Twangfest 16 continued at the Duck Room Thursday night with a diverse lineup of crowd favorites.
Since embarking down the road of his solo career over 20 years ago, John Doe has strived to make his own mark on the roots music he grew up listening to on the radio and at his parents' parties.
If you were cooking up a dish of Kevin Gordon's music you'd start with a solid base of rock 'n' roll, and then add in various complimentary ingredients of country, folk and blues.
Kasey Anderson's a wiry guy in both stature and intellect, a quick wit with an old soul. He's also one hell of a songwriter.
From folklore to barnstormer jams, Ha Ha Tonka play music true to the woodsy Ozark parkland that shares its name.
Hailing from Chicago and Austin, Deano & the Purvs meet in the tough-to-define middle of loud rock 'n' roll and hard country.
Vocalist Kelly Hogan is best known for her work singing behind other artists. Namely, Neko Case. This summer she's stepping out of the shadows for the first time since her last solo album in 2001. It was worth the wait.