March Radness Tour, road to SXSW

March 8th, 2023 9pm   Stage


Adrienne Mack-Davis

Adrienne Mack-Davis is a classically trained singer/songwriter originally from Rochester, NY. For over a decade she has traveled the world performing over 1200 live shows both nationally and internationally opening and collaborating with the likes of Dead Prez, Talib Kweli, Rhakim, Red Man, Pharoah Monch, Hannibal Burress, Homeboy Sandman, Swiss Beats and KRS One to name a few.
She has also participated in dozens of service workshops in over 9 countries on topics such as anti-human trafficking, entrepreneurship, and women’s empowerment. Having lived overseas she’s had the privilege of being able to experience different cultures abroad allowing space for deeper self-reflection, self-development, and maturity in her sound.
Staying true to her eclectic roots Adrienne makes sure to explore many different creative outlets which have led her to collaborate with her first live band since 2010, The Bulkheads. You can find Ms. Mack-Davis performing all across the NE and the New England area.

Nate Winter

Hailing from Maine, Nate Winter is an emerging singer-songwriter who has hit
the ground running since the Fall of 2021 with his “Stripped Down” cover series on YouTube, amassing over 45,000 views so far and counting. Leaning primarily in the pop/reggae genre, Nate is gearing up for his debut release “Missing Piece” which is a musical radiation of good vibes and positivity, focusing on his unapologetic pursuit of self-love and internal peace.

Nate has had the opportunity to work with Wayne Jobson (Maroon 5, Magic, Jason Mraz), Brian Jobson (No Doubt, Michael Bolton), Paul Fakhourie (Lauryn Hill, Eric Clapton, Bob Marley), Bernard “Touter” Harvey (Inner Circle), Dave Simmons (KC and the Sunshine Band), and Stephen “Cat” Coore (Third World).


aLunarLanding is the stage name of emcee and visual artist, Daniel Moon. An enigmatic performer, aLunarLanding offers up a powerful live show combining his poignant lyricism and raw emotional vulnerability. No matter the setting, he creates a space where feelings are mentionable and manageable.


Jacobsen is based in New England and has performed all around the U.S. from Maine to Texas. You can find him hosting Monday of the Minds at Flask Lounge in Portland, ME.