Birds of Chicago

Birds of Chicago, is a collective based around JT Nero and Allison Russell. Whether touring as a duo or with the full family band, Nero and Russell have emerged as two of the most compelling new voices in North American Roots music.

2012's release BIRDS of CHICAGO has been called "As refreshing and rewarding as morning in the reeds with the Audobon Society" by Thomas Connor of the Chicago Sun Times. This debut offering by Birds of Chicago has garnered Rave reviews on both sides of the atlantic. The album is as beautifully written as it is sung and has been Championed by No Depression, Jambase, Daytrotter, Audio Tree, Americana UK as well as recieving extensive US college radio play.

Birds of Chicago are currently Touring Internationally behind this record - Catch them at any number of Festivals around the U.S. and Europe this Summer and Fall.

Scott Cook

Scott Cook is a true Canadian troubadour, relentlessly touring North America, Asia and Europe for most of the last six years. He’s released three albums independently since 2007, earning the praise of his peers and becoming a fixture on the Canadian festival scene. His latest release, 2011’s Moonlit Rambles, is a collection of road stories, existential musings, and social commentary which Edmonton reviewer Fish Griwkowsky likened to “a conversational bottle of Jack passed around a dawn fire, everything burning just right.” Scott’s straight-talking tunes infiltrate the hearts of all who hear him, weaving together folk, roots, blues, soul and country influences over spacious fingerpicked arrangements on guitar, banjo and ukulele.