2019 Artist Info
Nico Padden, 11am
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Chelsea Paolini, 11:25am
Dave & Susan Cadaqu, 12:15pm
Concerned members of humanity. Happy to be singing original songs at Porch Stomp and soak up the good feeling. The trail starts at: . Dave Cadaqu: guitar & harmonica, vocals Susan Cadaqu: Harmony and rhythm instruments
In the studio all summer working on Album No. 2
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Johanna Wacker and Mary Duet, 11am
Johanna Wacker and Mary Duet both grew up in NYC, and met at LaGuardia high school through the songwriting program. Their influences range from Appalachian traditional music to early country. Johanna’s family hails from the mountains of Virginia, and her interest in Appalachian music stems from her heritage. Mary is currently studying at Berklee College of Music.
Jalopy Roots n’ Ruckus (July 3)
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Jesse Cohen, 1:05pm
Kiril Orenstein, 1:30pm
Kiril Orenstein of BEARS plays songs that are strange and pretty and remind you of something, but you're not sure what. One person. Acoustic guitar and voice.
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Tom Schecter, 1:55pm
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Ben Kogan, 2:20pm
Brandon Whightsel, 2:45pm
Olivia and the Significant Others, 3:10pm
Olivia Lloyd is a songwriter, singer and occasional bread baker based in Brooklyn, NY. Her band, Olivia & The Significant Others, performs original tunes all over the New York City area.
July 11 at Pete's Candy Store, 9 PM
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Zoe Guigueno, 335pm
Zoe Guigueno is a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter transplanted from a small island in British Columbia to a third-floor walk-up in Ditmas Park. For the last ten years she has been touring all over the world as a bassist in many different bands, picking up all kinds of stories and experiences along the way. A studio collaboration with Brooklyn-based producer Alec Spiegelman resulted in her debut recording, "Five Songs". Zoe’s next album is in the works and will be out early 2020.
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Andrew Dunn, 3:35pm
A favorite on the NJ folk scene, Andrew has been repeatedly featured on the legendary stages of The Folk Project and Godfrey Daniels. He has opened for folk icon, Judy Collins. In 2018, Andrew was a finalist in the prestigious Kerrville Grassy Hill Songwriter's Competition. He was also a finalist in the Great American Song Contest. Later this year, he will be opening for Richard Shindell. The music, like his point of view, is full of space and completely irresistible. His songs have been called “rare…with a gravity akin to James Taylor.” Dunn’s latest CD, House Above the Factory, places an Americana shine on his unique panorama of everyday experiences.
Black Potatoe festival July 12 in Clinton, NJ
Opening for Richard Shindell August 16 at The Troubadour Acoustic Concert Series in Morristown, NJ
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Jeremy Ain, 4:25pm