MEET THE LINEUP

 

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We are in the process of booking even more artists.

Adam Ezra Group

SCHEDULED FOR:
Friday
(Main Stage and Workshop Stage)

“I don't know that I have seen a room explode as it did when the Adam Ezra Group came out. Superb!" 

Phil Simon, Simon Says Booking

Atlas Gray

SCHEDULED FOR:
Saturday (Main Stage)

Belle of the Fall

SCHEDULED FOR:
Friday (Main Stage)
Saturday (Main Stage)

"Belle of the Fall has proven musical soulmates exist."
Vents Magazine

Goodnight Moonshine

(featuring Molly Venter)

SCHEDULED FOR:
Sunday (Main Stage)

"When you first hear Goodnight Moonshine it brings a wave of nostalgia, conjuring teenage heartache- then perhaps a similar sensation to falling deeply in love."


Ian Campbell

SCHEDULED FOR:
TBD (check back soon!)

"There's just something so pure about this very creative songwriter."

Brian Mattiello, Warner Theater Music Festival

Jeff Blaney

SCHEDULED FOR:
TBD (check back soon!)

“A hidden Nashville gem”

Show the Show

Joe Crookston

SCHEDULED FOR:
Friday (Workshop Stage)
Saturday (Main Stage)

“At every festival I hope to find the gift of one artist whose songwriting and performance stand out. Joe Crookston was that gift for me this year at the Philadelphia Folk Festival."
David Francey

John Gorka

SCHEDULED FOR:
Friday (Main Stage)
Saturday (Workshop Stage)

"Rules of art were made to be shattered. When broken by accident, that’s gaucheness. When broken on purpose, well, that’s style. John Gorka’s technique breaks free from the rules of modern music."

Brian DAmbrosio, Huffington Post 


Johnny Longo and the Koolhead Blues Band

SCHEDULED FOR:
Saturday (Main Stage)

"Johnny is a soulful, naturally beautiful musician to play with,....with really BIG ears"

James McKinney, Grammy nominated Producer

Jolly Beggars

SCHEDULED FOR:
Saturday (Main Stage)

Jud Caswell

SCHEDULED FOR:
Friday (Main Stage)

Maine’s Jud Caswell is a little bit like a one-man folk festival. You’ve got your banjo picking, your Irish drinking songs, a rack of acoustic instruments, and a deep catalog of award-winning originals. 

Kala Farnham

SCHEDULED FOR:
TBD (check back soon!)

"...one of New England's best voices in one of this year's best written and best recorded works."
Bill Copeland, Music News


The Lustre Kings

SCHEDULED FOR:
Friday (Main Stage)
Saturday (Workshop Stage)

"A cold beer, a hot date and the Lustre Kings. Real roots rock and roll never sounded so good."
Radio WAMC

The Mammals

SCHEDULED FOR:
Friday (Main Stage)

“...gleefully aware that the sound barriers separating old-timey music, vintage pop and contemporary folk are as permeable as cotton.”
Washington Post

The Nields

SCHEDULED FOR:
Sunday (Main Stage)

"Imagine if Natalie Merchant had a sister with an equally good voice singing perfect harmony with her…intimate and electric."
Sing Out! Magazine

The Revelers

SCHEDULED FOR:
Saturday (Main Stage)
Sunday (Workshop Stage)

“Sometimes the greasiest gumbo can also be the best, as anyone within earshot of this mess will attest. Bon ton all night long.”
Bill Bentley, Vanguard Records


Shawn Taylor

SCHEDULED FOR:
TBD (check back soon!)

"Shawn Taylor has a wonderfully damaged voice - a sort of Tom Waits 'I gargle cinder blocks in the morning' growl, but less of a put-on than Waits' bark."
New Haven Advocate

The Slambovian Circus of Dreams

SCHEDULED FOR:
Saturday (Main Stage)

"Songs imbued with mystical stirrings and idealism… they take the stage by storm!”
The New York Times

Soul Case

SCHEDULED FOR:
TBD (check back soon!)

"Rock, Jam, Alt, Electronic, Soul"

The Sweetback Sisters

SCHEDULED FOR:
Sunday (Main Stage)

"Gorgeous harmonies over swell honky-tonk melodies.Trust us, these guys are brilliant!"
NBC New York


Vance Gilbert

SCHEDULED FOR:
Sunday (Main Stage and Workshop Stage)

"...the voice of an angel, the wit of a devil, and the guitar playing of a god..."
Fort Worth Star-Telegram

The Whiskey Treaty Road Show

SCHEDULED FOR:
Friday (Main Stage)

Of Brotherhood, music, and fine spirits.

The Way Down Wanderers

SCHEDULED FOR:
Saturday (Main Stage)

"...the band actually emerged fully formed, possessing a certain savvy that assures their ability to stand apart in a crowded field of nu-grass contenders."
Relix Magazine

The Wool Hats

SCHEDULED FOR:
Saturday (Main Stage)

“The Wool Hats’ approach to Bluegrass draws on a post-modern sensibility integrating many influences into a unique expression."