Nate Gibson and his band pay tribute to Gibson's late mentor, Rex Trailer, performing Trailer's original "Hoofbeats," written and recorded in 1956.
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.
Jacobs School of Music's award-winning Wasmuth String Quartet perform Anton Webern's "Langsamer Satz," showcasing Michael Duff's locally-made Berg Bows.
Originally from Louisville, KY, Ryder McQueen performs his original, "Once Upon a Weekend," as he continues to thrill audiences with his haunting vocals.
Originally from Louisville, KY, Ryder McQueen performs his original, "Empires' Lust," as he continues to thrill Bloomington audiences with his haunting vocals.
After a difficult childhood move, Ryder McQueen turned to music to help alleviate loneliness; today, he is one of Bloomington's most-celebrated solo performer.
Hailing from Indianapolis, sister duo 'Lily & Madeleine,' have been making waves across the country and abroad with their haunting harmonies and rich tones.
Hailing from Indianapolis, sister duo 'Lily & Madeleine perform the title track for their latest album, "Fumes."
Hailing from Indianapolis, sister duo 'Lily & Madeleine perform the hauntingly beautiful "Hold On to Now," featured on their latest album "Fumes."
Drawing inspiration from the Motown grooves of the 60s, Bloomington's 'The Vallures' perform the haunting classic, "I Put A Spell On You."