at Brookhaven Arts Festival
We are proud to provide the community with such talented musicians local to the Atlanta Area. Our musicians provide wonderful entertainment from the stage as festival attendees shop, eat, and hang out.
Saturday, Oct 19th
10:00 am Larry Griffith
11:00 am Michelle Winters
12:00 pm Brandon Marsolo
1:00 pm Lorelou
2:00 pm Brandon Russell Jay & The Good Hand
3:00 pm Mandi Strachota
4:00 pm Wesley Cook
5:00 pm Shawn Spencer
Sunday, Oct 20th
11:00 am Greg Fortune
12:00 pm Charie Jones
1:00 pm Tyler Jarvis
2:00 pm Ebony & Ivory
3:00 pm Andrea & Mud
4:00 pm Layne Denton
Andrea & Mud
Andrea Colburn & Mud Moseley keep somewhat of a traditional country and blues feel all while giving it their own haunting, part Piedmont, part Psychobilly spin. If you’ve ever wondered what it would have been like if Bonnie and Clyde had started a Honky Tonk band with drippy tremolo surf guitar instead of taking the criminal path, this is a performance that you don’t want to miss.
Raised in small villages in former West Germany and a city in South Korea, Wesley values upbeat positivity in his music. His high-energy showmanship and down-to-earth charm makes it impossible for the crowd not to love him.
Led by the powerful and personal songwriting of Layne Denton, the Layne Denton band always brings a fun blend of blues, rock n roll, folk, and country to the stage.
Ebony & Ivory
Hailing from Atlanta, GA, Ebony (Ebony Mattox) and Ivory (Marc Baldwin) are a talented and exciting acoustic duo that perform popular songs from all decades in creative and fun ways.
Born in Arizona, and currently based out of Atlanta, Greg is a self-contained singer, songwriter and musician creating sounds reminiscent of the classics, with a soulful blend of blues, R&B and contemporary jazz.
Originally from Cincinnati, Larry discovered a love of music at the young age of 9. His eclectic music style and lively stage presence includes elements of blues, country, soul and rock.
Based out of Atlanta, by way of Cincinnati, Tyler is a singer-songwriter who brings a fresh and purposeful approach to pop music. Through unique and interesting compositions combined with honest and crafted lyrics, Tyler’s music is an accessible and captivating experience for any listener.
Brandon Russell Jay
Atlanta's Brandon Russell Jay blends a bluesy, southern swagger with an honest, working class style. Armed with faith, identity and purpose, the songwriter is building a legacy of community in the arts.
A Georgia-native songstress, Charie is a unique singer-songwriter and purveyor of relatable music entertainment. Her picturesque storytelling is sweetened by her love affair with the Atlanta music scene, and her acoustic soul is shaped by modern alternative rock and gospel.
Lorelou is a singer-songwriter based in Atlanta, GA. Her music expresses vulnerability and the authenticity of emotion, in hopes to provide space for others to truly feel and explore their emotions both pleasant and unpleasant.
Brandon Marsolo is an active guitarist, singer/songwriter, and music teacher from Atlanta, GA with a passion for live performance. Live looping, including vocal harmonies, guitar solos, and beatboxing, allows him to provide a one-man band experience for his audience, with a music repertoire ranging from the 50s to modern-day.
With a knack for big choruses and powerful lyrics, Shawn ventures into alternative rock and edgy, hard-hitting mixes, but with that sing-ability that pop music craves.
Born in Atlanta, Georgia and raised in the wilds of Wisconsin, Mandi is the product of southern roots and Midwest know-how. Known for her soulful vocals, she is a multi-instrumentalist who is quickly becoming known for her songwriting.
As one of Atlanta's most versatile musicians, Michelle is a musician you’ll simply never forget. Her performances on the violin and animated passion on stage is equal to a rock star performing to thousands of diehard fans.