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October 2014 thru May 2015


Caroline Reese   
October 10, 2014

Caroline Reese is an alt-folk/country singer/songwriter from Reading, PA.
She wrote and released her first album, “Indian River” in 2010 followed by “Slow Code”
in 2013. She and her band, The Drifting Fifths, have performed at various venues in and
around the Philadelphia area.

Rootbound (duo with Henry Koretzky)
November 14,2014

Rootbound is a duo that takes the traditional sounds of Appalachian old-time, bluegrass, and early country music and brings them into the present. Singer/Guitarist, Deb Kauffmann and Mandolinist/Guitarist/Singer, Henry Koretzky infuse the classic repertoire with new material drawn from contemporary songwriters.

December 12, 2014

Weaving diverse backgrounds of classical, folkand everything in-between, these multi-talented musicians, Jessica Madow and Donna Lang, promise a unique mélange of eclectic fun. Their unique interpretations and songs have delighted audiences from coffeehouses to concert halls.

Charlie Zahm
January 9, 2015

Charlie Zahm is one of the most popular soloists at Celtic music festivals, Maritime, and American Traditional music events anywhere east of the Mississippi. In addition to being a master of the guitar, he brings an authentic love and respect for the music he sings. With dashes of humor and a light in his eyes, he will draw you into the stories of his songs!
Juggernaut String Band
February 13, 2015

Uncle Pete Tawny and Juggernaut run on ahigh octane blend of classic rock, bluegrass and Mardi Gras party tunes seasoned with Pete's
originals which they call ROCKFOLK. Uncle Pete rocks the banjo and fiddle joined by Cat Burbage on the world drum kit, rub-board, spoons and
vocals, (sometimes all at once), and Dave the Rave Larrison on bass.

Keith Brintzenhoff
March 13, 2015

Keith is an expert on Pennsylvania German music, dance, instruments, and folklore. He plays a variety of string instruments, tells some of the world's best stories and jokes, and does lively kid's shows. He calls and teaches hoedowns, and leads the Toad Creek Ramblers.

Linda Russell
April 10, 2015

Playing mountain dulcimer and hammered dulcimer, Linda performs a variety of material ranging from early American ballads and love songs to mountain gospels, Irish dance tunes and her own compositions. Linda’s original songs tell of childhood summers, family sing-alongs and the abandoned farmhouses and eccentric characters of her Midwestern past.

Martin Sisters (from the Celtic Martins)
May 8, 2015

The Martin Sisters Band is a five-piece Western Swing band featuring triple fiddles and vocal harmonies, guitar, and bass. Emily, Melissa and Christy Martin have been playing fiddles since age five. They've been traveling and performing with their family the Celtic Martins for the past 10 years. These champion fiddlers will entertain with their three part harmonies and lively mix of Western Swing and Jazz.