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Sat., June 2 - 7:30pm - Marc Black's History
of the 1950's and 1960's through Popular song
Sun., Sept. 16 - 5pm Joe Jencks
Sun., Oct. 7 - 5 pm -
Fendrick & Peck and Austin MacRae
Sat., Nov. 17 - 7:30pm - Zoe Mulford and Brad Yoder
Sat. June 2 - 7:30 p.m.
Join New York Blues Hall of Fame
inductee, Marc Black, for a musical tour through these two historically
defining decades. You’ll sing along with wonderful songs as diverse as Itsy
Bitsy, Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka -Dot Bikini and Blowin’ in the Wind, as well as
tunes by artists ranging from Dean Martin to George Harrison. In addition to
the music and discussion, this popular program features a slide show that’s
sure to slide you right back in time. Marc will also perform his own group’s
top forty hit from 1967… ‘Happy’ by the ‘Blades of Grass’.
Marc plays a finger style blues in the traditions of Mississippi Hurt and the great Tim Hardin. A proud road warrior, he was inducted into the New York Chapter of the Blues Hall of Fame in June of 2014.
Marc has performed and recorded with Art Garfunkel, Taj Mahal, Richie Havens, Rick Danko and Pete Seeger to name a few. He was recently named Folk Artist of the Year on ABC Radio, and a winner at the Kerrville Folk Festival. Marc’s song, No Fracking Way, recorded with John Sebastian, has become a worldwide anthem for the movement. His Pictures of the Highway CD has reached #6 on the Folk DJ Chart, and his youtube videos have been viewed more than 100,000 times! He has been very involved in several campaigns for social and environmental justice, including his multimedia campaign, Sing for the Silenced and his current call for political engagementment, We Will Sing and Beat the Drum.
In the words of folk legend, Happy Traum, “Marc is a master at spreading the joy of music.”
Sun., Sept. 16 - 5 p.m.
“If one can master a craft after investing 10,000 hours, Joe Jencks’
hours are showing! I am literally stunned by this new album. Poets,
Philosophers, Workers & Wanderers tells our stories, his story, and the
untold stories, as an American folk master can - with heart and
unfettered perfection. Add this one to the folk canon! ”
- MarySue Twohy – The Village, SIRIUS XM Radio
Joe Jencks is an 18-year veteran of the international folk circuit, an
award-winning songwriter, and celebrated vocalist based in Chicago.
Merging conservatory training with his Irish roots and working-class
upbringing, Joe delivers engaged musical narratives filled with heart,
soul, groove and grit. Having penned several #1 Folksongs including the
ever-relevant Lady of The Harbor
, Jencks is also co-founder of the harmony trio,Brother Sun
From Festivals like Falcon Ridge, Kerrville, Mariposa, and Old Songs,
to venues like Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall, Jencks has enthralled
diverse audiences with his approachable style. Joe is noted for his
unique merging of musical beauty, social consciousness, and spiritual
exploration. Blending well-crafted instrumentals and vivid songwriting,
Jencks serves it all up with a lyric baritone voice that has the edgy
richness of a good sea-salt caramel.
Joe's newest Solo CD -
Poets, Philosophers, Workers, & Wanderers
- was released May 1st, 2017 - to critical acclaim.
The CD has spent
several weeks at
#1 on Sirius XM's Americana Chart,
CD on the Folk DJ Chart for May, 2017 -
with 4 songs in the top 10.
2017 Folk DJ Charts
Of 165K Air Plays by 176 DJs
#3 Album of the Year -
Poets, Philosophers, Workers & Wanderers
#2 Song of the Year
Let Me Sing You A Song
#10 Artist f the Year
“You can expect many a gifted artist to move you deeply, but Joe Jencks will change who you are.” - Angela Page – WJFF, Radio Catskill, Jeffersonville, NY
Poets, Philosophers, Workers & Wanderers chases new musical horizons for Joe Jencks.
Honoring his mentor and friend Pete Seeger with the title track, this
collection of songs progresses into a wide range of human experience
from love and triumph, to tragedy and transformation. With arrangements
that showcase sparse acoustic textures alongside Copeland-like
orchestral tapestries, this recording reflects the depth of Joe’s
musical knowledge as well as the diversity of his influences. Cinematic
in its imagery and scope Poets, Philosophers, Workers & Wanderers
features largely original songs influenced by Celtic, Blues, Jazz and
traditional American Folk styles, interspersed with a handful of
carefully chosen covers. Guest artists include: Ysaye Barnwell (Sweet
Honey In The Rock), Cathy Fink, Harpeth Rising, Tret Fure, Reggie
Harris, Edie Carey, Jon Carroll, Grace Jencks, and more.
the fine selection of songs and the talented team assembled in the
studio, what really shines through on Joe Jencks' new album are his
resonant, honey-rich voice, his open-hearted humanity, and his
commitment to social justice. We need artists who inspire our better
selves more than ever, don't we?" - John Platt , Sunday Supper, WFUV, Bronx, NY
October 7 - 5 p.m.
On Fendrick & Peck:
Through song, poetry, and story,
folk artists Brian and Madeline live to create
and connect with others.
Their music is noted for its exquisite harmony, lyrics,
composition. In a culture where so many are in a rush
for fame and
perfection, they are growing patiently
in the steady flow of giving and
They hope to inspire others to step away, be still, learn,
and engage with the world around them.
The Troubadour Soul Mates Award goes
to Fendrick and Peck. During their relatively brief time in Nashville,
they impressed a bunch of people, and I think they grew musically as a
result of that time. The Sandhill Crane is a wonderful collection of
beautiful music and features a cover of one my favorite David Olney
- Joe Wolfe-Mazeres, Ear to the Ground Music Blog, December 2, 2016
was so happy to receive the new album by former Nashville residents
Fendrick and Peck - The Sandhill Crane - their follow up to Lucky Penny
which we have featured on E2TG in the past. I was especially excited to
see this song - a cover of one of my favorite David Olney songs." The Fendrick and Peck version is spectacular. I highly recommend you look up and purchase the CD - the packaging is spectacular.
- Joe Wolf Mazeres, Ear to the Ground Music Blog,
October 12, 2016
2017 Vic Heyman Songwriting Award
S. Florida Folk Festival
2016 Emerging Artist
Falcon Ridge Folk Festival
2017 Semi-formal Showcase artist
Northeast Regional Folk Alliance
2016 Syracuse area Music Award
(Bats In the Attic)
"an extraordinarily Talented Songwriter..."
--Kelly Walker, Sundilla Radio hour
is a singer/songwriter residing in Ithaca, NY.
He has showcased his
music regionally at venues such as the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival
(Emerging Artist), Turtle Hill Folk Festival (New Voices Showcase),
Ithaca Festival, Oswego Music Hall, Homer Center for the Arts, Bill
Knowlton's Bluegrass Ramble Picnic, Funk 'n Waffles and other area
venues. His debut album, Bats in the Attic, won a Syracuse Area Music
Award (SAMMY) for Best Folk Recording of 2015. He was recently selected
to showcase his work in the Suzi Wollenberg DJ Showcase at the
Northeast Regional Folk Alliance (NERFA) Conference in Stamford, CT.
His work has also been featured on a variety of radio stations and
shows, including the Sundilla Radio Hour, hosted by Kelly Walker.
Sat., Nov,. 17 - 7:30 p.m.
Originally from Pennsylvania, she first started performing her own
songs while living in North Carolina in the 1990's. Since then, she has
released five albums on the cooperative Azalea City Recordings label. She now lives in the North of England and tours on both sides of the Atlantic.
Zoe Mulford charms audiences with powerful, story-driven songwriting,
an engaging stage presence, and an unlabored vocal style. She backs her
voice with guitar or claw-hammer banjo, drawing on the traditional
music of Appalachia and the British Isles and stealing a few pages from
the American Songbook to create music that feels both comfortably
lived-in and sparklingly fresh.
This highly personable American songwriter (based in northern
England) sure delivers the goods ...This is a really neat collection:
majoring on self-penned material that's supremely evocative and
sometimes cheekily humorous, topped up with three decent trad-arrs. and a
prescient, must-hear clawhammer-banjo-backed rendition of 1952 Vincent Black Lightning. - fRoots Her newly-released fifth album, Small Brown Birds, centers on a new collaboration with English fiddler and mandolinist Tom Kitching.
The songs trace a progression from winter to spring, with a message of
resilience, community, and hope in times of trouble. With tracks such as
“The President Sang Amazing Grace,” “Answer the Knock at the Door,” and
“Zillionaire” chiming with current events, the album reached #1 on the
Folk-DJ chart in the month of its release.
2017 Folk DJ Charts
Of 165K Air Plays by 176 DJs
#4 Album of the Year -
Small Brown Birds
#3 Song of the Year
President Sang Amazing Grace
#8 Song of the Year
#12 Artist of the Year
She has been a Kerrville Newfolk finalis
t and a Falcon Ridge Emerging
Artist. Her songs have been recognized by the Great American Song
Contest and the Mid-Atlantic Song Contest, and appeared in Sing Out! Magazine
song "Welcome In Another Year" has become a seasonal favorite on folk
radio. It has been performed by many other artists, including John
Roberts and Tony Barrand in their Nowell Sing We Clear
Christmas revue and Four Shillings Short
in their Samhain show.
It’s Brad’s unique mix of humorous, poetic, political, funky and edgy
original songs, covering a musical range from folk to indie rock (with
unexpected musical and lyrical twists), that has earned him a loyal
following ranging from kids in single digits through retirees.
Acknowledged by Pittsburgh Magazine as “ruling the Pittsburgh
coffeehouse scene,” Brad logs over 150 performances annually, playing
colleges, cafés, churches, festivals, First Nights, and even the zoo.
Brad has opened for a diverse range of artists, including Erin McKeown,
Tegan & Sara, the Cowboy Junkies, Lucy Kaplansky, Carrie Newcomer,
the Vigilantes of Love, Emmylou Harris, Robyn Hitchcock, Ellis Paul, and
Rob Dickinson of Catherine Wheel, plus played the second stage for
David Gray, Peter Paul & Mary, and Steve Earle/Jackson Browne.
Sun., Dec. 2 - 3 p.m.
"THIS GENERATION'S NEW MIX OF
SIMON & GARFUNKEL, AMERICA, AND U2."
– Idaho State Journal
- Ryanhood were named "Best Group/Duo" in the 2014 International Acoustic Music Awards (IAMA's) for their song "Sickbed Symphony"
- Ryan was awarded the Aerosmith Award at Berklee College of Music.
high school, both Cameron and Ryan won the Woody Herman Jazz Award
-- given to outstanding rhythm section players in a high school jazz
band -- each, one year apart.
NAMED "BEST GROUP/DUO" in the 2014
International Acoustic Music Awards (IAMA’s), acoustic-duo Ryanhood got their
first break more than a decade ago as street-performers at Boston’s Quincy
Market. It was there that Ryan Green and Cameron Hood were spotted by a college
booking agent and thrust into the college touring scene, where Campus
Activities Magazine would soon name them “one of the most requested acts by
college buyers all across the country.”
The two first met in high school, where they were separated not just by a
grade (Hood being a year older) but by a respectful rivalry between their two
rock bands. Hood and Green would face off annually in the Battle Of The Bands,
and although Hood’s band would ultimately win two out of the three
competitions, Green managed to impress him and the rest of the school with his
abilities on the guitar, which would ultimately earn him a scholarship to
Boston’s prestigious Berklee College of Music.
Cameron enrolled as an art student at the University of Arizona, and they
started what they would call “a long-distance musical relationship”, mailing
each other minidiscs of new song ideas and getting together during academic
breaks to rehearse and perform. Within weeks of graduating college, Cameron
took a leap of faith and moved to Boston to join Ryan. Determined to make a
living as musicians, Ryanhood became full-time street performers at Boston’s
historic Quincy Market where they developed a rapport with audiences that has
become a hallmark of their shows.
They would go on to tour with Jason Mraz, record an album with grammy-winning
producer Ross Hogarth, share stages with Matt Nathanson, Train, American
Authors, and Lifehouse, and even get tweeted about by Ellen
DeGeneres. Ryanhood has collectively performed more than 800 shows in
45 U.S. states, where their cross-generational sound has been equally
at home in colleges, coffee-houses, concert halls, churches, and living rooms.
And now, twelve years after their street start, Ryanhood’s star is still on
the rise as they were named “Best Group/Duo” in the 2014 International Acoustic
Music Awards (IAMAs). Their sixth and newest album, Yearbook, released
on March 3, 2017, and has been described as "“nestled in a great pocket,
feeling all at once focused on storytelling and intimacy while not being afraid
to wield a big musical stick” by For Folk’s Sake.
They currently reside in their hometown of Tucson, AZ, where they have
won more than a dozen Tucson Music Awards including “Best Folk Band” and “Best
Rock Band” (you can decide for yourself which is most accurate).
Our new album, On Christmas, is officially released into the world! Tucson Lifestyle had this to say: "At once catchy and yet profound, On Christmas
explores a full range of emotions and material, providing ample
opportunity for fans to discover new holiday classics."