her songs can be heard on MTV's The Hills and The City, as well as CBS's hit soap opera, The Young and the Restless. Maggie also landed a Main Stage Showcase at NACA Nationals in Boston in February 2010 and a Main Stage Showcase at MUSEXPO in Hollywood in May 2011.