East Coast coming to SWMO? Honest Music Alliance moving near Branson Landing

Tessa and Kyle Reidy, from a photo shoot for their band Loops & Stars.

Tessa and Kyle Reidy, from a photo shoot for their band Loops & Stars.

We recently got an intriguing email about the relocation of Kyle and Tessa Reidy, owners of The Honest Music Alliance, which is currently based in Raleigh, North Carolina. It seems Mr. Reidy is originally from Harrison, Arkansas and wants to be closer to his original home, and he’s bringing his PR company (Honest Music Alliance), record label (Ring Road Records), bands (Mar and Loops & Stars) and a proposed music venue with him… to Branson.


What’s Branson got on Springfield’s music scene, DeRosh? The attraction of Branson, according to HMA representative Robbie Brown, is the relative lack of dedicated, non-theater music venues in the area. Their hope, meanwhile, is to work with musicians throughout the region. Reidy does bring some credentials, too, having worked in the past with members of Sigur Ros (Mar recorded in their studio in Iceland), Mates of State, Imogen Heap and Bright Eyes. Plans for the venue, which the Reidys want to locate just outside of Branson Landing, are still in their infancy, but the record company and PR group want to begin networking with artists and technicians throughout Southwest Missouri (this includes you, Springfield) as the Reidys will be moving in August. Those interested in learning more, or just making contact, can reach either entity at TheHonestMusicAlliance@gmail.com.


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