Over the course of her three-decade career, Marcia Ball has developed a large and enthusiastic fan base with her blend of sounds from the Texas-Louisiana border with New Orleans R&B and piano boogie. Her current CD "Peace, Love & BBQ" debuted at #1 in the Billboard Blues Charts and follows the successful "Live! Down The Road," which garnered Marcia her third Grammy nomination. She has drawn consistent raves from national media such as Rolling Stone, USA Today, People Magazine, Fortune, Downbeat, NPR and Billboard Magazine, with the latter proclaiming, "Ball is a formidable musical force."

Bettye LaVette earned a 2008 Grammy nomination for her critically acclaimed CD "The Scene of the Crime" and is rapidly making her mark as one of the greatest soul singers in American music history. She possesses an incredibly expressive voice that one moment will exude a formidable level of strength and intensity and the next will appear vulnerable, reflective, reeking of heartbreak. USA Today raved "Lavette's chill inducing performance is without question one of the finest you'll hear all year", and Mojo gave the CD four stars. Bettye has appeared on national television on the Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O'Brien and Austin City Limits and has been knocking audiences out everywhere.

Vocalist Maria Muldaur's roots are in the folk revival of the early '60s where she performed in Greenwhich Village with Bob Dylan, David Grisman and John Sebastian. In 1974 her hit, "Midnight at the Oasis," charted at #6 in the Billboard Hot 100 and in the late 70s she joined Jerry Garcia's Band. Recent releases include the Grammy nominated 2005 release "Sweet Lovin' Ol' Soul," and her latest "Yes We Can!" where Muldaur sings out for peace with high profile collaborators in "The Women's Voices for Peace Choir" including Joan Baez, Phoebe Snow, Jane Fonda, Bonnie Raitt, Odetta, Holly Near and more.

*Maria Muldaur is represented by Ellicott Talent Group.