Amy Kucharik

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  • Amy Kucharik's Tour Kickoff & Benefit for Charlene Charis Chow

    This show was on May 6th, 2015 | 10 people watched
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Kerrville New Folk winning songwriter and performer Amy Kucharik [/kuh-CHAR-ick/] energizes swing dance, folk festival and listening room audiences alike. Drawing from blues, folk and Vaudeville traditions and with a street-smart stagecraft honed in the subways of Boston, Amy transports her audience to a place both timeless and familiar, but nevertheless innovative. She tours and performs as a... more

Kerrville New Folk winning songwriter and performer Amy Kucharik [/kuh-CHAR-ick/] energizes swing dance, folk festival and listening room audiences alike. Drawing from blues, folk and Vaudeville traditions and with a street-smart stagecraft honed in the subways of Boston, Amy transports her audience to a place both timeless and familiar, but nevertheless innovative. She tours and performs as a one-woman band with ukulele, foot percussion, mouth trumpet and harmonica, or with her Boston-based bands Friends With Benefits and Tiger Moan. She is currently recording her second album, a follow-up to her 2014 debut “Cunning Folk.”

“Poetic and soulful” and “A riotousily fun time” are just a couple of ways folks have described singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Kara Kulpa. A teacher at Jammin’ with You by day and a member of Pesky J. Nixon by night, Kara spends her life submerged in instruments. In addition to her music, Kara is one of the Hearth Embers and runs Write a Passage every First Tuesday at Gallery 263.

Miranda Aisling (ash-lean)’s personal mission is to reconnect art to daily life, a purpose you can see throughout her work as an interdisciplinary artist, community organizer, and entrepreneur. A classically trained pianist and vocalist, Miranda has spent every summer of her life soaking in the sung stories at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival. Sung acapella or over a guitar, Miranda’s songs are raw, earthy, and introspective.

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