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Jane Kramer/Ron Fetner/Sarah Howell/Bruce Piephoff

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Muddy Creek Cafe and Music Hall

5455 Bethania Road

Winston-Salem, NC 27106

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"Asheville's Native songbird Jane Kramer has gone global, garnering fans from Scotland to the West Coast with melodies sweeter than red clover and bucolic musings Joni Mitchell would drool over. But Kramer's heart and music remain firmly rooted in Appalachian clay: bittersweet lyrics wrapped within the homespun humor of the Southern Highlands." https://www.janekramermusic.com/

Ron Fetner's songs combine southern roots, soulful songwriting with contemporary folk storytelling. This musical path led to wins at the prestigious Kerrville NewFolk, the (2x)Mid-Atlantic Song Contest, and awards at Merlefest’s Chris Austin Song Contest. Along the way Ron released 6 CD’s with the latest release in 2017 when he revisited his musical roots, with “BlueHouse Project”. According to Roots Music Report Charts, Ron/BlueHouse Project reached #4 (June, 2017) with “White Cotton” and #25 (July 2017) with “Piece of the My Heart”. “…This irrepressible guitarist and singer draws on traditional folk, southeastern roots music and early blues and jazz to create his own earnest brand of Americana” https://www.ronfetner.com/home

Sarah writes earnest lyrics set to strong melodies, accompanying herself on piano or guitar (and occasionally ukulele or foot stomps). The roots music heritage of her native North Carolina runs in her blood and overflows in her music. A member of (and contributing songwriter in) the Martha Bassett Band, she is stepping out to explore her voice not only as a writer but also as a solo performer in and around her home of Winston-Salem. http://www.sarahhowellmusic.com/

“Bruce Piephoff is a delightful poet and musician with a talent for composing poetry of fine clarity and immediate appeal; his art is cheerful and open and he has a real feeling for his subject matter. He is of admirable personal character and has been courageous in pursuit of his genuine vision.” http://brucepiephoff.net/


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