Our Girl, Bonn E Maiy

Since storming the sunny shores of Fort Lauderdale Beach, the vocalist and multi-instrumentalist has performed for 40,000 people at Hard Rock Stadium, placed an original song on an upcoming film starring John Travolta & Morgan Freeman, and played numerous high-profile shows (Riptide Music Festival, Echosmith, Sublime w/Rome, others). 

Her original tune "Maiyday" played "On the Horizon" last year - and her remake of Marcy Playground's alt-classic "Sex and Candy" is currently playing on 104.3 The Shark (the first time the song was cleared since Maroon 5 in 2014)

2019 will see several major festival performances, a cameo in a blockbuster film, and new music (coming SOON).  She plays Sunday, January 20th at Craft, Draft, and Bites Festival in West Palm Beach!  With appearances at Riptide Music Fest, on-air with 104.3 The Shark and now a regular performance at St. Ambrose on Palm Beach, how could we not ask her to be with us on Sunday?!? This petite firecracker is a force and voice to be reckoned with.  Don't believe me, come see her Sunday 1/20 perform and then help "Crack the Barrel" of some Bluegrass Distillers experimental bourbon in our Barrel Room!

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Alex Di Leo released his debut EP So We Go on November 4th, 2016 and since its release, the EP has been played in rotation on 110 college radio stations, charted on 9 radio stations’ Top 20, taking the #1 spot on Ithaca, New York’s WICO, and made the countdown for IndiMusic TV’s Top 21 Countdown this past December. In addition to the airplay Di Leo’s music has received, he has been interviewed and featured on outlets including Highlight Magazine, Earmilk, IndiMusic TV and Chicago’s JBTV who featured the music video for Di Leo’s single, “Waking Up.” Additionally, his music has premiered exclusively with outlets such as AXS, Pancakes and Whiskey, Substream Magazine and MySpace.

Listen to his Newly released single, 'All my life'

Artikal Sound System

Over the years, Artikal Sound System has united American, Jamaican & Hispanic Reggae culture. Performing nationally and internationally, their collaborations with some of the most influential musicians and artists in the reggae scene have included: The Abbysinians; Apple Gabriel of Israel Vibration; and Biggz General, a descendant of Bob Marley himself. The band has charted #2 on the Billboard Reggae Charts multiple times and has had the honor of sharing the stage with Pepper, Dirty Heads, The Wailers, Steel Pulse, Yellowman, Less Than Jake, The Aggrolites, Jesse Royal, Josh Heinrichs and Skillinjah. 

Today, the most recent incarnation of the band features Logan Rex, a South Florida native who joins the band with vivacious energy and a uniquely expressive voice. The group has now crafted their love of roots reggae and dub into a modern sound driven by female vocals.

From WPB to Everywhere & Back Again, Surfer Blood


Founding members John Paul Pitts and Tyler Schwarz started playing music together in Orlando, under the name Jabroni Sandwich. They then moved back to their hometown of WPB and started playing with guitarist Luke Bovat and bassist Freddy Schwenk in 2008 under the name "TV Club." 


The band's 2009 debut single, "Swim", gained much critical acclaim and was named as the 37th best track on Pitchfork's 100 Best Songs of 2009. They released their debut album, Astro Coast, in January 2010.


On January 9, 2012, they appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon where they performed the single "Miranda" off of Tarot Classics. The next day, news spread that the band would be entering the studio in February 2012 to record their highly anticipated second album, Tarot Classics.



Now on their 4th album, they are a forced to be reckoned with and we are stoke to close the show with this incredible group that does not disappoint - here in WPB where they started or anywhere else all over the globe they have performed....


Saving Herald is an Alternative/Grunge Band out of Fort Lauderdale, FL.  These teenagers, not even out of High School, are already making a name for themselves.  Having been influenced by a number of artists, Saving Heraldhopes to provide positivity and innovation within their music, allowing their unique individuality and goofiness to shine through.  The band consists of four teens.  Madi, the lead singer keeps the band entertained through her quirkiness and sparkle, always smiling and boosting others.  Mackenzie, the drummer, provides support and affection towards the band members, always trying her best to make sure everyone feels comfortable and needed. Maxx, the Bassist, is the kind of person who can walk into a room and instantly becomes everyone's best friend.  You can always count on him to playfully banter with an audience while playing live, capturing their hearts with his goofy and charismatic personality.  Nic, the guitarist, loves to share his passion of music with others, always eagerly wanting to learn more and show off a new cool riff or solo he learned.

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Bryant Del Toro is a mix of Venezuelan and Spaniard heritage, living and performing in Miami, Florida. Bryant’s artistic background is formed by all of the different cultural influences Miami has to offer, listening and performing songs from artists like Jose Feliciano, Frank Sinatra, Stevie wonder, Marc Anthony, John Mayer , Eminem to name a few. While spending some time in North Carolina in his teens, he taught himself how to play the guitar, and there he realized that his life was meant for music.

When he returned to Miami, Bryant studied vocal training at the SOBE Institute of Music in Miami Beach, and graduated from Miami Dade College with a degree in Business Entertainment. He then started filling up local coffee houses with fellow musician and friend Izy Volta in addition to building a band and performing a repertoire of creative covers and original material. He is as well part of the non-profit organization Musicians on Call where he actively volunteers serenading music for patients in local hospitals. 

With his Debut EP “Things That Used To Be” Bryant Del Toro is ready to explore even more stages and life experiences, eagerly chasing those moments where he and his audience can share a dance with his music as well as feel some depth with his singer songwriter stories.

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Somewhere between the San Fran sound of the late 60s, the raw funk of a Beastie Boys' b-side, and self-indulgent spruce-top pop lies Citizen Badger. Emerging from West Palm Beach in Fall 2017, this passionate group of musical mercenaries decided to pool their eclectic experiences into a project that would be equally cathartic and fun. With strong work ethic and a few clever ideas the guys have been carving their place into the burgeoning South FL music scene and beyond.

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Josh Miles is a Dallas Texas born/ Palm Beach Florida based singer/songwriter whose brand of Soul music encompasses a wide range of influences. Josh's music can be described as Bluesy at times and relentlessly groovy at others (and many things in between), but, no matter what, the aim is to keep it soulful. Currently in South Florida the band, the Sweets, are influenced from the regions multicultural richness that can only be described as #southfloridasoul music. The debut EP, Sol Village, released in May 2017 under Stank Records was long awaited from fans all over. Be sure to follow the band on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as well as joining the mailing list.


Just off the Vans Warped Tour, and seeing their music featured on MTV, thenew Rock Band 4 video game, and Firefly Music Festival's list of Big Break Artists, The Eiffels return with the same diabolically catchy hooks and an even bigger sound.

Relix Magazine calls The Eiffels' "sleek dance rock...contagious." Yahoo Music says the "buzz band has the music scene in a swirl with their catchy '80's synth pop." And Paste Magazine calls them "a sweet spot between indie-pop and rock."

The week of its release, their debut EP was hailed by Baeble Music as an “opening salvo that any band would dream of,” and was the 15th most added record on U.S. college radio. They’ve since seen spins from stations like Los Angeles’ KROQ and KLOS, and San Diego’s 91X and Z90.

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Solar Reef is an American progressive Rock band that formed in Boca Raton, FL.  Drummer, Darek Bloch, and Bassist, Juan Portillo first came together in 2007, the band went through a number of line up changes as well as genres. It wasn't until 2010, that they established their core progressive sound and set out to gig throughout the local Rock Scene. Formally known as Fazion, the trio began to gain small traction. In 2011, the band went through a hiatus due to conflicts beyond their control.

In 2015 the band decided to go on with what they started, only under a new name, Solar Reef and two of the original members, Darek Bloch & Juan Portillo. They continued to develop their progressive sound but with an old school influence to stay true to out roots.

In 2017, the band added guitarist, Mark Sipple, to the line up. Mark added his unique sound and stage presence to the group with shredding licks and rock/ metal influences, to solidify a sound unlike anything else before. Juan, tastefully and powerfully commands the bass guitar with funky and classic rock riffs and a finger style unique to only him. Darek belts out vocals while simultaneously, not sacrificing integrity, style and ambiance of  the drums. The trio all brought something completely unique and necessary  to the band. 

In the summer of 2018, Solar Reef added guitarist, and long-time friend, Bruno Medina, to their lineup. The power trio amplified their core sound with unique rhythmic and dynamic second guitar. Bruno added his influences to round out Solar Reef’s sound and take the band to their next level. 

The four piece is just  released their single ‘WINE’ along with a music video. 

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