($12)

American Songwriter Magazine says: “Fowler shows the same mastery of earnest, strummy, songcraft as established artists like Damien Rice and Ben Howard.”

($15)

Pretend Friend is tight, right, genre-defying progressive bluegrass out of Wichita, Kansas and sounds like the quick-pickin’ offspring of Robert Plant and the Stanley Brothers, and their performances are loaded with improv jams and harmonies.

($10)

“A delicious collection of alt-pop” (HuffPost); “inviting and enchanting, warming the soul” (Music-News.com); while “showcasing a melodic vein of pop that recalls Brian Wilson” (Obscure Sound).

($25)

This is a “Limited-Seating Event”- “Island-infused drum n’ bass gospel ninja soul” – or described as soulful rhythm and blues, with flavors of Al Green, Taj Mahal and Stevie Wonder emerging in the swells, changes and modulations of the music.

(FREE Concert - tips are encouraged)

“A smoky tenor that exudes confidence and authority… & a smooth command of the difficult finger-picking style …weaves his own tunes flawlessly together with folk-revival classics” – New Haven Advocate

($25 - likely to sell out)

This is a “Limited-Seating Event”- “Island-infused drum n’ bass gospel ninja soul” – or described as soulful rhythm and blues, with flavors of Al Green, Taj Mahal and Stevie Wonder emerging in the swells, changes and modulations of the music.

(FREE Concert - tips are encouraged)

“A smoky tenor that exudes confidence and authority… & a smooth command of the difficult finger-picking style …weaves his own tunes flawlessly together with folk-revival classics” – New Haven Advocate

($12 advance/$15 day of show )

Stillhouse Junkies play a delirious, head-spinning mixture of original roots, blues, funk, swing, and bluegrass music. “…solid musicianship and skilled playing… the result is a sound both laid back and loose, tight and refined.” – KDUR...

($10)

Described as a “woozy tribute to coming-of-age”, Olivia Ellen Lloyd’s debut album Loose Cannon drew comparisons to John Prine (Rolling Stone Country) , and praise for its “personal and heartfelt” (Highway Queens) themes.

($12)

O’Connor Lee (Kate Lee & Forrest O’Connor) earned national recognition as co-lead singers & songwriters of the O’Connor Band – writing the majority of the band’s first album, Coming Home, which debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top Bluegrass Albums...