Smoochie Wallus is a five-piece band from Tulsa that infuses various classic jazz influences into a very sultry sound that has earned this young band a fast following. Delaney Zumwalt’s voice is intoxicating and blends perfectly with the bohemian sounds produced by fellow bandmates, Olivia McGraw (Violin, Mandolin, Vox), David Hernandez (Guitar, Vox), Jesus Javier Valles (Bass, Vox), and Jonathan Rodriguez (Drums, Vox). Huntertones are a high energy horn driven band founded in Columbus, OH and currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Led by Dan White (saxophones), Chris Ott (trombone/beatbox), and Jon Lampley (trumpet/ sousaphone), the Huntertones are a horn section that isn’t content to simply accent the music. Instead, they’ve melded the ethos and swagger of a New Orleans second-line band to the sophistication of a great jazz orchestra for a signature sound that resonates with all types of audiences. TAUK (Festival Headliner) is an American jazz/rock fusion ensemble from Oyster Bay, New York. Bandmembers Matt Jalbert (guitar), Charlie Dolan (bass) and A.C. Carter (keys) began playing together as teens. The group eventually added Isaac Teel (drums) and began to realize the impact of their instrumental abilities after touring with Umphrey McGee in 2014. The band’s all-instrumental blend of funk, hip-hop, progressive rock, and jazz have appealed to audiences of all ages. "In short, TAUK is unstoppable. If you haven't see them, dear God, go," says Live for Live Music.