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With a foundation in old-time and celtic music, The Elk River Ramblers also branch out into bluegrass, klezmer, and contemporary pop.

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“By incorporating the playfulness of ragtime, the virtuosic skills behind bluegrass, and the sepia-toned aesthetic of classic Americana, Kupfer sounds fresh and manages to avoid complacency. He has a distinctive approach and his arrangements are still inventive...

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One of Rolling Stone’s “10 New Artists You Need To Know. Modern-day Buddy Holly plus Dwight Yoakam divided by the Mavericks. Think soulful lyrics paired with a beat you can dance to.”

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With a foundation in old-time and celtic music, The Elk River Ramblers also branch out into bluegrass, klezmer, and contemporary pop.

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“By incorporating the playfulness of ragtime, the virtuosic skills behind bluegrass, and the sepia-toned aesthetic of classic Americana, Kupfer sounds fresh and manages to avoid complacency. He has a distinctive approach and his arrangements are still inventive...

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Yes Alexander’s insatiable hunger for music has provided an array of intoxicating melodies that collide with hip hop, synth pop, rock, trip hop and folk. She has worked with Blue Sky Black Death, Sadistik (Russian Roulette), Jay Battle (Lokhartmusic.com) and Vinnie...

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“Blue Yonder lives where classic country music meets western swing, a honky-tonk beat meets a beautiful ballad, and red hot country jazz guitar licks meet cool blue yodel vocals.” — Larry Groce, Mountain Stage

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Jesse Hunter is a singer-songwriter from Omaha Nebraska. Growing up in a military family, Jesse moved around in his younger days which exposed him to many different cultures and musical styles.

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Rench is an Emmy nominated, billboard charting musician and producer based in Brooklyn. He has been combining country and hip-hop sounds for more than a decade, including solo material and projects like Gangstagrass.

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Jesse Hunter is a singer-songwriter from Omaha Nebraska. Growing up in a military family, Jesse moved around in his younger days which exposed him to many different cultures and musical styles.