Experience Karina, Wengie, and Natalie performing exclusive E on-stage DIYs, crafts, hacks, and lifestyle advice, sharing never before seen content, collaborating with each other, interacting with fans, and participating in a Q&A.
In 2006, former Nickel Creek member Chris Thile started the collaborative effort that later evolved into Punch Brothers when he recruited guitarist Chris Eldridge, banjo player Noam Pikelny, and violinist Gabe Witcher to back him on a solo album, 'How to Grow a Woman.' Bassist Paul Kowert joined the band three years later.
In the summer of 2007, Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig moved into a dusty, old recording studio and music school formerly called the Bromley School of Music. With the help of the Bromley's original 1921 Steinway that was left at the house, they penned their debut album 'Songs From The Bromley House.' The four-story musical fortress housed 8 other musician friends and would soon open their doors to bandmates, Danny Molad and Peter Lalish amid their musical community. Since the critically acclaimed release of their 2013 debut LP, "Wildewoman" they have built a stunningly loyal following, and share an intimate bond with their fans. It's not uncommon to see Lucius doppelgängers in the crowd. They followed that with the 2016 release "Good Grief."
The actor Michael Rapaport and his friend Gerald Moody keep up the patter and the laughs. The podcast is drawing notice from such big-time noticers as HuffPo. Be warned: The pair let the four-letter words fly.
Vetiver, a San Francisco band and part of the Devendra Banhart clan, delivers a live set that gracefully navigates the choppy waters of folk and pop as it blends shimmering melodies and intimate songs with the jumpiness of old Cajun music. Gentle vocals are matched against finger-picking acoustic guitar duets, a tasteful hint of slide guitar and minimalist drumming, and simple, sturdy cello lines from Alissa Anderson.