"We were completely blown away." -NPR All Songs Considered
With over 4 million Spotify streams and counting, Nebraska-based songwriter Andrea von Kampen has quickly established herself in the recording studio and on the road. Her deft guitar work and intuitive song construction display striking maturity, and her effortless vocal delivery has been praised by Hear Nebraska as "soulful and worn-in."
Andrea has shared the stage with Tall Heights, Esme Patterson, Gregory Alan Isakov, Dead Man Winter, John Moreland, Dead Horses, Gaelyn Lea, and more. She was featured as a finalist in NPR's Tiny Desk Contest, and won Eddie's Attic Open Mic Night in Decatur, GA. Her recent midwest tour included a live session at Audiotree in Chicago. The resulting recording is now available wherever music is sold and streamed, alongside Andrea's studio EPs "Desdemona" and "Another Day."
One has to wonder; what is a twenty-something, jazz trumpet-playing, Wes Anderson movie-loving, ex-Certified Nursing Assistant who literally lives backstage in of one of America's longest-running theaters doing writing an album that would've sounded more at home in 1970's Texas?
Fortunately, Bart Budwig is a man who would rather ask good questions than give bad answers. In the same way that Willie and Waylon were rebelling against 'the machine,' the above begins to make sense when considering the Oregonian songwriter's authenticity as a fellow outlaw.
Budwig's new full-length, The Moon and Other Things, was recorded to four-track reel-to-reel in the historic OK Theatre in Enterprise, Oregon.
Caitlin Jemma is a singer-songwriter on the rise. Marked by country and delivered with soul, her songs are love notes offering encouragement to be your baddest self—in the pursuit of magic, adventure, and discovery.
Jemma’s genre-defying 4th studio album, Love Notes, is as bold as it is beautiful, and will be released May 1st, 2018, in accordance with Global Love Day. Recorded and produced by Bart Budwig at the OK Theatre in Enterprise, Oregon, Love Notes sees Jemma stepping out into a brave new electric frontier, while retaining the intimacy of her first three albums.
Raised in the high desert of Northern Nevada, Caitlin Jemma is a small town girl with a big country heart. Whether performing solo or with her band, The Goodness, Jemma attracts listeners into an intimate atmosphere where her sultry storytelling lives.
Caitlin Jemma has had the pleasure of recently sharing the stage with Willie Watson, Hot Buttered Rum, Gaelynn Lea and Eileen Jewell.