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Selected Tracks From Recent Sessions

Long Way Down (Excerpt)

by Julie Clark | Change Your Mind

Folk | Pop

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Hampton, Virginia-based singer/songwriter Julie Clark won the prestigious Kerrville New Folk Songwriting Competition (other winners include Lyle Lovett, Steve Earle, Nanci Griffith and Shawn Colvin). She was also awarded First Place in the Great American Song Contest, Folk/Acoustic category, and received multiple honors in The John Lennon International Songwriting Competition.

Love Will Make It Right (Excerpt)

by TGZ Band | Time To Begin

Jazz | Rock | Blues

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TGZ Band is a high energy rock/jazz/blues ensemble of stellar, hand-picked musicians based in Virginia Beach.

The Garden (Excerpt)

by Dustin Furlow | The Sound That You Call Home

Acoustic | Folk

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Dustin Furlow is a 23-year-old, Virginia-based singer/songwriter/guitarist. His most recent release “The Sound That You Call Home” recieved the title of “Album of the Year” by Barry Graham of NPR’s “Acoustic Highway.” Dustin has shared the stage with Vertical Horizon, Occidental Gypsy, Chuck Larson, Robin and Linda Williams, and Logan Vath. In February 2017, Furlow took home the Veer Magazine award for “Best Acoustic/Folk Artist” in the Hampton Roads area for 2016.

Around Again (Excerpt)

by Animal Sun | [Single Release]

Indie Rock

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Animal Sun is an alternative rock band hailing from Charlottesville Virginia.

One Less God (Excerpt)

by Divine Ratio | Split By Unity

Alternative Rock

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Often compared to A Perfect Circle, Tool, Pink Floyd, and Porcupine Tree, Divine Ratio is cerebral and heavy, yet eminently accessible.

Swing Space (Excerpt)

by Ian Charleton Big Band | Brain Chatter

Jazz

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Jazz Saxophonist Ian Charleton brings bebop melodic sensibilities with modern harmonic ideas to the big band.

Right Here (Excerpt)

by Mark Rogers | Rearranged

Americana

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Mark Rogers’ crafts acoustic-based songs featuring featuring well-honed hooks, spot-on vocal harmonies, thoughtful lyrics, a bit of folk/rock jangle and just a pinch of bossa rhythm—all with a stellar backing band

Roller Coaster (Excerpt)

by Julie Clark | Change Your Mind

Folk | Pop

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Hampton, Virginia-based singer/songwriter Julie Clark won the prestigious Kerrville New Folk Songwriting Competition (other winners include Lyle Lovett, Steve Earle, Nanci Griffith and Shawn Colvin). She was also awarded First Place in the Great American Song Contest, Folk/Acoustic category, and received multiple honors in The John Lennon International Songwriting Competition.

Wood And Steel (Excerpt)

by Dustin Furlow | The Sound That You Call Home

Acoustic | Folk

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Dustin Furlow is a 23-year-old, Virginia-based singer/songwriter/guitarist. His most recent release “The Sound That You Call Home” recieved the title of “Album of the Year” by Barry Graham of NPR’s “Acoustic Highway.” Dustin has shared the stage with Vertical Horizon, Occidental Gypsy, Chuck Larson, Robin and Linda Williams, and Logan Vath. In February 2017, Furlow took home the Veer Magazine award for “Best Acoustic/Folk Artist” in the Hampton Roads area for 2016.

New Zealand Sky (Excerpt)

by Divine Ratio | Split By Unity

Alternative Rock

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Often compared to A Perfect Circle, Tool, Pink Floyd, and Porcupine Tree, Divine Ratio is cerebral and heavy, yet eminently accessible.

Mr. Radio (Excerpt)

by Bill Gurley | Break Of Day

Folk | Pop

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Folk, bluegrass, and original tunes with sweet vocals and acoustic instrumentation.

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