Sippin’ Safari Bands
Main Act – Ford Pavilion
The Regulars Band are national recording artists whose music is equal parts Rock and Funk, with a whole lot of Soul sprinkled on top. Brother and sister Lee and Lindsey Smith front the band and sing dual lead vocals. Unlike many other guitar driven groups The Regulars are centered around rhythmic piano and the strong soulful vocals of Lee and Lindsey. Douglas Ehlen plays lead electric guitar, Clay Davis plays funky bass, and Elliot Phillips provides phat beats on the drums.
Opener – Ford Pavilion
Vocalist and songwriter creating a new sound that blends Reggae with most genres while maintaining its natural form of Ska and Rocksteady.
Blessed with a sultry voice, the songstress turns classic soul sounds into something big, bright, and punchy. Tearing down sonic boundaries and moving past a retro emulation, she spices up her soulful blend with post-modern production.
Emmy Law is a folk pop singer-songwriter from Gainesville, GA. Since moving to Atlanta in 2016, she has become heavily involved in the local music scene. She’s performed in some of the city’s top venues, including Eddie’s Attic, Red Clay Music Foundry, and the Music Room at Smith’s Olde Bar. She’s also made a name for herself in Atlanta’s open mic scene, winning the night and advancing to the final round in a few of the best the city has to offer: Eddie’s Attic, EOP at the Red Clay Theater, and the 99x Original Series.
The Jump Cut is a 4-piece band from Atlanta guaranteed to put on a show you won’t forget. The band members have spent the better part of the last decade in a variety of positions throughout the Atlanta music scene, from studio musicians to sound engineers, even traveling the country performing with national touring acts. The Jump Cut is your go-to wedding/event/party band in the city.
Jack Scullin on Mandolin, Bass, Backing Vocals & Ben Fraser on Guitar and Lead Vocals
After years of playing together in different musical projects, Ben and Jack formed an acoustic duo to get back to their roots. The pair have played and performed together for over a decade in Atlanta in various musical genres, including jazz, rock, jam, classical, and bluegrass.