Ezza & the Atta Boy Girls– “The progression from folk to something more closely resembling rock has been organic and fluid
Ezza & the Atta Boy Girls– “The progression from folk to something more closely resembling rock has been organic and fluid like the rest of her history, but she is not without a significant amount of stubborn drive. This latest change is just another indicator that Rose is, above all, a consummate musician.” – Anchorage Press
Keston Brouillette & the Pickled Hearts- Local country-rock crooner multi-instrumentalist and visual artist!
Darci Phenix– Darci Phenix is a folk singer and textile artist based in Portland, Oregon. She spent most of her early years on peoples’ shoulders at bluegrass and folk festivals, seeing musicians like John Prine and Emmylou Harris, and in her mom’s camper van visiting national parks. From jamming with friends at campouts to having artists nights at their house, Phenix’s mother, a public defender turned musician, taught Darci that art is first and foremost about community. As an adult, Darci’s art has taken her to Wyoming, where she lived in an RV park with a cowboy and to the doorstep of her soulmate friend and 93 year old poet; both of which experiences inspired her latest release, Wishbone. Currently, Darci is working on her third studio album as well as a collection of yarn portals and shields to hang behind her during her live performances. In combining her textile and music practices she hopes to explore the idea of art forms that dissolve versus art forms that materialize, among other things…