Raised in Jackson, Mississippi and currently residing in New Orleans, brothers Joe, John and Dave Shirley bring their vocal harmonies and their own blend of melodic rock to the stage of Hal & Mal’s restaurant.
Trampoline Team brings blasts of loud and frantic 3-piece punk from New Orleans. Recording on hometown record label Pelican Pow Wow, they mix equal parts of charm and snark for a cathartic concert experience.
Oxford, Mississippi’s Holy Ghost Electric Show defies simple categories or comparisons. From roots set deeply in church music, this band brings diverse influences from rock, folk and country to create a sound all its own, with lyrics that don’t back away from challenging themes.
And The Echo craft high tech synth-pop out of their home base in Oxford, Mississippi. With a love of dark, ambient music and a theatrical approach to their onstage presentation, they are building a growing following.
The Underhill Family Orchestra blends Americana with rowdier Rock and Roll elements. Hailing from South Alabama, the band weaves rich storytelling into their songs, and aim to actively engage their audience at every opportunity.
Emerging out of the Memphis scene, NOTS are writing a new chapter in that city’s rich musical history. Recording on the Goner record label, NOTS bring high energy punk rock with well-crafted songs.
New Orleans Jazz gets infused with hint of Mississippi Blues, when Southern Komfort Brass Band gets the party started. Big and bold, they have a sound that's right for any occassion.
Singer, songwriter and guitarist Kerry Thomas presents a captivating performance blending pop, R&B and neo-soul influences. Kick back and warm up to the songs that reflect on his life experiences.
Emerging from the fertile musical scene in Oxford, Mississippi, Gilded Creatures layer thoughtful lyrics over melodic alternative rock, creating music that's accessible without being afraid of experimentation.
Drawing from elements of throwback R&B, soul and pop, Alanna Royale brings a crowd pleasing show to the streets in a high energy performance.
Tawanna Shaunte draws on deep roots stretching back to soul, jazz, blues and gospel traditions. Insightful lyrics reflect on both struggles and hopes, over beautifully arranged accompaniments, as she features songs from her “Freedom Agent” recording.
Jackson, Mississippi’s Young Valley bring the “twang” in this performance from the heart of their hometown’s Fondren neighborhood. The set features many of the songs from their “No Filter” debut recording.
Jackson, Mississippi’s Overnight Lows approach to music is loud, fast, and to the point. Witness them rip through a set of recent songs and a few old favorites on the stage at Hal & Mal’s.