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Verses

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VERSES is a band from Australia that is about to be signed to a major label soon, with the labels calling them a more mature Hillsong Young and Free. They have played shows with Hillsong United, Hillsong Young and Free, and many more. They will be helping lead worship next year at all of Kingdom Youth Conferences around the world!... 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

David Ramirez

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Traveling singer-songwriter David Ramirez most recently released his newest album, Fables, through Thirty Tigers. He explains that he doesnt want to just put more noise into the world. [He] want[s] to put something out there that means something to [him]. At the beginning of his music career, Ramirez traveled completely by himself. He eventually added a band and manager to... read full bio

The Dunwells

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From Leeds, Yorkshire, the British folk rock band, The Dunwells, bring a sense of familiarity, yet timeless sound, to their songs. Consisting of two brothers and two cousins, the five piece band create a memorable experience. The Dunwells consists of Joseph Dunwell on vocals and guitar; David Dunwell on vocals, guitars, piano, and banjo; Jonny Lamb on vocals and... read full bio

Limeliters

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The Limeliters are a folk music group formed by Lou Gottlieb (bass), Alex Hassilev (baritone), and Glenn Yarbrough (tenor). The group was active from 1959 until 1965, when they disbanded. After a hiatus of sixteen years Yarbrough, Hassilev, and Gottlieb reunited and began performing as The Limeliters again. The Limeliters are still active and performing, but Hassilev,... 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

Nashville Bluegrass Band

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The Nashville Bluegrass gained most of their success from their first Rounder Records produced album, My Native Home. With the blend of black gospel and spirituals in their already known sounds of bluegrass sound, they gained huge success in America and abroad. They toured the globe to over 20 countries playing their unique sound. The band won Grammy Awards for... read full bio

Drew Smith

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Drew Smith found himself in the same position as many independent musicians trying to make a living in the struggling music business. So he followed the route of big business and outsourced the video to India. The production values may be a little amateurish by MTV standards, but for $2,000 it cost a small fraction of the typical budget for... 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

Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy

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Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy are two of the worlds most celebrated fiddlers. They also happen to be married. Known for her flamboyant skill and trademark step dancing, MacMaster is the sweetheart superstar of the Cape Breton fiddle. She has collaborated and performed with the likes of Luciano Pavarotti, Paul Simon, Alison Krauss, Bela Fleck, Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush and... read full bio

Wild Child- A Tribute To The Doors

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Dave Brock comes the closest to capturing the look and spirit of Jim Morrison without being the real thing. The band, Wild Child, knows Jim's moves and raps as well as he did. Their version of The Doors is respectful and accurate and a well done tribute to The Doors. Some have referred to their performance as performance art."... read full bio

Tumbledown

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Tumbledown is an alternative country/rock band created by the frontman of MxPx, Mike Herera. They are currently signed to End Sounds which is a record company in Austin, Texas. They mix the styles of fast punk rock with country/folk music to create a unique sound. The band is inspired by many country singers such as Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Bill... read full bio

Joey Hyde

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Born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Joey Hyde grew up listening to his dad's record collection. His early influences were such bands as Led Zepplin, Thin Lizzy, AC/DC, and Pink Floyd, which led him to a love of the guitar. Later on, he found himself appreciating the songs of Merle Haggard and Tom Petty, which led him to a... read full bio

Outshyne

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Outshyne consists of 5 guys from Laurens, SC whose deep-seated southern roots have been the foundation for their country rock sound. The bands collective dream is to share their music with the world; through dedication and determination, the band is taking the steps they need to make that dream become a reality. They played over 180 shows opening for national... read full bio

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



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