A narrative concert featuring the writings of John Muir and the music of “Chance Ensemble”. More information is at www.chanceworld.com.
The Hannah Yoter Band on Alaska Originals — a 360 North production that features original music by Alaskans. Hannah Yoter is well versed in the language of acoustic music. From an early age her world was filled with songs and stories that spanned generations and genres of folk music. Hannah began playing bluegrass guitar when…
On this episode of Arts@360’s Alaska Originals we feature a band who blends psych-folk and hip-hop with classical themes. They’re an experimental chamber group that defies any notion of musical normativity. This is HARM.
A band whose style was once described as “gospel rock futuristic electronica magic.”
Yngvil Vatn Guttu doesn’t just make music. She makes music happen. Since the age of three, when she produced a note on a trumpet on her first try, Yngvil has been inexplicably attracted to the instrument. Little did she know just how much power it would exert over her. Nor just how much of that…
Goldwing is an experimental country rock band based in Juneau, Alaska. With Ben Higdon on electric guitar, Dan Desloover on bass, and Clay Good on drums, vocalist and guitar player Dan Kirkwood writes songs drawn from personal experience in the vein of traditional American music. Goldwing’s style, once dubbed “space country,” is fit for the…
These award-winning musicians showcase drum songs from the Inuit cultures of Greenland and Alaska. Pamyua’s vocalists bring “a blizzard of interlocking harmonies,” says Native People Magazine.
Award-winning musicians Ed Littlefield and Christian Fabian takes us on an intimate exploration of their unique jazz arrangements that artfully blend swing, bebop and funk with folk and native melodies.
Anna Lynch is an Alaskan songwriter who has opened for acts including Rock n Roll Hall of Famer Leon Russell, Lucy Wainwright Roche, Sea Wolf and Matt Kearney. This is pitch-perfect country songwriting, built on a bed of Alaskan bluegrass.
This Alaska Originals concert features Deering and Down, an Alaska-hatched duo, based in Memphis, whose style is truly original. Their music was once described as “smoky Memphis cast in shimmering northern lights.”