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Wild Hunt Records (Perseids Festival)

August 10 @ 6:00 pm - 11:55 pm CDT

Anya Jackson:

On a tiny farm smack dab in the middle of Oklahoma, 21 year-old Anya Jackson spends her sunny days playing an old guitar and writing folk/Americana songs to her heart’s content. The Choctaw musician draws inspiration from her heritage, the grief that comes with living, and the sprawling Oklahoma wilderness around her. 



Ashley Virginia:

North Carolina singer/songwriter Ashley Virginia’s style synthesizes an eclectic spread somewhere between Indie-Folk, 70s Country cool, West Coast cosmic Americana, and 60s Rock n’ Roll. Beyond an obvious artistic aptitude, complete with ear-catching melodies and soul-baring lyricism, Ashley’s music conveys a deeply intimate ability to share the most terrifying pieces of herself. In August 2021, she released her debut album, “And Life Just Goes on Living”, which leans into themes of mental health, healing, and socio-political commentary.



Cassidy Maude:

Washington State native Cassidy Maude is an alternative folk singer songwriter now based in Nashville Tennessee. Drawing inspiration from the uncomfortable feelings we tend to push aside, she combines honest lyrics and haunting vocals to create an environment that holds you close.




Indigo Ansin, known professionally as “chrysalis,” is a Boston-based singer-songwriter currently attending Berklee College of Music. Heavily influenced by artists they grew up listening to such as Joni Mitchell and Simon & Garfunkel as well as contemporaries like Field Medic, Indigo de Souza, and Adrianne Lenker, chrysalis fuses together a unique blend of indie pop and folk while occasionally adding elements of rock and soul to their sound. They strive to integrate their love for music with their passion for the liberation of oppressed peoples by writing about their life and making an effort to predominantly work with artists who are BIPOC and/or queer.



Emily Stewart:

Emily Stewart plays original tunes rooted in the folk, country, and blues traditions of the deep south. She first discovered her voice while perched in a south Alabama church pew as a child, and her vocal stylings are those of a true southern siren. Her roots as a writer also reach back to her hometown, Alabama’s literary capital, where she was raised by writers in the belly of the family newspaper and commissioned as a columnist before even growing tall enough to reach the employee time clock. With lyrics and melodies that channel the strength of Odetta, the delicate twang of Kitty Wells, and the forthright softness of Loretta Lynn, Emily finds a song in every story.


Grace Gardner:

Raised in the cow-ridden outskirts of a Texas city, Grace Gardner is pushing th eboundaries of the singer/songwriter genre. Her writing takes on an evocative nature, poignantly penning about her frustrations in relationships, society, and at herself. While her music adopts many of the genre’s characteristics, she’s found inspiration in her parents’ taste in 70s and 80s rock, in the folk roots of her southern upbringing, and in the jazz she was surrounded by while residing in New Orleans, Louisiana.




A blues influenced singer-songwriter and local Angelino; harris is releasing singles from his newest album “The Shapeshifter Archetype”. From slow, euphoric grooves to supercharged soul, this music incorporates many different influences into a deeply emotional portfolio. Partake in the storyline of harris’ experience with love, loss and finding himself through music.



Madeline Finn:

Madeline Finn touches on a wide range of sonic directions in her solo work: sparse folk, meditative piano ballads, twangy rock, and string-laced indie. Luckily, the Cleveland-raised singer-songwriter is also the rare vocal talent with the range to handle just about any music she wants to write. She’ll howl and whisper, rage and mourn, croon and conspire—always with breathtaking precision and heart-piercing sincerity.



Olive Klug:

A key player in the new wave of contemporary folk singers, Olive Klug is an independent singer/songwriter with a rare vocal gift. Self-styled after genre icons like Joni Mitchell and Brandi Carlile, Olive is known for their beautiful tone and vividly honest storytelling. Their sound is reminiscent of the Golden Age of American Folk Music, but with a uniquely modern lyrical sensibility.




Purser is pushing folk-rock forward in Nashville, TN. Hailed by Tuned Up magazine as “an emerging force,” their rich voice, cinematic instrumentals, and masterfully crafted lyrics draw comparisons to soulful folk artists like Madison Cunningham and Phoebe Bridgers. As a queer and trans artist, they’ve rapidly earned a beloved place in the vibrant queer music scene. Drawn to what Music Neighbors calls Purser’s “hypnotically beautiful” sound, Purser’s warmth and vulnerability are quickly filling rooms and turning strangers into friends. 

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August 10
6:00 pm - 11:55 pm CDT