Originally broadcast February 8th, 2014, this live concert film from Empty Sea Studios takes you within just a few feet of singer-songwriter Robert Sarazin Blake as he woos the audience with story and song.
Casey Neill delivers two sets' worth of original, inspired music in this unforgettable solo performance at Seattle's Empty Sea Studios.
Filmed in 3-camera HD video with CD-quality sound, this episode of Live From Empty Sea brings you within feet of a singer-songwriter at the top of his game.
Still Green is the latest release from Patty Larkin. The album chronicles a personal journey in her life and through a time that brought hurdles and emotional struggles. For solace, Patty carved out a small spot in the sand on the Outer Banks of the Cape Cod National Seashore. Much of Still Green was written in a primitive beach shack and the album speaks loudly for a fresh approach to sound and life from a legendary singer/songwriter. Patty Larkin brings her music down-Cape to our Boston studios for one night in a special live event.
The combination of Beth's delicate, pure, and melodious voice and Bradford's soulful, growling tone makes for a beautifully heart wrenching harmonious blend. With equal parts sweetly anthemic, pop tinged folk, provided by Beth, and Bradford's gritty, passionate Americana Roots sound, The Banner Days is an intrepid step for both artists.
Blake Noble, 100% Aussie, brings the spirit of the outback. His expertise with the digeridoo and his 12 string played both as guitar and percussion is an incredibly unique experience. Sharing the great heritage he carefully brings to the stage, he's supported by two great musicians Matt Rieger on dobro, banjo and slide and Joel Hoyer on bass.
One of the nicest guys you'll ever meet, he's a true original. His style, created in his native land is now being shared all over the US.
In a modern musical landscape where we can argue about what the term Soul Music really means today, when you just close your eyes and listen to Grace Love & the True Loves, what Soul music 'IS' suddenly becomes crystal clear. ...and when you open your eyes you'll see that SOUL MUSIC is happening in Seattle right now.
Navid Eliot and the other members of Planes on Paper have achieved an effortless and naturally organic sound that is uniquely their own. Navid's leathery voice and thoughtful lyrics reflect the traditions of folk music while bringing his own honesty to the genre. He pours himself into every song until what you are hearing is a spiritual expression of the human experience.
Polecat blends multiple genres including bluegrass, country, celtic, rock, reggae and world music. The band with four guys and one lady centers around fiddle player Cayley Schmid. Aaron Guest does lead vocals and 12 string, with Jeremy Elliott lead guitar, Richard Reeves on upright bass and Karl Olson on drums. The sense of unity in the band clearly works in their favor as they seem like they've been together since birth. Polecat creates music that makes you want to get up and dance.
Birds of Chicago perform “Time and Times”, From the 2016 release Real Midnight, filmed live in Kansas City, MO – February, 2016.
Allison Russell – Vocals, ClarinetJT Nero - Guitar, VocalsJoel Schwartz - Electric GuitarChris Merrill - Bass
To learn more about Birds of Chicago, watch Beehive Productions' Ear To The Ground featurette.
So Long Seven performs richly textured acoustic music that brings their diverse influences into a distinctly Canadian voice. At once spirited and meditative, So Long Seven is creating a seamless blend using the tabla, banjo, violin and acoustic guitar to perform their original music.