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Reno Jones’ singing and guitar playing defies all expectations. “A voice like golf balls in a dryer.”, and “You call this music?”, are just a few of the things critics have said about Reno Jones’ musical stylings. Mixing it all up in a blender, Reno Jones covers songs from the 1920’s to the 2020’s; he adds his unique spin to all genres. As a studio musician and recording engineer for many decades, Reno has worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry.
As “The One-Man Renaissance Band”, Wald creates layered, multi-track recordings of medieval and renaissance music: sing and play folk songs, traditional tunes and early music on guitar, autoharp, mountain dulcimer, recorders, mandolin, and penny whistle.
Gypsy Dhrua (Dhruvà) is a talented musician: she plays multiple instruments (guitar, flute, percussion) and is a publisher of independently produced music CDs and videos. Her rich, husky voice will take you on a journey through heartfelt originals and soulful covers that will mesmerize and entertain you.
Steady as a heartbeat, that’s how her guitar style’s been described: rhythmic, percussive, and punctual, with a voice like rose petals steeped in bourbon. Folk, Blues, Traditional and original music, served up in her own special style!
From Blues to Bluegrass, Beatles to Bach, Grateful Dead to Van Morrison and all the music inbetween, Twostep Spiritweaver weaves his way through all of it. He may play 30 minutes of pure blues followed by 30 minutes of sweet ballads and love songs, or he might just start playing to see where the music takes him.
Whether it’s a song about drinking and driving in Heaven, or an unconventional love ballad, Matthew sings about basically whatever he feels like in that moment. His shows are funny, entertaining, unpredictable and a guaranteed good time!
Staying as far below the radar as he can, Raspbury Rearwin will ninja surprise you with his sultry smooth take on the songs you forgot you loved and a few you never heard before. Gripping originals and covers you won’t recognize make for an hour of fun and aural pleasure 🙂
Jamba LosAngeles performs music that beautifully haunts your heart with a smile. He plays a twelve string acoustic guitar and harmonica. His music has been heard regularly in Second Life since the beginning of SL time. He covers songs that you have heard before, but in a unique way!
Sassy, soulful, irreverent, original, acoustic, and always a bit naughty: this is Ren Enberg in a nutshell. Her velvety voice and engaging personality highlight her singing/songwriting style: bluesy and smooth, with a rich and dynamic emotional range.
With Quai Franklin as her amazing partner they are a duo with vocal and instrumental perfection combined in ways that will make your soul beg for more!
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