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Gladden House Sessions 2017: The Easy Leaves

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Originally from Sonoma, CA, the songwriting duo of Sage Fifield and Kevin Carduccil first started making music together in 2008, and are now based out of San Francisco, performing and recording as The Easy Leaves. The two have been steadily honing their solidly countrified brand of folk and bluegrass-tinged originals, and those efforts have yielded numerous releases,… Read More

Gladden House Sessions 2017: Tyler Childers

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A native of Lawrence County, KY, Tyler Childers has been churning up buzz amongst peers and critics alike for nearly a decade. His world-weary combination of country, folk, and bluegrass have culminated now with his highly anticipated album Purgatory, due out on August 4 on Hickman Holler Records/Thirty Tigers. Childers’ newest release is the result… Read More

Gladden House Sessions 2017: Swarming Branch

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Columbus, OH-based Swarming Branch have been described as “the band you should to start listening to… right now.” Andrew Graham, vocalist/guitarist/songwriter,  has been expanding his musical palette since the early 2000s and as such, has been steadily gathering a devoted fanbase across Ohio and beyond with Swarming Branch. For their latest LP, Surreal Number (Sofa Burn Records), the band… Read More

Gladden House Sessions 2017: Mirah

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Since the late ’90s, Brooklyn-based Mirah Yom Tov Zeitlynhas has been crafting an impressive discography of free and individualistic pop music. With nearly a dozen albums to date, Mirah is known for her introspective and insightful songwriting, as well as a willingness to build collaborations across genres, which includes an array of different songwriters, orchestral composers, and DJs. Long… Read More

Gladden House Sessions 2017: Sara Watkins

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California native Sara Watkins has been working in the music industry since the ’80s; best known for her role as a founding member of the band Nickel Creek. While she has also has claimed collaborations with the likes of The Decemberists and Watkins Family Hour, Watkins has continued to release remarkable solo albums since 2009, culminating… Read More

Gladden House Sessions 2017: The Cactus Blossoms

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The Cactus Blossoms hail from St. Paul, MN, and since 2013 they have been building a thoroughly infectious sound with a hybrid of aching songwriting and Everly Brothers inspired vocals. Recently “discovered” by rockabilly revivalist JD McPherson, brothers and guitarist/vocalists Jack Torrey and Page Burkum joined McPherson in the studio to deliver the widely heralded debut You’re Dreaming (Red… Read More

Gladden House Sessions 2017: Marisa Anderson

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The atmospheric and sprawling guitar stylings of Marisa Anderson have endeared her to a rising fan base, culminating in recent shows with the likes of Daniel Lanois and Thurston Moore. The Portland, OR native has crafted a timely space of her own through her enthralling instrumental guitarwork. Anderson has drawn inspiration from guitarists across the… Read More

Gladden House Sessions 2017: Cloud Nothings

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Over the course of the 2017 Nelsonville Music Festival, which took place at Robbins Crossing on the Hocking College campus June 1-4, Ohio University’s School of Media Arts and Studies students recorded a series of stripped down performances from some of the festival’s acts. The performances include a quick interview with Ohio University lecturer Josh… Read More