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Example! - The Weavers Locked Topic 0 J. Rivers, Folk Alliance International The Weavers Contact Info Phone: 816-555-5555 Email: Category of Folk: Traditional Location: New York Description of Music We're an American folk music quartet based in the Greenwich Village area of New York City. We sing traditional folk songs from around the world, as well as blues, gospel music, children's songs, labor songs, and American ballads.  We'd love to play your private showcase, contact us! Check out our website for more info.
by J. Rivers, Folk Alliance International
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Instructions - Read this if you want to get booked. Locked Topic 0 J. Rivers, Folk Alliance International The purpose of this forum is to provide a list of artists, regularly updated, and sent to private showcase presenters for review. The presenters are sent a digest of the new posts every week to review. Before you create a post for your act, read the instructions below and review the "Example - Weavers" post. Step 1: To create a post for your act, sign into your profile, go to the forum page (under NEWS) and click "New Topic".    *In the digest sent to presenters, the first thing you type gets sent to them in a condensed version, so we recommend the following template to get your info to presenters clearly. See the "Example! - The Weavers" post. Step 2: Subject: Your Act's Name Step 3: Attach Video: Paste the embed code from your video (Optional) Step 4: Contact Phone, Contact Email, Category of Folk, Location Step 5: A Biography or description of your music and a link to your website or EPK.   In order to keep presenters from being flooded and overwhelmed by artist emails, we do not post contact info for the presenters. This post is your best line of communication with them. Make sure to check for errors, and monitor your contact information closely. Good Luck! ~ FAI Team
by J. Rivers, Folk Alliance International
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
Chuck McDermott- acclaimed Americana artist seeking private showcases 0 S. Garvan Chuck McDermott-  Select Private Showcases wanted- please contact us. Hot on the heels of his new album "Gin and Rosewater" ( over 100,000 Spotify streams) and sold-out release shows at McCabes ( LA ) and Lizard Lounge ( Boston), multiple NERFA showcases recently. Chuck has just signed with the Granata agency for 2018 bookings primarily with band, at times duo or solo.. The album has 11 strong originals, led by Thousand Cuts, Girl from St Lucy, Belvedere and Hold Back The Water. A very memorable atmospheric cover of "I Walk The Line" complements "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" and John Stewarts "Irresistible Targets". Stephen Stills plays guitar on "People Are Weak" and raves have come from him, Roseanne Cash and Peter Coyote. Previously Chuck has toured the world w John Stewart for 4-5 years. He currently leads his owns band as well as some shows as leader of Johns band since his passing. Reviews and features so far include: Paste, No Depression, Alternate Root, LA Story, Boston Globe, Iheart radio. Goldmine, Roots Music Report, Songwriting magazine PLUS video exclusives for Belveder, Thousand Cutrsk, Girl From St Lucy and Hold Back The Water. Contacts: Chuck: Booking: Mary Granata, 973-964-3775 cell Management: Steve Garvan 303-809-1676 cell
by S. Garvan
12 hours ago
Rich Krueger Singer-songwriter and New Folk Finalist 0 R. Krueger Hi.  My name is Rich Krueger, a singer-songwriter from Chicago IL. I'm a Folk Alliance member and a 2017 New Folk FInalist at The Kerrville Folk Festival.  I have a new album coming out in January, which went out to radio stations and reviewers n 11/20/17.  IT is already getting airplay worldwide and the reviews have been universally fantastic. I will be at at the 2018 Folk Alliance International Conference in February.  I am seeking invitations for private showcases at which I can perform Category of my music make: Americana, SInger-songwriter, Urbane Folk, thoughtful Location : Chicago IL My email My phone (505) 506-1090 My website My reviews (more everyday) My EPK DIgital downloads of the album and/or copies of the CDs are available to reviewers/bookers/radio stations upon request Short BIo UNCONVENTIONAL FOLK ROCKER RICH KRUEGER IS HERE TO REMIND US THAT LIFE AINT THAT LONG “As a lifelong fan of True Deep American Strangeness, I came to a realization after leaving Milwaukee for the last time in 1959:  The truest, deepest American strangeness is to be found in the heartland, the great Midwest.  As a perfect example, take a song—any song –of Rich Krueger, and you will see exactly what I mean. Rich is an American Stranger if I ever did see one.”—Peter Stampfel, The Holy Modal Rounders Chicago, IL October 2017—Rich Krueger is an interesting and generous guy who has something to tell you if you are willing to listen.  Something that you might or might not enjoy, something that might even trouble you, but it will never be ordinary. Krueger, who is now based in Chicago, IL, was born in Bedford-Stuyvesant, NYC.  He has been writing and performing with his band The Dysfunctionells since 1985.  The Dysfunctionells, (who describe themselves as “THE Butt-Ugliest Band in Chicago”) have backed up the Holy Modal Rounders at their reunion at The Bottom Line in NYC, and Krueger has recorded with Peter Stampfel on his own and with the band. This summer Krueger released an EP Overpass, the pre-cursor to two solo albums he plans to release with Life Aint That Long being the first of the two (being released 1/26/18). Overpass draws songs from each of the projects and features many great musicians from Chicago, Tulsa, Pennsylvania and New York City including John Fulbright who plays accordion on the song, “In Between Kingfish” (which is set to release with the 2nd project).  Krueger’s friend and fellow musician, Robbie Fulks has claimed that “(Overpass) is the best thing Rich Krueger has done to date.” The folk rock Bible, Dirty Linen (no longer in print) has called Krueger’s music “Richard Thompsonesque”, and Anti-folk noted that, “Krueger is an old folkie at heart (although an esotericist in practice), and has a folkie’s love of text above all.”  Just this year Krueger was chosen as one of the Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk Finalists.  His love of text shines on Life Aint That Long.  He performs original songs with well-made, intelligent, thoughtful and sometimes disturbing lyrics.  His songs are story songs with characters that aren’t always fully aware of or are in denial about what is happening to them.  The songs are usually touched by humor, even the songs with heavy topics.  They challenge his listener’s beliefs, not just massage their prejudices. Guest artists on Life Aint That Long are too numerous to name, but all are friends, and supporters of his music. The album was mastered brilliantly by Dave McNair (Dylan, Bowie, Springsteen). Along with Krueger, the core of the band is Vence Edmonds (The Dysfunctionells) on drums and Bill Kavanagh on bass.  Kavanagh also recorded, engineered, and mixed the record and was one of the producers. Others involved in producing with Krueger were Urbana, IL legend Paul Kotheimer, and Jay O’Rourke, the former Insider’s guitarist who has worked on recordings with Robbie Fulks, Warren Zevon, and Urge Overkill, to name a few. A Neonatologist at The University of Chicago by day, Krueger came to writing songs because he grew up listening and singing translations of the songs of Belgian singer-songwriter, Jacques Brel.  “I listened to these songs over and over,” he said. “They were braver, more honest and cut to the bone.  I wanted to write like that.” Life Aint That Long is an eclectic collection of 10 songs (plus a bonus track). The record starts off with “A Stoopid Broken Heart” and fiddle and pedal steel driving the upbeat Americana song all throughout.  “The Gospel According To Carl” is Randy Newmanesque song with piano, full band, horn and gospel singers. “77/17” is a punk-edged number with Krueger reminiscing about 1977 when he was 17 years old.  “The Wednesday Boys” is a blue-eyes soul anthem with a Van Morrison inspired groove.  The closing song, “What We Are?” is a piano and gospel propelled soul number and a humorous, but sober reflection on the paradox of hope for the future in these difficult times.  There is a bonus track, the Christmas-themed, “And It’s That Time Again” which Krueger wrote back in 1985. “I’m primarily motivated by having my songs heard by as many folks as possible, There have always been doctors who are writers, poets, and musicians, both professionally and otherwise.  That’s not unusual.  I make a living doing medicine that I enjoy (mostly), I help folks (mostly) and I’m fairly competent at it (mostly),” He jokes.  “I’m not in need of making a living off of my music.  But,” he adds, “I’m not gonna stand in anyone’s way if they want to pay me for listening.” 30 plus years of making music has allowed for Krueger to grow his fan base.  He’s had fans that insist that he sing at their funerals, fans that will jump up and down after he plays a song claiming that the song is “amazing!” He has had fans that will pull up beside him while driving to ask if he had any recordings.  Now, with Life Aint That Long, he can tell those fans, “yes”.  And after 30 plus years of making music it’s nice to know that Rich Krueger still has something to say. Press Contact:  Kim Grant  KG Music Press (t) 626-755-9022 (e) For more information:
by R. Krueger
16 hours ago
The Traveling Ones 0 J. Ahmanson Contact: Justin Phone: (410) 207-7599 E-mail: Type of Folk: Americana Location: Nashville Website: Press kit: Biography: From the moment Justin and Emily met at an open mic in Austin, TX, they knew they had a special connection. What started as a romantic relationship quickly blossomed into a music career that the two dove into hand-in-hand. When on stage it’s hard to deny the chemistry that Emily and Justin share. They released their debut album, Meet Me There, in February of 2017 and in August relocated to Nashville, TN, where they now call home. The Traveling Ones have a big year of touring planned for 2018 and are excited to expand into new areas.
by J. Ahmanson
16 hours ago
Hadley Kennary - Folk/Pop Singer-Songwriter 0 H. Kennary Phone: 615-336-6893 Email: Website:  Category of Folk: Folk/Pop Singer-Songwriter Location: Nashville Hi FAI fam! Looking to pick up a couple of showcases on Friday and Saturday. Solo and in the round are great. Looking forward to seeing some familiar faces and meeting new ones!  Hadley Kennary is a singer-songwriter whose music is a folk/pop blend of heartfelt, clever lyrics and infectious melodies. Her songs have been recognized in renowned songwriting competitions such as Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Songwriter Showcase, Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk Competition for Emerging Songwriters, Falcon Ridge Folk Festival Emerging Artist Showcase, and Telluride Bluegrass Festival Troubadour Songwriting Competition. Her latest release, "Momentum EP", was released August 24th, 2016 and is available wherever music is digitally sold & streamed.   p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} span.s1 {font-kerning: none}
by H. Kennary
16 hours ago
Singer-Songwriter - Rachel Price 0 K. Douglas Management/Booking - Kathy Douglas - 713-398-7304 Singer- Songwriter - Rachel Price Nashville, TN Nebraska-bred, Nashville-based singer-songwriter Rachel Price celebrates her roots & opens her heart to the future on her latest EP HOME  To singer-songwriter Rachel Price, “home” represents her hometown of O’Neill, Nebraska – population 3,700 – to which she’ll always be deeply connected, and Nashville, Tennessee, where she settled three years ago to pursue a life in music. It’s also her heartfelt acoustic song “Home” , on which Price both acknowledges her enduring bond with her roots on the range, and embraces her identity as an artist. Rachel has spent 2017 touring across the USA,  performing 55+ shows in 11 states including Texas, Missouri, Colorado, California and her home state of Nebraska at Coffee Houses, House Concerts, Restaurants and music venues.
by K. Douglas
16 hours ago
Renée Wahl - Country Roots Noire 0 R. Wahl Renée Wahl Contact Info Rodney Metoyer Phone:615-260-8787 Email: Category of Folk: Country Roots Location: Nashville, TN Description of Music Nashville singer-songwriter Renée Wahl writes songs that capture her life in a bottle-- songs about pain, love and reflection. The Pennsylvania native is carving out her own space at the recently rediscovered intersection of East Nashville, where the sounds are grittier than a polished Music Row. Inspired by groundbreaking artists including Buddy Miller, Linda Ronstadt, and Ryan Adams, Wahl deftly crafts songs that explore the human experience. From escaping emotional torment to finding a solution to a loneliness problem, few topics are off limits when it comes to Wahl’s powerful and personal approach to songwriting.  Renee is joined by percussionist David Strayer. We'd love to play your private showcase, contact us! Check out our website for more info. Elmore Magazine: Watch Nashville Singer-Songwriter Renée Wahl Perform In Stop-Motion With New Music Video
by R. Wahl
18 hours ago
Emily White 0 E. White   Contact Phone: 617-835-9732 Contact Category of Folk: folk/rock Location: Chicago, IL  Hi Folk Alliance!  I'm looking forward to sharing another great conference with you next year. Some info about me:  Independent folk-rock touring singer/songwriter Emily White has been described as standing out “conspicuously from the pack…with her hushed, preternaturally haunting vocal delivery (and bewitching sense of indie-rock-informed melody” (Connect Savannah). She has released four albums to date, the most recent being the Kai Welch-produced LP “Staking Flags in the Valley.”  In creating her show, she “adds an infusion of humor, audibly diverse musical influences and a truly singular sound that may leave even the most severe folk cynics entertained.” (Asheville Citizen-Times) She is based out of Chicago, but travels regularly throughout the US, captivating crowds with her unique voice and favorite Martin guitar, bringing her Southern roots and Midwestern charm to each city she visits.  Emily was named a Telluride Troubadour Finalist in 2015, and also a Finalist in the International Acoustic Music Awards that same year.  She is currently working on her 5th release, and tours regularly in the Midwest and yearly in the Northeast.   You can find out more at     Thank you for all of your hard work as showcase hosts!  I know it's a lot of juggling and we all appreciate it very much!   emily  
by E. White
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Raven and Red 0 Raven and Red Contact Info Phone: 706-338-5484 Email: Website: Category of Folk: Contemporary Folk/Americana Location: Nashville Description of Music Raven and Red is an award-winning Americana and folk music group based in Nashville, TN. Originally from Georgia and Pennsylvania, Raven and Red is comprised of Brittany Lynn Jones, Mitchell Lane, and Cole King. They strive to reach audiences through their recordings and live performances, highlighted by eloquent vocals and expressive instrumental arrangements. Their innovative songwriting style is influenced by artists across multiple genres, including country, Celtic, classical, rock, and American folk music. We are returning to Kansas City for the FAI Conference in February 2018. We are interested in meeting new folks and adding a few more private showcase performances to our schedule. If you have any availability or want to meet us in person at the conference, please reach out to us! Our latest CD, We Rise Up, is being released in February to coincide with the conference. The album features our first full-length release of original music. Feel free to check out our press release below! Press Release:
by Raven and Red
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Carol Markstrom seeking showcases 0 C. Markstrom Hello, I’m an award-winning singer-songwriter based out of Tucson with my songs reflecting the Western Roots tradition along with nods to Outlaw Country.  Many of my original songs tell stories about engaging people, places, and events of the Western U.S., with some drawing from my non-fiction writing and personal experiences in Native American communities. I have two highly praised CDs released and a third, titled Desert Rose, was just recorded in Nashville. I expect to have that new CD with me at FAI.  This year, I received a scholarship to attend FAI for the first time, and I was also a first-timer at SERFA and SWRFA where I performed in several in-room showcases at both conventions.  Another highlight of 2017 was completing my third consecutive tour in Alaska which included performing at Salmonfest—the largest outdoor music gathering in Alaska. Thank you for your consideration, Carol Phone or text: 304-216-2551 2017: Crossing Borders Album of the Year, Rural Roots Music Commission 2015: Awarded Western Female Vocalist of the Year, Academy of Western Artists and nominated for 2016 and 2017! 2015 & 2017: Official Showcase Artist, Western Music Association, Albuquerque
by C. Markstrom
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Farrel Droke - Oklahoma Songwriter 0 F. Droke SEEKING GENEROUS SHOWCASE HOSTS Category of Folk Music: Americana Contact Info: Email: Cell: 405-209-4800 Website: Stuff About Farrel: Farrel waited a while to start life in the music business after having had a full career as an Engineer and entrepreneur. His broad interests help create the depth of experiences needed to write decent lyrics. He is a Vietnam Era Veteran and has written a few songs about that experience. His songs are heartfelt, sometimes goofy, and sometimes Irish. Farrel’s sound is a mish-mash of Willy Nelson, Gordon Lightfoot, and John Denver. He has performed in several “The Art of the Protest Song” concerts mainly on the West Coast and, upcoming, at the Woody Guthrie Center in Tulsa, OK. He has performed at the Norman Music Festival for several years. Farrel was a performer in the Freedom Folkers Room last year at the 2017 FAI. He has a couple of songwriting accolades:  His song, “Needle and Thread” was awarded an Honorable Mention in the July / August 2009 American Songwriter Magazine Lyric Contest. “Hard Times” won an Honorable Mention in the 2011 Woody Guthrie Songwriting Competition. Farrel Droke is from Norman, Oklahoma. Farrel has three CDs: Kileigh by the Sea, Illusion of a Fool (an EP), and Magnet in My Heart released in 2017. Unlike many Folk Alliance attendees, Farrel Droke rarely wears a hat.
by F. Droke
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Luke Callen-21st Century Folk seeking showcase 0 L. Callen Contact (phone): 608-317-9403 Contact (email): Category of Folk: 21st Century Folk-New Folk Location: Sometimes Wisconsin-Sometimes Colorado-always in my Chevy Astro Van. Website: Bio: Luke Callen is a hard-driving, finger-style guitar picker originally from the small river town of La Crosse, WI-in the heart of the Driftlessregion.  Pulling from the traditions of American folk, blues, and country music, Luke has one foot in the past and one foot in the here and now-crafting songs of people, places, and time in all of its forms. From the Mississippi Valley, learning by ear the songs of Harry Smith’s Anthology of American Folk Music, to campfires, classrooms, honky tonks and clubs across the country, Luke brings his humble sense of humor and humanity to any ear that will listen. With his guitars, harmonicas, and banjo in tow, Luke has played hundreds of shows spanning both coasts, the American west, south and heartland.  He has had the opportunity to provide direct support for Dom Flemons, The Dustbowl Revival, Kacy & Clayton, James McMurtry, Whiskey Shivers, Charlie Parr, The Lowest Pair, The Last Revel, Lilly Hiatt, Chicago Farmer, and Robbie Fulks among others. “I’ll Take it With Me” revels in the past while ever existing in the here and now. It’s sound is reminiscent of the timeless coffeehouse recordings; Townes Van Zandt, Dave Van Ronk, John Prine, and Blaze Foley come to mind”- Big Takeover-Brooklyn, NY Thank you for your time and consideration. Luke Callen    
by L. Callen
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Amanda Standalone looking to Rock out at Folk Alliance 0 A. Nygard           Amanda Standalone is a writer,folk musician and multi-instrumentalist from Minnesota. Standalone has released two albums of her original music, Millions of Blackbirds (2010), which bears the Title track Bird flew Hard for the HBO documentary ‘Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life and Times of Katrina Gilbert,’ and Trouble (2014), funded in part by a grant from the Lakes Region Arts Council. Her music is a soulful blend of acoustic folk/blues strongly influenced by American Roots music. Currently, Standalone is working on her 3rd album and performing around the midwest.
by A. Nygard
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Natalia Zukerman 0 N. Zukerman Contact Phone:917-415-3030 Contact Email: Category of Folk:Jazz, Blues, Folk, Americana Location: Brooklyn, NY   Musician, painter and educator Natalia Zukerman grew up in New York City, studied art at Oberlin, started her mural business Off The Wall in San Francisco, began her songwriting career in Boston, and now resides, writes, plays, teaches and paints in Brooklyn, NY. Having released seven independent albums on Weasel Records and her own label Talisman Records, Zukerman has toured internationally as a solo performer since 2005. She has also accompanied and opened for some of acoustic music’s greats such as Janis Ian, Willy Porter, Susan Werner, Erin McKeown, Shawn Colvin, Ani DiFranco, Richard Thompson, Tom Paxton and many others. Alongside her touring career, Zukerman continues to paint private and public murals as well as illustrate children’s books, design and paint sets for plays in New York City and paint private portrait commissions. Natalia teaches private songwriting lessons and has taught at Sisters Song School, Red Rocks Womens Music Festival, Winnipeg Folk Festival, Interlochen Summer Music Program and other festivals and locations throughout the US and in Canada. In February, 2017, Natalia became a Cultural Diplomat for the US Department of State, playing concerts and conducting workshops with her group The Northern Lights throughout Africa. “Natalia’s voice could send an orchid into bloom while her guitar playing can open a beer bottle with its teeth.” –New Yorker “a strutting brass band one minute, a sighing lover the next.” –The Boston Globe I'd love to play your showcase! Many Thanks
by N. Zukerman
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Katie Dahl Seeking Showcases 0 K. Dahl Hey!  I'm Katie Dahl, a singer-songwriter based in Door County, WI. Karen Impola ("The Folk Tree," Iowa Public Radio) says, "Katie Dahl’s music combines a love for her rural midwestern roots, a droll wit, and a clear-eyed appraisal of modern life, all served up in a voice as rich as cream." I'm coming to Folk Alliance again this year, this time with my husband, Rich Higdon, on upright bass (and occasionally spoons/washboard). I'm fresh off a #15 album on Folk DJ (October 2017) and would love to play your showcase!  Video: Contact me if you're interested: or (920) 495-2862. Thanks! Katie Dahl Waterbug Recording Artist #15 Album, Folk DJ Charts ("Solid Ground," 2017) Falcon Ridge Folk Festival Emerging Artist (2015) #1 Song, Folk DJ Charts (“Crowns,” 2015) #6 Album, Folk DJ Charts (Ordinary Band, 2015) Folk Festival on WDCB #1 Album of 2015 (Ordinary Band) Top 30 Albums of 2015, Indiana Public Radio (Ordinary Band) Great River Folk Festival Songwriting Contest, 2nd Place (2013) Indiana Public Radio WVPE Top 25 Albums of 2012 Wisconsin Singer-Songwriter Series Songwriting Contest, 2nd Place (2012) Big Top Chautauqua Songwriter of the Year (2010)
by K. Dahl
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Molly Venter & Goodnight Moonshine 0 M. Venter   Contact Phone: 512-569-3384 Contact Email: Category of Folk: Indie Folk Pop Location: New Haven, CT Molly Molly Venter (of Red Molly) & Eben Pariser (of Roosevelt Dime) explore relationship - particularly post-honeymoon, post-child relationship - in all it's heart opening and door slamming glory. The new album "I'm the only one who will tell you, you're bad" releases in February. "Funny, smart, sexual, raw, honest, mature, witty" -says our parents. We'd love to bring our trio to your showcase! Many Thanks
by M. Venter
Monday, December 11, 2017
Amelie Patterson Poet Laureate and Song writer Debuts at FAI 2018 0 A. Patterson Hailing from Banff, Alberta, and serving as the town’s first Poet Laureate, Amelie Patterson leads as a strong ambassador for women songwriters. She would love to be considered for a showcase in your room at 2018 FAI. Below is a bio - stream her album at or check out her website at   The clear-voiced, honest and tenacious troubadour’s music traverses territories from blues to folk rock. Her debut album Roll Honey Roll was released in May 2016 at Canadian Music Week, and went on to win YYC Alternative Recording of The Year in 2017. Patterson then took to the road touring across Canada hitting stages at Calgary Folk Music Festival, The Banff Centre for Creative Arts, TED Talks, as well as small venues across Alberta and BC. The first single off the album, “Tic Tac Blues” was featured in 509 Productions winter edit for pro snowmobile competitor Nadine Overwater. On the story behind the music, Patterson explains:   “It’s about pushing yourself to keep going after what you love, no matter how tough. I love the chorus ‘step baby step, you move just like the rest, until you roll honey roll and do what you do best’. It’s about taking baby steps towards your dreams, and being so authentically you that it’s all you can be”.   As an aspiring performer, songwriter and producer, Patterson is constantly working towards her career goals. Over the past 4 years, the aspiring songstress has completed two music residencies at the Banff Centre for Creative Arts, Canada’s Music Incubator’s Artist Entrepreneur Program, Judy Stakee’s Songwriting Retreat and featured in Air Canada's Enroute Magazine.   Patterson has been involved with not-for-profits advocating for mental health and addiction, including The Prophets of Music, Pink Shirt Day, and I Will Survive. In 2016, Patterson’s residency with the Banff Centre produced a collaborative initiative with other artists to fundraise for The Prophets of Music Society. Participating artists have been writing, filming, and recording music in anticipation of the launch in 2018, where 100% of proceeds from online sales will be directed to the society.   Patterson is currently writing and working on a comprehensive new recording project that will include collaborations with musicians and producers from all over the country. She performs with her band based in Calgary, Alberta.
by A. Patterson
Monday, December 11, 2017
Logan McKillop 0 L. McKillop   Genre: Storytelling Prairie Folk Location: Onanole, Manitoba, Canada Website: Phone: (204) 848-0344 Email:   "Logan is a songwriter who connects with audiences...putting himself in others' shoes and singing stories that could have easily been theirs" - Broose Tulloch, UMFM Logan McKillop is a songwriter, guitarist and storyteller from the small town of Onanole, Manitoba, Canada. Between touring from coast to coast throughout Canada, having released an impressive 20 song debut album, and being a sought-after accompanist/recording artist, Logan is quickly becoming a staple in Manitoba’s folk/roots music scene. "If you want to know what contemporary Canadian Prairie roots music sounds like, listen to this album" - Barry Hammond, Penguin Eggs Being a modern day traveling troubadour, Logan has covered a lot of ground with no signs of slowing down. From the open roads of Canada, the highlands of Scotland, to the rugged tundra of Baffin Island, Logan's travels and experiences continue to shape his ever-expanding catalogue of sound. With a tune for every occasion, whether it’s a raucous Saturday night or a quiet Sunday afternoon, his honest storytelling and gifted musicianship will leave you captivated. Logan is currently recording his sophomore album which is set to be released in the summer of 2018.   Press Kit: (password is "anchorless") Facebook: Instagram:
by L. McKillop
Monday, December 11, 2017
Back In The Saddle 0 L. Robertson Back In The Saddle is a Western Music band based in the Atlanta, GA area. We do Western Swing, Classic Cowboy songs, TV/Movie Western themes and originals written in the Western style. We strive to preserve and expand this great American musical genre. We recently received the Best Traditional Western Music CD award from the National Traditional Country Music Association, for our live CD "Born To Be Branded". Our shows are energetic and fun for all ages. Back In The Saddle will be attending and showcasing at FAI 2018. We currently have several showcases scheduled (Georgia Room, SERFA Room, Access Film Music Rooms and Casey Jones Festival Room). We are looking for one or two additional showcase slots, particularly on Saturday afternoon Feb. 17. We can be contacted at And here is a fun little ditty that we did as Back In The Saddle's submission to the NPR Tiny Desk Concert. http://https// And here is the link to a performance video of the band, in case the attachment does not get you there. http://https//
by L. Robertson
Sunday, December 10, 2017

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