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Actual Wolf has paid a price, but like many deals with devils, seems to have come out the greater for it.
Using a bluegrass instrumentation, BRR has crafted their own sound made up of mostly original music.
A soulful, energetic, eclectic duo of real-life brothers, Ryan and Jesse Dermody. They've been playing music together everyday as a duo for the past 15 years.
An easily confused and very shy individual, Charlie Parr has been traveling around singing his songs ever since leaving Austin Minnesota in the 1980's in search of Spider John Koerner.
Duluth mainstay and folk acoustic musician Dan Dresser and his bandmates. Two bandmates, specifically.
Dance Attic's set list ranges from old time country, classical Italian pieces, polkas, 1920's style tunes, Hawaiian music, late 1800's music, the Monty Python theme song and songs about beer.
Acoustic music, driftin' from rock to reggae, country to swing, folk to pop. Strangely familiar, mysteriously strange, uniquely original.
Original-Irish-Old-Time-Bluegrass-Improv. On mandolin.
Old-Time Fiddle and Banjo Dance Music, Dance Calling, and Vocal Harmonies.
Gaelynn Lea has been actively performing throughout Northern Minnesota and Wisconsin since 2006, contributing to a number of musical projects in the Twin Ports.
A group of friends collectively over 15 years forms the group Glen’s Neighbor, which has developed a tenacious web of musical influence and acquaintance.
Solo project of Jen West, whom you may know as the tiny ukulele player from Space Carpet.
"Cunningly brazen lyrics that exemplify wholeness and target America's relationship with the joy and spirit of country living."
Singer-guitarist and old-time fiddle and banjo player. Plays blues, old-time dance tunes & ballad songs.
Northern Minnesota cosmic americana group featuring songwriters Rich Mattson (Ol' Yeller, Tisdales, Bitter Spills, Sparta Sound) and Germaine Gemberling.
Rick plays music across different genres, though most people call it folk because it's one guy with an acoustic guitar. C'mon, people.
This violin / guitar duo plays long, winding, hypnotic instrumentals that hopefully create a kind of mental journey. A few vocal songs are thrown in for good measure. Ideal bird-watching music.
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"Tin Can Gin builds on the bluegrass tradition, drawing in excellent musicians with an upbeat, indie attitude." - The Playlist