An alternative rock band from NYC with great energy on stage! Featured in the TV Movie “Preying For Mercy” (Martha Byrne, Bill Duke). Live performances on cable TV, radio as well as some of NYC’s top concert venues and festivals in the East Coast. Featured artist for four straight years at NYC Bike Tour and NYC Marathon (2016-2019) – Sold out shows at The Bitter End followed by The Studio at Webster Hall – Two times Top Artist of the week at WorldMusicStage.com, Artist of the month at Artist Signal.
JRiNVENTOR is the performance alias of indie-electronic artist James Ryan
Juan's musical style is rock/folk with a bit of slide guitar for good measure and his influences include The Beatles, Dave Matthews, Jimi Hendrix, Amos Lee & Gustavo Cerati.
Annie's a local who has spent the past few years traveling the world in the off-season and playing just about everywhere she goes. Between her unique jams, and her poetic lyrics, it's hard not to get a little carried away when listening to any of her tunes.
Singer-songwriter Cecilia Grace is a pop artist from Baltimore, MD. She is excited to be back for her 5th year at MMF. Don’t miss Cecilia’s powerhouse vocals and catchy original music
At 13 Zandi started playing guitar, piano and singing. During a vocal lesson her teacher asked her on a whim, "Do you write songs?"
"Moontown is a fresh new band with songs and stories set to soulful sounds of rhythm and melody. From the mind of Ari Selinger, comes Moontown, a unique place full fascinating folks with strange and mysterious fables from the eyes its wide array of inhabitants. Tall tales of the stars, ocean odysseys and heartbreak set to song are originals that will feature Seth Nicholson (bass and vocals), Nate Osbourne (drums and vocals) and Ari (vocals and guitar).
Along with Ari's upcoming film 'The Ghost of Hank Williams', shot at the American Hotel, Moontown is proud to bring its eclectic bag of stories of yesterday, today and tomorrow to the Montauk Music Fest. Their debut album Music from Moontown will be available during the shows."