Andrea von Kampen - Late for the Train (closing set) - Lizzie Weber
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Andrea von Kampen
"We were completely blown away." -NPR All Songs Considered
With over 4 million Spotify streams and counting, Nebraska-based songwriter Andrea von Kampen has quickly established herself in the recording studio and on the road. Her deft guitar work and intuitive song construction display striking maturity, and her effortless vocal delivery has been praised by Hear Nebraska as "soulful and worn-in."
Andrea has shared the stage with Tall Heights, Esme Patterson, Gregory Alan Isakov, Dead Man Winter, John Moreland, Dead Horses, Gaelyn Lea, and more. She was featured as a finalist in NPR's Tiny Desk Contest, and won Eddie's Attic Open Mic Night in Decatur, GA. Her recent midwest tour included a live session at Audiotree in Chicago. The resulting recording is now available wherever music is sold and streamed, alongside Andrea's studio EPs "Desdemona" and "Another Day."
Late for the Train (closing set)
Late for the Train is the folk duo of David Pascoe and Laura Benson, two songwriters and multi-instrumentalists sharing traditional and original music. The pair will carry you on a journey through joyful fiddle tunes and bluegrass riffs to melancholic folk songs, true to the tradition of narrative songwriting and storytelling.
In addition to performing together, the pair recently founded Every Folk, a three-day folk music and skills camp for adults.
Originally a singer/songwriter from St. Louis, MO, Lizzie Weber released her debut full-length album in January 2014. Lizzie’s roots in St. Louis have a lot to do with a woman so grounded. “I feel as though growing up in St. Louis allowed me to develop strong values and a strong sense of self, a kind of self-awareness that sort of catapulted me into writing very personal and emotionally charged music.”
Lizzie is, indeed steeped in music, like her hometown. Her debut was well received by the public. Huffington Post dubbed her single “Falling Like Fools” ‘your new favorite song about heartbreak,’ while the music video for the track has been an official selection at seven international film festivals around the world and won awards at two of them. Most recently, it was selected out of 2,000 submissions to screen at the Reel Teal Film Festival, where it won "Best Music Video of 2016." No Depression called her debut “a confessional record, but one that is very well-handled, never straying into the over-dramatic, but instead honing in on a sound which is personal, powerful, and, at times, perfect.”
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