Lac La Belle Folkadelphia Session 2/16/2015 by Lac La Belle, released 14 January 2016 1. Carry Me Under 2. Clarion 3. Breezy Sunday 4. Passing Arizona 5. St. Michael (Day Star) Recorded at the WXPN Performance Studio on February 16th, 2015 and mixed by James Clark Conner. Photo courtesy of Joel Williams and the band. Lac La Belle is Jennie Knaggs and Nick Schillace.
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Label: Folkadelphia – none Type: 5 x File, FLAC Country: US Date of released: 14 Jan 2016 Category: Folk, World, & Country Style: Folk, Country.
Double Lot. () Lac La Belle. ) Bring On the Light.
Lac La Belle juxtaposes the early decades of recorded rural American music with decaying Rustbelt aesthetic. DETROIT FOLK WORKSHOP Known for their folk duo, Lac La Belle, local musicians and business owners Nick Schillace and Jennie Knaggs founded Detroit Folk Workshop in 2015 for exploring, teaching, and promoting traditional music and the natural evolution of culture. With the goal of advocating acoustic music in our region, Detroit Folk Workshop hopes to highlight the multifaceted musical roots of our diverse community, including ethnic musical traditions as well as contemporary music influenced by such traditions.
Nick and Jennie make the acoustic duo Lac La Belle. Along with band up dates we post Detroit articles (cuz we live here) and our garden adventures.
Lac La Belle - Different Ways of Dying 02:54. Lac La Belle - The Dog 03:22. Lac La Belle - The Way I Run 02:55. Lac La Belle - Lost Child 03:25. Lac La Belle - Leave That Country 05:08. Bring On the Light - Lac La Belle. A Friend Too Long - Lac La Belle.
Lac La Belle is an acoustic duo from Detroit, Michigan. Made up of ts Jennie Knaggs & Nick Schillace, Lac La Belle is influenced by early Americana, blending history with the present to create stories that capture the human experience via accordion, mandolin, banjo, ukulele, organ, harmonizing vocals, and finger-picking resonator guitar. What sets this acoustic duo apart is their utilization of their varied experiences; Schillace has a separate career performing his instrumental guitar pieces, and he wrote the first academic work on the recordings of John Fahey; Knaggs.
Folkadelphia Session: MiWi La Lupa. What are you listening to these days? Any current influences? were the questions posed yesterday to Conor Oberst, Mr. Bright Eyes himself. Oberst responds that he’s really into this guy, MiWi La Lupa, he’s from Buffalo, New York, and he just put out a new record called Beginner’s Guide. And I thought to myself that between Beginner’s Guide and his other new album from this year Ended Up Making Love, we’ve been listening to MiWi a lot too, and for good reason. In some ways it might be because Ended Up Making Love reminds me of those now classic Saddle Creek Records albums from bands like Bright Eyes, Rilo Kiley, Cursive, Son Ambulance, and others – full of bombast, collaboration, and energy. We post up our newest Folkadelphia Session with Philadelphia’s Bad Braids in a bittersweet mood.
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