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The Lied To's Join Kindred Roots

Please join us in welcoming The Lied To's to the Kindred Roots family!

"Taking their name from the revered Everly Brothers song, "When Will I Be Loved," The Lied To's (Susan Levine and Doug Kwartler) collaborate to put the challenges…

Davey O Joins Kindred Roots

Please join us in welcoming Davey O to the Kindred Roots Family!

"Equal parts songwriter and storyteller, Buffalo’s Davey O. has been recognized on a national level for his past two CD releases with multiple honors among the “best of“…

Scott Krokoff Joins Kindred Roots

With a rich sound drawn primarily from his love of 60s and 70s music, New Yorker, Scott Krokoff, weaves elements of folk rock & country pop into confessional and compelling Americana. He is an evocative and introspective songwriter, and a…

Kim Moberg Joins Kindred Roots

Kim Moberg is an award winning singer, songwriter, and musician who lives on the beautiful peninsula of Cape Cod in Massachusetts. A self taught, finger pick style acoustic guitarist, Kim has an introspective interpretation of songs and is especially drawn…

Crowes Pasture Joins Kindred Roots

Crowes Pasture is the acoustic duo and husband-wife team of Monique Byrne and Andy Rogovin. The duo brings leather and lace harmonies to classic and contemporary folk music in a style that draws from the old-time and bluegrass traditions, including…

Karyn Oliver Joins Kindred Roots

Karyn Oliver is part Joan Osborne, a touch of Janis Joplin and a bit of Emmylou Harris – effortlessly oscillating from bluesy to country and back. Her musical inspirations come primarily from the eclectic mix of music to which she…

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…

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.

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Kristen Graves Joins Kindred Roots

Kristen is a folk/pop singer-songwriter & humanitarian. She has been mentioned by both Rolling Stone & The New York Times, and was given her own day in the State of CT by Governor Malloy for her musicianship & activism.