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Gregory Alan Isakov

Vocalist/songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov was created in Johannesburg, South Africa and raised in Philadelphia, Pa, where he began touring having a music group at age 16 before eventually relocating to Colorado to hone his chops like a single artist. Influenced from the rural blue-collar lyricism of performers like Bruce Springsteen, …

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David Berkeley

Vocalist/songwriter David Berkeley stations the earthy nature of Donovan, Nick Drake, and Elliott Smith along with his fusion of finger-plucked acoustic guitar ballads and tastefully arranged pop/rock and roll. After establishing store in Brooklyn, Berkeley produced his appropriate debut in 2002 using the Confluence, accompanied by a string of produces …

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Ryan Cabrera

Guitarist, songwriter, and Tx local Ryan Cabrera never planned on a profession in music. His hobby converted into a enthusiasm after hearing Dave Matthews, leading to him to carefully turn his back again on the loud punk rock and roll of his high-school music group, Caine, and grab an classical …

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Yo La Tengo

Yo La Tengo are in lots of respects the quintessential critics’ music group: furthermore with their adventurous eclecticism, defiant self-reliance, and restless creative ambition — three characteristics that virtually assurance music press acclaim — the group’s frontman, Ira Kaplan, actually tenured like a rock and roll scribe ahead of finding …

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Hobart Smith

Probably one of the most sadly overlooked experts of Appalachian folk music, Hobart Smith may possibly not be well known outside of those that happened to either see him in a ’60s folk event or the nascent folkies who have been directly influenced by his traveling, energetic banjo and acoustic …

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Dave Alvin

Dave Alvin helped to kick-start the American origins rock and roll scene in the first ’80s using the music group the Blasters, and it has since gone to a career being a single performer, songwriter, manufacturer, and sideman which has been as well reputed as it is certainly eclectic. Delivered …

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William Elliott Whitmore

Using a voice that appears like the reincarnation of a vintage gospel preacher in the 1920s along with a desire for sin, death, and redemption to complement, William Elliott Whitmore is among the most unique artists to emerge over the Americana scene in years. The kid of the farmer, Whitmore …

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The Narrator

Using the careless charm of the shaggy dog and an apathetic but enthusiastic attitude, the Narrator embrace the raw aesthetics of great indie rockers; rather than trying to end up being groundbreaking, they play reckless, straightforward rock and roll. While their will and get are honest, their tone is certainly …

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Wolfstone

During the period of nine years, Wolfstone dragged Scottish music — occasionally kicking and screaming, but often quite loudly — in to the globe of rock. These were noisy and very pleased and moved Seattle’s grunge ethic in the Pacific Northwest towards the Highlands, putting it on to both traditional …

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Priscilla Herdman

As opposed to a lot of her contemporaries in folk music, Priscilla Herdman is basically an interpretive singer within the tradition of Joan Baez and Judy Collins, rather than singer/songwriter. She’s defined herself as “a songfinder and interpreter of other’s music,” adding, “Section of my storyfinding work is to discover …

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