Weekend Artists Bio's

Friday Opener

Band Of Oz

Playing great music, for your entertainment! Here are 7 covers & 7 songs from the "Sondra Lavon" cd. Shop our store, for 99 cent downloads. Lots coming for Band Of Oz in 2011.

Members: Sondra LaVon aka,Sondra Hacker Vocals/Guitar,Ed Macy Drums/Vocals, Tyree Judie Guitar/Vocals,Terry Hacker Bass/Vocals.

Opened for: Pat Benatar, Little River Band, Dan Fogelberg, Johnny Lang, America, Dr Hook & the Medicine, Jerry Jeff Walker, and Amazing Rhythm Aces.

Songs by: Sheryl Crow, Fleetwood Mac, Eagles, Bonnie Rait, Journey, Mellisa Etheridge, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Alanis Morrisette, Steve Miller Band, Bad Company, Bryan Adams, U2, Tom Petty, And Many Others. Plus originals.


Friday Headliner

Lucky People

LUCKY PEOPLE brings the perfect mix of style and excitement to the stage. Performing a variety of popular songs from the eighties ‘til now, we have just one goal in mind: Get you out of your seat and keep you on the dance floor. From soul to rock… dance to pop, the party never stops. Whether your party is big or small, a Corporate Event or Wedding, Lucky People provides the appropriate mix of energy, music and the production necessary to meet your needs and venue size.

Alan - Drums & Vocals
Brad - Vocals
Shaun - Guitar & Vocals
Steve - Guitar & Vocals
Troy - Bass & Vocals


Saturday Opener

Morrison County

Morrison County is a Wichita based band playing a diverse range of country music. Their sound goes any where from heavy rock guitar to soft ballads to classic country twang. Artists such as Brad Paisley, Aaron Watson, Ryan Adams, Mike Ryan, Amos Lee, Keith Urban, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and many others have influenced their writing style and sound.

The members that make up the band are Matthew Morrison, lead vocals and acoustic guitar; Cody Corbet, rhythm electric guitar; Josh Melcher, lead electric guitar; Dave Banks, bass guitar; and Ryan Brownlee, drums.

MC plans to release a debut album in the fall of 2016


Saturday Headliner

Adam Capps Band

Adam Capps grew up listening to all genres of music and learned at an early age that good music is good music, no matter the genre. In his early teens he picked up an old, red, Danelectro guitar and began to pick away at it. It wasn't long after that, he had written his first few songs. During his attendance at Wichita State University, where he was an accomplished track athlete, he earned a degree in Spanish and Education. He used that degree to begin his first job as a high school Spanish teacher. During the last couple years of college he started performing at smaller venues and parties and gained a following in his hometown of Wichita, Ks. It wasn't until the age of 24 that Adam had the aspirations to pursue a music career.

In early 2014 The Adam Capps Band came together and put out their first single, "Play it Proud". "Proud" became a sort of anthem for the band to live by and they strive to take pride in every aspect of their music and performance. "Play it Proud" is a gritty sounding rock/country anthem that has the subtle sounds of an acoustic guitar and then explodes into a southern rock number with a formidable 33 second guitar solo. Give it a listen and it will give you the definition of what the band strives to be in their music! The band's second single release, "I Call it Home" was honored by being placed on the 2015 top 200 list of music on the Iceman's radio network, the largest radio platform for independent artists. Not much time after coming together the band was featured in the Kansas Proud Concert, opened for acts such as Dustin Lynch, Easton Corbin, Logan Mize, Cam, and performances at Kicker Country Stampede in the Summer of 2015, and Adam was invited to perform at a side stage at the CMA Festival in the summer of 2015.

The band consists of Adam Capps joined by a group of rockers who grew up in the 60's and 70's, during the golden age of rock music. Bill Hemmert plays a smooth lead guitar, Danny Burt pounding on the drums, and Chuck Simon thumpin the bass. Their blend of classic rock, country, and southern rock has become a hell of a sound that isn't like anything else on the radio today.