Songwriters in the round, a mixtape vibe
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Opening Musician, Woody Earwood
Woody Earwood is a singer/songwriter/producer hailing from North Georgia. He has produced many regional artists and has performed shows all over America for the past 12 years. His musical style is a mix between folk and country with lyrics that were written with the intention of engaging his listeners with storytelling.
Michael R Magno, (or Magno as he’s known to friends&fans) is a performing singer-songwriter based in Atlanta. A multi-instrumentalist with a voice like velvet, Magno has a spirited way of engaging audiences in disarming fashion. He vibes like a classic mixtape: crafting honest lyrics of love and hope with tempos and color chords swirling into a sultry mix. Magno’s songs aim for the heart of music lovers and his live shows become a social mixer, where audiences arrive as strangers and leave as friends.
Native to the metro Atlanta area, recording artist Ansley Fain has built her music on optimistic ground. Fain’s lyrics, like her surname, are rooted in the term “rejoice” — aspiring to encourage listeners to stay joyful and full of hope through their own life walks. This up-and-coming Atlanta gem is now known to take the stage at some of the city’s most reputable music venues including The Masquerade, Vinyl, Smith’s Olde Bar, and Aisle 5. Along with this success, she has released music on Spotify, Apple Music, and all other streaming services including YouTube (on which she has published music videos), two of which can be found under the alias “Just Human.”
Okay Kenedi had been surfing the Atlanta music scene when she met producer, Dan Hannon (Manchester Orchestra, Paris Jackson, Julien Baker), in late 2021. The two joined forces, accompanied by a handful of team members, and spent 2022 quietly constructing the world’s introduction to Okay Kenedi’s music, artistry, and live performance. Recorded at Ivy Manor in the legendary city of Muscle Shoals, OK’s unreleased debut album marries lyrical artistry to alternative pop production. She sums up her mission and message best by writing and releasing music for people who might think who they are is not okay to remind them that “we’re all okay.”