Sandy Ross has been entertaining audiences with her own special blend of contemporary folk and acoustic blues for more than four decades. Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, she spent the ‘70s in Los Angeles, working as a staff songwriter for Warner/Chappell Music and producing demos on a single-song basis for nine other major song publishers including: Filmways Music, MCA Music, and Screen Gems/EMI. During that decade she had songs recorded by Kim Carnes and Anne Murray at a time when they were at the height of their careers, and indie released an LP of her own performances (A Lady of a Different Time - 1971). She was a regular singer-songwriter throughout the greater Los Angeles area and also booked other performers of many different genres at various Hollywood live-performance venues, including the Los Angeles Performing Arts and Folklife Festival and the internationally-renown Bla-Bla Café.
Wild Mountain Mystics plays music ranging from tender-hearted love songs to foot-stompin' folk blues, mainly on acoustic guitar and mandolin. Their voices, gritty and smooth, blend in a way that can be reminiscent of traditional mountain music, while their lyrics often aspire toward poetry.
Vin Fiz Flyer is a Pasadena, California based Band with many Bluegrass music influences, but their performances expand to a more alternative folk and country genre.Many of their original songs convey the history of old Pasadena and the surrounding area, building stories and tales that entertain, as well as echo from another era.