Darlingtyn

Performance date: December 15, 2016

Published on Dec 15, 2016

Darlingtyn performs live in The Sound Room at WEEU, 830 AM in Reading, PA. Set includes “Old Crow Kind of Morning” at 0:00, “Foxy” at 6 :41, and “Shoo Fly Pie” at 11:37.

Extended Audio Session Below:

Darlingtyn is the love child of Philadelphia musicians Jack Shoudy and Emily MacDonald. Their unique style of Americana folk and acoustic roots have made them a rising act in the Philadelphia folk scene. Mixing deeply personal lyrics, vocal harmonies, and a modern take on traditional folk, Darlingtyn brings a unique sound to the Americana scene.


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