($10)

Megan’s vocals have a laid-back and quietly soulful quality; simultaneously innocent and sweetly feminine, yet haunting, wistful and deep.

(Free!)

Raised on a wide spread of music — Ellen Starski shows her full range as a writer, vocalist, and storyteller with The Days When Peonies Prayed for the Ants.

($20)

For more than 20 years, Toronto’s Enter The Haggis has been bringing a rock edge to contemporary celtic music by effortlessly melding bagpipes and fiddles with classic rock n’ roll instrumentation and AAA-friendly vocals.

(Free!)

Raised on a wide spread of music — Ellen Starski shows her full range as a writer, vocalist, and storyteller with The Days When Peonies Prayed for the Ants.

($12 adv/$15 day of show)

“…True to the roots of early country, bristles with the energy of the very best young American performers.” – Sing Out!

($10)

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.

(Free!)

Megan’s background as an environmental educator, traveling farmhand, and vagabond once took her into a desert wilderness where she first found her voice around a campfire. That intimacy around a campfire emerges through in her music as a slice of Americana for...

($10)

Gentleman Brawlers, a Brooklyn 6-Piece, are psychedelic Afro-soul revivalists known for their spooky, stylized tunes drenched in analog tape echo and spring reverb.

(Free!)

Megan’s background as an environmental educator, traveling farmhand, and vagabond once took her into a desert wilderness where she first found her voice around a campfire. That intimacy around a campfire emerges through in her music as a slice of Americana for...

($8)

West King String Band draws from countless genres of music to create a unique homegrown sound they call ‘blues-grass’.