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"PETER MULVEY is one of the most accomplished guitarists you're ever likely to hear...utterly original...it is nigh on impossible to explain him to the uninitiated his intelligent and sometimes complex songs engage both hemispheres of the listener's brain...one of the finest, most complete entertainers...stunning." - The Irish Examiner
RANDY SABIEN Dubbed the past, present and future of jazz violin by NPRs Jazz Profiles, RANDY SABIEN is a regular at Big Top Chautauqua and has performed on A Prairie Home Companion and Austin City Limits. His instrumental skill on the violin, guitar, mandolin, and piano, in the genres of jazz, country, and rock, is legendary.
CHRIS PORTERFIELD says he is midwestern to the core and we find no fault with that kind of core. Chris Milwaukee-based band, Field Report (an anagram of his surname) will release their third album soon. Field Report was culled together in the studio while recording their 2012 self-titled debut. They suddenly found themselves championed by their former idols: offered support tours by Counting Crows and Aimee Mann, lauded by the likes of Mark Eitzel and Richard Thompson, and covered by Blind Boys Of Alabama.
A CALEY CONWAY performance is a trip inside her heart, guided by a soothing voice and hypnotic songwriting. But her breezy style and lilting melodies belie a profound depth of musicality. Caley's songs embrace complexity, with dashes of dissonance and lyrics that are at once deeply personal and universally relatable. With candor and a disarming wit that that leaves audiences somewhere between chilled and chuckling, Conway sings openly about sex, codependence, apathy, and cheese.
"Bringing a brilliant songwriting spirit that focuses on melody and earnestness, Conway's music is relatable to a wide audience beyond the roots world." No Depression Magazine
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18 S. Water St. W.
Fort Atkinson, WI 53538
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