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Sav Buist

Born in Nashville, TN, Sav’s love of music began on a tour bus with her multi-instrumentalist father and R&B vocalist mother when she was three months old. Her birth was announced on the Grand Ol' Opry stage by Whispering Bill Anderson and her fate was set. At eleven, she picked up violin and dove headfirst into improvisational folk, jazz, reggae, funk, and rock. By sixteen, she’d become a versatile multi- instrumentalist, session player, composer, arranger, and performer.  Drawing inspiration from songwriters like Kim Richey and Neko Case, Sav's songs are vulnerable, compelling, and saturated with vivid imagery. Winning Kerrville's New Folk contest in 21' and Songwriter Serenade in 22', and the USA Songwriting Competition in 23' Sav has been described by NPR as “one of the most compelling songwriters of our day.” She is sponsored by Liquid Violins, Shure Microphones, Takamine Guitars, Fender Amps and bass, SKB cases, LR Baggs, Boss, Roland, and more...

Katie Larson

Katie Larson grew up in Northern Michigan. Her musical family encouraged a range of eclectic influences, and in 2006 she started playing cello in her public elementary school’s music program. Now she is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and composer, who participates in film, design, art, and culinary adventures. Katie graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy in 2014, and has since been a full-time studio session player, songwriter, and touring musician. Repping NS Designs electric cellos and Louis and Clark acoustic cellos, Takamine guitars, Fender electric guitars and Shure microphones, Katie brings an arsenal of sound to the musical table. In 2017 she started cataloging her stories about the food she finds on the road in a visual food blog @katie.eats.food

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Katelynn Corll

"Corll's got an uncommon drive and passion to not just create music, but connect...connect with audience as well as her fellow musicians. And that enthusiasm can be contagious..."
- Jeff Milo, Deep Cutz 2017

Katelynn Corll is a multi-instrumentalist (Drums, bass, guitar), songwriter based out of metro Detroit, Michigan.

 

She has been fortunate enough to have performed with projects of all different genres. She was the lead singer and drummer for an all-girl modern rock band called Blood and Wine (formerly known as The Imps).  Through this project she founded back in 2011, she was given the opportunity to work with several well known names in LA including multi-platinum producer Jeff Blue (Linkin Park, Korn, etc.), Chad Schlosser of Drac Studios (Slash, Guns N' Roses, Mastodon, ZZ Top, etc.), and Oumi Kapila of Filter. That recording experience is one that has influenced and shaped the musician and writer she is today, as well as the opportunity to drum Candlebox's hit song "Far Behind" live with them in January of 2018.

While the COVID pandemic brought so much uncertainty and loss in the industry, it was also when Katelynn was brought in to drum for Chloe Moriondo. Since June 2020, she has been fortunate enough to have performed on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Sad Summer Festival, and toured supporting Ashnikko (Oct 2021).

 

One thing she loves most about being actively involved in the music industry is that she is constantly learning and meeting new people who share the same drive and passion as her. Katelynn is a musician who loves being introduced to new music, new people, and new bands all over the world.

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