Week of January 28 at the Scallop RePUBlic

Tuesday – Open 5-10 – Open Mic 7-10
All skills and instruments welcome.

Wednesday – Open 5-10 – Kristi Leann 7-10
Kristi Leann is a singer-songwriter based out of Marianna, Florida. Drawing inspiration from songwriters like Jason Isbell, Scott and Seth Avett, and Chris Knight, Kristi started writing her own original songs at age 12. Two years later she self-taught herself guitar. The Jackson County native has been performing live regionally in the panhandle and at venues throughout the south. Her voice has fans drawing comparisons to Taylor Swift, Colbie Caillat and Alison Krauss, but we hope you’ll give her a listen yourself and determine she’s uniquely Kristi Leann.

Thursday – Open 5-10 – Nikki Talley & Jason Sharp 7-10
She sings her boots off, plays acoustic guitar as well as her mountain clawhammer banjo while hubby, Jason Sharp plays leads on an ole ’57 Gibson LG-2 & also plays bass and sings harmony.

Friday – Open 5-11 – Sarah Burton 7-10
Rooted in folk, and skirting pop, rock and country – Sarah’s music is a collage of her own adventures, and the people she meets along the way. Her songs have made their way to the big screen, earned college radio charting in US and Canada and commercial radio play in Canada and Europe.

Saturday – Open 5-11 – Jordyn Pepper 7-10
She is the perfect blend of organic, deep-mountain roots, folk (with a little splash of soft blues), rock and country. Put it all together and you have the makings of an Americana artist. Her name is Jordyn Pepper, and she has something to sing about. Recently signed to Howlin’ Dog Records Jordyn just released her freshman album “Mountain Rain.” Her first single “Back to My Roots” was released earlier this year followed by her second single “1862” both from the album. This Nashville based singer/songwriter is described by many as a breath of fresh air, with crystal-clear vocals and a uniqueness that only says, “That’s Jordyn Pepper.”