Archives: Performers

John Stamp

John Stamp – singer songwriter. In 2012 John was privileged to spend some time writing and playing the occasional gig with Boo Hewerdine. It had been 18 years since he’d played or written professionally …that whole period spent developing his business and career as a residential childcare specialist… as a Music and Arts Therapist had


AJEVA (ah-JAY-vuh) is a Progressive Funk, six piece powerhouse hailing from St. Petersburg, FL. They spread their message of peace, unity and higher consciousness through music with infectious grooves and driving energy. Composed of Reed Skahill (lead vox/guitar/keys), Taylor Gilchrist (bass), Travis Young (drums), Mark Mayea (lead keys), Elliot Dickenson (guitar) and Michael Nivens (lead


Upper Florida Keys Classic Rock & Blues Power-Trio. We all live in Key Largo and play 60’s to 80 Rock and Blues. RadioGhost A Rock & Blues Power Trio On Guitar and Vocals Steven Miller On Drums Vocals & Ukulele Rick Chesler On Bass Vinny Beard

Scott Youngberg

  “Scott is a musical master as a composer, lyricist, songwriter, and compellingly listenable singer. Go way out of your way to hear him and bring all your friends.” – M.V. Hansen, Author, Chicken Soup for the Soul. Scott Youngberg is an acoustic singer/songwriter based out of Islamorada, in the Florida Keys. He travels regularly

Steve Venini Band

Steve Venini – Acoustic Guitar & Lead Vocals I grew up and started my career playing shows and clubs in the Northwest. Came to the Florida Keys in 1980 and other than some traveling gigs in Europe I have made this my home.  Chris Lute – Electric Guitar Dave Boman – Bass & Vocals Brian Shervington

Micah & The Barstool Sailors

Drink & Navigate Island Life! For over two decades, I’ve been a professional Sunshine Billionaire story telling musician, known as the Barstool Sailor. My passion for the Florida Keys followed by a degree in history and education from UM, has lyrically tailored and created hours of unique original music. My music is a tropical hibernation

Nag Champayons

LET’S GET WEIRD The Nag Champayons fill the room with a positive vibe! In the intimate practice space of the Seventh Circuit in North Miami, six guys with varying amounts of facial hair tune their instruments. A fog machine sits on the floor coughing puffs of smoke into the air. On a large screen behind

David Feder Band

Dave Feder has carved out a niche of his own, playing a signature blend of Flamenco-infused Folk music. His laid back style easily disguises the complexity of his blazingly deft finger picking. Three decades of island-living in the Florida Keys has influenced Feder’s breezy, approachable, and sophisticated music.  Playing from his heart, he shows us