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Jameson Price and Laney Sullivan make up Lobo Marino, a Richmond-based duo whose elegantly eerie chant-like intones soar over drone-vibing world-fused folk music built primarily on harmonium, bass drum and various other unique instruments and voices.
Named after the enormous Pacific Sea Lion, their brand of halcyon, experimental folk draws from a rich palette of international influences. Chaotic yet harmonious, their infectious hooks and intoxicating vocals are both hypnotically spiritual and deeply soulful.
Sean Bendula is an indie/folk singer songwriter now living in Asheville, NC. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Sean now spends his summer months playing music on North Carolina’s Outer Banks, and his winters in the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina.
Through the soulfulness of his voice, a rasping blend of gravel and honey, Sean writes evocative lyrics with folk/pop driven melodies, inspired by songwriters like David Gray, Ben Howard, and Damien Rice. Sean’s voice has transformed over the years into something he can call his own, truly a unique and original sound that stands out from the vast amount of singer songwriters in the region.
Singer-Songwriter, Hug Dealer and Pioneer Yoga Musician, Kevin has toured the world playing over 1,000 shows independently. Based in LA after living in Brazil, South Africa and all over the US, Paris’ feel-good music has grown into an “off the beaten path” fusion of folk-reggae-acoustic-electronic influences. In a single listen, one can hear the roots of artists like Jack Johnson, Bob Marley, Ben Harper and Kygo. He has played for thousands of yogis in classes alongside renowned teacher and fellow musicians at venues and festivals like Wanderlust, Yoga Journal Live, Hanuman Festival, Gaia and Yogaglo.
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