Eternal Summers steer clear from their past indie pop sound and turn to their dynamic indie rock roots in this live performance of songs from their new album, "The Drop Beneath."
The Infamous Stringdusters came on the scene in 2007 and, right out of the gate, commanded a lot of attention, a lot of accolades, and some very impressive awards.
Mr. Sun is comprised of Darol Anger -- easily one of the most skilled and most interesting fiddlers working today-and three like-minded and equally talented players, Joe Walsh on mandolin, Grant Gordy on guitar and Karl Doty on bass.
The Claudettes take their name from none other than Claudette herself, the owner of the Oglesby, Ill. bar where they became the house band back in 2010.
The Bishops are a Midwestern ska band that stays true to its far-away roots.
Keller Williams has characterized the life of the constant touring musician for more than two decades, persistently evolving and redefining his style, methods and accompaniment while reimagining his own work and others' each step of the way.
The Districts may hail from the small town of Lititz, Pa., but their indie, folk-rock music has an alternative edge that creates a huge, sound, not unlike the Lumineers.
Seattle native Noah Gundersen is slowly, but surely, capturing the hearts of his listeners by wearing his own on his sleeve in his uninhibited songwriting.
In American tradition, songs and drinks are often mixed the same: one part heavy, one part syrup, and a bitter dash to make it burn. Hurray for the Riff Raff know the blend well.
Drawing from a background diverse enough to take him from the fields of Maine potato farm to social work in Boston's inner city, singer/songwriter Ellis Paul tells tales of struggle and triumph in the style of folk heroes like Woody Guthrie.