Born and raised in rural Brooks, ME, Kelly Ravin started playing guitar at the age of 9. He grew up playing in numerous bands in the Waldo County area until the age of 18 when Kelly moved to Vermont to pursue a career as a working musician. Since then, Kelly has toured all across the country, been a part of 5 full-length albums, and shared the stage with some great people. His new album "Engine" is his “most cohesive work yet, mercurial and nakedly confessional, and a record firmly of its own time” (Seven Days).
Lowell Thompson's encyclopedic knowledge of Americana mixed with punk rock sensibilities, and a heart easily broken (and re-broken) make for songs and shows that are crushing and redemptive. Thompson's album entitled "Lowell Thompson and Crown Pilot" features volunteer contributions by local Vermonter's like Phish's Page McConnell (piano), Grace Potter (backing vocals) and Son Volt's Mark Spencer (lap steel). The record has garnered positive media attention at home, nationally (including Rolling Stone) and in the press across the Atlantic.