Originally from Marion, Arkansas, the now Memphis-based singer songwriter, Bailey Bigger, has been writing and performing her original music since the age of nine. Now nineteen, Bailey has performed at many local festivals and listening rooms across the Mid-South. She released her first record, “Closer to Home,” last June and is currently working on a new record with the University of Memphis campus label, Blue Tom Records. This will be released in May on all listening platforms. Influenced by artists like Bob Dylan, Gillian Welch, Emmylou Harris, and Townes Van Zandt, Bailey brings the term ‘three chords and the truth’ back into play with her haunting folk songs. She plans to continue to create music and share it with the rest of the world, bringing back the raw, authentic sounds from the late 60s and early 70s.
With a sound that is a mixture of jazz and neo-soul, Jordan grew up listening to old school R&B, gospel and classic rock, which influences her love of fusing genres together. Jordan Occasionally pulls from a variety of inspirations like: Anita Baker, Eryn Allen Kane, Tori Kelly and Bruno Mars. She gravitates to them because of their authenticity and performance styles. With her incorporating her life experiences and passion for political activism into her music, Jordan wants to use her platform to fight for social justice and breathe reality into her lyrics.
Rapper. Artist. Activist.
Amoré is a voice for Memphis, backed by a hip-hop beat. His music is centered around positivity and making a difference through empowering lyrics. He’s taking on the new frontier of rap music with the influence of those who conquered before him. While using his personal experience and observations of the world around him, he has developed a rapport between him and his fans.