Check out who performed in 2019!
Citizen Way is a contemporary Christian music and Christian rock composed of David Blascoe, Ben Calhoun and Daniel Olsson. Citizen Way started the music scene in 2012 with their debut single “Should’ve Been Me.” The band’s fan base quickly grew with hits “Bulletproof,” “How Sweet The Sound,” and “When I’m With You.” The band continues to make an impact both on and off the air as they’ve toured the country alongside acts like MercyMe, Jeremy Camp, Mandisa and more. 2018 song release “WaveWalker.”
Eric Burgett grew up on the family farm in Latham, IL and had several regular performances on an old upright piano at his parents’ tavern, The Korn Krib, as well as during the offerings on Sundays at Latham United Methodist Church. In 2012, Burgett made the move to Nashville to pursue his countrymusic dreams and learning from some of the best writers and artists. In Fall 2017, Eric signed with Bow to Stern Management, headed by Grammy nominated producer Matt McClure. Eric’s career has been full of opportunities on the stage, where the piano playing country singer has landed opening slots and guest appearances for the likes of Rodney Atkins, Lee Brice, Chris Stapleton, Charlie Worsham, Phil Vassar, Frankie Ballard, Jana Kramer, Craig Morgan, and Jim Brickman. Songs: “Town You Never Heard Of” and “Nothin’ Better”
Eric McSpadden grew up in Decatur, IL, before moving back to St. Louis in 1970’s, where he is one of the better-known blues performers. He made his musical career playing with a number of groups, including famed St. Louis bluesmen Johnnie Johnson and Oliver Sain. While he is known for his blues singing and harmonica, he also plays a wide range of styles and genres. Over 6 million people have viewed the YouTube video, the Call of Duty: WWII multiplayer trailer, with McSpadden’s voice as a key part of the story. McSpadden performs regularly at BB’s Jazz, Blues, and Soups on Broadway Street and Hammerstone’s at 9th St. & Russell St. in St. Louis, Missouri. “Death Don’t Have No Mercy” (Esterly featuring Eric McSpadden featured in Call Of Duty WWII Trailer)
Bonfire (Illini Park)