The Memphis All-Stars

One of the most electrifying bands in the South, The Memphis All-Stars generate energy and excitement everywhere they perform. This dynamic band is comprised of four highly-touted musicians.

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The Zyndall Raney Band


The Zyndall Raney Band, was created from the members of the “Jeannie & The Guys” Band after the untimely passing of Jeannie Hendrix, the Bands drummer and Namesake, earlier this year. These members bring years of on-stage experience to a new level and hope to continue the tradition of “Jeannie & The Guys” in providing quality entertainment.

Zyndall Raney, a veteran keyboard player and vocalist, who inherited his father Wayne Raney’s musical talent and his legendary recording studio. Raney grew up in the music business and is the owner and president of the Raney Recording Studio. He has provided piano and vocal support on numerous recording sessions for artists whose records he has produced at Raney Studios. He is also an experienced recording engineer.

(Wayne Raney of Arkansas was a nationally known country music star and harmonica player best known for recording and touring with the Delmore Brothers and for his radio programs that were broadcast on powerful stations in the 1930s and 1940s.)

Doug Greeno, who has played in Jackson County night spots since the 1950s, is a featured vocalist with the Zyndall Raney Band. Greeno was a member of the King’s Four, a band that played at Bob King’s Capri Club in Swifton in the 1960s. He worked with Sonny Burgess and the Sun Rhythm section on a Smithsonian documentary about rock’s roots.

Other members include Marcus Grady, lead guitar and vocals; Bill Lewis, bass guitar, and Donna Lewis, vocals; Mike Gio, drums; and vocalist Bill Davis who dresses as a popular 1950s Memphis rock-and-roller.

Michael Walker

Guitarist Michael Walker did not come from a lineage of musicians. But, his love for the electric guitar has allowed him to embrace the riveting sounds of blues and smooth jazz.

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Brick Fields

Brick Fields began in 2007 when Larry Brick and Rachel Fields met, married, and began playing music together in the tourist town of Eureka Springs, Arkansas. Over the years, Brick Fields has won multiple awards for their music.

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Side Street Steppers

Christian Stanfield and Miss Vera Victoria founded the Side Street Steppers in June of 2009. What began as a simple duo of musicians unearthing material from the Golden Age of American gramaphone recording has grown into a full-blown Memphis institution.

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Trevor Johnson

This Arkansas born up-and-coming singer/songwriter will wow you with his voice and shock you with his words.  Growing up with influences in all areas, from George Strait to Bad Company and all the way back to newer artists such as Parker McCollum and Koe Wettzel.  His debut single Memphis Rain released in June of 2020 and is the first single from his debut album coming in September.