2018 Music Lineup

Formed in 2012, Bumpin’ The Mango has become Atlanta’s top funk & soul band. Ten of the southeast’s finest musicians make up this musical brotherhood. Wielding a fiery five piece horn section, a rock solid rhythm section, and an incredible lead vocalist. Their music and presence radiates an energy from the stage that lifts the audience out of their seats and pulls them to the dance floor. Influenced by bands such as Tower Of Power, Earth Wind & Fire, Chicago, and The Ohio Players, Bumpin’ The Mango’s original music is a melting pot of funk, soul, and R&B. They’ve recently released their debut EP that is creating quite the buzz in the music community.



Deep Blue Sun brings a modern take on classic rock, blending melodic original music, funk, soul and southern jam. Blazing musicianship, tight harmonies, well crafted songs with a touch of humor and an upbeat, infectious beat keeps it grooving from start to finish. And you can always expect a fun spin on some choice cover tunes to keep the set fun and interesting! Deep Blue Sun has been a mainstay at festivals and clubs throughout the south for over 10 years. They’ve shared the stage with Col. Bruce Hampton, Derek Trucks, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Dumpstaphunk, Bob Weir, Little Feat, Willie Nelson, The Subdudes, The Radiators, Warren Haynes, Karl Denson, Trace Adkins, Oteil Burbridge and many more.


The Electromatics are a 5-piece band raised on hard-working electric blues and southern-fried soul. Made up of Atlanta roots mainstays, separately they’ve worked with a relative who’s-who of local and national artists including Shemekia Copeland, Hubert Sumlin, Randall Bramblett and Donna The Buffalo. Together, they’ve been bringing a unique, almost experimental style of American music, as part of their 10-year residency at the world famous Blind Willie’s Blues Club.


The Mt Zion AME Decatur Church was established in 1870 is one of the oldest churches in DeKalb County. Our choirs are  intergenerational  who enjoy singing songs from our ancestors as well as today’s millennial praise and worship music.






THE CITATIONS                                  

Put together in Atlanta Rock and Blues camp (2017) , “The Citations” are a constantly evolving girls’ rock and blues band. From 5 strangers performing classic rock covers at summer camp and having the cops called on a gig rehearsal to writing their first original and soon opening the 2018 Oak Groove Festival, they’ve achieved many milestones in the past year as musicians, as bandmates and as friends. The girls’ are psyched to perform for you and see what comes next for the band!