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Matt Harlan

[portfolio_slideshow id=1664] Houston favorite, Matt Harlan is a troubadour of the first degree, bringing his handcrafted songs to stages across his home state of Texas, the USA and Europe. Harlan is a winner of multiple songwriting accolades, from outfits like American Songwriter, the Telluride Bluegrass Festival and Billboard. He was named Singer-Songwriter of the Year in the 2013 Texas Music Awards and was featured alongside a stellar cast of characters (Lyle Lovett, Guy Clark) in the documentary, “For the Sake of the Song.” His first two studio albums were well received by national and international Americana radio, both earning the #1 spot on the Euro Americana Chart. “Raven Hotel” his third – and possibly best – record also hit the top spot on the Euro charts after its release in 2014. As with each collection, the newest one features a musical roux that showcases Harlan’s literary grit with a variety of moods to fit the many themes on the record. In his recent travels, Matt has shared stages with Americana greats such as Guy Clark, James McMurtry and up-and-comers like John...

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Fischer Fest

[portfolio_slideshow id=1646] Welcome to the “New” website for Cabin 10, Inc. You will find that some things have changed a bit but at the very bone, we’re still the same. We received some good advice somewhere along the way… “Keep your eye on the prize… good music, good friends and a good atmosphere! Maintain these three pieces of the puzzle and all others will fall into place.” Changing the name of the Rice Festival was easy enough, since the event is held in Fischer at Fischer Hall on Fischer Store Road, the new name of Fischer Fest seemed logical. However, losing access to Rice Harrington’s great and colorful art work was something we hadn’t thought about. After much discussion and deliberation, the Bored came up with a plan; Why not expand on our scholarship program with the San Marcos Education Foundation, and sponsor a competition to create the festival...

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ThinkTanque Fest

[portfolio_slideshow id=1633] Introducing- ThinkTanque, an international petanque tournament and music festival. April 25th and 26th in Manor, Texas. Only 15 minutes from downtown Austin. In old town Manor, Texas, Jeffrey Schryver, Jack Wilson and The Werd Company host their first annual ThinkTanque Fest: a pétanque tourney (French version of bocce ball), attracting 400 players from 7 different countries to compete for a $10,000 cash prize, along with a weekend of incredible live music, set in the majestic, Woodstock-esque, Bloor Ranch. The stage will be erected in the bottom of a huge hillside, with room for thousands of folks to bring a cooler, come spread a blanket, and enjoy live music under the Hill Country...

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Atash

Atash

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Feb 27, 2014

[portfolio_slideshow id=1620] Designed with a world music aesthetic in mind, atash.com is optimized for mobile devices, tablets and computers. Voted BEST WORLD MUSIC BAND in Austin for the past 6 years in a row – Atash combines master musicians from around the globe to create a powerful, worldly original sound that inspires people of all ages and from all walks of life to dance and commune in a celebration of life!  Beyond Austin, Atash has spread its message of love and peace on the east and west coasts, in Taiwan, China, Spain and México, gaining legions of fans and sharing stages with such notable acts as Youssou N’Dour, Maceo Parker, Angelique Kidjo, Ojos de Brujo, The Counting Crows, Diego El Cigala, Omar Souleyman, Fatoumata Diawara, Ricardo Lemvo, Delhi 2 Dublin, Red Baraat, Dengue Fever, and fellow Austinites The Octopus Project.  They are truly the Austin ambassadors of world music. When the music hits you, you feel no...

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Skyrocket! the Band

[portfolio_slideshow id=1602] SKYROCKET! In a city known for its obsession with original music, SKYROCKET! is one of the most creative and inimitable cover bands ever to emerge from Austin, Texas. Or anywhere. It all started when a group of friends, some of Austin’s best-known songwriters and recording artists, discovered a common craze for the 1970s era. They resurrect the hits from many different decades and styles, fearlessly making the songs matter again. And they will MAKE you like it — with a dance party of killer death like no...

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Jen Hitt

Jen Hitt

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Dec 12, 2013

[portfolio_slideshow id=1586] The DC Native and the Texan in Jen Hitt often get in territorial arguments, but her love for both remains strong. Jen performs regularly in coffeehouses in her new town of Austin and has a history of successful house concerts in her hometown of Washington DC. Co-bills have included Roustabout (Josh Philpott of Missy Raines and the New Hip), Athena Radford, John Craigie, and The Blue Hit. In addition to solo gigs, she organized and hosted a series of “People’s Jam”s, where musicians and non-musicians alike were encouraged to bring songs and share and play along....

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Ghosts of the American Road

[portfolio_slideshow id=1578] From their press section: “With the release of Find Your Shine, it became imperative that we learn to navigate the landscape of the touring songwriter, which Barbara did with great conviction; taking Find Your Shine to #53 on the Americana chart, #16 on the FAR (international) chart, and booking national tours. Little did we know how much growing we would do on this journey, not only as performers, but as human beings. Over the course of the last four years, we have traveled the country extensively in little more than our trusty Toy Box, (with 325,000 miles on it), some camping gear, a really good CD, our instruments and a lot of praying, (more in the way of thanks than in hopeful...

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D.C. Bloom

D.C. Bloom

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Dec 12, 2013

This logo was designed according to the clients original concept. D.C. Bloom has long had his way with words. Well before he ever wrote his first song, D.C. was turning phrases and writing speeches for folks like the director of the FBI, Fortune 50 CEOs, a failed candidate for governor of Massachusetts and myriad other muckety-mucks. But after attending a songwriting workshop at the Kerrville Folk Festival, D.C. wrote a song a week for two years running, rising at 5 a.m. before heading off to his day job as a wordsmith to captains of industry and heads of government bureaucracies. The professional speechwriter was slowly becoming a bona fide singer/songwriter. Besides, the witty Bloom wordplay and his slightly skewed quirkiness weren’t always fully appreciated by his buttoned down clients. “You can only cast your proverbial pearls before those proverbial swine for so long,” D.C. says. “The natural progression seemed to be to put chords to my stuff and take the stage...

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Raina Rose

Raina Rose

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May 13, 2013

Radio one sheet designed for the latest album Caldera by Raina Rose.This one sheet features a short bio/description along with focus tracks for the album, interesting facts, and booking information. Raina Rose is a singer-songwriter based in Austin, TX. She has toured relentlessly for the better part of the last five years, supporting such acts as Jill Sobule, The Bacon Brothers, and Tracy Grammer, and sharing the stage with contemporaries such as John Elliott, Rebecca Loebe, Jonathan Byrd, Anais Mitchell, AJ Roach, and Anthony da Costa.  Her travels have taken her everywhere across the USA and Europe, including such venues and gigs as the High Sierra Music Festival, Club Passim (Boston, MA), and The Birchmere (Alexandria, VA).  And you can bet that she’ll be coming to a town near you very soon, guitar in hand, ready to reveal a beautifully wild moment and reach a new depth inside of you through her intensely honest music and words. To find out more information, visit her website...

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Jack Wilson

[portfolio_slideshow id=953] Jack Wilson was born in Austin. He grew up two minutes away from Townes Van Zandt’s Clarksville trailer home. Jack met Jerry Jeff Walker when he was 12. Last month they shared the stage at the Saxon Pub at a late night song swap for an intimate crowd that didn’t see it coming. Went to college, got busted, went to Seattle, started a band. Lived in basements, drank a mountain of PBR, just like everyone else. Met amazing musicians, at home in Austin and in Seattle alike. Kept writing. Got sober. Released his self titled album in May of 2010 and watched it climb to the top of 90.3 Seattle Radio KEXP’s Americana chart for ten weeks of May, June and July 2010. That effort earned Jack a slot at SXSW 2011, and has been accepted to Pandora Radio. Jack Wilson has had the honor to share stages with Sean Lennon, The Neville Brothers, Two Gallants, Sera Cahoone, The Head and the Heart, Anais Mitchell, The Moondoggies, Damien Jurado, Elliott Brood, and The Mother...

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Carrie Elkin

Carrie Elkin

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Oct 13, 2012

[portfolio_slideshow id=1215] CD Artwork for Carrie Elkin’s Call It My Garden which was released in 2011 with Red House Records. This packaging highlights the striking photos taken by Rodney Bursiel. It also features a digital booklet custom made to be compatible with iTunes. With her Red House Records debut release, Carrie Elkin has emerged as one of the defining new voices in the world of Texas singer-songwriters, being celebrated by Texas Music Magazine as one of their artists of the year. She’s an artist full of contrast and contradiction. With a voice that’s somehow both gritty and pristine, the Austin Chronicle calls it “an earthy combination of strength and compassion . . . reminiscent of the winsome beauty created by a young Nanci Griffith” while Bob Harris of the BBC throws in comparisons to Patty Griffin and Iris DeMent, and calls her voice “spellbinding from the opening...

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Carrie Elkin

Carrie Elkin

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Jan 16, 2011

[portfolio_slideshow id=977] With her Red House Records debut release, Call It My Garden, Carrie Elkin has emerged as one of the defining new voices in the world of Texas singer-songwriters, being celebrated by Texas Music Magazine as one of their artists of the year.  The voice, the stories, the images, the grace and infectious enthusiasm, it’s a complete package.  But it’s the power of her live performances that really have been creating an incredible buzz around this young artist.  Maverick Magazine said it best, after a recent festival performance:  I have never seen a performer so in love with the act of singing. That’s the gospel truth. Onstage Elkin was simply a force of...

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