Beaucoup Blue is the Philadelphia-based father and son duo, David and Adrian Mowry, and a favorite of the Odeon. From blues to bluegrass, their soulful tradition and contemporary styles mesh into an innovative and authentic sound. They pretty much cover the full range of "Americana" quite uniquely in their song writing and how they choose to represent classic material. During their years together as a duo they have received numerous awards including "Grand Prize Winner of the Billboard Magazine World Song-Writing Contest," and the "Grand Prize Winner of the Telluride Blues & Brews Acoustic Competition" as well as top 40 on AMA's Americana, Roots, & Folk radio charts.
Touring nationally and internationally as a duo, they perform regionally with some of the areas top musicians. On string bass, jazz and classical stalwart, (Ortlieb's Jazzhaus, Delaware Symphony), respectively, Bill Zinno. On one of the oldest coolest drum kits you'll ever see, Jeff Sheard, studio and touring pro from Toronto Canada.
They have three albums to their credit "Out of the Woodwork" 2003, "Hearts at Home" 2005, and "Free to Fall" 2009. All three albums produced by Grammy nominated Jim Salamone, display two soulful voices and slide guitar virtuosity. Combined with great musicianship from accompanying and guest artists encompasses a rich and honest feel, noticeably influenced by familial ties. Hear for yourself two generations coming together for the common good of great music everywhere.
Most familiar to folk audiences as a founding member of the female trio Red Molly, Carolann Solebello returned to solo performance in August 2010 after six years with the band. She toured nationally and recorded three full-length CDs with Red Molly. On her own, Carolann has recorded four CDs, including 2013's Steel and Salt, and is carving out a rich and varied career as a singer-songwriter. Carolann is the winner of the 2011 Susquehanna Music & Arts Festival Songwriting Competition, and was an Official Showcase Artist at Folk Alliance International and the Northeast Regional Folk Alliance in 2012.
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4035 Nelson Road
Cazenovia, NY 13035
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