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Dan Sheridan
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Award-winning songwriter, Dan Sheridan, is back again to wow us with another heart-rending album of Americana-enriched Folk rock that resonates with insightful lyrics, stirring harmonies and rhythms that feel as natural as the wind. His smoky, slightly-rough voice gives the songs an edge that catch upon the sleeve and his knack for evocative storytelling rivals that of James Taylor and Neil Young. If you're not already familiar with Dan, one of CD Baby's favorite folk artists, here's another chance- and you don't want to miss it. [ More Info/Purhase... ]

Juggernaut Jug Band
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For a light, laughin', swingin' good time, your search ends here. Cultivated from jazzy jug-band music; 1920's sparkle, Hawaiian ukelele styles, ragtime, old cowboy songs, early jazz swing and their own delightfully upbeat, almost goofy flair, the Juggernaut Jug Band is everything a vintage nut could want and then some. Maintaining their fun, kazoo-rivaling sound while shining with unbeatable musicianship, these boys know how to lighten your load with pure, aural fructose. And I mean that in a good way. [ More Info/Purhase... ]

Kelsi Arnold
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A delightful and charming meeting of Folk and Jazz, chased by mischievous vocals and pinching wit. With the vocal sass of jazzy blues and a both swinging style complemented by gently landscaped, atmospheric tracks, Kelsi Arnold raises the bar on a saturated folk pop market. [ More Info/Purhase... ]

Suzanne Brewer
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With velvety, ghostly, airy vocals, like a cross between Sarah McLachlan and Norah Jones, Suzanne Brewer stirs Jazz, Piano Pop and Folk in a rich, sophisticated base of heartbreak, defiance, despair and poignancy. Her songs can be shuffley and lulling, they can turn the screw in your heartbreak and they can be a breeze through your hair when everything else in life seems to be ignoring you. Prone to Wander is a arresting album of subtlety and courage, softness and power. [ More Info/Purhase... ]

Whiskey Tenor
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Ragged, worn-down, half stumbling, half staggering, out-of-tune bar piano, shuffley percussion, swaggery, melancholy vocals, in a "bottoms-up!" drunken, country folk style, professing hope and sobriety somewhere on the horizon. Well-named as the Whiskey Tenor, he's like a free round for fans of Damien Jurado, Will Oldham, Townes Van Zandt and Uncle Tupelo. [ More Info/Purhase... ]

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