Presented by:
Kroger Delivery
Birmingham Mountain Radio


SATURDAY, November 5

11:15am – 11:45am | IAmGreatness Poetic Expression

12:00pm – 12:25pm | Mad Hatter Dance Company

12:30- 12:50 | IAmGreatness Poetic Expression

1:00-2:10 | Alabama School of Fine Arts Jazz Ensemble

2:15- 3:00 | Khloe Isabella with Maxwell Imms and Bree Hones

3:00- 3:15 | IAmGreatness Poetic Expression

3:15-4:10 | M.U.A.D. (Modular Units of the Analog Domain)

4:15-5:15 | Cheyloe with Kyle Sawhill

5:00-7:00 | Over the Mountain @ Saturday Night Stars Appreciation Party

SUNDAY, November 6

11:15- 12:00 | Khloe Isabella

12:10- 12:30 | Dala Dance Company

12:35- 1:30 | Nkosi

1:45- 2:15 | Glaser / Speights Duo

2:30- 3:30 | Bob Marston

3:45 – 4:15 | Kamál Akeem

Stage Coordinator: Sycamore Toffel


Performer Descriptions

Alabama School of Fine Arts – Jazz Ensemble

  • The Alabama School of Fine Arts Jazz Ensemble, directed by Robert Janssen, is made up of talented 7-12 grade students who attend ASFA. ASFA is a tuition free public school located in the heart of downtown Birmingham. The ASFA jazz ensemble has performed throughout Birmingham and Alabama as well as New York City, Disney World and New Orleans. For more information go to or check us out on youtube.


  • Cheyloe is an alt-country singer/songwriter from Birmingham, AL. She has loved the craft of songwriting and verse for a long time, memorizing poems and writing her own little songs from as early as the age of 9. Cheyloe is a member of the Bluebird Cafe’s Sunday Night Writer’s Nights family and has been performing live since she was 15 years old. Whether with her band (Cheyloe and her Sleepless Knights) or solo acoustic, Cheyloe offers not stories, but snapshots from her own life as well as lives she’s never lived. Maybe you will see yourself in them, too.

Dala Dance Company – Tribal Belly Dance

  • Dala Dance Company, Directed by Liz Malcom, is a community collective that teaches and performs FatChanceBellyDance® Style Bellydance in Birmingham, Alabama. We are a very supportive and caring community of women who strive to encourage and empower each other through dance.

M.U.A.D. (modular Units of the Analog Domain) – Electronic

  • Analog synthesizer duo based in Birmingham, Alabama. We live to sequence.