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The Brook & The Bluff

The Brook & The Bluff is a Birmingham-born, Nashville-based band that has quickly become recognized for its evocative blend of vocal harmony, soulful air and instrumental talent. The group's first full year as a full band has been widely successful. From charting on Spotify's US and Canada Viral 50 Playlists, garnering over 1.5 million streams and performing at the NAMM shows in both Nashville and Anaheim, the band has had an exhilarating 2017. At present, The Brook & The Bluff continue to travel, spin their musical spells, and reach out to a wider audience.

Originally an acoustic duo in 2015, Alec Bolton and Joseph Settine started turning heads with clean vocals and expert guitar work. In the spring of 2016, John Canada noticed the talent and potential of the duo and offered to play drums and sing with the guys. Soon after, he officially joined the group, expanding their sound with driving rhythm and an added voice. The trio instantly locked in and have been playing together ever since. With new bassist Fred Lankford, The Brook & The Bluff will be relocated to Nashville at the start of 2018. Find out more about Brook and The Bluff at www.brookandbluff.com

Michael Coast

Michael Coast is a singer/songwriter from Nashville, Tennessee. Formerly known as Michael Lesousky of the Grassland String Band. He’s spent years honing his sound from bluegrass and folk, to soul and rock. Active since 2011, Coast is an accomplished performer and he has been described by the Blue Indian as a “natural voice to reckon with, booming and capable of transforming into shouts, quivers, and all manner of inflections”. He has has shared the stage with acclaimed artists such as Rayland Baxter, Lera Lynn, Tommy Emanuel, Langhorne Slim, and Margo Price. He also frequently performs Sunday Night Writer's Night at the world-famous Bluebird Cafe in Nashville. Find our more about Michael at www.michaelcoast.com

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