The Hooten Hallers are a blues, soul, and rock n' roll band from Columbia, Missouri. They are: John Randall (Guitar/ Electric Lap Steel/ Vocals), Andy Rehm (Standing Drums/ Falsetto Vocals) and Kellie Everett (Baritone & Bass Saxophones/ Harmony Vocals). Known for their raucous live shows and influenced heavily by the canon of American roots music, this hard touring band does everything in their power to bring that music to you. Since forming in 2007, they have produced a number of self-released albums, but most recently released Greetings from Welp City (2012), Chillicothe Fireball (2014), and Mountain of Pain (2016) on Big Muddy Records. With another full length release brewing for spring 2017, The Hooten Hallers have every intention of driving 'til the wheels fall off.
Leonard the Band did not set out to sound like anything or anyone in particular, we came together and forged a sound uniquely our own. Art is our outlet and we wish to share it with fans and new listeners. Being from a small town is a challenge that we embrace and has humbled our craft. We hope to share our music with anyone who is willing to listen. Our influences bleed through our music, but do not define it.