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YES MA'AM, NOBLE HOBO, OL' SAVANNAH, SMOKE SPELL

YES MA'AM, NOBLE HOBO, OL' SAVANNAH, SMOKE SPELL

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August 9, 2024 | 19 H

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Based in New Orleans, Yes Ma’am combines street music and 20s style blues to create their original sound. Born from punk ethics and refined by years of performing alongside The Big Easy’s most talented street musicians, Yes Ma’am captures the spirit of the south with their gritty blues and rock ’n’ roll. Matthew Bracken’s soulful vocals and his rotating cast of all-star musicians have gained attention from The Voice, New Orleans “Best of Street,” and the world over.

Noble Hobo is a Detroit-based, “one-man band” that exposes the subtle complexities of love, loss, acceptance, and grief; performing genuine and compelling, original folk music characterized by dynamic and passionate vocals, captivating storytelling, catchy clawhammer banjo/fingerstyle guitar melodies, and driving percussion.

Ol’ Savannah is a folk/roots group from Montréal, Canada founded by Speedy Johnson and Bartleby J Budde. The two began writing together in 2009, much inspired by folk, roots, and blues artists including Mississippi Fred McDowell and John Hurt. Ol’ Savannah’s style can be compared to a mix of Tom Waits, Roscoe Holcomb, Muddy Waters, and The Pogues.

Smoke Spell is a 4-piece folk, punk, rock & blues band from Montréal.