Anthony D'Amato and River Whyless tackle classic protest songs while recently reunited The Mammals address cultural divisions with a new tune.
Down home duo the Mike + Ruthy Band who invite family and friends to play with them (as they will at Rockwood) and entice music fans to participate in something bigger with their Hoot.
The Buy This Fracking Album event (and album) brought together like-minded musicians striving to build support against fracking and the damages it causes to communities of all sizes.
Bright As You Can finds ballads and bluegrass a decided part of the mix, be it the shimmering steel guitar tempered “Chasin’ Gold” and “Freckled Ocean” or the opening good time romp of the title track itself. However, this pair are far more diverse than your typical back porch combo.