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Jazzy folk, rock and soul

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Taking the stories built on an acoustic guitar and shaping them into mind-bending trips of Americana and roots-rock exploration, Kevin Hamric is nothing short of an eclectic ride into what modern mountain music can be.

($10)

A collection of hard driving, working-class anthems peppered with lyrical imagery of bars, sweat, radio stations and long drives.

($10)

This old-timey trio’s unique vocals as well as original style of folk music is topped off with tasteful songwriting skills and a charming presence on stage and record.

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tangible lyrics with music rooted in american dirt… the poetic mixes with clear snapshots of everyman in an everyday… live performances are affecting and thought provoking… “First impression on hearing the music of June Star was, Sun Volt and...

($25)

A trio of master throat singers from Tuva, a tiny republic in Central Asia. Alash remains grounded in the ancient art of throat singing developed among the nomadic herdsmen, while expanding its musical vocabulary with new ideas from the West. THIS IS A LISTENING SHOW!

($10)

MMSB has universal appeal, combining high energy with charismatic storytelling and a warm, conversational attitude.

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Hailing from the mountain towns of Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Maryland, the Jakob’s Ferry Stragglers draw freely from old-time, bluegrass, jamgrass, rockabilly, and swing music to create their own brand of high energy Appalachian Bluegrass.

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It is music for aching, for wanting, for standing too close, for staying up too late, for drinking bourbon by the fire. Like the Commonwealth from which he hails, Bowker’s sound is welcoming -a bit like coming home.

($10)

The Dirty Grass Players are an up and coming band with their own spin on bluegrass. They use traditional style vocal harmonies and mix it with a jammy improvisational feel to keep listeners on their toes.