(Free!)

Izzy’s songs are unmistakably his own, with a strong emphasis on the nuanced dynamics of his voice. With complex melodies and playful wordplay, Izzy’s work sounds unlike anything you’ve heard before but is still guaranteed to get stuck in your head.

($8)

Geraldine’s mantra is ‘Good Time Old Time’. They are a country-leaning string band bringing songwriting to the forefront, while blending elements of old time, American folk, bluegrass, and alternative country in a distinctive, enthusiastic sound.

($10)

In a performance that is something more akin to concert music, Rakish explores tunes and songs from Irish and American folk traditions in a way that reflects their shared interest in and love for chamber music and jazz.

($10)

Folkfaces has an irresistibly danceable energy and a unique versatility, being able to engage a crowd whether busking on the street, playing in a small barroom, or putting on a full electric show at a large music venue.

($12)

Incredibly fast, dynamic Drum rhythms keep your feet moving while the overall sound holds you in a dreamlike trance. Electric guitars and Rock themes interweave so that the mood, and the room, can be trance-formed immediately and without warning.

($8)

The Mudhouse name is derived from bluesmen Muddy Waters and Son House and references the combined elements of Blues, Rock, Jazz & Folk music.

(Free!)

The Woodsheep encompass the growing culture of the mountains by tangling their own roots with those of the past. Tradition is ongoing and ever changing, and The Woodsheep hope to join you in forging it together.

(Free!)

She is able to form an empathic bond with her listeners, weaving intimacy and connection from the strings of her guitar and the soul in her words.

($12 Adv/$15 Day of show)

Mo’ Mojo is a hard driving, high energy, Zydeco-based “Party-Gras” Band. Mo’ Mojo takes Zydeco music and infuses it with Americana, Cajun, reggae, rock & roll, funk, R&B, and African and Latin rhythms.