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Displaying Posts Tagged: roots
The Gypsy Hicks (Mick Kinney, Evan Kinney, Kirk McAlpin, Moses Nelligan) play 1930s swing in the style of the Hot Club of Paris, made famous by legendary guitarist Django Reinhart. With violin, accordion, banjo and guitars, the Gypsy Hicks recreate the sound of French bistros and cabarets where this blend of musette, gitane and “le jazz hot” originated. True to their name, the trio sifts in a dash of roots americana such as ragtime, blues, and novelty songs.
Corinne West brings a resonant and highly emotive voice to her own hybrid of Americana – roots, rock, folk, new grass, and progressive country. She began as a five year-old, writing and singing to whomever would listen. Few songwriters deliver both artistic integrity and popular commercial appeal the way she does. Her expressive vocals and songs pierce to the core and soothe the soul. Corinne West played at the Decatur Library on June 11th, 2009.
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