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Hiss Golden Messenger

A car for singer/songwriter Michael Taylor (M.C. Taylor) and multi-instrumentalist and saving engineer Scott Hirsch, Hiss Fantastic Messenger’s fusion of traditional rock and roll, folk-pop, and sparse blues in a variety of guises has noticed Taylor set alongside the likes of lo-fi legends Bonnie “Prince” Billy and Costs Callahan. Delivered …

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Michael Beauchamp

Before making his debut like a single designer, Michael Beauchamp supported and collaborated with several Americana-tinged indie acts located in Southeast Michigan, including Chris Bathgate, Breathe Owl Breathe, as well as the Ambitious Brothers. Beauchamp got mixed up in Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti indie picture while he was students in the College …

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Turnpike Troubadours

A gritty, country-leaning origins rock band away of eastern Oklahoma, Turnpike Troubadours at their finest synthesize the populist, political folk of Woody Guthrie as well as the outlaw-styled honky tonk of Waylon Jennings with dosages of bluegrass, Cajun, and straight-out rock and roll dynamics. Fronted by vocalist and guitarist Evan …

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Mark Holt

Idaho siblings Tag Holt & Kimberlee Holt Tully weave bluegrass, Americana, folk, and other acoustic noises to their music, but at their primary, they’re cowboy music revivalists. While their materials isn’t all genuine cowboy tracks, the sibling and sister provide nation and pop specifications in to the cowboy globe through …

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D. Charles Speer

Vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist D. Charles Speer may be the followed moniker of Dave Shuford, an associate from the infamous No-Neck Blues Music group from Brooklyn, NY. He writes root base Americana songs in the weird aspect of American lifestyle, causing the past, representing today’s, and predicting the near future …

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Josh Abbott Band

A contemporary nation act from Lubbock, Texas, the Josh Abbott Music group put today’s spin on traditional Lone Star sounds, led by Abbott’s tunes that mix a traditionalist sentimentalism having a 21st century feel for the Sunday night time party. Abbott was students at Texas Technology when he 1st picked …

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Lux Land

Although known in a few circles simply because the wife of Verve Tube frontman Brian Vander Ark, Lux Property can be a gifted songwriter in her very own correct, a folk musician who pulls upon her North California roots to generate wistful, melancholic music. Delivered and raised in the Western …

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The Maldives

Probably one of the most promising rings for the Pacific Northwest’s root base rock picture, the Maldives are an expansive nine-piece music group whose music recalls the mature and graceful storytelling from the Band as well as the rougher, more forceful strike of alt-country works like the Aged 97’s as …

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The Giving Tree Band

Although formed in Yorkville, IL — a little midwestern town located 40 kilometers western of Chicago — the Offering Tree Band took its cues from bluegrass, folk, Americana, and additional southern customs. Brothers Todd and Eric Fink released the group in 2004, having previously performed together in a number of …

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The Farewell Drifters

When the Farewell Drifters formed, the theory was to graft bluegrass instrumentation and energy to Beach Boys-styled studio room pop, or at least aim for the reason that direction, as well as the band has virtually performed that, putting them in the Fleet Foxes/Mumford & Sons/Avett Brothers neo-folk-rock corner from …

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