The Devil Makes Three

The Devil Makes Three

Like the Violent Femmes before them, Santa Cruz's the Devil Makes Three infuse their country-bluegrass swing with a raucous punk spirit. A popular group on the festival circuit, the trio spins its odes to Tennessee whiskey and brawling with acoustic guitar, banjo, and stand-up bass — an economical set-up that makes for some surprisingly danceable music. Lead singer Pete Bernhard's voice is a little rough around the edges, but the group's harmonies go down smooth. Too restless to play the typical bluegrass venues and too musically sophisticated for your average bar band, Devil Makes Three are a rare breed: wild traditionalists.- Flavorpill

Jonny Fritz & The In-Laws

onny Fritz (formerly Corndawg) is a country singer, not a singer-songwriter. Born in Montana and raised in rural Virginia, Jonny dropped out of school in 2001 and toured solo for many years on his motorcycle, going on to play shows in every state in the US, along with Australia, Argentina, Canada, India and 11 European countries. However, you won’t find him on your local country radio station; Jonny’s music is more in the vein of that obscure 70s gay country that housewives would discover on a Bear Family reissue in 20 years. Now touring the USA in a retired UPS truck, Jonny Fritz and his Nashville-based band, The In-Laws, are winning over new fans night after night. In addition to pursuing the lost art of the Real Deal, Jonny is an airbrushing, leather-working, marathon-running, truck-driving American. Born and Bred.

Silas Lowe

Silas Lowe has been performing based out of Austin, Texas since 2006. His most recent project was with Bad Livers founder Mark Rubin in the Atomic Duo. Silas has performed at The Kennedy Center, Winnipeg Folk Festival, Vancouver Folk Festival, and Vancouver Island Folk Festival as well as a number of wonderful smaller festivals in the U.S. and Canada.

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