Ellis Paul with Antje Duvekot
One of the leading voices in American songwriting, Ellis Paul was a principle figure in the wave of singer/songwriters that emerged from the Boston folk scene, creating a movement that revitalized the national acoustic circuit with an urban, literate, folk pop style that helped renew interest in the genre in the 1990's.
Paul is a critically-acclaimed singer, songwriter, poet, and troubadour originally hailing from a potato farming family in northern Maine. He has earned thirteen Boston Music Awards, second only to multi-platinum act, Aerosmith. Ellis Paul has built a vast catalog of music which weds striking poetic imagery and philosophical introspection with hook-laden melodies.
Official Website: www.EllisPaul.com
Song Samples: www.MySpace.com/EllisPaul
Antje Duvekot (pronounced: Aunt-yuh Doo-va-kot) is one of the brightest singer-songwriters to rise out of Boston's competitive acoustic music scene.
Duvekot was born in Heidelberg, Germany and moved to the United States at the age of 13. She began recording music on her own at 16, producing limited-edition cassette tapes for her friends. At 18 she won the first open mic competition she entered, at the Sam Adams Brewpub in Philadelphia.
She has been honored with the Boston Music Award for Outstanding Folk Act and has won the grand prize in the rock category of the John Lennon Songwriting Contest.
Official Website: www.AntjeDuvekot.com
Song Samples: www.MySpace.com/AntjeDuvekot
Columbus Performing Arts Center (Shedd Theater)
549 Franklin Avenue
Columbus, OH 43215
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