Andrew Duhon is a songwriter who's weighted, soulful songs feel like a sweet spot between his hometown of New Orleans and the familiar landmarks of Americana Music. No Depression call's Duhon "A soulmate of Van Morrison lyrically and vocally." He followed his 2013 Grammy Nominated album, "The Moorings," with a new record released this past May called "False River.” Duhon brings his trio for whats sure to be a night of songs that move you and music that’ll make you move.
Lydia Luce was born into a musical family, her mother, a gifted organ and piano player, and her brother, a cellist. Luce’s first instrument was viola, and by age 13 she was performing in her mother’s orchestra. Her debut full-length album Azalea, produced by Jordan Lehning and Skylar Wilson, combines her classical training with Americana and folk influences for a collection that feels authentic and comfortable in a way that only lifelong talent can create. Popmatters writes of the debut release that the tunes are, “carefully composed without the sort of pomp that we may have come to expect from classically-trained performers from musical families. Luce forgoes the usual pageantry for something organic and unique that comes from the heart."
With this compilation of songs born from a collaboration in Nashville, TN, Luce was able to combine what she knew about instrumentation with the fruits of new self-discoveries. Luce says, “Playing strings has been a huge part of my life. On this album, I got to record viola and guitar on my tunes with people that I truly admire. I’m very proud of what we’ve created."