SUGARAY RAYFORD is a Texas-born soul blues singer and is the reigning Blues Foundation's "B.B. King Entertainer of the Year." Possessing a magnetic personality, and an old school vocal style that echoes Muddy Waters, Otis Redding and Teddy Pendergrass, Rayford is also a stellar dancer with moves reminiscent of the Legendary James Brown. LIZ BRASHER makes her own kind of southern music. She's a soul singer. A guitar-playing rocker. A one-woman girl group. A gospel revivalist who sings the praises of secular bands like the Box Tops. It's a diverse sound rooted in the influence of Brasher's two homes: her adopted hometown of Memphis and her childhood stomping grounds in rural North Carolina. WoodSongs Kid: George Fields is a twelve-year-old banjo picker from Stamping Ground, Kentucky.