Wolves Among Ravens | Radiator King | Jesse Mariah

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Wolves Among Ravens
In late December of 2012, the gods of rock gifted us with the creation of Breathing Kansas, a mysterious rock n’ roll power trio out of Northeast Georgia. An equal balance of hair and talent, the rockers look to influences such as Led Zeppelin, Nirvana, Black Sabbath, and the Beatles to refine their sound. As of 2016 they now have their debut EP "Retrograde" distributed across the globe and were recently nominated for "Best Rock Act of 2016" at the Josie Music Awards in Nashville, Tennessee.

With intricate, sweeping guitar solos, bombastic bass lines, elegant vocal harmonies, and a deluge of beautifully articulated drum fills, Breathing Kansas is developing into a musical powerhouse destined to reshape the music industry.

Radiator King
Somewhere between punk and blues – a porch and an alley – lies Radiator King, the performing/recording name of Boston native and Brooklyn based, Adam Silvestri. Established in 2011, Radiator King’s music shows influences from both Dylan and Strummer with a sound described by Boston blog Allston Pudding as something akin to what “Tom Waits locked in a room for a month with nothing but a copy of Springsteen’s Nebraska” might produce. Whether alone with a guitar or backed by a band, Radiator King embodies the raw energy of punk, the grit and intricacy of delta blues, and the lyrical potency of folk in “songs that are the sonic equivalent to an old whiskey bar at the end of a dirt road.”

Jesse Mariah
Jesse Mariah Williams is a musician of many different roots of blues infused into a sound that is unforgettable. It is a sound that captures the ear, a sound that keeps an avid listener captivated. It is one that draws the listener back..time and time again.

She'll sing with riveting passion. She'll play the guitar with tenderness and raw emotion. She'll touch your soul with that of her own. She is undeniable. Take it in. It is an experience that you will not forget from this Hendrix-Vaughan throwback!
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By: Jesse Mariah