The Cicada Sessions

Bo DePeña

"Long Road to Denver" Recorded at Austin Signal

Bo DePeña is from Laredo, TX - a city on the border of Mexico with a very unique cultural landscape. His experiences growing up on the border gave him an interesting perspective on life and music.


He has released two full-length records, "There's No Way Out of Here" and "Crash My Car".  BDP's records have been said to have "a really solid country sound. Universal, but very personal and intimate" by Last Week's Album. The Glass Show stated that TNWOH "Embodied all of the [classic sound of country]. [It] came together really nicely."

More music and info at bodepena.bandcamp.com or bodepenamusic.com.

Follow Bo at http://facebook.com/bodepena

The Great Trumpet

American made music with combinations of blues, country, folk, and gospel. Honoring traditions and exploring new frontiers. The groove is set forth by D.B. Smythe on the cajon and accented by Sarah Lucylle's refreshing washboard strokes.Sourcing lyrics, chasing melodies, enhancing harmonies, and earthly rhythms are the essence of The Great Trumpet sound known as "Spirit Country."

The Great Trumpet is in the process of completing their full-length debut, "Gatekeeper." Their 2015 EP, "A New Day," is available at:

http://thegreattrumpet.bandcamp.com.

Peace of Mind

Bo DePeña & Georgia Parker

Follow Bo DePeña on Facebook (http://facebook.com/bodepena) and Instagram @bodepena. Get Bo's music at BoDePena.BandCamp.com

Water Hymn

Ley Line is a multilingual folk and soul band from Austin Texas. Through vocal harmonies, upright bass, guitar, ukulele, and percussion, their influences draw from international folklore music from North and South America; imagine Devendra Banhart and Feist had four love children who grew up climbing trees and listening to Paul Simon and Sam Cooke.

www.leylinesound.com

 

You're Lying

Hartley Hall

Raised in San Angelo, Hartley Hall is a Texas gal with a classic country sound. Her lyrics focus on modern constructs of love, heartache, and the nightlife between.

Hartley draws her influence from 1960's folk, honky tonk, western and Hawaiian swing. She has been featured at the SPI Island Folk Festival and the Kerrville Folk Festival, where she's shared the stage with David Amram, Jimmy LaFave, and Seth Glier. She recently toured Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado with Bo DePeña and Greg Butera.

Her latest EP "Fool" is available here

Boy in Texas

Upright bassist with the grooves and the moves, providing low end to Central Texas as well as The Colorado Front Range.

http://www.georgiaparkermusic.com/

Dig a Hole

Max Piotrzkowski

Gloomy Day

Josh Moore

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