Spirit Family Reunion is a touring band based out of New York that aims to deliver raw, high-energy honest music. They have self-produced and self-released two full-length albums, No Separation, 2012, & Hands Together, 2015, as well as multiple songbooks and other collections of recordings.
Here they are performing "Gone, Gone, Gone" in front of the 50 Feet of Song super 8 camera.
When Canadian blues icon Jim Byrnes called Vancouver based gospel singer Marcus Mosely on the phone a few years ago to ask if he could round up a few friends to record some back up vocals for a new album, no one could have guessed what would happen next.
The White Buffalo is the project of earthy, Oregon-born and Southern California-raised singer/songwriter Jake Smith, who grew up listening to punk bands like the Descendentsand the Circle Jerks and didn't pick up a guitar until age 19.
Kitty, Daisy & Lewis are a British five-piece band fronted by the siblings of the Durham family. Their music is influenced heavily by R&B, swing, jump blues, country and Western, blues, Hawaiian and rock 'n' roll. They are all multi-instrumentalists playing guitar, piano, banjo, lapsteel guitar, harmonica, double bass, ukulele, drums, trombone, xylophone and accordion between them.
Huck Notari generally refers to his music as original country folk. It is steeped in the authenticity of times gone by, drawing his listeners into old values and timelessness.
In this finale, Ben Townsend and Ben Guzman reach their Southern California destination. They discuss their journey and their newest project The Deep End Sessions, which will feature many of their fellow old-time musicians and a song from each state they visited on their cross-country trip.
Brooks Williams, from Statesboro, Georgia (the town made famous by country-blues legend Blind Willie McTell), creates a super-charged roots music. Key And Chords from Belgium describes Williams' music as "A beautiful fusion of blues, old country and a touch Americana." Audiences are often heard asking, how can one guitar and one voice sound like a full band?
Now that you have mastered the basics of the alternate-thumb picking style, Happy Traum brings your playing up a few notches by introducing you to the songs and sounds of Merle Travis, Doc Watson, John Hurt and other masters of traditional guitar fingerpicking. Each piece you learn will add challenging techniques that will build your musical versatility, increase your dexterity and improve your knowledge of the guitar fingerboard.
Vaudeville Etiquette, originally a folk-rock band, moves fearlessly from swinging roots rock, to country, jazz and blues. Led by Bradley Laina on vocals and guitar and Tayler Lynn on vocals, tambourine, kazoo, and accordion, the band is filled out with Matt Teske on Pedal Steel, Sander Vinberg on bass and Bryce Gourley on drums. Vaudeville Etiquette tours constantly and their energetic sound of boot stomping anthems and airy melodic ballads reaches all over the country. Success is in the wings for Vaudeville Etiquette.