Feet On The Ground Productions presents: Lauren St. Jane, The Ways and Means, Jeremy Ezell

At the Door: 
Wednesday, August 7, 2013 - 7:30pm

Lauren St. Jane

From the southern roots of Georgia comes Lauren St. Jane with her own combination of Country swagger and Americana rock. This fiery, female-fronted band offers a raw sound complimented by strong, alluring vocals, ripping licks, and lyrics you'd expect from a true redhead.  Heart-wrenching inspiration, prolific writing and a dire dedication to the craft of country combine to ignite the blaze behind the EP and the live show. In both song and show, Lauren St. Jane is a collective drink that goes down smooth but leaves a beckoning burn for more - a classic country shot with a modern Americana aftertaste. Look for her new EP debuting late Summer/ early Fall 2013. Lauren has multiple credit’s to her name including being a featured artist at Rock By The Sea, 99 X’s Unplugged in the Park, BMI World Magazine, Georgia-Country Magazine’s artist of the month and more. 


The Ways and Means

The Ways and Means is an accidental band formed while waiting for others to show up for writing sessions.  Kristin Turney Jones' vocals and Duffy James' bass harmonics bend convention while paying homage to the innovative musicians of the past and the unorthodox music that inspires them today.

Jeremy Ezell

"A Jeremy Ezell song is high drama and pop contagion.  His songs are 

emotional stories of heartbreak, headlines, and faith that follow, unapologetically, in the musical footstepsof futurists like Phil Collins, Muse, Radiohead." 
says Elizabeth Cline (former writer at New York Magazine and author of Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion)  
Currently the frontman and one of the writers for Atlanta pop quartet The Well Reds, he has performed with artists ranging from Tom Kimmel and Angie Aparo to Andy Grammar, Hot Chelle Rae, and Switchfoot.  In 2011 he scored the nationally acclaimed off broadway musical Twilight the Musical: the unofficial parody and his piano arrangements of hot jazz hits, Pretty Baby, Black Coffee, and others, appeared in a New York production of A Street Car Named Desire.  follow Jeremy on twitter @jeremyezell andfacebook.com/jeremyezellmusic and The Well Reds @thewellreds and facebook.com/thewellreds.  


Opening Act: 
Young Artist Showcase featuring : Peachy Pyron , Ethan Smith, Cricket Lennon

Peachy Pyron

Peachy Pyron has been playing the guitar since eight-years-old. This likeable, vibrant teen with dark wavy hair and a bright smile has contagious energy and spirited passion. Peachy combines all this with her rich, sublime tone to make a unique and captivating sound.  Peachy co-writes with a Grammy nominated professional music writer and trains with vocalist coach and producer Jan Smith; one of the most influential vocal coaches in the country, widely known for her work with superstars Justin Bieber, Rob Thomas, and Usher, to name a few.  Peachy plays and sings regularly around Cherokee County, Atlanta, and Nashville. You can find her schedule and take a listen at www.peachypyron.com

Cricket Lennon

Cricket here. I’m a singer-songwriter hailing from the beautiful southern state of Georgia (Atlanta, Sandy Springs). Art as a whole is my passion. My interests expand beyond what a college degree or career path could encompass. I am a musician, first and foremost.

Ethan Smith

Ethan Smith is an Atlanta-based folk singer/songwriter who performs on the acoustic guitar and harmonica. He expresses himself through a soft, laid-back folk sound which audiences continue to connect with everywhere he goes. His emotional songwriting, laid-back performance style, and unique voice have attracted comparisons to artists such as Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Bright Eyes, and Ben Folds.