Nick Horner Family Stage
1130am Taylor Plas
Taylor Plas is an Americana/Soul/Folk singer/songwriter based in New York. Drawing from a deep emotional well reminiscent of torch singers from days of old, like Patsy Cline, Etta James, and Amy Winehouse, Taylor Plas stops the clocks and breaks hearts with their soulful, spitfire vocals and charming acoustic self-accompaniment. A regular performer at New York's Jalopy Theatre, East Village Social, Starr Bar, and Unruly Collective, you can generally catch them crooning on both nostalgic classics and new releases, solo and with bands.
12pm Johanna Wacker
Johanna Wacker is a singer-songwriter, banjoist, and guitarist. She draws inspiration from Appalachian folk, early country, and bluegrass.
12:30pm Love? Said the Commander:
Love? said the Commander is a duo from the “Philajersey” area that embraces "maximal minimalism" in order to create slow burning indie folk rock that will make you feel stuff.
1:00PM Trip Tones
A fine lineup of longtime friends and fabulous musicians!
1:30PM Marcus Jade:
Marcus Jade is a blues musician, songwriter, and poet. Born in Indiana, his appreciation of a wide variety of music allowed him to gather inspiration from many genres, before settling into his own unique style of ragged, heart-wrenching blues-folk. Since moving to New York City, he zeroed in on his love for blues music, and began writing and performing as a solo act. His music is medicine for the wandering mind, redemption songs for our modern times, and his live shows are utterly transportive, almost mystical in their power and cleansing in their emotional reach.
2:00PM Brett Altman:
Brett Altman is a singer-songwriter based just outside of New York City. A self-described late bloomer, Brett didn’t first perform publicly until the age of 20. Now, he can’t get enough of playing and connecting with new communities. His upbeat music is a fusion of pop and folk, with songwriting that illuminates moments of everyday life. For fans of Jackson Browne and Jason Mraz.
2:30PM Hallie Spoor Band:
Folk/Rock singer-songwriter Hallie Spoor is often described as an "old soul". With a voice reminiscent of Joni Mitchell, and songs like Brandi Carlile she is forging her own unique musical identity. Based out of Brooklyn, New York, she most recently appeared on Radio Free Brooklyn, and at the famous Sunny's bar in Red Hook.
3:00PM Clover's Curfew:
3:30PM Roger Manning:
A veteran bluegrass song busker and NYC 'anti-folk' song maker. Co-founder of Metro Area Governors Island Coalition (M.A.G.I.C.) @gi_coalition
4:00PM - Emily McNally
Brooklyn-based queer singer/songwriter Emily McNally is creating the soundtrack of the lovelorn & existential generation with their DIY genrefluid music.