Kelcy Mae is a longtime New Orleans songwriter and front-woman of the Alt-Country/Americana outfit Ever More Nest, which released its debut album, The Place That You Call Home, in 2018. The album was nominated for Best Alt-Country Album in the Independent Music Awards and named to Offbeat Magazine’s Top 50 Albums of 2018. Kelcy Mae has come to be known for her emotive, authentic voice, delicate yet driving guitar work, and honest, observational songwriting that poses the universal question: “Just where do I belong?” According to Folk Radio UK, “The answer is clearly in any discerning Americana CD collection.” To listen and watch, visit EverMoreNest.com.
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Marian Runk was born in Dallas, TX, to a symphony musician & a science teacher. Now Chicago-based, she writes songs about love, loss, death, restlessness, and the natural world. Her debut album, A Few Feet from the Ground, hovers in and around the genres of country, folk, and blues. It offers both lush full band and spare solo arrangements that highlight a clear voice and emotional arc. “[A Few Feet from the Ground] sounds like poetry set to classic country music— like Joni Mitchell doing a Hank Williams thing. Runk’s soprano voice is like honey and her tunes are full of hooks.” —Tony Breed, CHIRP Radio