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David Crosby

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David Crosby is an icon for the counterculture movement that ushered in the new era of rock n roll in the 1970s. Though he started out as a soloist, he is more prominently known as a member of the groups The Byrds, Crosby, Stills & Nash, and CPR (Crosby, Pevar & Raymond). Crosby is a two-time Rock and Roll Hall... read full bio

David Lindley

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David Lindley is a multi-instrumentalist that is best known for his works with Jackson Browne and other rock musicians. He has also played for the band Kaleidoscope and also in his own band, El Rayo-X that embodied the sounds of world music. David Lindley has worked with artists in many other genres of music, including Dolly Parton and Curtis Mayfield.... 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

David Wax Museum

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David Wax Museum is a two-person band formed by David Wax and his now wife, Suz Slezak. David has always had an interest in Mexican folk music, and he further exposed himself to the genre by taking frequent trips to Mexico to experience the traditional music. He met Suz while at Cambridge, and the duo began recording songs together... read full bio

Davy Knowles

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Blues guitarist Davy Knowles names Dire Straits, Peter Green, and Eric Clapton's Cream as inspirations. His career began with the group Back Door Slam, but after one album he embarked on a solo career. His debut album Coming Up for Air peaked at no. 2 twice on the Billboard Blues Album Charts. In support of the album, he toured several... read full bio

Dead Can Dance

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Dead Can Dance is an Australian music project that formed over thirty years ago in Melbourne by Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrard. They have a very unique sound and style of music, which has been described as African polyrhythms, Gaelic folk, Gregorian chant, Middle Eastern mantras and even art rock. They have released eight studio albums, three live albums and... read full bio

Dead Horses

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Dead Horses is made up of two Milwaukee born musicians, Sarah Vos and Daniel Wolff. This dynamic duo has been influenced by some of the best traditional folk music. Known for their high-energy performances as well as their smaller more intimate shows, these two have proved their musical chops over and over again. From ballrooms to festivals Dead Horses have... read full bio

Deana Carter

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Deana Carter is a country music artist who first came onto the country music scene with the release her album, Did I Shave My Legs for This With sales of over five million, the debut album was certified Multi-Platinum. Strawberry Wine" became a #1 country hit and won her CMA's single of the year. "We Danced Anyway and How Do... read full bio

Deb Talan

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Deb Talan is one-half of the husband/ wife folk duo, The Weepies. With over a million records sold as The Weepies, Deb released her solo record, Lucky Girl. After battling cancer and fully recovering, she wanted to make something that was all her own. The thirteen tracks that make up Lucky Girl display Debs inclination towards pop, her signature confessional... read full bio

Delta Rae

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Delta Raes debut album, Carry The Fire, came out to high praise last summer. Theyve been profiled everywhere from NPR to Time to Forbes and Rolling Stone. VH1 hand selected them for their You Oughta Know" Artist Of The Month program. They performed not once, but twice on both The Tonight Show w/ Jay Leno and Conan. Live is where... read full bio

Delta Spirit

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Delta Spirit is a California based band, best known for their folk rock sound. They also are known for their live sets, and songs being featured on many top television shows. The Delta Spirit song Devil Knows You're Dead" was used in the final scene of the 5th and final season of Friday Night Lights. The song "People, Turn... read full bio

Devendra Banhart

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Devendra Banhart, an American-born singer, was raised in Venezuela. Inspired by Axl Rose, Kurt Cobain, Mick Jagger, and more, Banhart began to sing. His vocals, which are feminine and smooth, paint a fantastical, poetic image in your mind upon listening. Banhart is linked to the musical movement of Freak Folk; those who appreciate folk rock, psychedelic folk, and lo-fi genres... read full bio

Dirt In The Wheel (Asleep At The Wheel & Nitty Gritty Dirt Band)

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Asleep at the Wheel & the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band have joined forces. With a combined history of more than 25 Grammy awards, ACM, CMA, IBMA, IEBA Awards & Nominations, over 55 Studio Albums, 42 combined Charted Singles, Multiple movie and television appearances...Two Iconic Bands results in One Incredible Show!!... read full bio

Distant Cousins

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The multi-layered collaboration of three musical cousins has turned into something exceptionally entertaining overnight. Pulling from folk, blues, and singer-songwriter styles, the trio's original songs make a long lasting impression on the listener. Distant Cousins has released their debut self-titled EP and have already seen four of those songs licensed, most notably: On My Way" - featured on the season... read full bio

Dom Flemons

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Dom Flemons is a Grammy Award-winning musician, singer-songwriter, and slam poet. Continuing the songster tradition, Flemons incorporates traditional music styles with a modern twist, to form innovative sounds that are appealing to a boundless range of audiences. His latest solo project, Prospect Hill, includes a diverse range of styles, encompassing ragtime, Piedmont blues, spirituals, southern traditional music, string band music,... read full bio

Don McLean

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Songwriters' Hall of Famer Don McLean is one of Americas most enduring singer-songwriters and is forever associated with his classic hits American Pie,Vincent (Starry Starry Night), Castles in the Air, And I Love You So and Crying. Since first hitting the charts in 1971, Don has amassed over 40 gold and platinum records world-wide. His songs have been recorded by... read full bio

Donavon Frankenreiter

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Singer Donavon Frankenreiter folk-infused songs sweetly reflect the simplicity of his recordings. Frankenreiter's rich, honey-thick vocals and masterful guitar work, Start Livin' bears all the intimacy of an impromptu back-porch performance and the tenderness of a treasured love letter. Frankenreiter explores non-romantic love throughout Start Livin'. Frankenreiter hones in on more heavy-handed matters. For Frankenreiter, the essence of Start... read full bio

Doug Seegers

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Country troubadour, Doug Seegers, has won the hearts of many with his raw lyrics and haunting melodies, in the single Going Down to the River. Previously homeless, 62-year-old Seegers was discovered on the streets of Nashville by a Swedish country singer for whom he played Going Down to the River. The song became a surprise hit, reaching No. 1... read full bio

Drew Holcomb

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Drew Holcomb is the frontman of Americana band The Neighbors, which also includes his wife Ellie Holcomb, guitarist/keyboardist Nathan Duggar and bassist Rich Brinsfield. The band has sold more then 100,000 albums to date, and played more than 1,800 shows in seven countries. The Neighbors music has received forty television features, appearing on How I Met Your Mother, Criminal Minds,... 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

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