Q: Where did you grow up? 

A: Minnesota! As a result I possess a good amount of lumberjack like qualities


Q: How long does it take you to get ready to go out?

A: I can be ready to go in probably under 5 minutes if needed. Brushing your teeth in the shower with one hand while scrubbing with the other is a big time saver.


Q: Do you have and special talents?

A: Juggling, getting ready fast.


Q: Who are a few of your main musical influences?

A: Vince Gill, Tom Petty


Q: What are some of your favorite TV shows?

A: Rick & Morty is currently at the top of the list. Some other favorites were Breaking Bad, Black Mirror, and New Girl.

Jonathan Krentz



Lead Vocalist

Q: Where did you grow up?
A: Assumption, IL

Q: Special Talents?
A: I can sing a song backwards...just discovered this talent a few months ago!

Q: If you could have one food for the reset of your life, what would it be?
A: Hit me with unlimited Cheez-Its and Pepsi and I'm good

Q: How's your cooking?
A: Non-existent

Q: Musical Influences?
A: Lori McKenna, Tom Petty, Kacey Musgraves, Carole King, Celine Dion, Will Hoge, Brandi Carlile, Grace Potter 

Channing Marie
Tyler Kloewer


Q: If you had to eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be?
A: Tacos. All Day. Everyday.

Q: First Concert?
A: Motley Crue

Q: What was your first job?
A: A plumber for Kloewer Plumbing & Heating

Q: How's your cooking?
A: My cooking is phenomenal but I can only cook 2 things.. tacos and ramen 

Q: First CD you ever bought?
A: Britney Spears "...Baby One More Time"


Q: How is my cooking?
A: Filled with rice

Q: First concert I saw
A: The White Stripes (with opening act Whirlwind Heat)

Q: Favorite Movies
A: There Will Be Blood, Ten Commandments, Kentucky Fried Movie, Glengarry Glen Ross, Swimming to Cambodia

Q: Last book I read
A: The Sun Also Rises

Q: Favorite animal
A: The Walrus

Eric Clifford


Americana quartet, Lake & Lyndale have been paving a path of their own. The group (singer Channing Marie, guitarist Jonathan Krentz, bassist Eric Clifford, and drummer Tyler Kloewer) moved to Nashville a few years back from MN, where their name comes from. The band, noted for live shows and acclaimed singles, “There’s a Weight” and “Still Here” found themselves limited like everyone in the pandemic; kept both offstage and out of their usual studio. Doing what they could during 2020, the group decided to work on a stripped down EP, recording some songs in their truest forms. They've just release their most recent single "Worth Saving" from the EP "In the Nude Vol. 1", which is set to release June 25. With the world opening back up and live music returning to stages, you can catch the band playing several live shows around the country this summer.