October 4, 2017
Psychadelic Fusion trio Hydra Plane played a full hour at the Sunroom for a live audience. Take a listen for improvisation and grooves in abundance.
Jacob Stanley - guitar, vocals
Stephen Nelson - drums
Eric Stewart - bass
Keep an eye out for their new release this weekend! (Oct As well, they're playing a show with Thundercat on the 8th at the Varsity.
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August 31, 2017
Reece Sullivan joins us in the Sunroom. An artist based out of Lafayette, LA, Sullivan's music lives in a familiar folk/country realm. However, it is his attention to detail and lyrical prowess that can captivate an artist and truly sets him apart. Tune in to hear Reece's performance and a small talk about his work.
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July 10, 2017
It's appropriate that the bugs and birds were singing loudly in the background for this episode. At the heart of his music, JM Fritz is a campfire singer. A country/folk artist who just wants to sit around, pick a couple songs, and have a good time. The serenity of the evening was no coincedence as Fritz's style is soothing and spare. Not to mention the deep, gravelley voice delivering the lyrics.
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May 28, 2017
Due to scheduling conflicts, Cody Thompson of Wisebirds (nee Mr. Owl) filled in for Christine Brignac as the second co-host for this week's episode. We were joined by Ryan Blanchfield. He is and artist who approaches his music with great care and a keen ear for detail. A folk singer, he draws from artists like Dylan, Nelson, and the Fleet Foxes. As such, his songs come from a place reflection. But he always seeks to look forward with hope, whether he's clinging to it or simply trying to convince himself of it.
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May 14, 2017
Taylor Stoma, of STOMA and Less Talking, joined us in the sunroom. Covering heavy, stigmatized topics like drug addiction and suicide in his songwriting, he often takes stock of the world around him and puts it outside of himself in song to better understand it. He's a visionary composer, fantastic guitarist, and a captivating singer. To top it off, in a style utterly his own, Stoma's songs are often stories that wonder and wander through questions we all face.
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May 1, 2017
We were joined by the infinitely talented, soulful Ameal Cameron. His youthful nostalgic blend of motown and R&B vibes as a singer-songwriter put him on a path all his own. Be prepared for some lilting falsetto and hooks that won't leave your head for at least the next week.
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April 16, 2017
Kaycee Kersch, over the course of a mere few months, has become an increasingly familiar name in the Baton Rouge songwriter community. She has been playing out in various venues and has played alongside artists we have previously hosted, including Tony Cobb. Kaycee is a delightful, bright person who communicates raw emotion through her music. Her voice is full and soft and you can (and, we assume, will) cozy up to it like an old favorite blanket.
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April 2, 2017
Gage Howell is a student at LSU who has traveled the south, singing and playing music the majority of his life. He pulls sound from a meditative corner of his mind to any audience he plays for. Through his soothing vocal melodies and finger-picking focused guitar, he asks only that he and his listeners be present. We hope you enjoy!
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