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OUR LATEST NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
GOING TO NERFA? SUBMIT YOUR MUSIC FOR OUR SHOWCASE!
If you're attending NERFA this year and find yourself looking for a guerrilla showcase, submit your music for Troubadours Galore! This showcase will be hosted by Kate Callahan and Jenn Armstrong. Last year was a blast, and we're incredibly excited to see what's in store for this year! Please join us!
KATE CALLAHAN "TRIUMPH" CD RELEASE CONCERT
Kate will celebrate the release of her 4th album "Triumph" at Immanuel Congregational church in Hartford on April 21st. In honor of Earth Day, partial proceeds will support the church’s Green Fund. Tickets can be purchased HERE.
MILES & MAFALE JOIN KINDRED ROOTS
Listening to Catherine Miles and Jay Mafale’s songs is like hearing a story from a good friend. Illustrated with everyday details that are almost tangible, they are at once personal yet universal.
NO FUSS AND FEATHERS JOINS KINDRED ROOTS
NO FUSS AND FEATHERS is the “heck-of-a-good-time” collaboration hatched by CATHERINE MILES & JAY MAFALE, KARYN OLIVER, and CAROLANN SOLEBELLO. Shaken or stirred, NFF serves up a dynamic, cohesive cocktail of delicious harmonies, infectious rhythm, and spontaneous hilarity — with award-winning songwriting always at center stage.
LORI AMEY ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF "BIG AND BOLD"
Big and Bold represents a broad landscape both sonically and lyrically. The title encompasses the overall theme of risking everything in the search for truth. Listen & purchase the album HERE.
KRISTEN GRAVES JOINS KINDRED ROOTS
Kristen Graves is a folk/pop singer-songwriter and humanitarian. This former CT State Troubadour has been mentioned by both Rolling Stone and the New York Times, and given her own day across the state of Connecticut by Governor Malloy for her musicianship and activism.
THE KC SISTERS JOIN KINDRED ROOTS
What sets The KC Sisters apart from any other group of musical siblings or indie bands is their musical diversity, transcendent ease with three and four part harmonies, and the fact that each sister is a multi-talented vocalist and musician skilled in a variety of instruments. Their shows include multi-harmonized vocals, country fiddling, acappella hymns, pop, jazz, standards, and country music.
LORI AMEY JOINS KINDRED ROOTS
Her widely assorted, constantly evolving musical style is reminiscent of Sarah McLachlan, her rich smoky tone similar to that of Paula Cole or Madeline Peyroux, her down-to-earth, disarmingly honest songwriting comparable to Natalie Merchant or Melissa Etheridge.
KATE CALLAHAN JOINS KINDRED ROOTS
Kate is an award-winning singer-songwriter, recognized for her exceptional talents and "zen-like" music. She currently serves as the 16th Connecticut State Troubadour, and was recently voted the 2017 "Best Singer-Songwriter" by the CT Now Best of Hartford poll.