Brew Skies Festival at Timberline Resort | August 21 & 22, 2015
Paul Barrère & Fred Tackett are talented guitarists with the legendary band Little Feat. They have joined forces to form a duet that perform songs from their Little Feat catalogue and more with a decidedly different twist. Read More | Website | Video
From Lexington, VA bluegrass veteran Larry Keel has been described by some reviewers as one of the most powerful, innovative and all-out exhilarating acoustic flatpicking guitarist performing in our day. Read More | Website | Video
With aggressive stomping Mississippi blues and roots, Swampcandy not only play the blues, they transforme the genre, taking one of American music’s oldest forms and rendering it brand new. Read More | Website | Video
Where many enthusiasts of string-band music play with the period-correct discipline of Civil War re-creationists, this humble duo from Virginia offer a refreshing take on Appalachian folk and classic Americana. Read More | Website | Video
Integrating sounds from Leadbelly to Bob Dylan, from Woodie Guthrie to Preservation Hall, Woody Pines forages through the secret world of old 78ʹs belting out songs of fast cars, pretty women and hard luck with a distinctive vintage twang. Website | Video
A balance of high-energy chaos and perfect order, Qiet’s visceral performances will keep you dancing long after the concert’s over. Combining the elegant excesses of 1920’s jazz with the unpredictably of pure punk rock. Website | Video
Grand Ole’ Ditch
With a style steeped in Appalachian musical tradition, Cumberland, MD’s Grand Ole’ Ditch aims to reimagine contemporary music with bluegrass stylizations. Official Site
The Plate Scrapers
Energetic string band out of Western Maryland performing their own intriguing and captivating originals as well as a tasteful selection of covers and bluegrass favorites. Official Site
Tyler Childers & The Foodstamps
Tyler Childers has heard a tale or two about the misadventures of a few good ol’ boys, and gives his own spin behind a whisky-soaked voice well beyond his age of 23. Official Site
Big Hoax is an up and coming alternative folk band that has seen nothing but continuous growth since their start as a guitar-cello duo in February 2013. Official Site
Ona is an indie-rock band from Huntington, and a small town in Cabell County, West Virginia; population 5 and 4000 respectively. Both are unincorporated. Official Site
The Soul Miners
The Soul Miners believe that good music played with emotion will always matter. Their energetic vintage soul performances have built them a loyal dance-floor following. Official Site
Mateo Monk is a gifted multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter, adept at many styles of world roots music, including bossa nova, reggae & hindustani raga. Official Site
Shane Meade & The Sound
Assembled in Tampa, Florida in 2005, Shane Meade & The Sound bring soul-infused, folk rock with a splash of jazz and mountain funk. Official Site
The Gravel Quire is a dynamic duet that weave together folk and pop music, showcasing creative and playful arrangements of old folk favorites in beautiful two part harmony.
Erika May – better known as EMay – has been called the ”Renaissance Queen of the Pittsburgh Scene”, winning a Pittsburgh Creativity Project award in 2009. Official Site
Jason Good Blues Band
Hailing from Morgantown, WV come The Jason Good Blues Band with a combination of electric blues and blues-rock. As they profess, “blues you can use!”. Official Site
LocalMotive is a WV based rhythm & blues reggaebilly band replete with original tunes and classic ballads that span many genres. Official Site
Local legend Floyd Cowger brings a classic sound with timeless lyrics from a modern day singer songwriter. A touch of bluegrass and outlaw country blues.
Hailing from Elkins, WV, Neotronic is an eclectic three-piece jam band performing a mix of electronica, loops, reggae, latin, and jazz. Official Site
Skip Mason started pickin’ on an acoustic guitar at the age of 10. The Masons are foot-tappin’ Americana-folksy blues, with just a bit of traditional country and bluegrass. Official Site
Comprised of local Tucker County West Virginians Diana Villamor, Ruth Melnick & Ryan Gaujot, Douglas Falls are steeped in Appalachain style tunes that hit close to home.
From the hills of West Virginia, Aurora Celtic plays traditional music for fiddle, Irish flute, mandolin and tenor banjo, bridging cultures of Scotland, Ireland and Appalachia. Official Site
Mick Souter, West Virginia’s “Bard of Education,” will perform his one-man show that celebrates the culture, history and people of West Virginia.