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HONEYHONEY

Honeyhoney may be the jazzy, twangy, rollicking cooperation between vocalist Suzanne Santo and guitarist Ben Jaffe. Ahead of becoming a member of the duo, Jaffe documented music for Television and film; then fulfilled Santo (an celebrity whose réamounté included stints on Legislation & Purchase and Blind Justice) through a shared …

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John Fullbright

Given birth to and raised in Okemah, Oklahoma, vocalist/songwriter John Fullbright was barely out of senior high school when he began using the celebration circuit. Raised in the music of hometown hero Woody Guthrie and steeped in the wealthy Americana artistry of genre-hopping mavericks like Townes Truck Zandt, Randy Newman, …

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The Dead Trees

Originally hailing from Boston, MA, the Deceased Trees and shrubs combine alt-country strains having a back-to-basics method of rock & roll. The music group formed in Dec 2006, when longtime close friends Matthew Borg (acoustic guitar), Noah Rubin (drums), Tad Dahlhoff (bass), and Michael Ian Cummings (vocals/acoustic guitar) convened to …

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Damion Suomi

Florida-based singer/songwriter Damion Suomi (pronounced “sue-me”) crafts elegant, drink-fueled lamentations and explosive, midtempo rockers with 1 ear cocked toward the dusty world of choice country as well as the various other bent toward the Irish tradition. Suomi spent quite a few years in his indigenous Cocoa Beach filling up time …

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Andy Shauf

Singer/songwriter Andy Shauf’s dark, rustic stories from the Canadian prairie mix folk with sophisticated pop, reflecting his upbringing in Regina, Saskatchewan. He became thinking about music as an adolescent, teaching himself acoustic guitar, drums, piano, and some other devices he found. The tunes he published and documented in his parents’ …

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Joker’s Daughter

The atmospheric folk-pop outfit Joker’s Daughter is a collaboration between English-by-way-of Greece singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Helena Costas and genre-bending hip-hop artist/producer Danger Mouse (Gnarls Barkley, Danger Doom, DM & Jemini). Costas, who started her musical profession on violin, crafts elegant pop tracks that attract on from mythology to meals to past due-’60s/early-’70s …

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Little Joy

Formed throughout the talents of Rodrigo Amarante (singer/guitarist from Brazilian indie rock and roll outfit Los Hermanos), Fabrizio Moretti (drummer for the Strokes), and Binki Shapiro (a Los Angeles-based singer), Small Joy found fruition after an opportunity encounter between Amarante and Moretti at a festival in Lisbon, Portugal. Moretti, Shapiro, …

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Doug Paisley

Nation singer/songwriter/guitarist Doug Paisley was created, and is situated, in Toronto, Canada. He was especially drawn to bluegrass and old-time nation music, which he performed for ten years with partner Chuck Erlichman. Both performed collectively as Russian Books so that as the tribute take action Stanley Brothers: A Caring Tribute, …

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Hayley Sales

Offering a distaff version from the easygoing, sun-and-surf folk-rock of Jack port Johnson or Ben Harper, Hayley Sales also prices comparison to more musically expansive alternative folkies like Erin McKeown as well as Suzanne Vega. The girl of a documenting engineer, Hayley Product sales was created in Washington, D.C., and …

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DM Stith

Given birth to in Buffalo, NY, singer/songwriter David Stith spent his formative years encircled by music. The child of a university wind ensemble/chapel movie director and pianist mom with a set of opera-singing sisters, Stith started his personal music profession after an extended affair with composing, illustration, and graphical design. …

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