Line Up (2015 Festival)

Hot Buttered Rum

8/15/2015 6:30 PM

A decade of constant touring in the U.S. has transformed Hot Buttered Rum from an acoustic string band into a plugged-in, percussive powerhouse that wows critics and fans alike. Their California rock reveals an access to jazz, country, and world music that few groups can match. While the band’s music belies simple categorization, its songwriting and stage chemistry delights listeners at every turn.

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T Sisters

It is said the deeper a tree’s roots run, the taller it can grow. For siblings Erika, Rachel and Chloe Tietjen of the T SISTERS, their roots as songwriters are buried in a narrative of family and sisterhood. It is said the deeper a tree’s roots run, the taller it can grow.

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Dead Winter Carpenters

With feet firmly planted in the Northern California music scene the quintet Dead Winter Carpenters defy musical boundaries, blending an acoustic mix of rock, folk, roots, country, bluegrass, ragtime, blues and reggae.

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Moon Mountain Ramblers

At first glance, the Bend-based Moon Mountain Ramblers may sound like a traditional bluegrass band, with the classic instrumentalists such as fiddle, mandolin, acoustic guitar and upright bass.

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Achilles Wheel

Achilles Wheel is a high-energy roots and world music rock and roll band from Northern California, featuring award winning songwriting played on numerous stringed instruments and more drums than you can shake a stick at.

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Patchy Sanders

While some find it easy to characterize this Ashland-based band’s music, others hesitatingly distinguish their style as noir-grass, neo-folk, neo-Americana, or simply Alternative.

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Mixing traditional bluegrass instruments like banjo, guitar and fiddle with keyboards, drums and horns, the Bay Area’s Supermule raids America’s musical pantry to concoct a tasty blend of fresh ingredients.

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