MOVE’s picks for the best songs by local musicians
Listen to our local music playlist that has something for everyone.
As the fourth-largest city in Missouri, Columbia has no shortage of pizza restaurants or college students. There is also no shortage of local musicians who perform at pizza restaurants for college students. Many of these artists aren’t big name acts; they are simply musicians who call Columbia home.
From rap and rock to folk and punk, these local musicians span every genre and offer something for each music fan. The following nine songs, however, are MOVE’s take on the best of what Columbia’s music scene has to offer. The Motel Brothers top off my list with their acoustic hip-hop, Fuego Bentley’s “Trill Waves” provides a chill track to listen to in the middle, and Jenny Teator & the Fevers wrap it up with their soulful piece.
If you’d like to keep up to date with Columbia’s music scene, check out the CoMo Local Music Collective group on Facebook.
“I Want You to Know (feat. Connor Kraus)” by The Motel Brothers
“Chill” by Residual Kid
“Love Me Dearly” by Ray Wild
“Ain’t That Something” by NicDanger
“She’s a Lady” by Mangosteen
“Trill Waves” by Fuego Bentley
“Girl I Know” by The Flood Brothers
“One Thing” by The Blue Hearts Club
“Give Me a Sign” by Jenny Teator & the Fevers