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Maygen & The Birdwatcher, The Holy North, Clare Doyle
January 30 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
About: Maygen & The Birdwatcher
The past few years have been quite a stir for the Minnesota progressive folk-rock-country sextet Maygen & The Birdwatcher. In late 2021 they released their debut full-length album, Moonshine – (which Americana UK wrote is “stunning”) – earning them Midwest Country Music Awards for Album of the Year and Americana Artist of the Year. They joined festival stages with bands like Old Crow Medicine Show, Paul Cauthen, Grace Potter, and Travis Tritt.
They continued the momentum in late 2022, releasing Moonshine’s companion EP, with the “lively and charming” (Adventures in Americana) Bootleggin’ At The Flower Shoppe. Maygen & The Birdwatcher won the 2023 Album of the Year and Americana Artist of the Year at the Midwest Country Music Organization’s annual awards for Bootleggin’ At The Flower Shoppe.
The Holy North:
Drenched in the heartland spirit of Minnesota, The Holy North is a musical force that blends the rootsy charm of Americana, the soulful grooves of blues rock, and the raw emotion of alt-country. The band is a tight-knit group of musicians who share a passion for crafting music that resonates with the soul and speaks to the core of the American musical tradition.
About Clare Doyle:
With her infectious debut single “Devices”, emerging singer/songwriter Clare Doyle showcases a modern blend of soulful country and rootsy rock alongside the bold lyricism that garnered immediate attention when she began performing in the spring of 2022.
Armed with a decade of heartache, adventure, addiction, and life on the road, she began to alchemize raw emotions into a collection of songs that run the gamut from clever and rollicking, to gritty and gut-wrenching. Initially inspired to write by Loretta Lynn and Merle Haggard, Doyle incorporates both classic and contemporary sensibilities into her songs – she draws on a range of influences to write candidly about loving, losing, hurting, and making a hot mess of things.
7PM • $25/20/15
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