DAY THREE Artists:

Heartless Bastards

Alt Rock

No salve soothes quite like music does. Like the ultimate balm, it releases tension and stress and reinvigorates the spirit. With a warm patchwork of rock ‘n’ roll, psychedelia, folk, alternative, and blues, Heartless Bastards unlock healing and catharsis within their music. Whether in the studio or on stage, the Austin-based band fronted by vocalist, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Erika Wennerstrom calm as they captivate. After generating over 100 million total streams and enrapturing audiences at legendary venues such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre, the group continue to connect with listeners everywhere through boundary-breaking sonics and straight-from-the-heart lyrics.

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Chuck Prophet & The Mission Express


Since his neo-psychedelic Green On Red days, Chuck Prophet has been turning out country, folk, blues, and Brill Building classicism. After a false start recording in his hometown of San Francisco, Prophet decided to get out of Dodge and found himself re-energized in Upstate New York just a few miles from the Vermont border to make 2020’s The Land That Time Forgot, a record that is much a 21st century exorcism as it is America.

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Bee Taylor


“Bee Taylor is an artist and lyricist who’s melodies will conjure up all the feelings of a mysterious night in New Orleans. Whether you want to parade down the streets or peek inside a shade drawn window, she is not one to miss the appointment of jazz, funk, roots, and soul. If you’re wanting a unique experience of musical and lyrical gumbo, Bee Taylor is the show to see.” - Tes Hill, LBS Magazine

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Chicago-based genre bending ensemble Bowmanville is driven by a profound passion for creating melodies that resonate with the soul. With a deep-rooted love for jazz, blues, rock, and enchanting ethnic stylings, Bowmanville weaves together sounds of timeless musicality. The group's instrumental prowess is showcased through a dynamic array of featured instruments, with Ethan Adelsman (Violin), Graham Nelson (Harmonica/Vocals), Mason Jiller (Guitar), Oliver Horton (Upright Bass), and Noah Plotkin (Drums).

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Anne Harris

Roots / Blues

Singer-songwriter and fiddle player Anne Harris has been carving out a very special place in the Blues and American Roots world, touring internationally and recording with artists such as Otis Taylor, Guy Davis, Markus James, Cathy Richardson, JP Soars, Shemekia Copeland, Cracker, Cedric Burnside, and hippie legends Jefferson Starship, to name a few. She has produced six indie studio records, one live record, Live at the Acorn Theater, and is set to release her 8th album of original songs produced by Colin Linden (Bruce Cockburn) later this year.

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Nikki Morgan


For many of us one of the first things we want to know about a new music artist is what type of music they create. It’s a question that has been asked many times over and to that Nikki Morgan would say “DIY Country!” Nikki’s music embodies both a southern charm and a midwestern grit. It is a balance that is not easy to come by and if style wasn’t enough, her uncanny talent for storytelling shines in her onstage banter and poetic lyrics. She is the heartfelt rebel that is sure to leave audiences of all types captivated and entertained.

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Mike Struwin

Roots / Alt Country

Incorporating a myriad of genres, including Alt-Country/Blues & Bluegrass/Roots/Folk/Soul and even Reggae, this Michigan born artist has forged a truly unique style all his own. Growing up in a small beach town, Mike Struwin began his musical photosynthesis at the age of thirteen, with the piano. Soon after, he entwined his fingers around his first guitar and found his passion to be laced within its six strings.

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