November 12th 8pm

GRANTS & SCHOLARSHIPS

ICE student arts enhancement grants and scholarships are used by students for a variety of purposes including: funding private instruction, purchase of musical instruments and art supplies, music camps, dance lessons, college prep, etc.

OUTREACH

ICE believes that the support of the arts is integral to the health and well being of society, and that children raised with a rich exposure to the arts will grow to be more compassionate adults.

RAFFLE ITEMS!

20 By 40 inch giclee print of Sailfish By Pasta Pantaleo

 

Washburn Guitar donated by Michael Allman

Painted By Dewey Engstrom his 4th Bay Jam Guitar painting.

Raffle Ticket Sales Start

Fri October 23 - Fri December 11, 2020

 

T-SHIRTS & MORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ARTISTS

Micah

Drink & Navigate Island Life! For over two decades, I’ve been a professional Sunshine Billionaire story telling musician, known as the Barstool Sailor. My passion for the Florida Keys followed by a degree in history and education from UM, has lyrically tailored and created hours of unique original music. My music is a tropical hibernation of songs from a casual observer of paradise. I’ve enjoyed playing house concerts tours, tiki bars as well as fun festivals. Presently, as a long time Islamorada Keys Critter in training, I’ve lived, experienced and cared about the Keys as a bartender, kayak guide and full-time musician. I’m also an author of a cartoon coloring book called The Adventures of Humphrey the Manatee.

Leah Sutter

Born and raised in the Florida Keys, Leah Sutter is the youngest of four children to parents John and Michele. Leah realized her talents and love of music early on in her life and, with the support of her family, quickly immersed herself in the art. Soon she was receiving classical voice training and taking both piano and guitar lessons. In middle and high school, Leah often performed in talent shows, arts showcases, drama, and musical theater in an effort to perfect her performance style. As Leah’s involvement in the Keys music scene grew, she learned she could connect with people and make them smile with her music. Today these remain her motivations for pursuing a music career. Leah continued to develop her signature sound through her training. While attending Florida State University, she took piano lessons and went through classical voice training at FSU, as well as directed music and art shows and performances in the Tallahassee community. Leah’s repertoire was expanded by her position as lead singer in the band Leah & the Aviators (L&A)—whose music generally falls under the Alternative Rock/Adult Contemporary genre. They performed in many FSU showcases and Tallahassee music and art festivals. The band released their debut album “Air Ride” on November 4, 2014, which can be found on iTunes, Spotify, etc.

Scott Youngberg

Scott Youngberg lives, loves and makes music in the FL Keys. Composing and recording his original album of songs,"Idle Speed," he has melded Trop-Rock with Americana to fashion his "Tropicana" style and sound. Performing at clubs, resorts and music festivals locally since 1997, Scott stays active in the community with event leadership for the Relay For Life of the Upper Keys. Mark Victor Hansen (author of Chicken Soup For The Soul and all time #1 NY Times bestseller) says, "Scott is a musical master as a composer, lyricist, songwriter , and compellingly listenable singer. Go way out of your way to hear him and bring all your friends." Scott can always answer the riddle on a Popsicle stick. ScottYoungberg.com

RADIOGHOST

RadioGhost A Rock & Blues Power Trio On Guitar and Vocals Steven Miller On Drums Vocals & Ukulele Rick Chesler On Bass Vinny Beard

Nag Champayons

The group began as a improvisational collective who's name came out of the burning of Nag Champa incense during early jams and won the band New Times' "Best Band Name". Drawing from African, Caribbean, hip-hop, rock and jazz influences, the NAGs have consistently amazed crowds with their diversity, quickly rising to the top of Miami's music and art scene. On the heels of their acclaimed single "James Brown's A$$" the band was invited by the Brooklyn Academy of Music to perform as part of two of their premiere productions, the Si Cuba Festival and the Dance Africa Festival! As part of the Moksha Family Visionary artist collective, the Nag Champayons have had the honor to collaborate live on stage with legendary painters Alex Grey, Mark Henson and Alex Sastoque. The Nag Champayons continue to challenge convention with their 2012 EP & the acclaimed single "183rd St. Flea Market featuring long time NAG collaborators El Chino Dread Lion, formerly of "Yerba Buena" and Itagui of "Locos por Juana".

Ranger Dan

Ranger Dan lives in Key Largo Florida and is entertaining South Florida with his original style encompassing a little bit of country, alternative and folk styles. A perfect blend of Florida Keys Life. By the way, he is a real Park Ranger too!

Sarah Packiam

Irish - Indian songstress Sarah Packiam began writing songs from the age of 13. Born to an Indian blues guitarist and Irish poetic mother, at 14 she signed her first record deal with EMI Ireland. She’ s shared the stage with artists such as Luis Fonsi supporting his mega hit “Despasito” as well as Shakira at her latest album release party for “el Dorado” singing back up and playing guitar. Currently working on her 4th Album, her latest single “She’s a Riot” was released on International Womens day March 8th. The song features a video of Sarah Performing in Lille France along with Imagery of Iconic Women who have changed the world. Sarah has toured Europe, South America and the USA and continues to perform live across the country, especially in her adoptive home town of Miami. For videos, photos and upcoming shows follow her on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/sarahpackiam/ or www.sarahpackiam.com/shows

The Carousers

Jimmy Lozar on Vocals and Harmonica Nick Kimball on Vocals & Guitar Kris Bacen on Guitar & Mandolin Cliff Stutts On Bass Brian Shervington On Drums

Michael Allman

Michael Sean Allman is a musician. He is the lead vocalist and frontman to the Michael Allman Band. He is the first-born son of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Gregg Allman (founding member of the Allman Brothers Band). Personal Life Michael Allman was born on July 3, 1966. He was raised in Daytona Beach, Florida. His parents, Gregg Allman (legendary musician) and go-go dancer Mary Lynn Sutton met at Daytona Beach, Florida. Growing up, Michael Allman never really knew his biological father. His original surname — Hendrick — came from the man his mother married to legitimize his birth. After that brief union ended, his mother married Daniel Green, the man Allman originally believed was his father. When Allman was 6 years old, Green died in a Learjet crash. As he was mourning Green's crash, his mother told him about his birth father, Gregg Allman, Gregg didn't openly admit he is the father until 1985, 13 years after the crash and when Michael Allman was 19 years old. Career While the Michael Allman's album Hard Labor Creek stands on its own merits, he isn’t ashamed of his heritage, and there are several references to his famous father. “Laid Back” written by Sonny Tackett, was inspired by Gregg Allman’s album of the same name. “If Dreams Were Money” was written for Gregg Allman years ago by veteran Boston musician Bruce Marshall. Still, the spotlight is firmly on Michael, who wrote four of the songs on the CD, and delivers each tune with the kind of thoughtful approach that squeezes the inner meaning out of every song that he sings. Michael has become his own man, with a style similar to his father but with his unique growls and stage presence he wows the fans over. He will always be the son of Gregg Allman and keep his music alive, but his own music will live on for eternity just like his father. Michael Allman and MY PEACH LIFE LLC

Steve Venini Band

Steve Venini – Acoustic Guitar & Lead Vocals Genre: Americana, Blues and Triple A I grew up and started my career playing shows and clubs in the Northwest. Came to the Florida Keys in 1980 and other than some traveling gigs in Europe I have made this my home. The band we have together now is the best I’ve ever had the pleasure to work with. Chris Lute is the finest guitar player I know, Dave Bowman is a talented and solid bass man, and Jeremy Whitman has an intuitive and tasty style that holds us all together.

The Little Things

Unlike anything you'd expect. A ukulele duo based in South Florida, started in New Orleans in 2013 Katy Channing and Shanece Gransam started off busking in New Orleans playing only covers, they now also perform their originals and have recently released their first original EP. With the use of a looper station, they transform just two ukuleles and voices into a much bigger sound to create a nice mix of indie folk and pop. Now they're travelling around the world, fully supporting themselves with melodic harmonies and compact instruments. katyandshanece@gmail.com katyandshanece.com

Caitlin Rushing

Caitlin Rushing would be the first one to say she didn’t know what it would take to do what she was always dreaming to do. But she did know there were songs, pieces, feelings, melodies, and musings, and they had to get out. 4 years since her first lyric was penned, as well as going through personal tumult, these were songs that needed to be born. “I’m feeling myself become the woman I was meant to become. Learning through living, writing, and singing, and that stripping away all the restraints of things that had weighed me down for so long; this is exhilarating and freeing,” replies Caitlin. “I’m not taking my time, but with an attitude of commitment and conviction, and really stepping up to let my passion come to the forefront. I’m not going to do any less than what has to be done to find myself.” From producer Billy Smiley’s (WhiteHeart, Johnny Cash, Newsboys, Clay Aiken) opening guitar parts, bringing in mixing engineer Richie Biggs of The Civil Wars, and to players who play for artists like Robert Plant, Rascal Flatts, Vince Gill, and Switchfoot, these new songs are the beginning of a new venture into the vulnerable world of ‘Caitlin Rushing’ music.

Original Lady A Blues Band

Lady A with her strong, earthy blues vocal style and harmonica playing has carved a place all over Florida in the 80’s 90’s and now has returned to her beloved keys ready for action The band is available as a duo, trio, quartet and for full blues experience a 5 piece full band Reviews:"Lady “A” was host to a top radio show in the Florida Keys, which helped her fellow musicians by giving them exposure there. She has also done vocals and voice overs for radio and TV shows. She has shared the billing or has supported the following: Bonnie Raitt, Rick James,War, Pine Top Perkins, Coco Montoya and George Thorogood just to name a few

Ajeva

AJEVA (ah-JAY-vuh) is a Progressive Funk, six piece powerhouse hailing from St. Petersburg, FL. They spread their message of peace, unity and higher consciousness through music with infectious grooves and driving energy. Composed of Reed Skahill (vocals), Taylor Gilchrist (bass), Travis Young (drums), Mark Mayea (keyboards), Elliot Dickinson (guitar) and Michael Nivens (guitar), Ajeva has been playing all over Florida and the South-East since March 2013. These gentlemen pride themselves on providing the ultimate voyage for your earholes, with an enthralling live show that will keep you watching and listening.

David Feder

“Dave has a magic way of making you feel like an old friend with songs that are original and intimate. He is a master guitarist who plays his own intricate Flamenco influences finger-style music with laid back island feel.” – NPR Internationally acclaimed Guitarist-Composer David Feder has carved out a niche of his own, playing a signature blend of Flamenco-infused Folk music. His laid back style easily disguises the complexity of his blazingly deft finger picking. Three decades of island living in the Florida Keys has influenced Feder’s breezy, approachable, and sophisticated music. His musicianship incorporates miles of style, (savvy yet innocent, intelligent yet accessible) woven into a personal journey telling stories about life through the strings of his guitar. Feder has been praised by NPR’s All Songs Considered, World Café Live, PBS Art Loft, NPR’s Folk & Acoustic Music, the Miami Herald, and Time Out magazine among others. Feder spent six weeks at the top of the Broadjam World Music Chart with his critically acclaimed album “Black Emerald” and has been featured on All My Children (ABC), Art Loft (PBS), the NBC Good Morning show, National Park Service Educational Videos, and Florida Everglades Documentaries.