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John Gorka

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Godfrey Daniels is one of the oldest and most venerable music institutions in eastern Pennsylvania. A small neighborhood coffeehouse and listening room, it has long been a hangout for music lovers and aspiring musicians, and in the late 1970s, one of these was a young Moravian College student named John Gorka. Rolling Stone called him the preeminent male singer/songwriter of... read full bio

John Hammond

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John Hammond began playing guitar in high school and now he is an award winning American blues guitarist and singer. John Hammond is more known for his acoustic style, playing with his National Reso-Phonic Guitars and singing barrelhouse style. Hammond has produced 34 albums with vanguard Records, then in the 1990s he began recording with the Point Blank Record label.... read full bio

John Nilsen

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Pianist, guitarist, songwriter and recording artist, John Nilsen, is one of the most successful recording artists in the Northwest. With CD sales approaching one million copies, Nilsen can be seen performing his original instrumental pieces of jazz, classical, folk and rock throughout the United States and elsewhere in the world. John has toured throughout the USA, in Europe and Asia.... read full bio

John Prine

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After being discovered by Kris Kristofferson, John Prine emerged in 1971, with a highly-acclaimed self-titled debut album which included his signature songs Illegal Smile and Sam Stone. Later albums included Sweet Revenge and Common Sense. The latter album was Prines first to be charted in the U.S. top 100 by Billboard, reflecting growing commercial success. Many veteran Prine fans view... read full bio

John Sebastian

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Over four decades the contributions of John Sebastian have become a permanent part of our American musical fabric. His group The Lovin' Spoonful played a major role in the mid-'60s rock revolution. The Lovin' Spoonful did like nobody before or since, putting their first seven singles into the Top 10. You know the songs by heart: Do You Believe In... read full bio

Johnny Cash Experience

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David Stone: The Johnny Cash Experience is a broadway caliber performance that plays predominantly to a new generation of fans too young to have known the real thing in its zenith. The David Stone: The Johnny Cash Experience will take the audience through the spectrum of the country ledgend's career. It will cover early Johnny Cash, Johnny Cash... read full bio

Johnny Rivers

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In 1964, when the British Invasion was in progress and American rockers were tough to find on the U.S. pop charts, Johnny Rivers was one of the first to regain a foothold; his first Top 10 record came right in the midst of Beatlemania. His formula was much the same as the British style vintage American rock 'n' roll and... read full bio

Johnnyswim

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There are approximately 2,000 miles between Nashville and Los Angeles. Both cities are home to JOHNNYSWIM. However, the duo's music far transcends that distance. It's easy to understand why A Prairie Home Companion declared that Abner Ramirez and Amanda Sudano Ramirez are 21st century troubadours." As JOHNNYSWIM, they embody the tradition of the well-traveled singer-songwriter while cultivating a modern style... read full bio

Jon McLaughlin

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Jon McLaughlin has been playing piano and making music since childhood. He was born and raised in Indiana, where he also attended Anderson University. With the support of the universitys record label, Oranghaus, a few friends and an old Chevy van, McLaughlin wrote and recorded music, and toured extensively throughout his college years before he was signed to Island Records.... read full bio

Jonatha Brooke

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Jonatha Brooke is an American folk/rock singer and songwriter from Massachusetts. Aside from singing, she is also a very talented guitar player. Her songs combine folk, rock, and pop with poignant lyrics and very original harmonies. Her songs have been used in many television shows and movies. In the '90's she was known as a do-it-ourself marketer because she used... read full bio

JOSEPH

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Blending their harmonious voices to compose mesmerizing melodies, Joseph consists of three sisters Allison, Meegan, and Natalie Closner. Picking their name to honor their grandfather Jo, and the small Oregon town of Joseph where they lived. While working on their first album, the group was developing a committed fan base in the most conventional ways available: visiting the... read full bio

Joshua James

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Raised in hard-bitten Nebraska, Joshua James work reflects a distinctly American ache, a yearning for a big sky and an open road. He has toured with David Gray, Ben Harper, Blues Travelers, Third Eye Blind, Delta Rae, Ani DiFranco, Swell Season, and Matt Nathanson. His first two albums, The Sun Is Always Brighter and Build Me This, topped the year-end... read full bio

Joshua Radin

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Joshua Radin, an old-school tunesmith and lyrical craftsman who forgoes technical gimmickry, received rave reviews on his recently-released debut album We Were Here, out on Columbia Records. Featured in Elle Magazine and drawing a four star review from Rolling Stone, his music has been compared to that of Simon and Garfunkel, Nick Drake and contemporizes like Ray Lamontagne. Some... read full bio

Joules Graves

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Raw, beautiful, and wildJoules Graves music is vibrant and deep, with a natural folk wisdom. She uses drums, guitar and sometimes just her voice. She was born in Missouri, and eventually came to live in Washington. This is where Joules Graves developed her own voice, and taught herself to play guitar, living in a cabin out in the woods. She... read full bio

Judah & The Lion

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Judah & the Lion is a folk band with its roots planted in Nashville, TN. Their music comes from many influences that cumulates in a blend of folk instruments, played with fresh musicianship and powerful vocal harmonies. Lead singer Judah Akers, banjo player Nate Zuercher, and mandolinist Brian Macdonald lead the group and are honored to play with a band... read full bio

Julie Fowlis

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Julie Fowlis is a talented singer and instrumentalist from Scotland. She is the BBC Radio 2 Folk Singer of the Year 2008 and in a few short years has taken the music scene by storm. She is somewhat of an enigma as she sings in a language only understood by around 60,000 people - which accounts for only approximately... read full bio

Kaleo

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JJ Julius Son, David Antonsson, Daniel Kristjansson, and Rubin Pollock make up the Icelandic indie pop/rock/folk band named Kaleo. The group's song Vor i vaglaskogi" earned their rise to popularity, as it was heavily featured on the Icelandic radio station Ras 2, where it also earned a spot on top of the stations Top 10. This song can be... read full bio

Karen Elson

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On her debut disc, The Ghost Who Walks, Karen Elson spins intriguingly unsettling tales of lost love, dashed hope, romantic betrayal and various crimes of passion witnessed only by the full moon. In a coolly inviting voice, strumming an acoustic guitar, she summons up a dark yet seductive atmosphere, an after-midnight world thats irresistibly alluring. The arrangements for her small... read full bio

Karla Bonoff

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Karla Bonoff is an American singer and songwriter but she is mainly known for her skills as a songwriter. Many of her songs have been turned into huge hits such as Home" by Bonnie Raitt, "Isn't It Always Love" by Lynn Anderson, and "Tell Me Why" by Wynonna Judd. She has also sang her own songs on four different full-length... read full bio

Kate Voegele

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Kate Voegele picked up a guitar at age 15 and hasn't put it down since. She has an insatiable curiosity and that curiosity is what prompted her to start writing songs. Kate wants her music to be a listener's favorite record to put on regardless of where they are and how they're feeling, because they know they'll take something away... read full bio



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