Burlesque is an amazing medium with a rich history that bred some of the most influential performers in history. Our mission is to develop dedicated, talented, and well-rounded members and promote awareness of the group and N2 The Woods Productions. We are dedicated to becoming the best organization that we can that holds our purpose and mission close to our hearts. Through commitment and determination we will succeed beyond our means and make our team one that is meaningful, respected, and will flourish.
We have hosted shows that have packed out Barking Legs Theatre and are now looking to expand our horizons and perform at local bars, restaurants, and corporate events.
What makes this group so desirable is our versatility, we perform everything from pop to country with the added delight of live dancing and powerful vocals. We are beautiful, talented, and dynamic.

​​Since 2005, Radio Cult has performed over 1000 shows including conventions, casinos, weddings, fraternity parties, corporate events and festivals as well as in ...bars, concert halls and other music venues from their hometown of Atlanta, GA all the way to Los Angeles, CA and London, UK. The members of Radio Cult LOVE to play in a band and it shows. When the band has fun, the crowd has fun and with Radio Cult the crowd really has a blast! So what are you waiting for? Check out Radio Cult today!   Radio Cult is our only band to be @ every Con Nooga since 2008!

Joel Beaver's high energy brand of retro-rock has branches in Rockabilly, Glam Rock, Power Pop, and a bit of Blues and Country music. He is an up and coming singer-songwriter and multi-talented instrumentalist. From pounding his piano like Jerry Lee, to performing his own material, Joel Beaver never leaves a crowd disappointed.

Born to a rock and roll family, the son of Rockabilly Hall of Famer Stan Beaver, Joel quickly came up in the ranks of the southeast Tennessee music scene. Joel was also a member of several well known regional bands such as Ballroom Dancing, and The Radiomen. He has also shared the stage with Max Gail(Wojo from Barney Miller), Ray Peterson, Jeff Cook(of Alabama), as well as Chattanooga legends Jimmy Tawater, Charlie Chambers, and Dalton Roberts.

TOMORROWZ END can best be described as "Christian rock done differently for the different in order to make a difference" They are from Cleveland Tennessee and played their 1st show together in November of 2015 at a local pizza parlor. Two months later they released their First Full Length Album entitled "In Between Tomorrowz 1.1" and within a years time have performed in 16 states promoting that album and getting the question out there "Where Will You Be At Tomorrowz End?". In 2017 they will be releasing their Second Full Length Album part two of a larger trilogy album entitled "In Between Tomorrowz 1.2". And in regards to the live performances and appearance of the band, TOMORROWZ END is a very visual band that provide a visual representation for each song. They do this with the hope that if an audience not only hears the lyrics but sees an image as well, that the visuals will complete the picture and the idea for each song and make the message stronger. They perform under the belief that if you can hear and can see a performance it is a better and more complete experience.



Skytown Riot

It's been a hardscrabble climb for Nashville modern rockers Skytown Riot, and while the ladder to success seems to stretch into an infinite sky sometimes, vocalist/guitarist Van Gallik, bassist Jason Fruchey, and drummer Sebastian Dunkel have settled in for the long haul.
The band launches into 2017 with Alive In The Fire, a 13-song album of rock 'n' roll urgency that defies easy categorization, a point on the map where modern rock juggernauts like 10 Years and Shinedown commingle with the darker tones of acts like My Chemical Romance and Evanescence. It's the band's most personal body of work to date, and that's saying a lot, given that the group's 2013 EP, Soul Or System, earned accolades in Alternative Press, a video premiere by Substream Magazine, and propelled the band on tour across the country.
"You can't save this," Gallik pleads on "In Dissolution,” Skytown Riot's new single — but the trio isn't trying to save modern rock. They're the sentries on the wall, lighting signal pyres to let all those who see it burn know that it's very much alive. From the funky staccato bravado of "Devil's Masquerade" to the gossamer melodies of "Paint Me The Sky”, from the foreboding dreamscapes of "One Day" to the upbeat, heavily grooving “In The Grey" –– Alive In The Fire is a record that demands the volume knob be turned up and broken off.
As sonically powerful as their new record is, it's a whole different level to experience the band live. Gallik, Fruchey, and Dunkel still feel it every time they get on stage – the energy from a seething crowd of screaming fans. "That's where the release is," Gallik adds. “We find comfort in very few places that we would really call home, and being on the stage, big or small, is definitely one of those places. We love playing to people who come out to escape their realities, because that's exactly what we're doing as well."