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2014 Sisters Folk Festival Lineup
(This is Only the Beginning!)

The DuhksEric BibbRuth Moody BandThe Black LilliesSteve PoltzSam BakerPaper BirdDavid FranceySara HickmanCaravan of ThievesCahalen Morrison & Eli WestQristina & Quinn Bachand


The Duhks
"Founded in 2002, the Grammy-winning Canadian acoustic roots band boasts a diverse collection of musical influences, including old-time, jazz, Celtic folk, and even punk. For nearly a decade, they blended these disparate genres into an irresistible sound that simultaneously feels both traditional and modern."


Eric Bibb
"Already enjoying success in Europe, Grammy nominee Eric Bibb is becoming a familiar face - and voice - in the U.S. Nominated for nine W.C. Handy Blues Music Awards and winner of the Best Newcomer title in the British Blues Awards, Bibb has been appropriately described as 'discreetly awesome' and 'a total original.' As his popularity escalates, earlier comparisons to legendary greats Ry Cooder and Taj Mahal are being replaced by quotes that speak to Bibb's ability to 'use standard blues ingredients to cook up something all his own.'"


Ruth Moody Band
"Ruth Moody is a two-time Juno Award-winning singer-songwriter from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Founding member of the internationally renowned, Billboard-charting trio The Wailin' Jennys, and former lead singer of the Canadian roots band Scruj MacDuhk, she has performed in sold-out venues around the world, made numerous critically acclaimed albums, received five Juno awards nominations, and has appeared more than a dozen times on the American national radio show A Prairie Home Companion."


The Black Lillies
"The music is breakneck, brazen and beautiful; gentle Laurel Canyon folk, the honky-tonk heartache of classic country, winding jams and flat-out rock'n'roll. These songs will haunt your thoughts, rattling through your head like a crooked screen door slaps against its frame when a storm is coming. "


Steve Poltz
"Southern California's Steve Poltz is one of the most beloved songwriters of his generation. His music - as both a solo artist and with cult legends The Rugburns - has enjoyed long stretches in the Billboard top ten, gobbled up acres of mainstream radio and appeared in scores of television shows, commercials and movies. He has collaborated with everyone from Jewel to Glenn Tillbrook to Mojo Nixon, and his legendary live show has earned him a ferocious global fan base that makes soccer hooligans seem coquettish and reserved. In fact, X front man John Doe once said, 'My idea of hell would be having Steve Poltz open for me every day. There's no place left for the audience to go.'"


Sam Baker
"Sam Baker is a man of few words. Always beautifully chosen, and fully wrought. Words placed like plants and objects in a Zen Garden. His website is stark: white, black, sepia, and shades of gray. Baker turned inward, to relearn the use of his body and brain after a Peruvian train bombing almost killed him in 1986. It's taken years to heal. Time to reconnect. The road back was arduous, but it opened up new vistas in art, poetry, and music."


Paper Bird
"Since the band's formation over 5 years ago, Paper Bird has been playing its joyful blend of folk, roots, and Americana to delighted audiences across the country. Their unique sound is a combination of a dynamic and energetic rhythm section intertwined with effortless and glowing harmonies."


David Francey
"A truly authentic folk singer, Francey is a documentarian of the working person; who never imagined earning a living from his music. But when he was in his 40s, his wife, artist Beth Girdler, encouraged him to share his songs and sing in public. The reaction was instant. His first album, 'Torn Screen Door,' came out in 1999 and was a hit in Canada. Since then, he has released ten albums, won three Juno Awards and has had his songs covered by such artists as The Del McCoury Band, The Rankin Family, James Keelaghan and Tracy Grammer."


Sara Hickman
"Since she started performing at the age of seven, Hickman has been embraced by both followers and critics. The Associated Press proclaims, 'Seek out her albums and club shows for her melodic sense, excellent guitar playing, rich voice and mix of sunny optimism with heartache.' Hickman's home state of Texas loves her, too, naming her the 2010-2011 'Official State Musician of Texas,' joining luminaries such as Willie Nelson and Lyle Lovett."


Caravan of Thieves
"Driving gypsy jazz rhythms, acoustic guitars, upright bass and violin lay the foundation for mesmerizing vocal harmonies and fantastic stories. It's theatrical and humorous. It's musical and intense. It entertains, dazzles and defies classification while welcoming the spectator to join the band throughout the performance in momentary fits of claps, snaps and sing-alongs."


Cahalen Morrison & Eli West
"Cahalen Morrison & Eli West are, simply put, two of the most innovative and subtle roots musicians today. Their music draws from old folk sources, but it sounds vibrantly alive. Cahalen Morrison writes songs that sound like a Cormac McCarthy novel: simple, beautifully crafted, and seemingly formed from raw natural elements."


Qristina & Quinn Bachand
"With deep Asturian and Breton roots, Canadian-born Qristina and Quinn Bachand have quickly emerged at the top of the international Celtic music world, winning 2010 Top Traditional Group and 2011 Top Duo at the Irish Music Awards. Since 2009 the duo have also received three Canadian Folk Music Award nominations, a 2012 Western Canadian Music Award nomination for World Recording of the Year and four 2013 Vancouver Island Music Award nominations, winning the Award for Young Performer of the Year. "

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