2006

Jeffrey Foucault

His world is a landscape of ghost horses and cowboy elegies, weary lovers and leaving trains. An existential drive-in theatre where memories and icons flicker

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Deadstring Bros.

Coming from the streets of Detroit, Michigan; spawning ground of Eminem and the White Stripes- but they couldn’t be further removed musically. Think a gentler Rolling Stones,

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William Elliott Whitmore

Neo-blues crooner William Elliott Whitmore breathes fire and brimstone tales with a voice full of emotional depth that sounds decades older than he is. Hailing from a

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Gina Villalobos Band

Gina Villalobos Band has opened for artists as diverse as Frank Black, The Breeders, Mary Lou Lord and Laura Veirs. This LA singer-songwriter’s 2005 album has

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Grayson Capps & His Band

Grayson has a voice that could only have come from the New Orleansstreets he calls his “Cannery Row”. He’s a preacher, a poet, a singer, a

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Hackensaw Boys

Picture it, you’re in Kilkenny and here’s the Hackensaw Boys crammed onto a tiny stage, clustered in tight knots around three microphones, giving the show

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Elliott Brood

Elliott Brood call their music Death Country – dark, gritty folk music built around vocals and lyrics evoke images of love, loss and loss. Fans

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Swank

Vancouver-based Swank perform a genetically modified, all hoedown, alliance of punk and country styles.  It’s a mixture of guilt, guitars, gospel and guts executed with

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Robbie Fulks

Robbie Fulks is one of the more heralded talents in the alternative country movement, displaying an offbeat, often dark sense of humour. He moves effortlessly

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Alejandro Escovedo & His Band

Finally, we’re proud to present in Kilkenny No Depression magazine’s Artist of the Nineties.  Starting off as ground zero punk rock dude with the Nuns, cowpunk progenitor

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