Folk

Gimmie, Gimmie...

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Drop In The Bucket

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Mother Mary

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Pearl

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While listening to the mellow sounds of her mother’s soprano wafting through the womb to the lilting melody of the alphabet song, Mary Elaine Morales knew music would forever be a part of her life. She can tell when music is playing even with her eyes closed! Growing up exposed to music of all genres—from bluegrass, to salsa, from classical piano to psychedelic prog rock—and having lived through the childhood shame of being forced to sing show tunes on a trampoline for New-Years-resolutionary-fitness-buffs at the local YMCA, has left Mary with unique and varied musical tastes, and an adaptability to whatever melodious mischief comes her way.

About the artist:
Jeri Katherine Howell is a singer-songwriter-guitarist from Frankfort, Kentucky with a few things to say in the realm of feeling stuff, empowerment, and those good 'ol sounds we call folk, bluegrass and mountain music.

With unmistakable melodies and solid grooves, Alanna Fugate will capture your heart and mind with her musical repertoire. Alanna has been writing and performing since she was 13. Her songwriting has matured into a style that allows her to take whatever life has to offer and share the experience with others. Although her music exudes a folk flavor, it cannot be so narrowly defined. The influences of rock, jazz, and the songwriting styles of old time Appalachian ballads also are evident, resulting in a musical blend all her own.

*Winner of the 2007 Kerrville New Folk Songwriting Contest
*Winner of the 2007 Flatrock Festival Song Contest
*Winner of the 2001 Merlefest Chris Austin Songwriting Contest

There are lots of musicians out there claiming to be “authentic,” but Carla Gover is more than that: she’s the real thang. Born and raised in Eastern Kentucky, she was exposed to all the ingredients that go into making a true Appalachian musician of the first order.

About the Artist

Screen Door Porch delivers a Wyoming-grown fusion of soulful Americana, Country-Blues, and Roots-Rock akin to “Stevie Nicks meets The Band, with Ryan Adams and Bonnie Raitt hanging out backstage” (605 Magazine). Grooving, electrified porch music. For this trial-by-fire Winter 2015-16 Tour, Screen Door Porch will shove off for a five-month-long sojourn dubbed The Drifter Sessions. The Duo will embrace a different town/state each month for a series of weekly residencies and one-off shows featuring Screen Door Porch + Local Friends & Strangers. The States: Kentucky (Nov), North Carolina/Georgia (Dec), Texas (Jan), Colorado (Feb), and Wyoming/Utah (March).

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