Hear a performance by singer-songwriter Brooks Williams at the Old Settlers Inn. He combines rock, blues and jazz from his American roots with folk music of England, where he now resides. He tours extensively so you may get a chance to see him in person if you’re lucky. In the meantime, enjoy a great performance from right up the road in Mound Ridge, Kan.
Listen for Celeste Krenz and Sally Barris recorded at the Old Settlers Inn. The two women shared a concert at the Old Settlers Inn and provided backup vocals for each others' tunes. It was a rare chance to see these performers on the same stage.
Celeste Krenz was born and raised in North Dakota and represents a blend of contemporary singer-songwriter and Americana. Sally Barris is now based in Nashville and works as a performer and a songwriter. Many of her songs have been covered by country artists including Trisha Yearwood and Martina McBride.
Listen to a recorded performance by Canadian singer-songwriting group Easily Amused from the Linesight Gallery in Wichita. Easily Amused was formed by Keith MacPherson and Renee Lamoureaux (who now go by “Keith and Renee”.) The duo was recorded at Linesight Gallery in Wichita. They have released four CDs, the last one in 2010.
This week on New Settlers: Enjoy a rare performance by The Sherpas - a contemporary folk group made up of three established singer-songwriters: Tom Kimmell, Tom Prasada-Rao and Michael Lille, recorded at the Old Settlers Inn.