2022 MUSIC Lineup

11th ANNUAL MUSIC LINEUP 

Music changes lives, it’s an art that wakes up the creative part of our being!! Music at Yoga Jam is as varied as the yoga offerings.There’s something for everyone, from Hip-Hop to get down dancing. Americanna, Rock & Roll, Country, Indie, World, Folk, Kirtan & Dj sets. Drum Circle on the mountain, late night chanting,  and DJ sets at the end of the evening in the Boogie Down Dance Hall. Stages through out the festival- Chill Stage in Chill Land looking out to the creek, Boogie Down Dance Hall located in Jam Land, Main Stage in Jam Land, & most kirtan and sound baths in Bliss Land, oh oh and then there’s the Fire Circle for night drumming and folk music.

 

Paul Izak

Paul’s full length albums include, Peaceful Words (2010), Seeds of Love (2011), Everlasting Light (2013), Campfire Anthems (2013), Back to the Roots (2017).

​Singer-Songwriter Paul Izak’s unique style of music can best be described as a blend of Folk/Blues/Rock & Reggae. Whether performing solo, or with a full band, comscious lyrics, soulful Harmonica, and memorable guitar riffs offer melodic medicine. Paul’s music is rooted in a deep love for the earth and the growth of our collective consciousness.

Born and raised on the island O’ahu. Paul has a tangible connection with the Hawaiian Islands which is reflected in his songs. A heartfelt passion for farming and yoga are integrated into his musical message which inspire a healthy and conscious lifestyle.

His love for music continues to grow, just like his garden. Representing a healthy and simplistic life, Paul is a believer in honoring yourself as an individual so that you may better contribute to your community through healthy sustainable practices. This is the message you get through Paul’s music, as he practices what he preaches.

Prabir Trio

Prabir Trio Blends Indian Immigrant and American upbringing on debut LP, HAANJI.

Diverse, forward-thinking album tells the story of frontman’s immigration from India to Virginia by blending elements of Indian music into hook-laden rock and roll.

Haanji, the full-length debut from Prabir Trio, is a border-crossing record that blurs the boundaries between American rock & roll and Indian traditions. Influenced by alt-rock, classic British pop, Indian rāgas, garage grooves, and frontman Prabir Mehta’s relocation from India to the USA as a wide-eyed 8 year old, it’s an album about the personal evolution that many immigrants go through. 

For Prabir, that evolution was catalyzed by music. Uprooted from his childhood home and transplanted to Richmond, Virginia, he fell in love with the guitar-driven sounds of the FM radio. Western music helped acclimate him to western ideals. It helped him understand his new world. Decades later, he remains a man caught between cultures, proudly based in Richmond — where Haanji was recorded at Virginia Moonwalker Studio, using the same soundboard once owned by iconic local venue The Flood Zone — yet still devoted to the family members and customs of his native India, too. 

Joined by bandmates Kelli Strawbridge, Kenneka Cook, and Russell Lacy, Prabir funnels that unique perspective into Haanji. These songs find room not only for electric guitar, four-part vocal harmonies, and raw rock & roll, but also sitar, tanpura, his mother’s harmonium, and his father’s tablas. Gluing those ingredients together is the autobiographical songwriting of a frontman who recalls taking his first steps on US soil (“Immigrant Song”), learning about his newly-adopted home (“America”), discovering rock and roll (“Silverchair”), finding a place in his community (“Bamboo”), and falling in love along the way (“Sally Please”). It’s a coming-of-age chronicle with a bicultural twist, filled with songs that are as unique as Prabir’s own experience. 

A longtime champion of Richmond’s arts community, Mehta has spent the better part of two decades working with outlets like NPR’s Morning Edition, the Richmond Symphony, the Science Museum of Virginia, and his own Gallery 5 non-profit organization. He’s spent much of that time onstage, too, fronting the critically-acclaimed power-pop act Prabir & The Substitutes before merging the worlds of indie-rock and classical music with the band Goldrush. To him, music has always been more than an art form. It’s the mechanism by which he — and human society as a whole — has grown and progressed.

Ash Devine

Award-winning and versatile Appalachian-folk-revival-country-fusion singer-songwriter, performance artist, and gerontology-arts program designer Ash Devine is based the Blue Ridge Mountains of Blacksburg, VA. Devine is known has been referred to as one of the last ‘true folk troubadours’ and she is known for her unique finger-style ukulele and guitar sound, and for her participation in activism through music, education, and the health care setting.

Chico & Willie

Chico has been playing his guitar and singing in and around Floyd County, Va., for years. From casual dance tunes to his soul testing songwriting, you’ll leave smiling.  Humor is mixed with a steady melody when these two get together. Willie “Rockfish” Hairston joins him for this unique duet adding some funk and twists. Two guys with Guitars, a welcoming “cheers”, and a relaxed vibe. 

Chillaxin’ with Chico and Willie

Hope to see you there!!

Dirk Quinn Band

Dirk Quinn

 …is the guitarist for the jazz/funk band that coincidentally bears his name.  Based out of Philadelphia, the group travels extensively throughout the US and Canada.  Utilizing over a decade of steady performing, they’ve developed a unique and sincere style – one that appeals to a wide variety of music listeners with fans ranging from the beard stroking jazz aficionados to the jam band hippies.

 

The band’s infectious energy and musical interplay routinely attract listeners that are admittedly more accustomed to lyric-based music.  With great melodic sensibilities, rhythmic experimentation and an accessible modern edge, the Dirk Quinn Band is jazz/funk improvisation at its most engaging!

J Brave
Spaceholder, wayshower, connector, guide, J Brave’s greatest gift has always been to bring people together. As a former  counselor for homeless and at-risk youth, he learned the importance of service, and now sees his music as a means to inspire the world.
He expresses himself as an MC, poet, rapper, songwriter, and storyteller. In addition, as visionary of Benevolece events, he aspires to curate diverse gatherings celebrating the power of human kindness, indigenous practices, and Earth stewardship.
J Brave founded the Hip Hop collective the Luminaries, has toured internationally as a live performer and Ecstatic Dance DJ, and helps people to express their creative gifts though his online Keys Of Kreation community.
He has completed courses in Vipassana meditation, is a Landmark Forum graduate, has taken classes at the Agape Spiritual center, and has learned men’s embodiment through Sacred Sons. In addition, he has worked 10 years in social services, and has and trained in conscious communication and conflict resolution. 
Beyond all of this accomplishments and titles he is most proud of being a father of his beautiful children Simunye and Numi. 
“I am simply a vessel allowing the Universe to express through me. My intention is to inspire the remembrance of our divine nature. All praise to Source, all glory to the most high!” – J Brave 

 

Kasey "Cave Man" Jones

Kasey “CaveMan” Jones began as a multi-instrumentalist and musician in his early teens. He first discovered West African music and the Djembe while attending a drum circle being hosted by Bill Scheidt of then, Living Rhythms, back in 2007. Discovering an inner passion for drumming, Kasey has been an aspiring Djembefola ever since. Having attended lessons and workshops from many masters of West African music, he completed Bill’s Drummer Instructor Training course in 2013 to become a Certified Associate Instructor with Tam Tam Mandingue Winston Salem, and later a Beginner Djembe Instructor for Tam Tam Mandingue Djembe Academy. Kasey currently resides in Floyd, VA where he can be found orchestrating drum circles, teaching workshops, classes and giving private lessons in the local community through the HoloRhythm Community Drum School founded in 2013. The CaveMan can also be seen up and down the east coast at music festivals teaching workshops and facilitating drum circles throughout the year. 

Nadirah Wright

Nadirah and Rob Mulhausermet as co-workers in a helping profession. We discovered a mutual love of music and a love of laughter. Our boss discovered the music part and the next thing we know we are performing at Elmwood Park for the company picnic. For YogaJam our plan is to perform a number of covers from the 60’s to the present that we enjoy. Our hope is that you enjoy them as well.

Robert McNabb & The Flying Doves

Robert McNabb and The Flying Doves began as the result of great personal loss. Tracey and I married at 18 and had 41 years together. She was a my soulmate through 42 years of the trials of life. Though I have played since a young age, started out leaving home at a young age with a Buck Owens Special guitar and heading to Canada, I had always kept my song writing and poetry private. After the loss

I found poetry and song writing my best way to deal with my personal grief and I believe many who have suffered loss can find a voice in what I write and sing. So I went public.

But life is not all loss, it is to be lived and loved and now my music has turned more to living and loving.

Further still my music addresses issues in the world today. I believe music and art can be a light in this world.

I and The Flying Doves members have changed over these almost four years. We have lost one member who has passed over, we lost members through moving down to Florida and we’ve lost a member to change. Life goes on.

Now we are a trio with Laura Belle our new vocalist. Laura started at a young age with chorus and throughout her school years she was very active. Laura then studied under Anita Moody a well known vocalist instructor in Albany, Georgia with emphasis on soul. Laura’s range and abilities are amazing.

William “Rockfish” Hairston, has now joined us playing lead and rhythm guitar. He began performing with the Rockfish Band in 1996, a group of musician friends living throughout the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Since then, he has accompanied many bands and advanced his music theory. On his own, preferring the roots and funky side of life he revitalizes a vibe missing in most of today’s rushed and cold sounds. His “missing” or hung notes are not to be missed and he has added greatly to our sound. Get on your good foot, turn on your lovelight, and get out to hear him play!

Our sound is Americana/Folk/Westernand Rock. I think all fits under the genre of Americana.

We hope to share our music for it is about real life.

Virginia Hollow

Virginia Hollow is a mixture of Americana, Bluegrass, Country, Indie, and Rock. A singer-songwriter band that performs songs written by lead singer Carrie Hinkley, along with an occasional handpicked cover or two.

Zen Within

Zen Within – Katie Sutton and Josh Vogt

Zen Within is a husband and wife musical duo from Charlotte, NC who combine meditation with sound and energy healing to support participants in finding their own Zen Within. They are the founders of Zen Within Academy, an online and in person community supporting awakening souls through retreats, one on one sessions, online classes and sound healing workshops.



MC YOGI & The Cosmic Mellow

MC YOGI is a recording artist, author, and yoga teacher. He’s taught yoga and performed at festivals across the globe including headlining at Wanderlust Festival in over 30 US cities as well as Canada, Mexico, Japan, and Korea. His unique style of music and teaching is joy filled and spiritually uplifting. His new band The Cosmic Mellow features a distinctly Northern California sound with a retro 70s psychedelic surf rock vibe. mcyogi.com 

Holy River
Høly River

is founded by multi-instrumentalists Laney Sullivan and Jameson Price. Fusing together the pulse of drone pop, worldly instrumentation, this experimental music would best be described as a landscape, as a biome all its own. This musical phenomenon has come to be known as, Earth folk, a type of music inspired thematically by the natural environment: flora, fauna, soil, stars, and the human experience. From harmonium engulfed melodies to mouth-harp stomp grass, Høly River taps into an embodied and innate celebration of internal and external worlds, attempting to bring them closer together with each beat. On record or in-person, a listener is entranced in the soaring vocal ballads bathed the in moonlight of dance beats and folk-inspired roots. The music of Høly River carries the message of humanity’s need for reconnection with itself and the earth. Mystically political and wholeheartedly grassroots this DIY band finds themselves playing on large festival stages as well as backyard fire pits of intentional communities around the world

 
 
Bhakti Kulani
Our name Bhakti Kulani translates loosely to “devotional community,” although Sanskrit carries a much deeper, richer meaning. We practice what has become known as “Universal Kirtan, ” a form of call-and-response singing that draws on as many spiritual traditions as we can gather into our universe of music and spiritual practice. Described by Tad Dickens of the Roanoke Times as folk raga, we sing for joy, healing, Love, and Peace. 
As “kirtan,” it draws and expands upon the historical South Asian tradition of singing the divine names of Love as a spiritual practice. As “bhakti,” it is considered a vital element of the ancient discipline of yoga designed to open our hearts to divine grace. When we sing and dance in community, the inherent energy and joy in the music are multiplied many times over. 
Chris [i.D] Jeter

CHRIS JETER is a wellness advocate who uses creative expression and mindfulness practices to promote high-level wellness. Chris utilizes both mindfulness and music as tools to facilitate connection to spirit, self, and others.
As an artist, Chris- known as [i.D].; has released an album and complementary documentary that focuses on the process of moving toward freedom. Inspired by Nina Simone’s description of freedom as “no fear” and “a new way of seeing”, [i.D.] created his [i.D.]entity series consisting of his album Return of the Free(2021), and documentary The Journey Toward Free (2022).
Chris also received his Yoga Teacher Training certification at Faith Hunter’s School of Yoga, and Master of Education in Counselor Education at Virginia Commonwealth University. In both of these roles Chris focuses on inviting creative expression as a means to center authentic storytelling and promote wellness. Chris’ overall goal is to develop and implement culturally relevant programs that promote wellness in the African-American and other communities of color.

Dat Dude Jonny ( MC at Floyd Yoga Jam)

“Dat Dude Jonny is a consciousness artist, the co-founder of Metta Mats, and the Community Outreach/ DEI Director for In Balance Yoga. Born right here in the Blue Ridge Mountains of VA, he has previously been a teacher, speaker, and MC at Floyd Yoga Jam. @datdudejonny @mettamats www.mettamats.com

Jake Retting

Jake is a musician living in Floyd, Virginia. His style blends poetry and storytelling with folk and rock fundamentals. This, combined with palpable lyricism, distinct vocals, and a unique left-handed style of guitar playing, make for a striking delivery.

Justin Trawick & The Common Good

Justin Trawick has been performing in the Washington DC area and along the East Coast since 2006, citing musical influences like Bob Schneider, Greensky Bluegrass, The Tallest Man on Earth, G. Love, Old Crow Medicine Show, and David Gray. In February of 2014, Trawick won “Song of the Year” at the Washington Area Music Awards for his solo recording of “All the Places That I’ve Been,” which can be downloaded on iTunes as a single along with his five other solo records and EPs. In June of 2015, Trawick released his first single, “Goodbye,” under the band name “Justin Trawick and the Common Good,” written about the search for direction and belonging in a world that always feels one step ahead of you. In January of 2018, “Justin Trawick and The Common Good” released their first EP, “The Riverwash EP,” which features Norah Jones’ guitarist Adam Levy. In 2020 the band released the single “Back of the Line” during the coronavirus quarantine and was featured on Reuters, CNN, Al Jazeera, Washington Post, Washingtonian Magazine, Parade Magazine, American Songwriter Magazine, Voice of America and Virginia Living Magazine for Trawick’s livestream series and secret backyard concert series created during the pandemic.

Trawick and the band have performed for the Kingman Island Bluegrass Festival, Appaloosa Roots Music Festival, Floyd Yoga Jam, TedxEast in NYC at the City Winery, and TedxPennsylvaniaAvenue in DC at the Newseum. Additionally, Trawick has opened for over 30 national acts, including Suzanne Vega, Wyclef Jean, Brett Dennen, Blues Traveler, Enter The Haggis, Bob Schneider, and Edwin McCain, and shared bills with Dr. Dogg and The Avett Brothers. As the founder of the nationally touring show “The 9 Songwriter Series” and co-founder of “The Circus Life Podcast” with guests such as Kevin Eubanks, Chris Thomas King, Ernie Halter, Yarn, and Snuffy Walden, Trawick has built a brand that extends far beyond his home base in DC. For more information, please visit http://justintrawick.com.

Kat Mills

Kat Mills is a wonderfully talented folk singer and songwriter. Her steely voice matches her insightful lyrics and interesting compositions.”

Palmyra

Palmyra

Drawing from the sounds of Appalachia and Midwestern Americana, Palmyra captures the collective spirit of three Virginia natives, Teddy (he/him), Manoa (he/him), and Sasha (they/them). With an ever-expanding sonic palette, Palmyra’s live set explores the fusion of traditional folk string instruments, three part harmonies and foot percussion. The burgeoning trio sounds like a distant cousin of the progressive folk band, Punch Brothers, mixed with elements of Fleet Foxes or the Avett Brothers. Palmyra’s songs are intimate and contemplative, with three-part vocal arrangements that allow them to create the illusion of a full, larger-than-three ensemble. Palmyra met in the Shenandoah Valley, which is incredibly apparent through their stirring craftsmanship and dedication to create a folk-driven, innovative experience through their live performances.

Shylah Ray Sunshine
Shylah Ray Sunshine is an award-nominated influential vocalist, musician, mother and Soul Voice Singing coach.
Born naturally with rhythm…all heart and soul. Vibrate, resonate with deep drum beats at high frequencies. Singing like strings and things that sound like Heaven on Mother Earth
DJ Ethan Howard
Girish
Girish, (www.GirishMusic.com) an accomplished musician of many genres, former monk infused in spiritual practice, loving wordsmith linking lyrics and rhythm in blissful music, has just released his new book “Music and Mantras” and his new album “Daily Chants For a Radiant Spirit”
Celebrated yogi-musician Girish opens new possibilities for transforming your life through song, combining the ancient art of singing mantra with twenty-first century neuroscience research.
For as long as he can remember, Girish has created rhythm to accompany life. His first experience of music as sacred art came in college, playing with jazz bands. “During improvisational sessions,” he recalls, “there were these unexplainable moments of synchronicity and intuition that felt like magic.” This led Girish to an unexpected journey—a seeming detour to live as a monk in an ashram for five years that inadvertently nourished his musical artistry. Here, he studied Sanskrit as a means to understand the deeper meanings of ancient chants, which sparked a life-changing event that led him back to music—and to combine music with Sanskrit chants. Now he shares what he’s learned to help people of all ages, backgrounds, and traditions to transform body, brain, and life through mantra and music.
With Music and Mantras, Girish has created an interactive toolkit—including more than ninety minutes of companion audio material—for personal transformation through singing, sharing his own experience as a musician, yogi, and former Hindu monk. Weaving simple, elegant mantras from ancient traditions with neuroscience, Girish shows us how to achieve greater peace of mind, clarity, calm, focus, and even improved health and wealth through the yogic art of chanting—an ideal practice for singing our way to happiness, health, and prosperity.
The Get Right Band

“The Get Right Band are the type of performers that you just know will break out.
Their songs are infectious and take you immediately to a place. The lyrics are smart and bear weight.”
– The Huffington Post

The Get Right Band is a psychedelic indie rock power trio from Asheville, NC. They are a band focused on following their muses to honest self-expression, to whatever excites them and pushes them into unexplored territory. The Get Right Band proudly carries the torch for a long line of genre-bending power trios from Cream to The Jimi Hendrix Experience to The Police to Violent Femmes to Primus to Green Day to Nirvana to Sublime. It’s the space between the notes, the rawness and the maneuverability, that makes a power trio, well, so damn powerful.

Coco-bolo

COCOBOLO, a Southwest Virginia based music duo, tailors its show to any stage with clear vocals, original, story based lyrics, intricate guitar leads and weaving rhythms that combine into something truly unique. This inspired pair brings to you an irresistible mix of acoustic tunes that are soulful and gritty. From the well known music hub of Floyd County, Virginia, comes Singer/Songwriter Stella Trudel (vocals, guitar) and Bob Dillard (guitar, vocals) for an astonishing blend of imagination, years of late night writing, thousands of practice hours, and a shared love of sound that solidly adds up to creativity at it’s best. You’ll be glad you stopped to listen! 

Christie Lenée
“Acoustic Guitarist of the Year 2019” (Music Radar UK)- “One of America’s best and brightest singer/songwriters.” – Music Fest News
“2017 International Fingerstyle Guitar Champion.”
“Watching Christie Lenée perform her solo acoustic act is like seeing a firecracker execute a high-wire circus routine while doing flips and juggling flaming bowling pins.” – Jimmy Leslie, Guitar Player magazine
DJ Walker G

(IG account)Walkerg-music & walkergcontact@gmail.com

Based out of Richmond Virginia, Walker G brings a Psychedelic jungle rhythm curated for you to celebrate life to. I’ll be bringing House music that makes you feel at home. Expect experimental electronic dance music inspired by old school soul, jazz, and garage music.

Flint Blade

Jamient Psychedelia

Gershone

Based out of Athens/Atlanta, Gershone chants/sings to spread Light through Sacred Sounds…Chanting sacred mantras & songs in Sanskrit, English, and Hebrew… facilitating sound healing experiences for expanding our self expression and connecting to source. 

Touring since 2002 in a roots reggae/afrobeat band called DubConscious, Gershone was fortunate to play Red Rocks, Bonnaroo, and High Sierra Music Fest. In 2015, he spent six weeks in northern India to dip his toes into Indian classical music, and returned inspired to share his love of Kirtan to all across the nation! 

He has played all over the United States, and events in Canada, Brazil, India, Thailand and Bali. 

Gershone has played with many different incredible kirtan wallahs like David Newman, Wah!, Mayapuris, Flavia Krsna, and Ananda Rasa Kirtan.

Jack Howard

Jack is a nomadic practitioner of life. He is eager to converse with you over a pot of tea, lead you on a Cacao-infused shamanic journey, envelop you in a cloud of sonic vibration, hold space for you as you release inner trauma through the breath, or facilitate your transformation in a fire ceremony.  He lives simply and naturally, close to Mother Earth and deeply connected to Spirit. His passion is  “Helping others reach their highest potential.”

 

Music Road Co

Join Music Road CO, a cooperative of common creative companions conspiring to command your cognitive locomotion.

This crew digs through a wide and deep catalog of tunes and musical traditions to get you groovin’ and your hip bones movin’!!

 

Where does Music Road Co find its inspiration? And why does it connect so perfectly with audiences of all ages and backgrounds? The answer might lie in their widespread roots. Coming from such diverse places as South Africa, Ecuador, Key West, Maryland and Virginia, the band brings many cultural influences together to produce music without boundaries.

Moving fluidly from funk to reggae, rock to afrobeat, their sound bounces from blues and soul to island dance and back again, bound together by one common ideal: Music should feel good and spread positive vibes. They get on stage to lift themselves up to a higher frequency and they won’t stop until they bring the entire audience with them.

Medicine Sound
Medicine Sound are 6 unique souls coming together to celebrate both sacred songs from around the world and originals channeled with love. Medicine Sound will get your feet tapping, heart opening and spirit soaring in ecstasy and bliss!
 
Phil Reed Boyce

Phil Reed Boyce is a Bhakti Yoga musician who performs solo and in collaboration with others under the name The Sharanam Project. Phil’s music and goals are deeply influenced by his monastery Zen Buddhist training but manifested (perhaps paradoxically) in the devotional music of the Hindu Bhakti movement. Phil lives in both Charlottesville, VA and Brooklyn, NY and focuses on small, participatory performances that seek to experience the power of brahmananda through collective singing.   

Starroot & Willybilly

Starroot and Willybilly perform mostly their original Love, Heart, Peace, Earth, Star-Spirit songs. They play guitar, keyboard, harmonica and sing.  Starroot and Solstice are life-long musicians and have performed Solo and in various bands for most of their lives.

Triquetra
Currently a quintet, Triquetra gives a new take on a classic jazz ensemble featuring multi-passionate, multi-instrumentalists with a strong penchant for music that moves the listener both gracefully and intelligently.
 
Instragram: TriquetraBand
Facebook: Triquetra251
Youtube: Triquetra251
Jouwala Collective

Jouwala Collective derives it’s magic from the many layers of influences that make up this sonic mosaic of deeply rooted traditional music and this generations undeniable hunger for groove. At the heart is Ismail Bouzidoune, a Master Gimbre player from Casablanca, Morocco and the creative force leading this band of gifted collaborators. This seamless blending of time-honored Gnawa music with contemporary and global styles creates a full-sensory experience that holds you in a trance one moment and compels you to dance the next. but that’s the magic of Jouwala Collective – they bring it all back home into One sound, tastefully and naturally.

The Ambassador

www.TheAmbassadorMusic.com

Soul/rock/reggae artist The Ambassador stands out among others by displaying a strong, soulful vocal presence combined with addictive, upbeat rhythms. His music flows seamlessly from stock reggae beats to bluesy grooves infused with rock and hip-hop. The Ambassador couples catchy hooks and danceable music with intelligent lyrics and a positive message bringing fans of all ages and walks of life. The high-energy performances will keep you bouncing hours after the show’s end.

The Ambassador is Stephen Gabriel Lewis, a Virginia native that has performed and recorded with some of the finest reggae/rock musicians from Southern California to Southwest Virginia, sharing the stage with acts like Midnite, the Wailers, Steel Pulse, Stick Figure, Xavier Rudd, Mike Pinto, The Movement and more. As a follow up to the full-length release “New Roots”, nominated “World Music Album of the Year” at the San Diego Music Awards, The Ambassador’s long-awaited studio effort entitled “Cali Love” was released in late 2018. As can be heard in the uptempo single “Powerful Love” with Pato Banton, this latest work features musicianship from a diverse group of San Diego area session players from bands like Elektric Voodoo, Psydecar, SDIB, Southtown Generals and the legendary Wailing Souls. The Ambassador continues to perform both acoustically and with his band Chosen Few at select venues and intends to bring good vibes and inspiration to all who listen.

CC Coates

Blues Rock Band

Drumin-yasa
As featured by The Washington Times, CBS, and Washington’s WTOP news, Brad Ellsworth of Druminyasa® has been playing drums and percussion for over 25 years. Brad is a yoga teacher and founded Druminyasa by connecting his love for rhythm, drums and movement.
Check out more from Druminyasa at www.druminyasa.net

 

DJ Beatfarm3r

Producer and DJ, Beatfarm3r packs his fun filled, danceable sets with selections from house, trap, dubstep and psy genres.  He returns to Yogajam once again for an epic adventure.  

Folked Up Foxes

The Folked Up Foxes are long time local friends who have played music together for years in various iterations. We bring a combination of Americana originals and covers. With Doug and Jamie on guitars, Paul on mandolin and Betty on banjo, accordion and keyboards, we are excited to “shine on” at the Floyd Yoga Jam this year!

Genre Trans-cendence
Genre Transcendence is a thunderously grooving genre defying melting pot of musical magic which mixes
elements of hip-hop, funk, rock, jazz, classical and Latin styles into a colorful complexity of third
stream dance fuel. A two man group, the Wanderer plays virtuosic electric piano vocabulary and bass grooves while Third Coming spits philosophical, poetic bars in syncopated rhythms while holding down raw and aggressive drums.
Kennedy Oneself

Kennedy Oneself – Symphonic orchestration of acoustic vibration!!

Noah Proudfoot & The Botanicals

From Tedx to festivals and venues up and down the East Coast, Noah Proudfoot is a soul-powered songwriter doing things a little differently. Using elements of  funk, R&B, and roots-rock, his soulful voice stirs the human spirit and dives beneath the static of daily life. Studied in poetry and certified as a yoga teacher, his lyrics are carefully crafted to motivate and inspire. His full band, Noah Proudfoot and the Botanicals, broadcasts these messages on a much larger scale, gaining attention in the transformational music scene and attracting a following of like minded fans. Opening for bands such as Satsang and Yaima, his songs and presence have touched the heart of listeners across the country. 

Rob Mulhauser

Nadirah Wright and Rob met as co-workers in a helping profession. We discovered a mutual love of music and a love of laughter. Our boss discovered the music part and the next thing we know we are performing at Elmwood Park for the company picnic. For YogaJam our plan is to perform a number of covers from the 60’s to the present that we enjoy. Our hope is that you enjoy them as well.

Travis Knapp
Travis Knapp, from the Finger Lakes region near Ithaca, NY, brings his soulful folk songs and cheerful clawhammer banjo to the Yoga Jam stage.  Come ready to raise your voice in an uplifting singalong or two.  Learn more at:
Joel Venditti

JOEL VENDITTI  – Original musical artist. Grew up listening, and imitating the rock, blues, folk, and the psychedelic improvisational bands of the 60’s . 

Creating original music , and songs, with the intention of playing the sounds and styles that influenced him, with an emphasis on being different and original as possible. Joel continues to develop his musical style , and original songs , and continues to reach for new ideas and sounds.

Wryn Magdalyn

She shares her devotion to bliss through song, dance, stillness and connection with others. You may find her down by the river on her harmonium singing to the trees or holding space for wombyn to be nourished and heard in a moon circle. She is currently available for Life Coaching Sessions, Ayurveda, Tantra and Yoga Classes & Retreats, Kirtan & Sound Healing