This Sunday on June 22nd, three musical acts will be playing at Ridgewood Market. Willy Gantrum, The Horse-Eyed Men, and Feral Foster are coming to town.
Willy Gantrim is a singer-songwriter from Houston, Texas who has traveled all throughout the country and now resides in New York City. He plays on the guitar and sings songs that straddle the lines between country, blues, ragtime, and folk.
The Horse-Eyed Men consists of two brothers–Noah and Dylan Harley–who like to play, in their own words, “original, disgruntled Americana and country.” They grew up in Providence, Rhode Island with a strong musical background and eventually traveled the United States and Europe playing their music, which is a unique combination of “spaghetti-western themes with cabaret, ragtime, and post-partum punk.”
(Spaghetti-western? Spaghetti-western: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6D4EA5BE5C3291A6)
Feral Forster is a New York folk and blues singer-songwriter. He recorded his latest album, Grave Country, last summer of 2013 and will release it in May later this year.
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