12:00PM Almost Kin
12:30PM Jalopy's Banjorchestra
Many banjos and many humans coming together to play and sing songs many times
1:30PM - Liz+Sarah^2 (Liz Schnore):
Liz and the Sarahs met at jam sessions at Porchstomp and around Brooklyn. They found they share a love of bawdy early blues and jazz.
Liz Rabson (Uke) is the daughter of acclaimed blues woman Ann Rabson, from Virginia but has lived in Brooklyn for twenty-six years. She is a multi-instrumentalist, these days primarily playing the ukulele. She performs with various local bands, co-organizes the Brooklyn Ukes jam at the Jalopy Theatre, is the music organizer at the Gowanus Canal Dredgers Canoe Club Boathouse and is active in the Brooklyn ukulele, folk, and roots music scene.
Sarah Gancher (Fiddle) is a playwright and fiddle player who grew up playing early jazz in Oakland, California.
Sarah Klein (Upright Bass) is an avid knitter, aspiring gardener, and upright bass player. Originally from Florida, she's currently based in Brooklyn, where she hopes to one day find a parking spot.
2:00PM - Nine Pound Hammer:
Tight trio harmonies on Country classics and beguiling originals, with the occasional French cabaret number thrown in.. the Louvin Brothers run into the Andrews Sisters at a roadhouse in southern Alabama, drink a little too much bourbon and sing until their voices crack - and then Maurice Chevalier walks in.
2:30PM - Wyndham & Emmarose:
Emma Turoff and Wyndham Baird play a blend of bluegrass, traditional folk and old-time music.
Instagram: @Emmarose_turoff and @Wyndhambaird
3:00PM - Christian Apuzzo & Friends
3:30PM - Sarah Trabue
4:00PM - Kyle Tigges:
Kyle Tigges is musical artist and activist born and raised in middle America who is currently residing in New York. You can find Kyle happily sharing a wide mix of upbeat and bittersweet tunes with folks of all ages in and around the NYC and Hudson Valley areas. He is primarily a singer and guitar player but he enjoys fumbling around on harmonica, banjo, drums, and fiddle. Kyle Tigges has become a go-to musician for live music for many folks and frequents an eclectic mix of vibrant venues in his community. Keeping music local and bringing people together with music is one of the most powerful ways to boost environmental awareness and create the kind of change that is sustainable and regenerative as we work together towards a healthy, beautiful planet.
4:30PM - Feral Foster:
Foster draws from the deep wellspring of early blues, country, and jazz to tell contemporary, human stories, making for music that feels wellworn and strikingly fresh at the same time.