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The New Waves began as an idea to literally “sell nostalgia” after a weekend binge watching John Hughes films, those classic 80's Brat Pack movies whose soundtracks helped shape the pop culture of GenX. Drenched in synthesizers, guitars, and Saxophone, the New Wave sound was a perfect mix of alternative rock and punk music. Now, The New Waves are here to remind you all of better days past that introduced us all to MTV, Rubik's Cubes, and arcades! Stay RAD!

A Springfield, MO native, Adam McCabe captures his audience with his unique, raspy voice, singing any genre and style of music. From 5 years old singing Elvis to his family in the living room, 7 years on tour with his former band New Anthem & now on stage with his current band Sound The Alarm and solo acoustic shows, Adam thrives
off a good melody & entertaining a crowd. A chameleon to all types of music, Adam's pitch perfect performance & energetic personality will keep you listening for more.
Brian is an admitted shameless fan of the music of the 80s. So you can expect to sing along to the likes of Duran Duran, Bryan Adams,Hall and Oates, Culture Club,Tears for Fears and INXS! He'll also sprinkle in a few surprises from the Carpenters, the Doors and the Chi-lites and more. Just kick back and have some fun enjoying
Brian's unique acoustic takes on these great songs. You can also catch him in action as vocalist for Kansas City's Hall and Oates Tribute band, Big Bam Boom and and yacht rock giants Yachtly Groove as well as the areas Premier Eagles Tribute, The City Girls!
Bryan Copeland seamlessly weaves a tapestry of styles and sounds around his powerful voice to produce a show like nobody else around. His usage, but not over reliance, of looping adds even more to the party. Whether it’s an original or cover song, you’re bound to pay attention.
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Experience the music of Mark Barger, an acoustic troubadour, instrumental improvisist and loop-artist, steeped in electrifying lyrical melodies, blending Earth-tones with colorful ambience in an original, genre-fluid, pan-cultural, linear playing style, inspired by a love of life, nature, and a shared human experience.
Discover this acoustic duo featuring original folk songs. Join us for an unforgettable performance that will touch your soul and leave you wanting more. 
Take Cover is an acoustic cover band trio based in Columbia, MO. Olivia and Abby sing with intentional harmonies and play guitar while Jenn completes the sound with a variety of instruments including harmonica, bass ukulele, and percussion instruments. They enjoy
covering genres ranging from country western to 70s/80s/90s and current pop, but adding their own personal touch. They have been playing together for 6 years around the Columbia area. If you’re looking to have a good time, they’ve got you covered!
The Shandies are Shannon Stine (vocals/guitar) and Natalie Wlodarczyk (vocals/guitar), a married female folk rock duo who have become a staple of the vibrant local music scene in Springfield, MO since they formed in 2016.
Their sound incorporates folk, rock, and pop influences marked by their signature “fresh-squeezed harmony.” The Shandies’ fourth album, "If You Knew Me," was released in July 2023 and took their sound to a new level of production while keeping the same eclectic songwriting style they have become known for by their local fans.

The Shandies have shared the stage supporting Mary Gauthier, Katie Pruitt, The Ozark Mountain Daredevils, and Sarah Lee Guthrie and were chosen by the Springfield Sister Cities Association to perform in Isesaki, Japan in 2019. Their song "I Won't Be Back" was a finalist in the 24th Annual Great American Song Contest.
Todd Osbern has been a staple of the local Springfield MO music scene for the last 15 years. Playing a unique blend of 100’s of covers in various genres and decades of music, as well as over 60+ original songs,  Todd brings a uniquely percussive playing style to the acoustic guitar and a
contagious passion connecting artist with audience. He can be seen performing in his band Hometown Tourist, a band that combines elements of singer-songwriter, rock, jazz, funk, soul, folk, and world-beat to create a sound of their own.
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Karen and Rick Maxson form the core of Uke 66, a `ukulele band based in Springfield, MO. They play for audiences in the Midwest, West Coast, Japan, Mexico, and Hawaii, where they were awarded first place in Group and Solo categories and “Best Original Song” at the International `Ukulele Contest (2019 & 2020).
Back home they serve as “Touring Performers” for the Missouri Arts Council. As Uke 66, Karen and Rick play originals and covers, from vintage and contemporary Hawaiian to jazz, swing, blues, and pop at festivals, community gatherings, corporate events, private events, and care facilities. Karen and Rick hope to increase awareness and appreciation for the ukulele through their music.
Uncle Buster - The Band, based in Springfield MO, delivers the best in classic rock and blues rock!

George Hunt - Guitar, harmonica, vocals
Bill Huff - Keyboards, vocals
Ron Smith - Drums
Michael Hauk - Bass, vocals
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