The Blarnacles have been playing Celtic, Folk, and Bluegrass influenced acoustic music in the Cincinnati area, since November, 2004. The name "Blarnacles" is compromise hybid of "Blarney" and "Barnacles.
Füssen is a small and conservative Bavarian town located in a fairytale landscape of lakes and mountains. It's mostly known for Neuschwanstein, the Disneyland Castle, Mad Ludwig's Castle or whatever you want to call it. The only music it's known for is Richard Wagner's who used to visit his buddy King Ludwig II back in the days.
“Annie Lynch and the Beekeepers owes much of its sound to the lilting country and bluegrass melodies of its forebears, but its musical palette is diverse enough to include a touch of New Orleans Dixie clarinet and some gorgeously resonant cello playing.”
Thirty Steps to Forward has looked at life from both perspectives only to find beautiful was the way they preferred. They can most often be found taking turns flying one another from the string of a kite, to catch a glimpse of Noah’s great rainbow.
Within a few weeks in 2009, the Occasional Orchestra grew up around perennial songwriter Darrell Mitchell, created a unique sound based on his voice and the band's distinctive rhythm section, and for the last year or so have been gigging like mad. Their first Lovely Recovery single was previewed exclusively here on Last.