Some styles of sound bring into one’s thoughts the unique regions of the world. These sounds, for One More Dollar, are the about the Ozarks. The name of our sound, is simple yet its feel is complex. Its focus on original and Traditional American music, provide a glimpse into the foundation of our Ozarks Culture, while at the same time providing entertainment to “let go”. Some have called us Folk/Punk, others have called us Folk/Americana, but we believe we know what to call this difficult sound. We call it Ozarkana!
Southern Missouri multi-instrumental folk musicians, Robert Adkison, Alisha Thomas, and Jeremy Myers are no strangers to the Ozarks’ music scene. Having performed all over the Ozarks throughout the years, they’ve crafted their driving style of fiddle, banjo, guitar, and cello into an unusual sound bordering on a new music genre. Some call it folk. Some call it Americana. We call it Ozarkana.
Meet The Band
West Plains, Missouri native Robert Adkison offers versatility unmatched by many musicians in the Ozarks. This multi-instrumentalist brings the sounds of many instruments including Cello, Guitar, Mandolin, bodhran and many more. In addition, his understanding of American roots music coupled with traditional Irish music makes Robert a force in Ozarks roots music!
Ozarks’ songstress, Alisha Thomas, has been performing in the region for years adding her pure delight of lead and harmony vocals to every venue that she performs. The warmness of her voice weaves the familiar sound of the Ozarks along with her fiddle or guitar to engage the audience and keep them hanging on every note.
With his small-town Missouri roots as a compass, singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jeremy Myers artfully navigates this wilderness, stitching together his hopes, dreams, victories, and adventures in song to weave a vibrant tapestry of a distinctly American countryside that will make you feel right at home.
Are You Ready?
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|White River Brewing Company
|Time: 6:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 505 W Commercial St. Venue phone: (660) 620-1760. Related post.