Split Rail, a four-piece hard driving band born out of the foothills of Morgan County, Indiana, performs their original song, “Morgan County Line.”
Inspired by roots rock, The Elect is gaining national attention, collaborating with such acclaimed acts as Bob Seger. They perform, “A Little BIte of Love.”
The Dynamics, an eight-piece band hailing from Bloomington, Indiana, perform their original song, “Make That Change,” inspired by R&B, Funk, and the Blues!
Professional jazz guitarist Charlie Ballantine leads the Charlie Ballantine Group as they perform his original composition, “Telluride.”
A Hoosier native, Jennie DeVoe fell in love with music as a child. Today, DeVoe has gained popularity for her soulful funk and captivating stage presence.
Known for her infectious groove and impeccable storytelling, Cari Ray performs her original song, “Bad and Better Angels,” merging blues, folk, and country.
Based in Indianapolis, Indiana, Stay Outside has been called the “definition of indie alternative rock.” They perform “Lt. Dan,” from their debut EP “Okay for Now.”
After forty years as a center of culture and music, Indianapolis’ jazz haven, Indiana Avenue, crumbled under the weight of economic downturn and desegregation.
Established in 1916 as part of Indiana’s centennial, Turkey Run State Park was purchased from a lumber company, saving old growth trees for future generations.
For 30 years, Hoosier Oscar Charleston paved the way for black athletes as a pioneer in the Negro National League, electrifying crowds with his amazing talent.