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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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Their marriage of youthful energy mixed with thought provoking lyricism establishes a unique landscape in today’s alternative rock scene.

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Pittsburgh-based Bastard Bearded Irishmen is one of the most entertaining and energetic live shows today. Their sound is an original, ferocious blend of traditional and contemporary Celtic music, mixed with punk, gypsy and high-energy rock n’ roll.

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His windmill rhythmic guitar style is reminiscent of Ritchie Havens and his deep room filling voice summons Mark Sandman. Breaking away from the typical “jersey shore” musician, his shows reflect his eclectic taste and warm style.

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Steeped in rock, folk and blues, this collection of Tucker County’s best musicians serves up a funky new brew.

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His windmill rhythmic guitar style is reminiscent of Ritchie Havens and his deep room filling voice summons Mark Sandman. Breaking away from the typical “jersey shore” musician, his shows reflect his eclectic taste and warm style.

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The Gage Brothers started in 2014 when two brothers, Ben and Zach Gage, spent an afternoon kicking around old folk songs and singing harmonies. From there the group evolved naturally and quickly. They create an energy that draws you in and leaves you wanting more.

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“… a strange mix of a band, and with their absurdity lies their charm. Varied percussion, bright pianos, scratchy guitars, scattered horn sections, & group harmonies give their dancey tunes a distinct bohemian vibe, and their raw sound gives them something...

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