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Maddy Walsh & the Blind Spots, The Nate Gross Band and Alex Creamer! 

Maddy Walsh & the Blind Spots
Maddy Walsh & the Blind Spots, a tenured, original, five-piece moxy rock band steered by magnetic songstress and force of nature Maddy Walsh (think Heart; think Janis; think Adele and Blondie and Joan Jett and Talking Heads all rolled into one), recently celebrated its ten-year "bandiversary" with a sold-out show at Ithaca, NY's Hangar Theatre. The event was paired with the release of the band's fourth studio album, Talk, which they have been actively touring the country in support of. The new album brings to the stage a matured grasp of songwriting, paired, as always, with the band's signature high-energy performances and incessant penchant for FUN.
Maddy Walsh & the Blind Spots have shared festival and event bills with the likes of Lake Street Dive, Jukebox the Ghost, Amy Helm, Rubblebucket, Donna the Buffalo, Sharon Jones (rest her soul!), The Punch Brothers, Steve Earle, Anders Osborne, Blues Traveler, Eddie Money, Rusted Root, and Rubblebucket, among others, and they show only signs of exponential growth, as they continue to expand their touring radius, gaining new fans and momentum with each electrifying live performance.
Catch Maddy Walsh & the Blind Spots on the rise while you still can.

Nate Gross is an old soul. At 35 years old, he has accomplished great success in the industry playing the styles that have been set aside as a new generation of pop music takes over our ears.
The Blues. Jazz. Traditional Country. R&B. Americana. All these elements make up the musical landscape of the 20th Century but seem to be lost until now. Nate Gross fuses these styles together like a cross country trip down route 66.
Like Keith Richards once said, "If it’s not about the Blues, then why bother?" Today, Nate has reached back to his roots and is exploring his love of the Blues more than ever.
From an audience of over 30,000 people at The Taste of Country Music Festival to touring up and down the east coast, Nate has played for some of the best audiences a musician could hope for.
Sharing the stage with Walter Trout, Dickey Betts, Anders Osbourne, Honey Island Swamp Band, Willie Nelson, Joe Louis Walker, Willie Nelson, Victor Wainwright, Popa Chubby, JD Simo, Jason Ricci, JJ Appleton, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Big Sams Funky Nation, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, Commander Cody, The Kentucky Headhunters, Blackberry Smoke, and nany more, Nate has paid his dues.
Nate Gross

Alex Creamer was born and raised in Montrose, PA. At 15, she began performing monthly at a local café, and by 17 branched out to the nearby city of Binghamton, NY which quickly embraced her as part of its original music scene. She`s held the role of lead singer and rhythm guitarist in two cover bands and fronted the group “Seven Miles” which performed her original music and classic rock covers. Over the past six years since she started sharing her folk/blues inspired music she`s won several local vocal competitions including EPAC Idol and Tioga Downs Casino`s Rockokie Sing-Off, recorded a solo album and two EPs, organized and hosted a concert to help stop the construction of a toxic waste incinerator in the area, and single-handedly booked a cross-country tour of the United States and Canada where she performed with percussionist/guitarist Reid Miner. She currently performs in the NEPA and Upstate NY area as a solo artist and as a member of “Late October”, an original music project. Her music has been described as enchanting and dynamic with edgy lyrics, delivered on stage with honesty and humor.
Alex Creamer