Tribute to Rosalie Sorrels: Stories & Music

I am so thrilled to be a part of the Tribute to Rosalie Sorrels: Stories & Music on Sunday 3/26 as part of the Treefort Music Festival. This will be a very special evening at Boise Contemporary Theatre. Other artists include, a.k.a.Belle, Bill Coffey, Rebecca Scott, Kayleigh Jack, Dan Costello, James Coberly Smith, LeAnne Towne, Deborah Day, Rocci Johnson and more.

Artists and bands from across the country and across the pond have collaborated to produce a 4-CD set of songs as a tribute to Idaho icon, songwriter, musician and master storyteller, Rosalie Sorrels. More information here

Along for the Ride chosen as one of OPBMusic's favorite entries

Thrilled to be among OPBMusic's favorite Tiny Desk contestants from the Northwest!

In January, NPR Music began accepting submissions for their 3rd annual Tiny Desk Contest, a competition designed to help uncover musical talent. Unsigned musicians were instructed to use/find/borrow or improvise a desk of some kind, roll video, and play their most compelling (original) song.

Of those thousands of entries, over 400 came from the Pacific Northwest. 

Here are just a few of our favorites: Read full article here

A Chat with The Boise Weekly

The Name of the Game 

Local musician-producer Steve Fulton ends a decade of dearth with jam-packed Eponym

By Amy Atkins

It has been 11 years since Steve Fulton released a new album. Our patience has been rewarded.

It has been nearly 20 years since local band House of Hoi Polloi released an album, but band co-founder Steve Fulton still gets asked what the name means—and he still doesn't have a satisfying answer.

"I just liked the way it sounded," Fulton said laughing, though like with most of his creative choices, the decision wasn't really uninformed: hoi polloi is Greek for "the masses" and House of Hoi Polloi was a band for everyone. It worked hard to make sure "the masses" who came out to dance the night away to its rock/funk/ska reggae sound had fun.

He's right. Eponym says it all. Read the full interview here

A Tribute to Leonard Cohen

I am honored to be a part of 'We're his fans: A live tribute to Leonard Cohen' at The Record Exchange 1/12 at 6pm. 

To a troubadour unlike any other. To a poet of the ages. To an amazing life story. I have something special that I am going to do for this show too. Get your wristbands before they are gone and support The Record Exchange. They have been beyond good to me and are, in my opinion, one of the biggest treasures we have in our community especially for musicians and music lovers!