Brad Hoshaw & the Seven Deadlies

Brad Hoshaw & the Seven Deadlies

Brad Hoshaw is an award-winning singer-songwriter best known for his soothing tenor voice and his contemplative and earnest storytelling. Hoshaw will be joined by his band The Seven Deadlies, a rollicking country-rock outfit every bit as adept at churning out pop gems as they are at playing tear-in-your-beer somber lullabies.
"Hoshaw is one of the city's best songwriters, a true craftsman who takes songwriting very seriously, and it shows in every heartfelt chorus and verse." - Tim McMahan (Lazy-i)
"His vocal timbre is matchless and combines the haunting almost churchy feel of Jeff Buckley and the country character of Townes Van Zandt." - Sara Wengert (The Reader)
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Midwest Dilemma

Midwest Dilemma's recording Timelines & Tragedies was the winner of Album Of The Year at Omaha Entertainment Awards. You can listen and buy the album at http://www.midwestdilemma.com!

Matt Cox

In 2007, Shenandoah, Iowa, native Matt Cox self-released his debut album Folker's Travels and established himself as a vibrant part of the emerging Omaha, Nebraska singer/songwriter scene. While local stages and small town haunts allowed him to bring his foot-stomping, country and blues to a steady growing fanbase, Cox began to define his singular style by touring the majority of the western United States and eventually spreading his wings through music meccas such as Memphis, Nashville, New Orleans, and Austin, TX.
Since that time, the award-winning tunesmith has been busy recording; My Last Dollar (2009), Tracks In The Sound (2011), Nishnabotna (2014), The Cost Of Everything and the Value Of Nothing (2016), High Places (2018) and performing across the country both as a solo artist and with an ever-changing lineup of the area's top talent. His road-worn vocals and signature harmonica style give the songs a refreshingly authentic and heartfelt sound and help share the storyteller's unique, yet familiar perspective on the vast canvas of life.
“Omaha country/folk artist Matt Cox sings in a kind of rural, unphasable texture, not unlike that of fellow Iowa native William Elliott Whitmore. Rain or shine, Matt Cox’s guitar, voice and harmonica will live in absolute harmony,” Chance Solem-Pfeifer, Hear Nebraska.

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