The Infidel Castros bring a genre-defying acoustic music influenced by their eclectic tastes and travels. The group is a family act that blends early, melancholy country tunes and passionate, Parisian European jazz.
Lilt (Keith Carr and Tina Eck) plays the traditional dance music from Ireland. Jigs and reels, polkas and hornpipes, the occasional slow air or vocal number. With banjo, Irish bouzouki, flute and whistle,
Cara Kelly & the Tell Tale bring a rootsy, soulful, rock-and-roll sound that is all their own tinged with just a bit of the psychedelic. Tying together influences from Wyoming to Baltimore
Colonel Josh and the Honky Tonk Heroes are making their Folk Festival debut, but for anyone who enjoys catching music at a restaurant or bar, they might be familiar. They’re regulars at
Lynn Hollyfield has a way of gently making her way into a listener’s soul. With a deep, soothing voice and crisp guitar playing, she creates a warm foundation for her songs about
Any time Ruthie and the Wranglers take the stage, it’s time for fun. Lead singer/songwriter Ruthie Logsdon and the band have earned 30 Wammies, and they are now emeritus in the Country