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The organic sound of voices, a guitar, mandolin, and upright bass matches the miles and miles of rolling hills that hide centuries of musical tradition.

($10)

Like the dark earth of his Iowa origins, Chad Elliott’s life has served as fertile ground for music. Elliott has turned love, loss, fatherhood, divorce and homelessness into lyrics.

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His sound is like if Bob Dylan, Jack Johnson, Bob Marley, and The Avett Brothers were fuzed together in a freak nuclear accident and then wrote a song. Bob is a story teller for those in need of tale.

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“It’s almost freakish how good she sings. I watched her and it was hard to process that it was actually coming out of her mouth.” Joe Michelini, River City Extension.

($12)

Though they operate with the instrumentation of a bluegrass band, The Railsplitters are making music totally unlimited by tradition. This is music for the open road, the open dance floor, and open ears–music of the American West, made for all.

($7 Late Show)

For fans of Yes Alexander – East meets West; organic meets electronic; ethereal melodies flow through industrial textures, emerging from diametric life experiences and observations.

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“It’s almost freakish how good she sings. I watched her and it was hard to process that it was actually coming out of her mouth.” Joe Michelini, River City Extension.

(Free!)

His sound is like if Bob Dylan, Jack Johnson, Bob Marley, and The Avett Brothers were fuzed together in a freak nuclear accident and then wrote a song. Bob is a story teller for those in need of tale.

($12)

“This young man is pure talent, a masterful blues guitarist, a singer with some swing in his voice and a writer whose (songs) sound less composed than unleashed.” – Austin American-Statesman …brilliantly nuanced vocals as natural, clear, sharp, &...

($10)

employing singing as a healing, textural experience in which audiences may wander, ponder, or simply be. Her vocal style has been noted for its clipped, glottal beauty.