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Don Conoscenti

Don Conoscenti began his music profession playing rock and roll & move and later on earned acclaim like a jazz guitarist. But he’s most widely known for powerful acoustic folk shows characterized by an exclusive usage of multiple and incomplete capos along with a wide-ranging instrumental skills which includes six …

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Jake Armerding

Vocalist and songwriter Jake Armerding pulls on an abundance of affects in his music — modern folk, progressive bluegrass, basic folk-rock from the ’60s, and vocalist/songwriters from the ’70s and ’80s — but he prefers to classify his music in a straightforward fashion: great. “We’re choosing great,” he says. “Great …

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Bill Morrissey

From the mid-’80s, Expenses Morrissey released some albums of first tracks that startled and delighted the next he developed touring across the Northeast. By his second LP, North, he’d been found from the Philo department of Rounder Information. Morrissey sang inside a remarkably flexible, deep tone of voice (somewhat similar …

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Bob Franke

Bob Franke’s programs to become priest were altered by his decision to become vocalist/songwriter. But, within the years since, Franke’s tunes have continuing to reveal his deep-rooted religious commitments. While his acoustic melodies and poetic lyricism are linked with the vocalist/songwriter custom, his usage of Biblical imagery and Christian level …

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Pierce Pettis

You know there is a shot when Joan Baez covers among your songs. That’s what sparked the profession of Alabama singer-songwriter Pierce Pettis in 1979 when Baez thought we would include “Melody by the end from the Movie” on her behalf Honest Lullaby. Following that, Pettis was associated with the …

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Terry Radigan

Although Terry Radigan lives in Nashville and it has written tunes for country-pop artists like Patty Loveless and Tricia Yearwood, the singer/songwriter is not a nation artist by itself and has even more of a pop/rock and roll orientation. Radigan’s personal recordings possess a moody, interesting quality; barely a belter, …

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Patty Larkin

Boston-based folk artist Patty Larkin is really a skilled singer/songwriter and guitarist with a big New England subsequent. She considers herself a musical adventurer and really wants to create songs made to request audiences to talk about her journeys. She started recording within the middle-’80s for Philo Information and each …

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Brooks Williams

Folk-blues guitarist and vocalist Brooks Williams is really as adept taking part in traditional blues while he is performing his own modern folk tunes. His voice continues to be endlessly in comparison to Wayne Taylor’s yet his exclusive renderings of self-penned and blues classics on acoustic guitar make him a …

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Sean McConnell

A rootsy singer/songwriter known for his passionate but down-to-earth strategy, Sean McConnell was created in Massachusetts, where his parents were both music artists who played frequently around the Boston folk circuit. At age group 11, McConnell and his family members relocated to Georgia, and Sean started teaching himself to try …

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Peter Keane

Peter Keane produced a name for himself in the competitive Boston folk and blues coffeehouse picture within the 1980s and began his saving profession in 1992. Keane’s produces consist of 1992’s The Goodnight Blues and Walkin’ Around, a 1996 Traveling Fish Records discharge made by his modern, Boston-based vocalist/songwriter and …

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