Folk Music

Long Island's Exceptional Common Man

Joe Iadanza
Joe Iadanza

Joe Iadanza is an exceptional Common Man from Long Island, who, in addition to his music tinged with Harry Chapin and Bruce Springsteen flavors, has a serious spirituality and healing avocation, which you can access through his LivingRoomStudio.org site, for his meditation, yoga, podcast, & spiritual direction gifts.

Wind, Waves, Dreams, & Music

Randall Adams
Randall Adams

Randall Adams has a passion for and connection to the the sacred Earth, especially the slice of heaven known as Lake Superior. From a very talented musical family and devoted to music from an early age, Randall spent years with music as his side job, doing chiropractic in the day. With retirement came his opportunity to flesh out his folk-ish tastes & talents, leading to the release of his CD West Wind.

Just Folk In Boston

Jennifer Evans
Jennifer Evans

Jennifer Evans is the real folk deal. Covering traditional folk songs & adding songs composed by her brother, Griff Evans, Jennifer finger picks the tender chords of your heart. With decades of experience, she is late to emerge from the shadow of her day job to warm our souls with real, authentic, & skillful songs of the human condition.

Painting the Sky with Music

Kora Feder

Kora Feder paints the sky, beautifully, with her words and melodies. Drawing on years living around the world, notably in Asia, and nurtured by musically-gifted parents like Rita Hosking & Sean Feder, Kora creates her very own style and power of music, wrestling with life and meaning with heart, wisdom, & creativity.

Ukulele Songbird

Katy Vernon
Katy Vernon

Katy Vernon is a rare combination of deep, joyful, heart-rending, creative, and spritely. Wielding her trusty ukulele and backed up by a rich assortment of instruments, her voice, tunes, & lyrics will embed themselves in your heart. Born & raised in England, Katy landed in Minnesota in 1993, and has produced 3 CDs over the past 10 years. Just recently she performed her 4th Toilet Tune with Sarah Morris.

Earth-planted, Water-flowing

Jennifer Levenhagen
Jennifer Levenhagen

The music of Jennifer Levenhagen stirs deep currents and invites soul rejuvenation. While she’s shared her guitar, piano, violin, and exquisite voice in many settings, including playing bluegrass music, her current calling is to the meditative, rooting, flowing end of the spectrum, as evidenced by her recent release of piano improvisations, Another Sea, and her growing work in what she calls Listening Rooms, a place for personal deepening, reflection, and settling.

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