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“Depending on where you come from and your experience with folk music, you may think we’re very traditional, or on the other hand, consider us a progressive act. We appreciate both ends of the spectrum and may lie on a different end on any given night.”

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“Describing their sound as ‘Like light coming through orange curtains onto an honest, stripped down and dirty wall. Soft, but with a fire of truth and energy’ – fragile yet beautiful with drops of folk, indie and articulate vocals, their music will...

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The Woodsheep encompass the growing culture of the mountains by tangling their own roots with those of the past. Tradition is ongoing and ever changing, and The Woodsheep hope to join you in forging it together.

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Black Masala’s music features a colorful mix of sounds that draw inspiration from the melodies of Eastern European brass bands, New Orleans jazz, Balkan grooves, ambient/experimental indie rock riffs, and even a hint of Appalachian twang.

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The album “The Miller Girl” explores themes of the transformational power of love and is dark, funny, and wistful by turns and features something that’s lost in a lot of modern music: innocence.

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Micah’s new album succeeds on solid writing, honest talent, ace musicianship, and hand-crafted production. It’s deeply reassuring that an old soul like Micah Scott is the artistic engine behind it.

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The Woodshedders are Dwayne Brooke on guitar and vocals, Ryan Mayo on upright bass and piano, Jesse Shultzaberger on drums, and David Van Deventer on fiddle. “We love all kinds of music, so that’s what kind we play.”

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Micah’s new album succeeds on solid writing, honest talent, ace musicianship, and hand-crafted production. It’s deeply reassuring that an old soul like Micah Scott is the artistic engine behind it.

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The album “The Miller Girl” explores themes of the transformational power of love and is dark, funny, and wistful by turns and features something that’s lost in a lot of modern music: innocence.

($10)

A gritty troubadour who takes what he needs from each style, blending and bending it to suit the needs of his songs. … reminiscent of Elvis Presley’s “Mystery Train” by way of Johnny Cash, imbued with the smoky barroom aesthetic of Tom Waits.