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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.

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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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“What a voice! A complete natural, something not easily found, Gracie takes command of not just the band, not just the stage, but the whole house right from the minute she starts in, sheer confidence and talent oozing out seductively.” – Folk and...

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“What a voice! A complete natural, something not easily found, Gracie takes command of not just the band, not just the stage, but the whole house right from the minute she starts in, sheer confidence and talent oozing out seductively.” – Folk and...

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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!

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Making whimsical surf-pop may seem like a daunting task when you live states away from the nearest beach, but guitarist / vocalist Jared Corder was determined to make the music reminiscent of his California birthplace.

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The territory The New Hip covers is broad and the compass is set by Raines, planted right in the center of the stage directing with her bass every bit as much as she’s playing it.

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Inspired by blues, country, funk and gothic music from all genres, he has gained a reputation for making dark, menacing, but morbidly humorous music, sung with a slightly gravelly bass baritone and occasionally accompanied by his partner in crime, Lani Urreta.

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Donna Frost is a true traveling troubadour, one voice, one guitar, and many stories to share in song, based on true-life experiences.

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At the center of this tight, grooving ensemble is the live-wire singing and deceptively subtle songwriting of the Jamaican-born NeeNee Rushie, a powerhouse performer who makes the audience feel like accomplices more than spectators.