Performances

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"Understanding the deep well of talent that is Rachel Brooke, “a country singer from Michigan,” will not disappoint, but she will ask you to check your more conventional expectations at the door. Your reward is a chance to join in on a midnight jaunt through graveyards and dreams, awhirl with Jungian shadows, headstrong grit, and gothic Americana being made by ladies with guns. Brooke wants clearly to walk a line between the past and present. She does just that with her high-caliber musicianship which, while not chained by tradition, is unabashed by her indebtedness to the poetic souls of the past...In terms of Rachel Brooke, Nashville will be lucky to eventually discover her, but it will always be Detroit that really gets her." --Cat Celebrezze  Perfect Sound Forever

With a voice Lionel Richie called “a cannon,” Nathan Walton is one of Michigan’s most promising up-and-coming singer-songwriters. The soulful West Michigan native’s original music delivers a level of compassion, understanding and depth well beyond his years. Walton has recorded and mastered albums at Jack White's Third Man Record Company and at Third Coast Recording Co. in Grand Haven, Michigan. He has also lent his voice to bands like Stone Soup and the Broken Teeth, Devin and the Dead Fretz, and The Revolving Door. Nathan has new projects on the horizon and continues to create and share his love through his music.  

Texas Outlaw Folk recording artist and self-proclaimed creator of the genre. The Last Knife Fighter resides on a small piece of acreage in a rural county roughly an hour north west of Fort Worth or as he states “I like to call it a chicken and thought farm and the hens stopped laying around a year ago”. This is the real North Texas, for better or worse. Oil money and sweat money and dirty money mixed in every cash register.

 

His writing style has been compared to names like Townes Van Zandt, Guthrie, Cash with his own brand of contemporary misery.

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The Young Fables (TYF) are the promising Modern Traditional Country™ duo comprised of three-time American Idol vet Laurel Wright and Gretsch endorsed guitarist and vocalist Wesley Lunsford. The team is best known for their appearance on USA’s showcase television series Real Country featuring Shania Twain.

Session 1
Bobby Haggard sings
"Soon Ah Will Be Done"
by William L Dawson