Brothers, Michael and Steven Hall, grew up in Greensboro NC writing and recording music and teamed up with life long friends, Gersh Godwin and Grant Gautreau to form Swim in the Wild. After moving to Charlotte at different times in their life, they eventually reunited and began to make maves. Since their EP in 2014, they have continued to splash the Southeast Music Scene. In 2016 they took the Wild out west with their performance at Sundance Film Festival along with 120+ more shows and fests all over the US. In the same year they released their sophmore LP, One if by Land , the new album also brought on new members like guitarist Jeff Small and Josh Thompson on Keys. SITW coined their unique blend of rock guitars, banjos, and ukulele into a style called adventure alternative; a tribute to their travels and heritage to the Carolina’s. They have shared the stage with recent national acts, Colony House, JRoddy Walston, Vacationer, Mother Mother, and more. Swim in the Wild is currently touring the Southeast.
Born and raised in Annapolis, MD, the Indie band, Little Bird, now hails from Charleston, SC. Little Bird plays a mix of modern R&B and ambient soul. Their 2018 release, “Familiar”, reflects the sonic alchemy of a broad range of musical influences such as legendary artists, D’Angelo and Erykah Badu, along with revered modern acts, Hiatus Kaiyote, Fat Freddy’s Drop, and Nick Hakim.