Don’t Make Me Go
One Way Or Another
(featuring Angelique Calvillo)
Singer-songwriter Lauren Spring is an Americana artist as well as a member of The Krickets, a folk group whom Paste Magazine calls a ‘truly stunning, one-of-a-kind sound.” Recently releasing her first solo EP ‘I Remember You’ in February of 2021 with Saint in the City Records, the project has accumulated over 900K streams on Spotify and was premiered by The Bluegrass Situation dubbing it ‘vibey indie-pop.’
Also enjoying writing for other artists, she is a staff writer for Songtown USA in Nashville. Her first artist cut is the title track on Jerry Salley’s 2019 #1 gospel album ‘All God’s Children Sing.
Addie James is likely creating weird sounds in her bedroom, while drinking whiskey and reflecting on the ever changing ways of the world. Her first release, the Calico EP was released in 2021 with Saint In The City Records, and she is planning a 2022 follow-up.
Singer-songwriter and performer Alana Sweetwater grew up in the mountains of Tucson, Arizona. Her music has flavors of Desert Rock and Gypsy Soul.
Alana’s music has been used on television shows Sons of Anarchy, Franklin and Bash, and The Real L word as well as in feature films like “Whirly Girl” and “Apple Seed”, and the soon to be released documentary “Is Your Story Making You Sick”. She has worked with Don Peak (Ray Charles) Bennett Glotzer (Frank Zappa, Janis Joplin) and John Coinman (Kevin Costner) and was featured in Popdose magazine as one of the top 13 women you must hear.
She has performed at the prestigious SXSW music conference, toured the United States and when in Los Angeles can be seen playing at The Hotel Café, Troubadour, and The El Ray Theater. Either with her bands or solo, Alana has recorded and released 6 albums, and is soon to release her 7th.
The inspiration and layers in Alana Sweetwater’s music are due to her most unusual and unconventional upbringing living on a commune of sorts surrounded by healers, hippies, immigrants, gypsies, and Native Americans. The diversity and uniqueness helped to enrich fertile ground for her budding creativity.