Our 2022 After Party Artists:

Mock Orange

Off the Record, D. R. Bridges, and Between the Frets

Mock Orange

Mock Orange was founded in Southern Indiana back in 1994. Their 1998 album "Nines and Sixes" was met with critical acclaim. It placed the group on national college radio charts and established a loyal fanbase.

The band has since worked with such producers as Mark Trombino (Jimmy Eat World/Blink 182), J. Robbins (Jawbox/Jets to Brazil/Clutch), and Grammy Award winner Jeremy Ferguson (Cage The Elephant/Lambchop). The next 10 subsequent records solidified their standing as an innovative, genre blurring band. Currently, Mock Orange continues to release albums and EP’s, tour the U.S., Europe and Japan, and amass a consistently growing cult following.

Off The Record

Off the Record Music Collective is a creative project by a group of friends that came out of the most uncertain season of the 2020 pandemic.

With their music, Off the Record inspires audiences to get out of their chairs and onto the dancefloor by bringing to life some of the world's most universally loved songs. They perform music across multiple genres through the decades including pop, funk, R&B, rock, and country. There's something for every audience member at an Off the Record show.

D.R. Bridges

Between the Frets