Californian singer-songwriter Brett Dennen joins forces with Nashville indie folk singer-songwriter Erin Rae.
Recorded under the name Novo Amor, Ali Lacey's music weaves together many exquisite strands, from gently picked acoustic guitars to subtle but moving strings. Still, no facet of Lacey's sound is more delicate than his soft, airy, fragile falsetto.
The Cedar Stars (The Cedar Cultural Center's Youth Council) present a unique panel discussion at Brian Coyle Center, featuring Nigerian singer-songwriter, Carolyne Naomi Music, R&B and Alternative artist and producer, Temezgen, and poet and hip-hop artist Amjet Kemet.
Rescheduled from the Global Roots Festival, East African Diaspora Artists Initiative founder Lula Saleh has curated a special night of free music from three local artists spanning various genres. Nigerian singer-songwriter, Carolyne Naomi, Eritrean American R&B artist and producer, Temezgen, and Sudanese American poet and hip-hop artist Amjet Kemet will share the stage for a noteworthy night of songs, beats, and spoken word.
A thoughtful lyricist taking his poetic inspiration, songcraft ideas, and even a few fashion cues from Bob Dylan, Ezra Furman makes unpretentious indie folk/indie pop that's raw, deep, and achingly sentimental.
A night of new music with local orchestral pop group Sister Species and local folk and blues singer-songwriter Lena Elizabeth!
Since he first appeared on the scene in the early ’90s, Williams has defined the term independent artist. Keller built his reputation initially on his engaging live performances, no two of which are ever alike. Through Keller’s acoustic guitar and sample-based approach, the music often leans toward a hybrid of alternative folk and groovy electronica, a genre Keller jokingly calls “acoustic dance music.”
Ali Shaheed Muhammed (of A Tribe Called Quest) & Adrian Younge, two of hip-hop’s biggest name composers, bring you a work of orchestral soul, evoking the aura of 1920s Harlem.
Singer-songwriters Deb Talan & Steve Tannen began writing together the night they met, and soon formed indie band The Weepies. On the strength of their simple yet insightful songwriting and distinctive harmonies, they’ve released five records over seven years, while getting married and having three children along the way. Join them for a special holiday acoustic show at The Cedar.