2005

Michael Hurley

Michael Hurley is one of the last old-time American troubadours.  His range encompasses mountain music, folk, blues, bluegrass, boogie woogie and early rock ‘n’ roll. His playing

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Holly Williams

Does the surname seem familiar? It’s true: Hank is her grandfather, Hank Junior her dad, Hank III her half-brother but Holly Williams is fully her

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Preston Reed

Preston Reed is a guitarist of many parts – so many parts that when he brings them all into play, first-time listeners often find it

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Carolyn Mark

Carolyn Mark is a consummate entertainer with a wry stage banter, up til now  perhaps better known as part of the Corn Sisters with Neko Case.

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Jesse DeNatale

Jesse DeNatale  is equal parts romantic bard, boxcar storyteller and late-night barroom balladeer. Now Jesse is bringing his compassionate and hauntingly soulful music to a

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Micah P Hinson

With his old friends from Texas , the Earlies, Michah recorded his debut album with lush strings, beautiful keyboards and eerie backdrop harmonised perfectly with Micah’s

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Ben Weaver Band

Ben spins eerily comforting Northern Gothic yarns, stuck with pitchforks and tinged with black humour. His way with words makes his vivid Americana noir storylines jump

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Eliza Gilkyson

The daughter of successful songwriter Terry Gilkyson, Eliza is a third generation musician who grew up in LA. It’s folk-roots music for the 21st century befitting

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The Czars

The Czars rise above musical fads and trends in their search for something richer and more enduring. John Grant leads the quest, his rich baritone voice

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Entrance

Entrance is the public title for the music of Guy Blakeslee , a 22-year-old guitarist, singer and prolific songwriter from .  Blakeslee delves into pre-war blues, folk,

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The Hacienda Bros

The Hacienda Bros are fronted by two living legends, Dave Gonzalez and Chris Gaffney. Gonzalez is the singer, songwriter and guitar slinger from  long-running roadhouse rocking blues

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Two Cow Garage

Two Cow Garage hail from Columbus, Ohio . Among many locals, Columbus is known as “Cowtown.” Like their musical cousins, Slobberbone and The Drive-By Truckers, every show is

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