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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.
Jim Hurst performs live in The Sound Room at WEEU, 830 AM in Reading, PA. Set includes “I ain’t got the blues” at 0:00, “I picked the wildwood flower” at 3:04, and “Cold hard business” at 6:05.
Jim Hurst’s unique picking style and mastery of bluegrass guitar wows audiences and is revered by both novice guitar
Roy Schneider performs in The Sound Room at WEEU, 830 AM in Reading, PA. Set includes “Cabin in the Sky” at 0:00, “The Book of Love” at 6:14, and “Under the Lights of the Angels” at 11:46.
Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Roy Schneider has been touring and performing full-time with musical partner Kim Mayfield since 2008, sharing
Mo7s hails from Berks County, Pa., and features the guitars, vocals and songwriting of Dave Lewis and Amy Tomaszewski. Their genre-jumping debut CD, “Hate Mail From a Love Child,” features seven originals and seven reconceived covers. Watch them perform “Pretty Good Year” at 0m11s, “Sweet Young Kid” at 4m19s and “Think of You” at 9m22s
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About the band
With a name appropriated from a coin minted in 1946, it comes as no surprise that historical reference points underscore the music of the East Coast based quartet Roosevelt Dime. This engaging brotherhood of musicians traces the rich tributaries of Americana – Blues, Bluegrass, and New Orleans juke joint Rhythm &