The Pine Hill Haints perform music they consider to be “dead” in the modern world, hence their self-proclaimed “Ghost Music.” Some examples of the genres they perform include (but are not limited to) gospel, rockabilly, rock and roll, celtic music, blues music, and . While their catalog of songs comprises mainly original material, the band has also been known to cover traditional gospel (Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies, Where The Roses Never Fade), cowboy (I Ride An Old Paint, Back In The Saddle Again), and folk (Goodnight Irene, Oh! Suzanna/Camptown Races) songs.
Twenty years of performances in the U.S and Europe and six albums-with more on the way-have helped Microwave Dave & The Nukes establish a wide multinational audience. Venues vary from French soccer stadiums to Bike Week in Daytona Beach, from blues cruises on the Big Red Boat to neighborhood saloons, but the thousands of shows delivered by the band all reflect one core element: the heritage blues music enjoys as a lifter of spirits. As Microwave Dave puts it: "Blues is America's first-and still best-self-help program."
A multi-instrumentalist, Supe and rock and roll entered adolescence at the same time-Supe describes himself as a 'sponge' in exploring the varied sounds of famed Gaslight Square in St. Louis-and out of the exposure to the vibrant music culture came a mind and soul dedicated to a wide variety of sounds and styles.
Rob Aldridge is an up and coming singer/songwriter from Huntsville, AL and based out of Muscle Shoals, AL. He learned to play guitar and began writing songs at an early age. He has made a living playing cover songs as well as his diverse catalogue of original songs around the southeast. Rob is preparing to release his debut album which he started in Nashville at the renowned studio, “Welcome to 1979,” and finished at the world famous FAME studios in Muscle Shoals. The album was produced by Dave Anderson, a local legend around Huntsville who also plays bass and guitar on the record. Other notable players on the record include Rob Malone (formerly of the Drive-by Truckers) and Brad Pemberton (Ryan Adams & the Cardinals).
Tosha has had the honor to perform along side and collaborate with artists such as John Oates (Hall & Oates), Randy Owen (Alabama), Brenda Lee, Donnie Fritts & The Decoys, Travis Wammack, Spooner Oldham and many more.
She has repeatedly been featured at Nashville songwriter events at The Bluebird Cafe and Douglas Corner Cafe and appears regularly around the Southeast and in her hometown area of Muscle Shoals, AL.
By the late 80's he was doing 300+ shows a year all over N. America. He was blessed by the Blues in 1989 by coming across the great Johnny Shines who was living in Alabama. Kent had been based there already for seven years so he knew his way around. The two of them together where a sight to see...." The Young and the Old". Kent and Johnny traveled for three years and did over 200 shows together. He also recorded a W.C. Handy award winning album with Johnny and Snooky Pryor. The Blues rained down April 21st 1992, just four days before the two of them where to celebrate their birthdays together, Johnny passsed away. Kent understanding that this is life, carried on alone. He has spent most of the last 20 years traveling back and forth to Europe and has done close to 100 European tours of 4-6 weeks each. He has logged millions of miles and many 1000's of shows.
Julia Rich has recorded five full-length albums for Cardinal Records: I’ll Take Romance, The Way You Make Me Feel, If I Spoke French, Witch Hazel, and Moonshine in Nashville. All recordings were produced by Julia Rich and Tony Migliore. Rich credits Migliore with shining the best light on her original compositions via his fresh arrangements. Musicians and technicians who appear on these projects are listed below.