|BanjerDan - Banjo|
|BanjerDan (Dan Mazer) is a solo acoustic performer based in Hyattsville, MD, playing styles 'from bluegrass and beyond' on banjo, guitar, mandolin and dobro.|
|Sarah Fridrich - Folk rock with influence from blues and jazz|
|Singer-songwriter Sarah Fridrich performs acoustic originals on guitar and keyboards, bringing bluesy sentiments and jazz improvisatory style to a|
alternative folk rock setting.
|David Lafleur - Folk, blues, and bluegrass|
|With a rich tenor voice and a mastery of the guitar, dobro, mandolin, and dulcimer, David LaFleur has been performing his unique mixture of folk, blues, and bluegrass for over 20 years.|
A former nuclear engineer turned full-time musician, LaFleur has received honors in eight national songwriting contests, has performed at the Kennedy Center, and has three times been a featured performer at the Mountain Stage NewSong Festival. In 2006 he won first prize in the Australian based Pacific Songwriting Competition. He will be touring the UK in 2007.
His debut CD, "Flowers of Love and Delusion," has aired on college and public radio stations across the United States. His new CD "Blue Ridge" has just been released to critical acclaim. David LaFleur presently lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of West Virginia.
|Brad Linde - Jazz|
|Brad Linde is a saxophonist/pianist/educator living in the Washington D.C. metro area. A consistent performer, Linde leads his own groups throughout the Washington, D.C. area, Virginia,Maryland and central North Carolina and has shared the stage with jazz greats including Barry Harris, John Riley, Marcus Roberts, Conrad Herwig, Ray Vega, Jason Marsalis and Slide Hampton. He has toured Germany, Austria, Spain and Portugal, and performed at the East Coast Jazz Festival. His ensembles can be heard regularly at D.C. jazz clubs Columbia Station, Twins Jazz and Twins Lounge.|
|Paint Branch Ramblers - Bluegrass, swing, jug, and old-time|
|A six piece american roots band playing a variety of styles including bluegrass, swing, jug, and old-time.|
|Rick Franklin - Acoustic Blues|
|For the past twenty-three years, Rick Franklin has been playing and singing the Blues at local festivals and community events, as well as various clubs and cafes, both in and around the Washington, DC area.|
His musical interests are eclectic, reflecting his considerable travels both domestic and abroad. In addition to the Blues, Rick is an aficionado of everything from African High Life, Brazilian Batucada and Samba to Reggae and Zydeco; musical idioms which, like the Blues, reflect the considerable contribution of the African heritage to the musical scene.
|Baytop & Milor - Blues|
|Industrial strength blues.|
|Suzanne Brindamour - Musician|
|Her sound is velvet harmony, plaintive and lilting — as close as a whisper, and just as compelling. She is a poet without paper, wrapping her sweetly confessional lyrics in this gorgeous voice that slides through the speakers and invites the listener in. — Chris Slattery, Gazette Newspaper |
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