Communist Daughter Acoustic

A few years ago John Solomon walked away from music. After a long struggle with addiction and a brief stint in jail he broke up his critically acclaimed band and […]

The May North

There’s a restless spirit flowing through the North Country that’s hard to define, and sometimes a good song is the only way to put it into proper perspective. The May […]

Paul Spring

Spring is a folk and family songwriter from St. Cloud, Minnesota. He has released two folk albums, opening for bands including Dawes and Shovels and Rope. In addition, Spring has […]

Aaron Howard

Music has been a lifelong passion for Howard. In his words: “When I discovered music, I sort of disappeared into it. He was recently selected as one of 2014 finalists […]

Wes Kirkpatrick

There’s a humbleness about Kirkpatrick’s work; it’s familiar without being formulaic. The intimacy of his songwriting combined with a beautifully distinct voice makes it more than worth a listen. Wes […]


There’s just something about Ellis. She is at once funny and wise, thoughtful and uninhibited, and her captivating voice is matched by her uplifting lyrics. If you looked up the […]

Connor Garvey

Connor Garvey’s songs are like placing folk-funk guitar & ukulele, soulful vocals, and paradoxical metaphors in an electric juicer- you’ve never tasted it before, but its intriguing and delectable so […]

Lucy Kaplansky

She started out singing in Chicago bars. Then, barely out of high school, Lucy Kaplansky took off for New York City. There she found a fertile community of songwriters and […]


Chris Cunningham and John Hermanson have been creating music together for more than 20 years. In October 2006, they signed a recording agreement with the legendary Folk/Americana label, Red House […]

Pierce & Grace Pettis

Pierce Pettis doesn’t write mere songs, he writes literature…End to end the songwriting is brilliant…Pierce Pettis albums are events to the listening. His writing just gets better all the time […]