($20 )

Cracker has been described as a lot of things over the years: alt-rock, Americana, insurgent-country, and have even had the terms punk and classic-rock thrown at them. But more than anything Cracker are survivors.

(Free!)

* 2013 Kerrville New Folk Finalist * 2013 Best New Artist – Radio Crystal Blue, Philadelphia, PA Described by Buffalo News critic Jeff Miers as having “a journalist’s eye for detail and poet’s ear for the well-turned observation”.

(Free!)

Over the years, Steve has broadened his musical vocabulary to incorporate Chet Atkins-style guitarwork, Jazz chordal flavoring, and the sensitivity of Spanish/Classical guitar, something he picked up recently while living in Baltimore.

($10)

Now, with the wisdom of hindsight, the band is back and focused, with a passion for sharing what they’ve learned: that on the other side of disorder lies a new sense of beauty.”

(Free!)

* 2013 Kerrville New Folk Finalist * 2013 Best New Artist – Radio Crystal Blue, Philadelphia, PA Described by Buffalo News critic Jeff Miers as having “a journalist’s eye for detail and poet’s ear for the well-turned observation”.

(Free!)

Over the years, Steve has broadened his musical vocabulary to incorporate Chet Atkins-style guitarwork, Jazz chordal flavoring, and the sensitivity of Spanish/Classical guitar, something he picked up recently while living in Baltimore.

($8)

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

($7)

Rock, served medium-rare, smothered in warm groove and shuffle butter. Side of fully loaded blues and fresh jams.

($12)

Their repertoire is a mix of original and traditional Quebecois pieces that reveal gorgeous vocal, instrumental, and rhythmic prowess.

($10)

Born of a need to write and perform original music across multiple genres you’ll find them moving seamlessly from folk, to bluegrass, to blues, to doo wop, to piano ballads, to you name it.