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Kristian Veech
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He/Him
BIPOC false
Tennessee, United States
Singer-Songwriter
Pop-Country
Cosmic-Country
Folk

Hailing from Binghamton NY, Kristian Veech is a singer-songwriter and producer based in Nashville TN. Taking an eclectic approach, Kristian's music combines elements of country, rock, folk, and 80's synth pop to create a diverse, outer space inspired, sound.

Hen in the Foxhouse
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Elena Krell
she/they
BIPOC true
Nashville, TN
Indie-Folk
Singer-Songwriter
Cosmic-Country
Folk

Hen in the Foxhouse is the dream pop music project of Elena Krell, DIY maven, gender and sexuality studies professor, tarot reader and clairvoyant, and circus aerial artist. They grew up in Europe and Latin America and are currently found floating between Nashville, New York City, and the Hudson Valley.

John Lensing
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He/Him
BIPOC false
Denver, Colorado
Folk
Singer-Songwriter
Indie-Folk

I started out as a street performer, writing songs and driving around the country to play them for people. Slowly, this led to playing more proper shows, but the goal has always been the same. to make people care — about others, themselves, and things that sometimes hurt to care about. I've toured across North America/Europe and been called "an artist to watch" by No Depression.

Bobby Blue
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Bobby Blue
BIPOC false
New York, United States
Singer-Songwriter
Indie-Folk
Americana
Folk

Bobby Blue singer/songwriter inspired by his Costa Rican and American heritages. He plays a unique fusion of Americana, and Latin Folk, echoing sounds of Pokey LaFarge, Orville Peck, and Gaby Moreno. Bobby has a huge stage presence and sings as high as Patsy Cline and as powerful as Sinead O’Connor “Bobby Blue is a natural entertainer!” - New York Times “Awesome” - Joe Henry, 3x Grammy Winner

Tatiana Hargreaves
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Tatiana Hargreaves
she / her
BIPOC false
Durham, NC
Bluegrass
Traditional
Folk

Over the past decade, Tatiana Hargreaves has been on the forefront of an up and coming generation of old time, bluegrass and new acoustic musicians. From placing first at the Clifftop Appalachian Fiddle Contest, to her bluegrass fiddling on Laurie Lewis’ GRAMMY-nominated album The Hazel And Alice Sessions, Hargreaves shows a musical fluency that flows between old time and bluegrass worlds with ease. She has toured with musicians such as Dave Rawlings, Gillian Welch, Laurie Lewis, Darol Anger, Bruce Molsky and Jake Blount. She currently tours with banjo extraordinaire Allison de Groot and teaches bluegrass fiddle at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.

Ismay
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they/them
BIPOC false
California
Indie-Folk
Singer-Songwriter
Folk
Americana

Named after a town of 19 in the Northern Great Plains, Ismay represents the work of singer/songwriter Cowbirl artist Avery Hellman. Just as with the name, Ismay seeks to uncover ways in which the place we live changes us, and how the natural world provides deeper meaning. For Ismay, a life lived in rural California connects them with the landscape, providing a freedom to express gender identity, and the space to create music. Mystical lyricism, ethereal vocals, and dynamic fingerpicking on guitar are the defining features of their music. With works covering wild horses to wildfire, Ismay’s sound is unmistakably connected to the landscape in which they live.

Jake Blount
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BIPOC true
Rhode Island, United States
Americana
Bluegrass

Jake Blount is an award-winning banjoist, fiddler, singer and scholar based in Providence, RI. He is half of the internationally touring duo Tui, a 2020 Strathmore Artist in Residence and a board member of Bluegrass Pride. He is a 2020 recipient of the Steve Martin Banjo Prize. Although he is proficient in multiple performance styles, he specializes in the music of Black and indigenous communities in the southeastern United States, and in the regional style of Ithaca, New York. He foregrounds the experiences of queer people and people of color in his work.

Brian Michael Henry
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Brian Michael Henry
He/Him/His
BIPOC false
New York
Singer-Songwriter

Brian Michael Henry is a proudly gay singer/songwriter/pianist living in New York City, by way of Central Pennsylvania. His debut album, REMOTE WORK is a concept album of 9 songs, all inspired by the subjects of various documentaries he watched in quarantine during the Fall of 2020.

The Kentucky Gentlemen
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Derek Campbell, Brandon Campbell
BIPOC true
Tennessee, United States
Pop-Country
Singer-Songwriter

At first glance, you may think you’re seeing double. After taking a closer look, you’ll realize that you’re staring at twin brothers who bare their soul every time they hit the stage. CMT has raved, “For nearly the past decade, Derek’s twanging baritone and Brandon’s timeless Southern soul tenor have wowed audiences...that established trend continues.” Their sound was born and bred in the hills of their Versailles, KY hometown. Brandon and Derek didn't always have music pegged as their future.  However, after deciding to attend college in separate states they realized they weren't happy and started considering their next move.  Both knew they wanted to pursue music, so they decided to do it together and soon found themselves packing up their teenaged bedrooms and with their parent's help moving to Nashville, TN. These two are known for their positive and high-energy personalities and talents. Music and fan connection are of the utmost importance to them and you can both see and hear it in their interactions with their listeners. The young men have been galloping uphill and it looks as if nothing can keep The Kentucky Gentlemen from chasing the sun.

Brandi Carlile
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She / Her
BIPOC false
Washington, United States
Americana
Singer-Songwriter

Brandi Carlile is an American multiple Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and producer whose music spans multiple genres.[2][3] As of 2020, Carlile has released six studio albums and earned eleven Grammy Award nominations, including one for The Firewatcher's Daughter, six for By the Way, I Forgive You, and three for her work as producer and songwriter on Tanya Tucker's 2019 album While I’m Livin’.[4][5] She was the most nominated woman at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards (six) including nominations for Album of the Year (By the Way, I Forgive You), Record of the Year and Song of the Year ("The Joke").[6] In 2019, Carlile formed an all-female quartet with Amanda Shires, Maren Morris, and Natalie Hemby called The Highwomen. They released their debut album The Highwomen in 2019 to critical and commercial acclaim. Carlile's music through the years has been categorized in several genres, including pop, rock, alternative country, and folk. She said of her style, "I've gone through all sorts of vocal phases, from pop to blues to R&B, but no matter what I do, I just can't get the country and western out of my voice." Carlile has been a part of several activism campaigns and an advocate for causes ranging from spreading awareness for health issues to LGBT rights and empowerment of women.