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Frank Fairfield

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Frank Fairfield is a man who loves and lives the old time life. From the way he dresses to the way he sings and plays his guitar, he embodies the essence of depression era folk. His music consists of the fiddle, guitar and banjo while singing, hollering, and stomping his feet. Fairfield was born in Fresno, California, and now lives... read full bio

Fruit Bats

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Fruit Bats is an American rock band based out of Chicago, Illinois, comprised of members Eric D. Johnson (singer/songwriter), Sam Wagster, Ron Lewis, Graeme Gibson and Christopher Sherman. Their music inspirations include The Grateful Dead, The Byrds, The Kinks album The Village Green Preservation Society, and Supertramp. They have recently toured all across the United States with fellow rock group... read full bio

Garfunkel and Oates

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Acclaimed by the Wall Street Journal as the female Flight of the Conchords, Garfunkel and Oates is a folk-comedy duo made up of actresses/songwriters Kate Micucci and Riki Landhome. They gained popularity when one of their songs was featured in an episode of Scrubs. Garfunkel and Oates have since performed several times on television, including appearances on The Jay Leno... read full bio

George Ducas

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George Ducas is a country music artist, who has released three studio albums: George Ducas, Where I Stand, and 4340. With a craft mastered by reflections of life lessons complimented by present day maturity, Ducas returns to the country music format to voice his songs, and without exception 4340 showcases his talents to illuminate storylines with defining imagery that brings... read full bio

George Ezra

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George Ezra, the son of two teachers, is in his early twenties, but you wouldnt know it by the sound of his bluesy, baritone voice. This British youngster sounds right out of the homey south despite growing up in Bristol, England. We have Bob Dylan, Lead Belly, and Woody Guthrie to thank for that. He taught himself early on to... read full bio

Glen Hansard

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Glen Hansard is the Academy Awardwinning principal songwriter and vocalist/guitarist for Irish group The Frames and one half of folk rock duo, The Swell Season. He is also known for his acting, having appeared in the BAFTA winning film The Commitments, as well as starring in the film Once. His song, Falling Slowly", from Once, co-written with his co-star Markta... read full bio

Golem

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Golem is a six piece, Eastern European Klezmer-rock band that was formed by performer, singer, writer, dancer, linguist, pianist and accordionist Annette Ezekiel Kogan. Over the years, the New York based band has collected Jewish, Gypsy, and Slavic folk songs and became a leading translator and innovator. Today the band pushes forward into the 21st century by rewriting, adding, editing,... read full bio

Good Old War

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Indie-folk trio Good Old War has captivated countless audiences with their acoustic-driven, sing-along-inspiring live performances. With the release of their third full-length record, Come Back as Rain, the Philadelphia-based band harnesses the high-spirited simplicity that makes their shows so unforgettable. Like their 2008 debut, Only Way To Be Alone, and their 2010 self-titled sophomore effort, 2012's Come Back as Rain... read full bio

Gordon Lightfoot

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Gordon Lightfoot's music career has spanned more than 40 years, producing more than 200 recordings. He helped define the folk-pop sound of the 1960s and 1970s, influencing major recording artists, such as Bob Dylan, Gene Clark, Dan Fogelberg, Jimmy Buffett, and Jim Croce. Bob Dylan, in fact, called Lightfoot one of his favorite songwriters. In an often-quoted tribute to his... read full bio

Graham Nash

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Graham Nashs light tenor voice paired with his legendary singer-songwriter made him one of the most sought after musicians of his era. He is best known for his contributions with the British pop group The Hollies and with the folk-rock group Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Nash has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, was... read full bio

Great Big Sea

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Great Big Sea is not a band you just go and see, or a CD you just listen to. Great Big Sea is something you have to do." Lead singer Alan Doyle's description of his band might be simple, but it comes close to describing the phenomena that is Great Big Sea. Their records are renowned for drawing together disparate... read full bio

Greg Holden

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British singer-songwriter Greg Holden gained popularity with the released of his hit charity single The Lost Boy. The song was inspired by the book What is the What, about Sudanese refugees. It topped the Ditch iTunes singles chart on Christmas Day and peaked at No. 2 on the Dutch Top 40. Holden released an official music video for The Lost... read full bio

Grizzly Bear

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Grizzly Bear is an indie/folk rock band formed in Brooklyn, NY. Their music uses melody and ambiance in conjunction with hazy-eyed choruses, whistles, piano, banjo, several woodwind instruments, and vocal harmonies. Grizzly Bear began as a solo project of songwriter Edward Droste, who recorded the debut album, Horn Of Plenty, at home. Playing as a four piece allowed the complexity... read full bio

Gurrumul

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Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu is an Indigenous Australian musician. He was born blind, has never learned Braille and does not have a guide dog or use a white cane. He plays several instruments, including the drums, keyboards, guitar and didgeridoo, but it is the clarity of his singing voice that has attracted great attention. He sings stories of his homeland... read full bio

HaBanot Nechama

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Habanot Nechama is made up of three beautiful, experienced singers, Karolina , Dana Adini and Yael Deckelbaum. Habanot Nechama is a live band in the deepest sense, having built a huge and very dedicated following before ever releasing even one single. No one could possibly have predicted the enormous success HaBanot Nechama found with their eponymous debut album. The August... read full bio

Halfway To Hazard

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Halfway to Hazard are the opening words of Cold, the first song David Tolliver and Chad Warrix wrote together several years after each had put Kentucky in their rear view mirror and ended up in Music City. A pain-and-booze soaked ache for love gone cold, the geographical reference to the midway point from opposite directions to the Queen City of... read full bio

Holly Near

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Holly is one of those rare performers who is equally at ease singing in a church, at a rally, or from the stage of Carnegie Hall. A skilled stylist, her voice comfortably embraces country, folk, jazz, and musical theater. This versatility has perhaps kept Near from an easily definable commercial career. And yet she is one of our nation's finest... read full bio

Holly Williams

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Part of the key to Holly Williams success as a singer-songwriter is that its never been her mission to try and live up to the legacy cast by her famous and prolific father and grandfather Hank Jr. and Sr., respectively nor has she spent a lot of time trying to live it down. The respect that Holly has... read full bio

HoneyHoney

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Benjamin Jaffe (vocals/guitar) and Suzanna Santo (vocals/banjo/violin) make up the American alternative folk duo that is HoneyHoney. Based out of Los Angeles, California, the two met at a costume party and signed a record deal just a year later. They released their debut EP, titled Loose Boots, immediately followed by their album First Rodeo. A few years later, they released... read full bio

Horse Feathers

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Formed in Portland, Oregon, the American indie folk rock band Horse Feathers has been bringing quality music to audiences since its formation. Singer/songwriter Justin Ringle moved to Portland and began playing acoustic music in various open mics. Peter Broderick heard a couple of Ringle's demos and was immediately drawn towards him. Peter tracked down Ringle through the interent and helped... read full bio



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