Sky in the Road creates music with an organic feel that reflects their unique native Oregonian perspective. They describe their music as folk-based winding its way through Americana, country, Celtic, world folk, gypsy jazz, new age, rock, reggae and more. Known for their tight, soaring vocal harmonies they fill out their sound with a variety of instrumentation including 6 and 12 string guitar, Irish bouzouki, banjo and East Indian harmonium.
Steve Cheseborough re-creates the blues and hokum of the 1920s-30s, interspersing the songs with stories, history and humor.
Ken’s passion has always been music; his primary instruments are his guitar and mandolin. His focus is on the various styles and artistry of the early 20th century, including older jazz, blues, folk and country. His mission is to share his musical ramblings in an entertaining and engaging style.
Guitarist, singer and songwriter Mary Flower is that rare breed of American roots artist. Her devotion to the art form is both lovingly and historically accurate, yet her creativity lends it vitality and energy that it might continue, evolve and flourish in an age of increasingly digitized and compressed music.
The Hops & Honey brews up an intoxicating blend of ragtime, early jazz, and country blues music from the 1920s and ‘30s. Audiences of all ages enjoy the authentic string band sound, which includes spirited vocals, fiddle, string bass, fingerstyle guitar, and rustic percussion. The band does its best to bring the old songs to life as they were originally played.