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July 14, 2016

 

Jesse Lacy – “Resurrection Stone”

Jesse Lacy, the 2016 Folk Alliance International Conference Scholarship recipient, performs "Resurrection Stone," an original song from his upcoming album.

July 14, 2016

 

Jesse Lacy – “Pack of Dogs”

Jesse Lacy, the 2016 Folk Alliance International Conference Scholarship recipient, performs "Pack of Dogs," his original composition inspired by appreciation.

July 14, 2016

 

Jesse Lacy

Known for his catchy songwriting, singer Jesse Lacy continues to gain popularity; in 2016, Lacy received the Folk Alliance International Conference Scholarship.

June 9, 2016

 

Diane Coffee’s lead singer and songwriter, Shaun Fleming, performs an acoustic rendition of “Mayflower,” from the band's sophomore album Everybody’s A Good Dog.

Diane Coffee – “Mayflower”

Diane Coffee’s lead singer and songwriter, Shaun Fleming, performs an acoustic rendition of “Mayflower,” from the band's sophomore album Everybody’s A Good Dog.

June 9, 2016

 

Diane Coffee’s lead singer and songwriter, Shaun Fleming, performs an acoustic rendition of “Not That Easy,” from the band's album Everybody’s A Good Dog.

Diane Coffee – “Not That Easy”

Diane Coffee’s lead singer and songwriter, Shaun Fleming, performs an acoustic rendition of “Not That Easy,” from the band's album Everybody’s A Good Dog.

June 9, 2016

 

After drumming for indie rock band Foxygen, Shaun Fleming launched his solo project, Diane Coffee, fusing 70s glam, R&B, and Motown funk into one haunting trip.

Diane Coffee

After drumming for indie rock band Foxygen, Shaun Fleming launched his solo project, Diane Coffee, fusing 70s glam, R&B, and Motown funk into one haunting trip.

May 12, 2016

 

Bigfoot Yancey, four-piece folk rock band hailing from Indianapolis, performs their original,

Bigfoot Yancey – “Coyote”

Bigfoot Yancey, four-piece folk rock band hailing from Indianapolis, performs their original, "Coyote," from their album, "Welcome to the City."

May 12, 2016

 

Bigfoot Yancey, four-piece folk rock band hailing from Indianapolis, performs their original,

Bigfoot Yancey – “Say What You Mean”

Bigfoot Yancey, four-piece folk rock band hailing from Indianapolis, performs their original, "Say What You Mean," a tune inspired by Americana and Blues roots.

May 12, 2016

 

Bigfoot Yancey, four-piece folk rock band hailing from Indianapolis, performs their original,

Bigfoot Yancey – “Lonesome Kitchen Blues”

Bigfoot Yancey, four-piece folk rock band hailing from Indianapolis, performs their original, "Lonesome Kitchen Blues," from their album, "Welcome to the City."

May 12, 2016

 

Indianapolis favorite Bigfoot Yancey is a four-piece band that draws its raw sound and driving beat from such inspirations as Americana, Bluegrass, and Rock.

Bigfoot Yancey

Indianapolis favorite Bigfoot Yancey is a four-piece band that draws its raw sound and driving beat from such inspirations as Americana, Bluegrass, and Rock.

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