Shelby Earl on the Indie Roots stage, by Ben Shaevitz

What to See at Folklife #87: Shelby Earl and the Team Up for Nonprofits Showcase

Shelby Earl on the Indie Roots stage, by Ben Shaevitz

(Tune into KEXP this morning at 9:30 to hear Shelby Earl live on the Morning Show with John Richards!)

We are delighted to welcome aboard Team Up for their first year as co-presenters of Indie Roots artists. In partnership with Artist Home (producers of the Doe Bay fest) and with sponsorship by BECU, Team Up has curated a showcase of the best up-and-coming indie bands of the Northwest. Don’t know them yet? You will. Featuring Shelby Earl, Song Sparrow Research, Bradford Loomis and St. Paul de Vence.

Saturday, May 25 from 1:00-4:00pm on the Fountain Lawn Stage.

roadhouse

What to See at Folklife #125: American Standard Time Showcase

Some of the best names in roots music (and gospel!) will be hitting the stage during the Indie Roots American Standard Time Show, hosted by KEXP’s Roadhouse radio host Greg VandyThe Slide Brothers, The Sumner Brothers, Crow Quill Night Owls and The Sojourners! The show takes place Monday, May 27th on the Fisher Green Stage, from 4:00-7:00pm.

Tune in tonight (Wednesday, April 24) to hear The Sumner Brothers live on Greg’s show, The Roadhouse, on 90.3FM in the Seattle area.

Then come see The Sumner Brothers, Country Lips, and Ole Tinder on Friday, April 26 at the Pre-Festival Party at the Tractor Tavern in Ballard!

Country Lips and Ole Tinder will join Ganges River Band and Annie Ford Band at the Festival on Sunday, May 26th on  the Fountain Lawn Stage from 6:30 – 9:00 PM as part of the Giddy Up! Country Roots Showcase.

The Sumner Brothers

The American Standard Time showcase is sponsored by alt-county authority No Depression. The complete Indie Roots lineup is brought to you by BECU.