Saturday, April 18, 2015
Tenacious, innovative string musicians/dancers with a quirky neo-trad soul, the ELB throws down soulful folk songs with an unusual live show. Their 2012 eponymous release Evie Ladin Band won Americana Album of the Year from the Independent Music Awards Vox Pop Vote.
You don't often hear words like "traditional," and "authentic" paired with "innovative" and "unique," but Evie Ladin & Keith Terry have brought them together brilliantly in the self-titled, debut album of the Evie Ladin Band, and the ...
Dan Newton ("Daddy Squeeze") has been playing offbeat accordion music since 1987, when he won the Nebraska State Accordion Contest at the Czech Festival in Wilber, Nebraska. He has used the squeeze box for playing all kinds of music not normally associated with free-reed instruments, as well as standard accordion material. Daddy Squeeze also enjoys mixing up styles and genres that don't generally seem compatible. "Music out of context" is the result of his genre-bending experiments with Celtic, Tex-Mex, Creole, Blues, ...
Real Vocal String Quartet continues the boundary-pushing genre-crossing tradition of high quality house concerts at Fifth Street. Great singers and instrumentalists, RVSQ’s surprisingly broad repertoire embraces the diverse influences of all four players, from classical, jazz, and rock, to songs and styles from West Africa, Brazil, and rural America.
The musicians: Irene Sazer and Alisa Rose, violin, Matthias McIntire, viola, and Jessica Ivry, cello are smart, clever and fun, and we’re thrilled to have them here.
RVSQ YouTube videos here and here. And ...