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Albatross: 
Game Of Love

This new single from Albatross is available on itunes!! Check out more of his music and learn about The Word Of Mouth Project through the link…it’s awesome!

Visit Albatross’ website.

Purchase “Game Of Love” on iTunes.

Dom Flemons: 
Keep On Truckin' Momma

“A multi-instrumentalist, Dom plays banjo, guitar, harmonica, fife, bones, bass drum, snare drum and quills, in addition to singing. He says that he incorporates his background in percussion to his banjo playing. Dom’s banjo repertoire includes not only clawhammer but also tenor and three-finger styles of playing. He first picked up the instrument when he borrowed a five-string banjo from a friend who had removed the instrument’s fifth string.”

Visit Dom Flemons’ website.

Recorded at Rhythm N’ Blooms Fest 2014.

Four Leaf Peat: 
Welcome Poor Paddy Home

Four Leaf Peat is East Tennessee’s premier Traditional Irish Band and recently celebrated their tenth year with a new album, Live at the Laurel Theater!  Traditional Irish music ranges from vibrant dance tunes to soulful songs and Four Leaf Peat’s performances are always marked by a keen sense of the tradition mixed with just the right amount of influence from the rich musical history of East Tennessee.

Visit Four Leaf Peat‘s website.

Recorded at Rhythm N Blooms Fest 2014.

Brett Dennen: 
Who Am I

“In 2004, Dennen released his first self-titled album, Brett Dennen. His second album was So Much More, which includes the singles “Ain’t No Reason”, “She’s Mine”, and “Darlin’ Do Not Fear”. A few songs charted as iTunes top downloads in the days following the album’s release in November 2006. [1] Dennen also contributed a cover of “Private Life” to the 2006 tribute album Drink To Bones That Turn To Dust: A Toast To Oingo Boingo.”

Visit Brett Dennen‘s website.

Recorded at Rhythm N Blooms Fest 2014.

The Appalachian Hippie Poet: 
Red Red Wine

“A man who is an eighth generation Tennessean.A man who finds inspiration in a jar of moonshine, but not in the way you might think.However, for most of his life, the Appalachian Hippie Poet was just known as Bill Alexander.”

Visit The Appalachian Hippie Poet‘s website.

Recorded at Rhythm N Blooms Fest 2014.

Dom Flemons: 
Baby Please Loan Me Your Heart

“Dom says he would like to use the traditional forms of music he has heard and immersed himself in over the years to create new soundscapes that generate interest in old-time folk music. Focusing very much on creating music that is rooted in history but taking a contemporary approach, Dom hopes to reexamine what traditional music can become.”

Visit Dom Flemons‘ website.

Recorded at Rhythm N Blooms Fest 2014.

Guy Marshall: 
Cigarette Smoke

“Guy Marshall is led by Adam McNulty. His wife, Serrena McNulty, began singing his songs with him in August 2011. With a rotating cast of talented friends, they became Guy Marshall.”

Visit Guy Marshall‘s website.

Recorded at Rhythm N Blooms Fest  2014.

Robert Ellis: 
Steady As The Rising Sun

“With every remarkable cut, with every twist and turn, Robert’s life and his
experience, shine through. His days growing up in a small industrial town in
Texas, his move to Houston, and now as a 25-year-old man, when not on the
road performing around the world, living with his wife in Nashville.”

Visit Robert Ellis‘ website.

Recorded at Rhythm N Blooms Fest.

Josh Oliver: 
Lonesome Heartbroken Blues

“Armed with a voice that was raised on hymnals and baptisms; and guitar playing that attempts to speak to the hopeful, as well as the heartbroken, Josh Oliver has rightfully forged a well respected residency in the Americana genre.”

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Recorded at Rhythm N Blooms Fest.

Brett Dennen: 
When We Were Young

Brett Dennen’s music career began humbly around the camps of the Sierra Nevada mountain range–a retreat to which he would eventually return for inspiration on Smoke and Mirrors. Brett’s 2006 release, So Much More, officially launched him as a discovery artist and drew frequent comparisons to troubadours like Paul Simon and Tom Petty.

Visit Brett Dennen‘s website.

Recorded at Rhythm N Blooms Fest.