Richie Stearns and Rosie Newton play a combination of old fiddle tunes and new songs. The international touring duo draw from old time, Appalachian folk, blues, African, cajun, and country music, creating new sounds and intriguing vocal harmonies. Fine this music on the Bandcamp page.

Rose & The Bros are a powerhouse ensemble specializing in irresistible Zydeco and Cajun dance grooves resonating with crooning vocal harmonies and uplifting originals.

Rose & The Bros are a powerhouse ensemble specializing in irresistible Zydeco and Cajun dance grooves resonating with crooning vocal harmonies and uplifting originals.

Home Remedy features original songs by Lydia Garrison written on fiddle, banjo and guitar, paired with Rosie Newton's emotive and powerful singing and playing on fiddle, accordion and guitar. Besides the original songs, they sprinkle in Old Time and Cajun fiddle tunes, and a few songs from the Folk cannon. They put their hearts into their music, and find a deep joy in it.

Red Dog Run is a group of veteran musicians and old friends who have spent most of their lives exploring the depths of American roots music. Each member brings a rich musical history of their own and a deep appreciation for the traditions from which they've grown. They have performed extensively, together and separately, in projects exploring folk, rock, old time, new wave, country, Celtic, Cajun/Creole, and their own compositions, at clubs, theaters, and festival across the Americas and Europe. In collaboration, they hope to harness that collective inspiration, finding new ways to express the angst and energy of modern life through music.
Steph "Pearly" Jenkins and Rosie "Snap" Newton are an old-time fiddle/banjo duo who play upbeat tunes and sweet, sad songs. Both born and bred New Yorkers, they met in high school and together started playing Appalachian fiddle tunes and traditional country music. When they moved to Ithaca, NY, in 2006, they immersed themselves in the local old-time music scene and picked up some of the local style from members of the Horseflies and the Highwoods. This CD was recently reviewed by Singout magazine and The Oldtime Herald.