Members of Radio Flyer, Eli Crupi, left, Lake Bartlett, Aidan Kovach and Finn Kesey, right, rehearse on stage at Centennial Hall on Sunday, April 8, 2018, during a sound check for the Alaska folk Festival. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Members of Radio Flyer, Eli Crupi, left, Lake Bartlett, Aidan Kovach and Finn Kesey, right, rehearse on stage at Centennial Hall on Sunday, April 8, 2018, during a sound check for the Alaska folk Festival. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

2018 Alaska Folk Festival schedule

All performances are at Centennial Hall.

Monday, April 9

Emcee: Grace Elliott

Stage Manager: Koren Bosworth

Juneau Pride Chorus, Douglas, 7 p.m.

The Juneau Pride Chorus will sing songs of love, courage and hope for our time — with some humor to sweeten the taste. Features: Jacque Farnsworth, Kathleen Wayne, Becky Bear, Marsha Buck, Andria Budbill, Lorie Daniels, Sheila Dyer, Jean Findley, Rhonni Jaxm-Bear, LaRae Jones, Kim Kiefer, Leah LaBar, Maureen Longworth, Susan Lummis, Jenn Mannix, Apryle McVey, Ann Metcalfe, Marianne Mills, Bobbi Mitchell, Erika Partlow Smith, Mara Sheakley-Early, Anne Sutton, Jayne Andrea, Paula Terrel, Rachel Zahnd, Jeanette St George, Andy Peterson, and Joan Wilkerson.

Osterhout Family Band, Juneau, 7:15 p.m.

Features Shona Osterhout, Austin Osterhout, Otis Osterhout playing “some old, some new, some covered, some blue.”

Don’t Go, Stey, Juneau, 7:30 p.m.

Features Jim Stey, Martha Stey. “Of course the house isn’t finished! We’d rather be playing music than working.”

Teri Tibbett and Friends, Juneau, 7:45 p.m.

Features Teri Tibbett, Ryland Buller, Ryan Cortez, and Debbie Johnson with original songs.

Jocelyn Miles, Juneau, 8 p.m.

Featuring Jocelyn Miles along with Salissa Thole, Ericka Lee, and Luke Weld performing R&B favorites.

Dead Reckoning, Juneau, 8:15 p.m.

Features Dylan Hulbert, Luke Kulm, and Jack Imel with original acoustic and electric compositions.

The Geoff Kirsch Experience Experiment Projeqt, Juneau, 8:30 p.m.

Features Geoff Kirsch and Margie McWilliams.

Mindy Rowland and Her Fishermen, Juneau, 8:45 p.m.

Features Mindy Rowland, Joe Emerson, Keith Heller, Chris Frary, John Hartle, and Stew Rowland with country folk music.

The House Family Band, Juneau, 9 p.m.

Features Tony Tengs, Michael Bucy, Gordon Sandy and others debuting fresh pieces.

Widdling Fizzards, Juneau, 9:15 p.m.

Features Annika Schwartz, Clara Don, Aubrey Hekkers, Liam Penn, and Minta Schwartz who will play a variety of songs.

The Family Band, Douglas, 9:30 p.m.

Features Jason Caputo, Kari Groven, and Sophia Caputo with arrangements of popular songs for voice, guitar, and ukulele.

Interrobang?!, Juneau, 9:45 p.m.

Features Zander, Zack, Isaac, Nakenna, and Noah who will be covering mostly folk-pop tunes, as well as a few originals, which are in a pop-rock vein, but with influences from hip-hop, R&B, and blues.

The Windy Bridge, Juneau, 10 p.m.

Features Matthew Hansen and Kat Sprengard. This folksy duo will provide a mellow reimagining of some of their favorite tunes.

Travis Croteau, Douglas, 10:15 p.m.

“Should be pretty good music!”

David Moore, Juneau, 10:30 p.m.

He’ll play and sing three to five songs. “My songs are visually descriptive and emotive, influenced by hymns of the deep south, rock, jazz, folk, and Americana.”


Tuesday, April 10

Emcee: Beth Weigel

Stage Manager: Anne Fuller

Alaska Youth Choir, Juneau, 7 p.m.

Juneau youth ages 6-18, under the direction of Rich Moore, perform old and new classics.

Radio Flyer, Juneau, 7:15 p.m.

Features Lake Bartlett, Aidan Kovach, Eli Crupi, Finn Kesey, a 7th-grade bluegrass band from Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School.

The Budgerigars, Juneau, 7:30 p.m.

Singer-songwriter Sage Zahnd makes his Folk Fest debut along side his mother, Rachel Zahnd. Using original songs, the pair will reflect on life, love, and parakeets.

Lonely Winter, Juneau, 7:45 p.m.

Features Joshua David Miller, Hannah Wilson, Maia Wolf, and Ben Higdon. Angst, melodrama, whiskey, and the quiet terror of existence are all things to be expected in Lonely Winter’s music.

Libby and Jesse Stringer, Douglas, 8 p.m.

The Stringers will play 15 minutes of fiddle tunes.

George Kuhar, Juneau, 8:15 p.m.

“George doing George’s thing.”

The River People, Craig, 8:30 p.m.

Features John Bruns, Brian Curtis, and Sally Burch with folk music from the West Coast of Southern and Southeast Alaska.

The Soothers, Juneau, 8:45 p.m.

Features Odin Brudie and Frankie Pillifant. “How can you not write a tune inspired by the 60s, and sing a couple from the ensuing ages? We’re here to tell you.”

Discography Southeast, Juneau, 9 p.m.

Features Andrew Madsen, Nick Marinelli, Claire Delbecq, Karen Leder, Maia Wolf, and Bess Crandall.

“Grab a friend, a cup of cheer, and a smile. This whimsical crew invites you to recall summer bonfires held on Southeast Alaska beaches. That’s where we will be.”

Tom Begich, Sarah Sledge, and friends, Anchorage, 9:15 p.m.

Tom and Sarah, joined by the backup musicians in the Legislature perform original music.

Shoreline Band, Juneau, 9:30 p.m.

Features Joe Emerson and Keith Heller with Celtic goodies from the British Isles.

Hope Griffin Duo, Candler, North Carolina, 9:45 p.m.

Features Hope Griffin and Jamie Leigh Bennett. Alaska-born folk/Americana songstress living in Asheville, North Carolina, well known for her angelic vocals, cello infused accompaniment, and strong lyrical prowess.

Six Dollar String Band, Durango, Colorado, 10 p.m.

Features Tony Holmquist and Brendan Shafer with fiddle tunes and harmony singing.

The Willow Walkers, Homer, 10:15 p.m.

Features Corey Boiko and Zachary Atchley who play guitar and sing.

The maninthedesert, Juneau, 10:30 p.m.

John Mark Lemmel will go on “an odyssey of music from the waves of time through the eye of the storm as time stands still.”


Wednesday, April 11

Emcee: Linda Buckley

Stage Manager: Libby Stringer

FD Voices of Alaska, Juneau, 7 p.m.

Features Jacque Farnsworth and Missouri Smyth:”Making a change in the world one song at a time.”

Cayenne Blue, Juneau, 7:15 p.m.

Features Martha DeFreest, Jennifer Manix, Ceann Murphy, and Kelly Henriksen. “Original song-writing, beautiful harmony vocals.”

Michael R. Truax, Juneau, 7:30 p.m.

Features Michael R. Truax and Debby Johnson. “I was uncool before being uncool was cool.”

Daniel Firmin, Juneau, 7:45 p.m.

Daniel Firmin – Gwich’in Athabaskan Songwriter from Ft.Yukon Alaska.

Empty Oil Barrel Band, Douglas, 8 p.m.

Features Ed Schoenfeld, Riley Woodford, Maggie Schoenfeld, Jon Pollard, Terry Schwarz, and James Sullivan. “Parodies and political and cultural satire. We’ll make you feel proud to be an Alaskan! “

Pat Henry, Juneau, 8:15 p.m.

Pat Henry and friends with songs from Jeanie’s kitchen.

Irene Muller, Seattle, 8:30 p.m.

Songs and stories from the home-life of a hurricane.

Shady Lo-Pop, Worthington, Ohio, 8:45 p.m

Features Tobie Weston will perform a song with his daughter Lois Weston with jazz piano with folk roots.

Queens, Juneau, 9 p.m.

Features Taylor Vidic, Rashah McChesney, Elizabeth Ekins, Kylynn Machir, Asia Ver, Kristina Paulick, Allison Holtcamp, Andria Budbill, Salissa Thole, Cate Ross, and Ericka Lee. An all-female acapella (ish) ensemble collaborating to cover a range of choral, pop and folk music.

Cabin Fever, 9:15 p.m., Juneau

Features Tom Taylor and Amy Simonds Taylor with three song: two originals and one cover.

Jacks in the River, Juneau, 9:30 p.m.

Features Doug DeMaster, Shannon DeMaster, Brandee Gerke, Andrzej Piotrowski, Auguste Stiehr, and Dave Tallmon with a new twist on folk/rock/blues.

Alyssa Fischer & Tom Locher, 9:45 p.m., Juneau

Jazz songs sung by Alyssa Fischer and played by Tom Locher.

John Anderson, Warren, Oregon, 10 p.m.

“Stories you would tell. Songs you would sing.”

Ryan Laursen, Auburn, California, 10:15 p.m.

Mandolinist performing Irish trad with a few surprises.

CD Band, Juneau, 10:30 p.m.

Features Courtney Nelson, Che Plang, Johnny Rubbo, John Shauwecker, and Gene Nelson with Americana tunes.


Thursday, April 12

Emcee: Dennis Townsend

Stage Manager: Patricia Hull

Mini-fiddlers, Juneau, 7 p.m.

Features Bence Bury, Elizabeth Kim, Kaia Mangaccat, Lua Mangaccat, Milina Mazon, Kate Schwarting, Riley Soboleff, Callie Stickel, Kate Stickel, Kaiden Trigg, Ferguson Wheeler, Ysabel Wilson, Guo Hua Xia, Mei Xue, Aliciana Zamora, and Riley Woodford.

Twelve young violinist who play fiddle, contemporary and classical music. Instructed and led by Mr. Xia.

Unstrung Heroes, Fairbanks, 7:15 p.m.

Features Jesse Myers, Ken Tape, Bryan Strong, and Greta Myerchin-Tape. The acoustic music of Unstrung Heroes ranges from traditional bluegrass to blues, with scintillating covers in the spirit of the Country Gentlemen.

Burl Sheldon, Haines, 7:30 p.m.

Fresh, uncut original songs probably performed with a few pals.

Old Pal Sal, Juneau, 7:45 p.m.

Features Erin Heist, Bill Hanson, Brooke Munro, and Andrew Heist. Father and daughter perform together for the first time! Classic songs with a twist.

Francis Dear Francis, Anchorage, 8 p.m.

Friends of Francis Mallory

A tribute to piano player Frances Mallory, who encouraged folks from her Cordova home and passed away in December, age 89.

Lost Lakers, Fairbanks, 8:15 p.m.

Features Karen Foote, Tim Foote, and George Gianaka with “Interior Alaskana Americana.”

Barnstormers, Anchorage, 8:30 p.m.

Features Jason and Stella Norris.

“We’ll be picking and singing some favorites, mostly about love. Love is the answer!”

Andy Miller, Juneau, 8:45 p.m.

New songs about Juneau, with an obligatory song about Douglas.

Amish Robots, Seattle, 9 p.m.

Features Patrick Troll, Alejandro Chavarria, Alex Nelson, and Evan West with alternative psychedelic Alaskan roots rock n roll.

Wiley’s Coyotes, Boulder, Colorado, 9:15 p.m.

Features Tim Triggs, Nate Wiley, and Irene Muller with bluegrass with vocals and instrumentals.

Marian Call, Juneau, 9:30 p.m.

Marian Call and Laura Zahasky present new original songs about the nature of space and time.

Other Cat’s Pajamas, Leverett, Massachusetts, 9:45 p.m.

Features Gus Hollingsworth and Steve Luteman with accordion music from South America: choro and forro from Brazil; tango and chamame from Argentina.

Slow Street Band, Juneau, 10 p.m.

Features Vicki Van Fleet, Doug Powell, Jim Powell, Ken Dawson, and Odin Brudie.

Nicole Bauberger, Whitehorse, Yukon, 10:15 p.m.

Songs and stories from the Chilkoot Trail.

Fireweed Fiddle, Ester, 10:30 p.m.

Features Rachel DeTemple, Tara Chrisman, Meghan Packee, and Phil Glowa. Original northern tunes with folk, jazz, bluegrass, blues, country, and Cajun influences.


Friday, April 13

Emcee: Alicia Hughes-Skandijs

Stage Manager: Sally Burch

Orca Singers, Juneau, 7 p.m.

Children’s Choir, 19 students, singing two songs: “She’ll be Coming Round the Mountain” and “A Song to Share.”

Bayou Glacee, 7:15 p.m., Anchorage

Features Eric Stice , Beverly Grogan, Marianne See, Jamie Whiteman, Rhea McDonald, and Celine Vaillancourt. Traditional Cajun music with one song written by a band member.

Eli West & Ben Winship, Seattle, 7:30 p.m.

Acoustic Duets from two string players, hailing from Seattle and Victor Indiana. Original and traditional material.

Good Not Great, San Francisco, 7:45 p.m.

Features Forrest Allen, John Brunsfeld, Ryan McLaughlin, Garren Volper, and Al Mireault.

Ryan Cortes Perez and Friends, Juneau, 8 p.m.

“Nothing beats getting to play music with your friends. New songs re-imangined, for your listening pleasure.”

Harmiddler Brothers, Douglas, 8:15 p.m.

Features Grant Dermody, Bob-o Bell, and Bob Banghart.

The Harmiddler Brothers venture deeper into the realm where breath meets bow at the House of the Long Note.

Pharis and Jason Romero, Horsefly, British Columbia, 8:30 p.m.

Alaska Folk Festival’s 2018 Guest Artists.

Sparky & Forrest, Seattle, 9:15 p.m.

Forrest “Fun Guy” Gibson, Michael “Sparky” Gray.

Collin Stackhouse, Portland, 9:30 p.m.

Raised in Fairbanks, now city-slicker in Portland, Stackhouse brings you confessional folk/pop originals, drawing from trad Irish fiddle, clawhammer banjo, and a solid dose of quirk.

Songweeds, Fairbanks, 9:45 p.m.

Features Bryan Whitten and Jesse Bartlett. Hailing from Fairbanks, Songweeds has written and performed their strange, original tunes on porches and stages from the Shenandoah to the Tanana Valley.

Ryan Bowers and the Brain Trust, Fairbanks, 10 p.m.

Features Ryan Bowers, Aurora Bowers, Alan Bent, and Bryan Strong. “Emotionally complex and catchy acoustic songs full of wordcraft and devastation, with thoughtful storytelling and a beating dance heart.”

Forest That Never Sleeps, Anchorage, 10:15 p.m.

The Forest That Never Sleeps dives headlong into what makes us human, in all its joy and irreverence and pain. Join Kat Moore at the keys for this voyage.

Ward 3G, Anchorage, 10:30 p.m.

Features Mark Ward, Danny Ward, Bill Ward, Jason Ward, and Laurence Blakely. Three generations of Wards from across the continent reunite in Juneau for the craic.

Hopkins Family Band, Juneau, 10:45 p.m.

Features Erik Hopkins, Henry Hopkins, Emma Hopkins, Sarah Hopkins, and maybe some friends. Will perform Irish, Scandinavian, Old-Timey and whatever else the kids may come home with.

Grayscale, Juneau, 11 p.m.

Features Amy Houck, John Ingalls, and John Lager with “catchy songs that will spirit you away to exciting places.”


Saturday, April 14

Emcee: Kirsa Hughes-Skandijs

Stage Manager: Cosmo Fudge

Juneau Elementary Schools, Juneau, 12 p.m.

Features Lindsay Clark, Sheryl Wittig, Lorrie Heagy, Rebecca Ricker, and Taylor Mills. Juneau elementary schools come together for a performance of American folk music.

Alaska Folk Festival Sacred Harp Singers, Sitka, 12:15 p.m.

Features Sacred Harp Workshop participants.

Outside Singers, Juneau, 12:30 p.m.

Features Genevieve Pikul, Rachel Wood, Sophia Nylen, Ingrid Higdon, Shaelyn Newport, and Cory Croissett.

“Songs we love to sing in class with our teacher on guitar.”

Deanna Daves, Juneau, 12:45 p.m.

Solo female acoustic cover performance.

A. Bent Family, Fairbanks, 1 p.m.

Features Alice, Aster, Alan, and Amanda Bent.

Alice will perform her original songs accompanying herself on piano. Her family will accompany her on bass, guitar and vocals.

Andy Joca and the Urban Professionals, Juneau, 1:15 p.m.

Features Andrew Joca and Zane Jones with acoustic folk’ish originals and covers.

John Hutchison, Paonia, 1:30 p.m.

Americana singer-songwriter.

Hoppers, Eagle River, 1:45 p.m.

Features Robin, Bruce, Caiti, and Grady Hopper.

“Sometimes you just have to grow your own band.”

Dennis and Dona Townsend, Tacoma, 2 p.m.

Several ballads and tributes- maybe an anthem!

Myrna Ukelele, Palmer, 2:15 p.m.

Fun tunes on the ukulele!

Girl From the North Country, Thorne, 2:30 p.m.

Features Sophia, Isaac, Katie, Jolie, Tess, and Everett Martin. Thirteen year old Sophia Martin brings her blend of country, rock, folk, and soul to her third Folk Festival.

Arsonists, Douglas, 2:45 p.m.

Featuring Allison Holtkamp and Aaron Elmore.

String of Lights, Anchorage, 3 p.m.

Features Heather Stewart, Charles Earnshaw, Jamie Whiteman, and Arkadi Futerman

Original contemporary folk art songs blend poetic storytelling with pop-rock, jazz and classical influences.

Sarah and Bill, Anchorage, 3:15 p.m.

Features Sarah McCabe and Bill Ostrand.

Rowdy acoustic folk blues that date back to the early 20th century. Playing style includes slide on a National guitar and finger picking.

Dan Hopson, Douglas, 3:30 p.m.

Non-classical pieces for classical guitar.


Saturday Evening

Emcee: Riley Woodford

Stage Manager: Cady Buckley

Singing Sea Monsters, Juneau, 7 p.m.

Features Stacy Unzicker, Kristin Garot, Ames Patterson, Kyra Wood, Eero Woolford, Maisy Messing, Finn Lamb, Yetke Mertl, Olivia Mills, Bredan West, Finley Sullivan , Lorelei Urrutia-Lugo, Cagney Davis, Angel Aranda-Jackson, and Guy Unizicker. A rollicking band of singers enthusiastically regales you with songs of joy and drama while evoking memories of the past and hope for a bright future.

Tanana Rafters, Anchorage, 7:15 p.m.

Features Jamie Whiteman, Matt Faubion, Harrison Jennings, Duane Black, and Bruno Zinno. Bringing their debut album to Juneau for the first time, this five piece blends blues, folk, and country. Guitars, harmonies, upright bass, fiddle, mandolin, and drums.

Bridget Claire and Friends, Anchorage, 7:30 p.m.

Bridget, Ryan Mclaughlin, and Miles Allen. Bridget grew up at this festival and she’s delighted to be back from New York playing some original music with her folk fest brethren.

Pioneer Mountain String Band, Sitka, 7:45 p.m.

Features Tom Crane, Devin Tatro, Ben Timbey, and Brian Hullfish with old time music.

Wrong Notes, Juneau, 8 p.m.

Features Wes Adkins and Nikki Scherer with a fun, folky sound.

Sugar Shack, Douglas, 8:15 p.m.

Features Val Snyder, Ian Putnam, Erin Heist, and Abbey Janes with old time tunes as delicious as chocolate chip pancakes.

Caitlin Warbelow, New York, New York, 8:30 p.m.

Caitlin takes a break from performing on the Tony Award-winning Broadway show “Come From Away” to come home to Alaska and play tunes at her favorite festival.

Homewreckers, San Francisco, 8:45 p.m.

Features Cameron Sellers, Prentice Sellers, Yoseff Tucker, and Andrew March with some bluegrass tunes as well as original songs too.

Dara Rilatos, Cedarburg, Wisconsin, 9 p.m.

Jazzy melding of original folk music that highlight the stories of Dara’s musings. She’s a born and raised Alaskan.

Will Putman, Shonti Elder and friends, Fairbanks, 9:15 p.m.

Features Will Putman, Shonti Elder, Trudy Heffernan, and Molly Putman. This is the 30th anniversary of the release of their first recording.

John Palmes, Juneau, 9:30 p.m.

The conversation continues…50 years of Alaska Folk Music.

Rock Bottom Stompers, Fairbanks, 9:45 p.m.

Features Ken Tape, Greta Myerchin-Tape, Pete Bowers, Ryan Bowers, Bryan Strong, and Ned Gaines. Seven years of Fairbanks’ finest stompgrass: sweet lonesome harmonies rooted in bluegrass, honky-tonk and southern stringband.

Sfyria, Anchorage, 10 p.m.

Kat Moore and Ryan McLaughlin play fiddle-cello duets ranging from beautiful ballads with silky sweet harmonies to hard charging fiddle tunes.

Lou Nathanson, Anchorage, 10:15 p.m.

“Fake music!”

Overby’s, Sutton, 10:30 p.m.

Features Charlie, Jason, Rachel, and Alyssa Overby, a family band from Sutton Alaska. singing some traditional songs.

Tracy Spring, Bellingham, 10:45 p.m.

Residing up the hill from the ferry dock in Bellingham, she performs original folk and blues on Rob Goldberg’s instruments.

Fiona Rose, Anchorage, 11 p.m.

Fiona’s whimsical original songs contrast sweet melodies with humanist truths. Be prepared to smile and sing along!


Sunday, April 15

Emcee: Andy Miller

Stage Manager: Oliver Janata

Last Chance Jazz Band, Juneau, 12 p.m.

Features Greg Williams, John Haywood, Georgia Horton, Caplan Anderson, Jacque Farnsworth, Bill Childers, David Grove, Don Rudolph, and Bobbi Mitchell with traditional New Orleans jazz, 1920s.

Tonk Honkies, Auke Bay, 12:15 p.m.

Features Philip and Avery Stewart with self-penned songs of Lu-huve.

Josh Fortenbery, Douglas, 12:3o p.m.

Reluctant millennial presents blues-grass guitar tunes about nothing in particular.

George Don’t Care, Nome, 12:45 p.m.

Features Matt Johnson, Anahma Shannon, Danielle Aslanian, and George Ginakopolous. Performers from four different bands come together to make sweet music for one night.

Mark Meyer, Tenakee Springs, 1 p.m.

Features Mark Meyer and Ross Soboleff.

Sam Janata, Davis, California, 1:15 p.m.

Tunes from California’s Central Valley.

Karl and Ren, Seward, 1:30 p.m.

Features Karl Pfeiffenberger and Ren Marks, two teens from Alaska who met at Sitka Fine Arts Camp and enjoy playing traditional and contemporary folk songs.

Fu Bao and Friends, Juneau, 1:45 p.m.

Features Fu Bao Goldsperry, Clare Pavia, John Hartle, and Joyce Levine.

Patrick Klacza, Juneau, 2 p.m.

Klacza released his sophomore album, “Goatsbeard,” in February. Self-recorded in his Juneau home, the music explores the artist’s relationship with Alaska.

Michael Stackhouse, Fairbanks, 2:15 p.m.

Michael and Collin Stackhouse with original country-folk-rock-blues.

Mossy Raven, Seattle, 2:30 p.m.

Mossy Raven plays textured instrumental music on guitar and dulcimer to bring the listeners closer to nature and the most beautiful parts of their imagination.

Jess and J Dot, Skagway, 2:45 p.m.

Jason Shelley and Jessica Callies play harmony heavy, bluesy folk — original songs.

Josef Q and the rounders, Petersburg, 3 p.m.

Josef Quitslund comes with some new songs from the past year.

Larson, Parker and Yost, Juneau, 3:15 p.m.

Features Heather Parker, Karen Larson, and Reuben Yost.

Robin Hopper, Chugiak, 3:30 p.m.

Award-winning songwriter from Chugiak. Will she make us laugh, or reach for our Kleenex?

Sunday Evening

Emcee: Ed Schoenfeld

Stage Manager: Ann Gifford

Carbon Footprints, Juneau, 7 p.m.

Features Linda Buckley, Cadie Buckley, Rob Cohen, John Lager, Reid Tippets, Jeff Wilson, Clay Good, Shoshana Seligmann, and back up singers and shakers.

“Our little band of friends will delight you with familiar tunes and original lyrics. Is climate change a hoax? These songs tell the story.”

Frail Away Ladies, Gustavus, 7:15 p.m.

Features Ellie Sharman, Kate Boesser, Kathy Fanning , Sally Donaldson, Amy Liu, Heidi Kristenson, Erin Tilly, Katya Kirsch, and Nene Wolfe.

Kat’s Carolina Rose, Anchorage, 7:30 p.m.

Features Kat Moore, Caroline Oakley, and Rose Minkler to play traditional and original tunes.

FySH, Juneau, 7:45 p.m.

Original songs and bad puns.

Tania Lewis and Christopher Behnke, Gustavus, 8 p.m.

Tania Lewis and Christopher Behnke bring rambunctious originals of ocean swells, love tales, and late nights ‘round the fire.

Mucklemare, Anchorage, 8:15 p.m.

Features Eli West, Garren Volper, Peter Hamre, Dusty Rider, and Carter Bancroft. Legendary 90s boyband sensations are reuniting for a special old time stringband acoustic set with frostier tips and even more denim.

Leif Karlstrom and Jan Purat, Portland, 8:30 p.m.

The fiddle players from Nashville-based Front Country and SF Bay Area-based Steep Ravine and The Bow Ties join forces to explore original

Mike Mickelson, Cordova, 8:45 p.m.

“It’s me, my guitar and music from my new album Pacific Waltz. Originals come from touring with Bearfoot,commercial fishing, and playing bluegrass in Hawaii.”

Pharis and Jason Romero, Horsefly, British Columbia, 9 p.m.

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