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From his bio:
“Themes of hope, sadness, and striving fill Andrew Pauls’ original songs. Rooted in traditional American folk music. Andrew’s lyrics dance with soulful banjo and guitar playing to create thought-provoking songs. In Andrew’s music, listeners will hear influences from songwriting veterans John Prine and Bob Dylan with hints of contemporary artists like Mandolin Orange and Tallest Man on Earth.
Andrew performs often in the Lancaster, PA area and he lives there with his spouse Laura and all of their instruments. He is interested in the way music can hold together a world that can feel as if it is falling apart.”
From his bio:
“The “And I” in Johnny And I serves a dual purpose. First, and most logically, “And I” is my loop station, which allows me to record different parts of a song and combine it all together, reminiscent of a one-man band. Dig a bit deeper, and “And I” symbolizes andi, the Icelandic word for “spirit”. Aside from the scattering of recognizable songs that I play to connect with the audience, the majority of songs that I play and write have meanings that uphold my core values, true to my andi.”
From their bios:
Anna p.s.: “Indie folk musician Anna p.s. conveys a sense of weariness throughout her simple yet resonant songs, but it’s a weariness that keeps a blanket of hope tucked up under its chin, even as the rain keeps falling outside the windows. Grace always lurks around the corner on tunes that layer delicate vulnerability over the hearty stock of this songwriters’ spirit.”
The Lost Luggage is a jazz trio based in Goshen, featuring classic jazz vibraphone sounds reminiscent of classic artists such as Cal Tjader and Milt Jackson. They play original tunes, jazz, Latin jazz, and blues with a vibes, bass, drums instrumentation. Join us for our Wednesday Music series in the Beer Hall!