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Past Performers:
Pete Yorn
Dar Williams
Pat Dinizio (Smithereens)
Steve Forbert
Jesse Malin
Lucy Kaplansky
Chris Barron (Spin Doctors)
Patti Scailfa
John Easdale (Dramarama)
The Bacon Brothers
Melissa Ferrick
Dan Bern
Jeffrey Gaines
The Pierces
Willie Nile
Phil Roy
Jen Chapin
John Hampson (Nine Days)
Jim Boggia
Brian Vander Ark (Verve Pipe)
Mike Viola
Jane Siberry
Ben Arnold
Ari Hest
Tom Gillam
David Mead
John Eddie
Val Emmich
Rod Picott
Amy Correia
Steven Delopoulos (Burlap To Cashmere)
Jess Kline
Susan Werner
Mieka Pauley
Cheryl Wheeler
Mary Lee Kortes
Mike Errico
Vance Gilbert
Glen Burtnik
Bruce Tunkel (Redhouse)
Matt Witte
Soozie Tyrell (Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band)
Scott Bricklin
Frank Bruno (Seeger Sessions Band)
Patty Blee
Joe Grushecky
Joeseph Parsons
Joe D’Urso
Peter Karp
Patrick Fitzsimmons
Scott E. Moore
Michael Ferentino
David Johansen

DAVID JOHANSEN started his prolific career as lead singer of the legendary glam rock/punk band, the New York Dolls. After they disbanded, he continued his solo career penning such classic songs as “Heart of Gold”. It was with his alter ego, Buster Poindexter, that he achieved his first hit song with “Hot Hot Hot”. The New York Dolls have reunited and just finished recording their upcoming album with producer Todd Rundgren with plans of a late spring 2009 release.

Rhett Miller

RHETT MILLER, of the alt-country heroes the Old 97’s, hails from Dallas, TX. The Old 97’s started as a bar band and are known for their dynamic live shows. Blender Magazine named their single "Murder (Or A Heart Attack)" one of the best songs of all time. They have eleven releases under their belt with songs featured in hit movies and TV series. Rhett also has three solo albums.

Alec Ounsworth

ALEC OUNSWORTH is the front man of the iconoclastic rock band Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. This Philadelphia-based singer’s unique voice has attracted a global fan base without being signed to a major label.

Ashton Shepherd

ASHTON SHEPHERD is the darling of Nashville, drawing comparisons to Loretta Lynn. She began writing country music at the age of five in her hometown of Coffeeville, AL. This 22-year-old sensation peaked at #20 on the country charts in May 2007 with her debut single, “Takin’ Off This Pain”. Her second single, “Sounds So Good”, reached #21. She has been nominated for the 2009 ACM “Best New Female Artist”.

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