In an unknown time or place, a grand circus came to an Indiana town, featuring exotic animals, valiant warriors, and mysteries still left to the imagination.
Created in 2001, the Indiana Ice Studio was founded by Stephan Koch, a five-time ranked carver at the National Ice Carving Association's National Competition.
For over 30 years, Virginia Turner has designed and produced thousands of porcelain and vinyl dolls at her doll factory, located in Heltonville, Indiana.
Born in St. Louis, MO, Nate fell in love with rockabilly during college; since, he's become an accomplished singer/songwriter performing throughout the Midwest.
Nate Gibson and his band pay tribute to Gibson's late mentor, Rex Trailer, performing Trailer's original "Hoofbeats," written and recorded in 1956.
Signature Sounds artist Jerry Miller performs his original, "Slaughter on Roosevelt Boulevard," backed by Nate Gibson, Mike Lee, and Tim Moore.
Nate Gibson performs his original, "I Can't Sell My Broken Heart on eBay." Gibson is backed by Jerry Miller (guitar), Mike Lee (bass), and Tim Moore (drums).
Since graduating from IU's Jacobs School of Music, Mitch Shiner has remained an active bandleader, composing and performing jazz originals throughout Indiana.
After the housing industry crashed, Nashville artist Chris Trotter took his carpentry skills and transformed them into a career in chainsaw artistry.
Mitch Shiner, a graduate of IUs Jacobs School of Music, performs his jazz original "Malibu Jump," alongside the Mitch Shiner sextet, "Shiney & Friends."