Born and raised in Texas, Lincoln Durham started playing fiddle at the age of four. Nirvana inspired him to switch to electric guitar while he was in high school. Durham would later switch to acoustic guitar and working on his slide guitar style. He developed his one-man band neo-country blues sound with his cigar box guitar, mandolin, blues harps, stomp boards and whatever else he could manage to play. Durham's latest album, Revelations of a Mind Unraveling, was released in March. He headlined the Black Hills Music and Food Festival in July at Main Street Square in Rapid City.
Andrew Billion is a Sioux Falls based singer/songwriter/guitarist. His artistry goes far beyond the stage, however. Billion paints, draws and works in pottery and ceramics. He's also a founding member of The Bakery in downtown Sioux Falls, a place for creators and thinkers to gather for the benefit of the Sioux Falls community. Billion's music highlights elements of jazz, blues and rock. He performed on the second stage at JazzFest in July, presented by the Sioux Falls Jazz and Blues Society.