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The Dunwells
Emerging from the pubs and clubs of Leeds, England, their hometown in 2009, The Dunwells are brothers Joseph Dunwell (vocals, guitar) and David Dunwell (guitar, piano, banjo) along with cousins Jonny Lamb (vocals, drums) and Rob Clayton (bass) and longtime best mate Dave Hanson (guitar, pedal steel).
Los Lonely Boys
Can anything even more magical happen in the already charmed career of Los Lonely Boys? You bet. It’s called Rockpango, their first self produced long player on their own LonelyTone/Playing In Traffic Records.
SPEAK are: Troupe Gammage (vocals/keys), Nick Hurt (guitars/vocals), Joey Delahoussaye (bass/vocals), and Jake Stewart (drums).
“I grew up in a house where speakers blasted female-fronted bands like Patti Smith, Kate Bush, Joan Jett, Stevie Nicks, and Debbie Harry. I always admired the way those artists made the statement that a chick could be in charge, get rowdy & rock, AND remain feminine and sweet at the same time. It’s a powerful combo. I’ve ended up creating through my music, my own version of that combo.”
Sahara Smith
I was born in Austin, TX in 1988 and grew up in the hill country. I've been writing and singing all my life. I was raised by incredible people who put everything they had into helping me find my place in the world. They have supported me through everything. My career is a tribute to their sacrifices and the enormity of their love.
East Cameron Folklore
An 11 piece rock/folk sensation. East Cameron Folkcore creates their own brand of big, cathartic, rock-inflected folk music with a tinge of punk thrown in for good measure. The band has recently been catching the ear of Jon Pareles, the esteemed music critic for the NY Times, who caught the band's SXSW showcase and listed them in his "Band's To Check Out" Spotify playlist. NPR listed them as "One of the best bands we heard at SXSW 2014," and Austin Monthly featured them in their "10 Bands To Watch" article. This self proclaimed "loud orchestral folk rock" band, sings songs that represent the 99% and express the disgruntled and under-employed youth of which they are a part. Hoping to bring back a social consciousness that seems to be missing in most music today, their hair-raising live shows will have you screaming along and punching your fist in the air. The band is currently in the studio finishing up their 3rd full length album to be released in the fall. Having recently completed an extensive tour of Germany, Austria and Switzerland in support of their album For Sale, Rolling Stone called it "a celebratory madness - music against the system, with brain, heart and clenched fist."