The Canadian band, Rosie and the Riveters, were a huge hit especially with the young women at MerleFest 2018!
Their demeanor and style are both unapologetic and fierce.
They stand as a symbol of independent feminism with their strong stand-up vocals.
Rosie and the Riveters look and sound like the female role models young women in North American need today!
I found it amazing that thy could gracefully, yet powerfully, promote ideals like equal pay for all in song without being too “in your face” about it.
Rosie the Riveters needs to be the next band added to every girl’s playlist!
As the threatening rain cloud rolled away from the Watson stage, fans sitting on the field were in for a treat!
Nu-Blu had a wonderful set on the Watson Stage at 1:30on Friday.
Carolyn’s powerful and animated voice paired with the driving rhythms filled the air. Listeners weren’t hungry for lunch, they were hungry for more Nu-Blu music!
A few years ago my little sister and I interviewed Carolyn, you can listen to that interview here: http://ihadtoask.com/2015/01/carolynrouth/
I remember how genuine Carolyn was. She still continues to be a genuine beacon of strength and hope to many.
Nu-Blu (Carter Baker, Justin Harrison, and Carolyn and Daniel Routh) recently released a new album, Vagabonds. If you purchase it, you will not be disappointed. You can find it here: https://squareup.com/store/nu-blu-bluegrass-artists
They played some songs off of the album today, and they were wonderful.
If I had a chance to ask them one question following their set, I would’ve Had to Ask this…
Where did you get all of your energy that you have on the stage from?
I talked with the bassist from bluegrass band, Town Mountain. They will be performing at MerleFest in just a few days, and will also be hosting the Midnight Jam. Listen on to see why I Had to Ask about tacos, MerleFest, and music!
There aren’t many musicians who will do yoga with fans before their concerts, and very few musicians let fans dance on stage with them during the concert.
Michael Franti does both of those things and he has a non-profit that sends people to their dream concerts. I had the opportunity to talk with him at Do It For the Love Yoga prior to his show in Myrtle Beach.