Missis Biskis cruises the Americana Highway from Hank to Hendrix, Loretta to Lucinda with many stops along the way.
5:30-6:00pm David Wolff
David has been finger picking since the age of 15. That was when he heard his first Hot Tuna album and decided he had to learn how to make music himself. It was the music and style of playing of Rock and Roll Hall of famer Jorma Kaukonen of Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna fame that snagged his soul. Over the years he has learned from, taught with and played alongside Jorma, Oteil Burbidge of The Allman Brothers and Dead & Co., David Bromberg and many other accomplished musicians.
Nate D’Angelo is an island-raised singer-songwriter currently living in West Tisbury. His debut album ‘Lullabies for Restless Types’ is available for streaming on Spotify, and more recent works are available on SoundCloud.
Known as one of Manhattan’s best-kept secrets (although people are starting to catch on), Fort Vine is named after a tree fort nestled in a secret corner of abandoned overgrowth on the crowded island. Imagine Fleetwood Mac, Fleet Foxes, and The Beach Boys sitting around a campfire, having a deep conversation about life. Set that to music, and you’ve got Fort Vine. Their music is something everyone can connect to; whether it be their sweeping melodies, rich harmonies, catchy rhythms, or poetic lyrics - there’s a lot to love about Fort Vine. They weave several genres of music together, from Indie-Rock to Folk-Pop, best described as Alternative Art-Rock. w/ Trevor Tunison (guitar, vocals) Nyna Nelson (vocals)
7:30-8:00pm Local Quarantine Mash-up!
Maryse Smith: Maryse is a recent-ish transplant to the island from Vermont, where she was "regarded as one of the state's premier songwriters." Her last album, The Way It Is, was called "among the best...Vermont records of the past decade." (Dan Bolles, 7 Days)