The Liza Colby Sound is their namesake on vocals and a trio of musicians with two decades of rock'n'roll experience. These formidable players boast impressive resumes that include working with Ozzy Osbourne, Rick Derringer, Edgar Winter, Raging Slab, Suzanne Vega, Garland Jeffreys, Lenny Kaye, Jim Carroll Band, the Del Fuegos (featuring Dan Zanes), The Paley Brothers, Denis Leary, and Joey Ramone, among other well-known names. These all-stars are also known for scoring music for film and television, most recently contributing to the Denis Leary show Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll.
Frontwoman Liza Colby has recorded with Enrique Iglesias, Denis Leary John Legend, The Gold Setting, Johnny Burgos, The Sweet Things, Chris Rock's movie Top 5 (which featured her song “It Ain’t Easy”), Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll (she’s the singing voice of Elaine Hendrix). In addition, Liza’s voice has aired on ESPN, VH1, NASCAR, and Sesame Street.
The Liza Colby Sound's current live line-up features Liza Colby on vocals, Alec Morton on bass, Charlie Roth on drums, Adam Roth on guitar (on the album) and Tom McCaffrey as touring guitar player. The band's discography includes Let It Happen (2017), Live (2013), and High Yellow (2011). Influences the band cites include Iggy Pop, Humble Pie, Small Faces, Ike & Tina and Tame Impala.
The Tip is Benny Carl on lead vocals, guitar and harmonica, Robby Bote on bass guitar, and Dixie Carl on drums. The band is based in Nashville where Deli Magazine and IndieVille TV called them the Best New Artist of 2014. Their sound is no-nonsense, adrenaline fueled, and hard-rocking. They released an EP, followed by a full-length self-titled record in 2015 and the album, Sailor's Grave, in 2016. The album was released in Germany a year later by SAOL and garnered favorable reviews in Classic Rock, Metal Hammer and Rock It! Magazine. They have opened for The Darkness, Buckcherry, Sebastian Bach, Geoff Tate's Operation Mindcrime, The Last Vegas and had back to back festival appearances at Rocklahoma. This year they played the annual Kid Rock Cruise — for which they were hand picked by the man himself.