Woodsongs

Old Man Luedecke And Sarah Jarosz

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Old Man Luedecke is an award-winning roots singer-songwriter from Chester, Nova Scotia, Canada. After touring the globe, winning multiple Juno Awards, and becoming a father to twin girls, Luedecke has finally found confidence in himself, and his art. His latest 'Tender Is The Heart' was produced by Tim O'Brien and goes beyond his beloved solo, banjo-driven folk tunes. Sarah Jarosz is the 22- year-old, Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who hails from just outside Austin, TX. A recent graduate from the prestigious New England Conservatory, she is releasing her third album, 'Build Me Up From Bones', for Sugar Hill Records. The album was just nominated for a Grammy.
 

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