From campfires and cottage porches, to bars and world-class venues, Jake has played them all. Born in Windsor ON. and continues to make Essex county his home. Jake’s latest effort, Salesman of The Year, is a collaborative take on outlaw country with folk influences throughout. He enjoyed early success with pop-rock darlings Inoke Errati, touring coast to coast. Jake can be commonly found at your local watering hole passionately smashing out your favourite tunes.
Kay Oh Chay is a force to be reckoned with in the southwestern Ontario music scene. She is a highly sought after session player and vocalist, a member of local supergroup “the S’Aints” along with local favourite duo “the Oh Chays”. You can catch her masterfully tickling the ivories and soulfully belting out the hits and some tasty originals wherever good times are served.
Jen Knight began her career when she was a contestant on Canadian Idol in 2008, impressing some of the biggest names in the music industry. Since then, the Kingsville-born performer has opened for Bret Micheals, signed with an L.A.-based record label, and garnered over 4.5 million views on YouTube. Reminiscent of commanding female vocalists such as Janis Joplin and Pink, Jen’s edgy vocal style drips with emotion from every soulful note, leaving you wide-eyed and littered with goosebumps.
Born on the banks of St. Clair and raised in the streets of “South Detroit”, Dave Russell has established himself as a leading name among Windsor’s music scene. He has performed captivating shows stretching from the Maritimes to Vancouver Island and everywhere in between. Comfortably switching between classics or telling tales of his own, Dave’s ability to connect with audiences’ relies on his expertise in storytelling.
Harrow native Max Marshall has a passion for crafting songs out of stories from the vast palate of the Canadian folk Identity. With country blues and ragtime influences, he’s dedicated to delivering a heartfelt and personal performance. Like Max’s music, this copper ale basically gives you a big warm hug. Notes of caramel and toasted nuts drift you into a nostalgic daydream, leaving you at ease and snug.
Kingsville native Phil Charrette has seen the world, performing his music from the edge of the Dead Sea to small villages in Colombia. He’s had the opportunity to open for such acts as: Kansas, Quiet Riot, Herman’s Hermits, and even The Monkees! Like Phil, this beer is quite adventurous. Made with our very own backyard-grown hops, this Harvest Ale has a range of flavour profiles that will entertain any hop lover.