Chicago Folk / Americana singer / songwriter, Steve Dawson, has been called “one of the most underrated songwriters in American music,” who writes, “graceful, poetic songs akin to a volume of great short stories in their precise, exacting wordplay and soulful heartache.” Dawson has released six albums with his long-time band, Dolly Varden, and five solo albums, including 2020’s critically-acclaimed “Last Flight Out” with his folk / jazz ensemble, Funeral Bonsai Wedding, and his latest, “At The Bottom Of A Canyon In The Branches Of A Tree,” on Pravda Records.
Chris Rawlins is an indie-folk singer-songwriter and Midwestern native who creates
intimate, modern folk tales with hauntingly beautiful, noir-like imagery. Born in
Kalamazoo, MI and currently residing in Chicago, his debut album, Bring on the Rain,
received praise from near and far, with Americana UK calling the work “a rich and
unforgettable first album.”