Marty O'Reilly & The Old Soul Orchestra, Hana Kim

Marty O'Reilly & The Old Soul Orchestra

O'Reilly began his musical journey as a blues guitar player, exploring the works of Blind Willie Johnson, Mississippi John Hurt, John Lee Hooker, Charlie Patton, and Leadbelly. Through extensive listening and studying of the early delta greats, O'Reilly developed a unique foundation onto which he would incorporate themes from influences in other musical veins such as John Fahey, Nick Drake, John Vandiver, and Tom Waits. Whether it be his original pieces, or his renditions of old American classics O’Reilly tells his story through an old and soulful voice, propelled by a sense of authentic emotional adrenaline.

When performing with his trio, The Old Soul Orchestra, O'Reilly is backed by Jeff Kissell on the Double Bass and Chris Lynch on the fiddle. Their versatile musicianship, and soulful chemistry help to expand O'Reilly's songs into pieces that drive like a ten pound hammer, or float like feather and flow seamlessly in-between. The trio was formed in late 2012, and has rapidly made a name for itself along the west coast, being featured at many notable venues and festivals, including Outside Lands Festival (2013), Rivertown Revival Festival (2013), Do It Ourselves Festival (2013), Cafe Du Nord (SF), Hotel Cafe (LA), and Empty Sea Studios (Seattle). The Band released a self titled live album in 2013 and their debut studio album "Pray For Rain" in Spring of 2014.

Hana Kim

Since the age of 13, Hana has continued to write and perform for those around her in audiences of all sizes. Heavily influenced by artists like Norah Jones, The Black Keys, Feist, and even old pop bands such as Abba, Hana has incorporated elements of pop, rock and jazz to match the surprisingly soulfulness of her voice. After graduating college in just three years, Hana has received the privilege of playing and opening for artists such as Sam Bradley and Ryan Cabrera at prominent venues like The Viper Room, The Roxy Theater, Saint Rocke, The Bootleg Bar, and at countless festivals and universities. Hana has released 2 EP’s and one single and recently released a self-produced full length, “Exodo” at Hotel Cafe. She was also apart of this year’s “Kollaboration LA” at the Ford Amphitheater in July of 2013 which had an attendance of over 1000 guests.

Frankie Boots and the County Line

Frankie Boots And The County Line are a seven piece folk rock/Americana band from the San Francisco Bay Area in hot pursuit of fame, glory, whisky, and most of all great music. Frank left a promising career in the bartending industry to pursue a life of even longer nights and shorter tempers in the music industry. He soon found his friends, The County Line, and began to make sweet, sensual music. They have crossed guitars and whisky bottles alike with some of the biggest names in the industry including but not limited to Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros, Robert Earl Keen, Jackson Brown, Lukas Nelson, The Avett Brothers, Justin Townes Earle, and many more. They are elated to be releasing their long awaited new album October 11th at the Hopmonk Tavern in Sebastopol, CA.


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