2019 Artist Info
Jammin with Jen, 11am
A duo recounting life lessons and adventures through song, combining eclectic musical histories, providing a harmonious environment to commune in. Peter Hornung Aristizabal - Guitar, vocals Jen Gergen - Didgeridoo, percussion, vocals
Jordan Siwek, 11:30am
Fresh off the release of his critically acclaimed debut album, Sun Inside You, Jordan Siwek’s songwriting focuses on turning darkness into light and bringing positive messages of unity and hope to an increasingly divided world. Jordan recently won the 2018 LA Music Critic Award for Best Pop Artist. His album, Sun Inside You was ranked #6 in the LA Music Critic's Forty Best Albums of 2018. His song "Never Give Up" won Honorable Mention for the 2019 Empower Posi Awards (which specializes in songs that contain positive messages). The Official Music Video for "Lover and a Giver" won the honor of Best Music Video at the 2019 Transparent Film Festival. Essentially Pop wrote that Jordan’s songs, “inject optimism into its listeners with melodies that surge with enthusiasm and radiance." Jordan’s musical roots stem from his experience on Broadway as a child actor as well as his love for blues, jazz, and soul, which he infuses into his piano-based tunes. The L.A. Music Critic, Bob Leggett, wrote that Jordan’s music, “truly belongs on the radio, and his songs would also make great placements for commercials as well as television and film” and “we may be witnessing the birth of the next Elton John, as Siwek’s music has that same feeling, especially Elton’s early material.”
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Racket River Girls, 12pm
The Racket River Girls—Bella Kosmacher and Hallie Stotler—met and became fast friends in Harmony 104 at Vassar College. Their earthy and effervescent sound combines traditional and original folk tunes on harmonious vocals, dueling fiddles, guitar, ukulele, concertina and more. Bella Kosmacher (vocals, fiddle, guitar) and Hallie Stotler (vocals, fiddle, guitar, ukulele)
Sunday, September 1st at the Rail Trail Cafe in Rosendale, New York
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Glaser Drive, 12:30pm
Glaser Drive is an Americana/folk/rock band comprised of sisters Faige, Chaya & Eden Glaser. The sisters have been singing together for as long as they can remember. They compose, arrange and perform original harmony-driven music, drawing inspiration from the roots of their musical heritage to create a feeling that it timeless.
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The Eephus Band, 1pm
The Eephus Band plays twisted roots music. Ingredients: 30% Willie Nelson, 30% Talking Heads, 15% Leonard Cohen and 25% cheap beer.
Living Stage Hotel RL, Bushwick: July 18
RAR Bar, LIC: July 20
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Pancho Villa's Skull, 1:30pm
Acoustic Punk rock music inspired by our heritage and, our experiences as chicanos in the United States. Tino Ybarra- Guitar & Vocals Rolando Ybarra- Cajón, percussion and, everything else
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The Misadventures, 2pm
With roots in folk and musical theater, The Miss Adventures create heartfelt melodies that inspire. Playing guitalele, guitar, ukulele and mandolin, while backed by banjo player Chris Horgan and other musical guests, this duo creates a joyful sound that is both warm and inviting. Kendall Singleton (mandolin & vocals) and Jenna Horgan (guitar & vocals); special guest Chris Horgan (banjo
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The BEasy Band, 2:30pm
The BEasy Band is an original folk ensemble from Rockaway Beach, NY. Mike B. - Guitar/vocals, omeash on banjo, Vic Mandolin, and John Henry bass. We are open to having anyone join us for a song!
July 7th, @LaBarracuda
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Less Than Three, 3pm
A duo on stage and in life, John & Nyssa met performing in the national tour of the Broadway musical Once. Since then they can be seen performing all over NYC, reimagined acoustic covers as well as originals. So excited to join the Porch Stomp community!
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Jon Luongo, 3:30pm