Avant-garde folk/Americana artist Nancy K. Dillon grew up in a musical family on the dusty plains of Oklahoma just 6 blocks from Route 66 and that ribbon of highway and possibility shaped her vision and musical sensibility. Nancy’s 2004 debut CD “Just Let Me Dream” was well-received and widely acclaimed by radio and press alike.
An old soul born after his time, sharing the raw vocal prowess of the first generation masters who formed this music, Travers' emotional power makes you wish you could still tune in WSM round about 1942 when many of his heroes were just getting their start.
Polecat Creek Original roots county music from the piedmont of North Carolina- the tradition continues today, with latter-day southern songwriting duo, Kari Sickenberger and Laurelyn Dossett. They have been singing together for 10 years, accompanied by some of the finest old-time and bluegrass musicians in North Carolina.
Jed Marum is a performer and songwriter of acoustic music, hailing from Dallas, Texas. Reflected in his song writing and song selection is a keen interest in history and the passing of culture from generation to generation. Jed performs traditional songs and contemporary songs in musical style that is both Celtic and American, with strong Bluegrass roots.
Born in Norman, Oklahoma, Munde learned banjo from one of Oklahoma's best pickers, Ed Shelton, and did a lot of non-professional playing around Oklahoma where he first met Byron Berline at the University of Oklahoma.