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Darlingside II 2019 Gladden House Sessions

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Darlingside gave a lush and tranquil performance at the Gladden House Sessions on Sunday morning, displaying the rich and introspective song craft that has made them a fan-favorite.  David Senft, Auvon Mukharji, Harris Paseltiner, and Don Mitchell performed around a single vocal microphone, allowing the audience to experience the dynamic and organic combination of their serene… Read More

The Brother Brothers II Gladden House Sessions 2019

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The Brother Brothers, Adam and David Moss, crafted heartfelt and sterling soundscapes at the Gladden House Saturday morning by wedding simple acoustic guitar and enchanting fiddle melodies and exquisite vocal harmonization techniques. By subtly weaving affectionate storytelling into their musical artistry, the two allowed a new generation of audience members to experience the beauty of… Read More

Hubby Jenkins II Gladden House Sessions 2019

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Performing solo with his loyal guitar and banjo, Hubby Jenkins joined the Gladden House Sessions for an intimate Friday set. While growing up in Brooklyn, Jenkins immersed himself in genres of music that are intertwined with African American history, such as including ragtime, fiddle and banjo, old-time jazz, and country blues. Starting as a busker,… Read More

Flor De Toloache II Gladden House Sessions 2019

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Flor De Toloache brought a modernized take on traditional Mexican mariachi music to the Gladden House Sessions Saturday night. Although New York’s “First Only and All-Women Mariachi Group” was founded in the U.S., Flor De Toloache’s members all hail from distinct cultural backgrounds. Each individual’s unique talents are embraced, helping to create their bold musical… Read More

Cordial Sins II Gladden House Sessions 2019

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Making the short trek from Columbus to Nelsonville, The Cordial Sins joined us at the Gladden House Sessions Friday as the third session of the day. Combining front woman Liz Fisher’s training in classical violin and her spunky vocals with cofounder Corey Dickerson’s gritty guitar riffs, the Cordial Sins’ alternative rock-pop sensation came to life… Read More

The Mattson 2 II Gladden House Sessions 2019

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The Mattson 2 provided the Gladden House Sessions with authentic, psychedelia-tinged jazz pop during their Sunday morning set. Traveling to the Nelsonville Music Festival all the way from their hometown of San Diego, CA, identical twins Jerrod and Jonathan Mattson put on a groovy performance emboldened with lush guitar riffs and high energy, jazzy percussion…. Read More

Sun June II Gladden House Sessions 2019

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Laura Colwell and Stephen Salisbury, the founding members of Austin, Texas-based band Sun June, met while working in Terrence Malick’s esteemed film editing studio. The idea of forming a band had never crossed their minds until they started playing around with the various instruments laying around the studio. Between editing for films, when their boss… Read More

WYD II Gladden House Sessions 2019

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WYD closed out Sunday night at the 2019 Nelsonville Music Festival with a delicate, yet piquant and dignifying performance, leaving the audience in awe amidst the trio’s organic lyricism, oscillating keyboards, and smooth punk percussions. Traveling just over an hour north from Columbus, Carly Fratianne, Maddy Ciampa, and Courtney Hall provided a beautiful and striking… Read More

The Wood Brothers II Gladden House Sessions 2019

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The Wood Brothers joined the Gladden House Sessions for one of two unannounced “secret” sets during the festival. Appearing on Sunday afternoon, the trio delivered a compelling performance, combining fervent American-folk with dexterity and soul. Combining a mix of funk, jazz, and bluegrass, it was no surprise that The Wood Brothers kept the sizable crowd… Read More