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Nick Nace, Denise Glover & Gary Baugh


Nick Nace – The award winning Nashville based songwriter Nick Nace was born in the wilds of Canada. After moving to NYC he was in the folk duo A Brief View of the Hudson (Best Folk Duo – NY Press) for over a decade recording two albums, touring Europe, the U.S. and composing the soundtrack for Tell Your Friends: The Concert Film which premiered at SXSW. They opened for Glenn Hansard, Mike Doughty & Kaki King to name a few.
He has studied songwriting with Steve Earle & last year made the Nashville Songwriters Association “Ones To Watch” list. This past spring he toured Ireland & was recently selected to perform in the Mississippi Songwriters Festival. Nick is also a 2016 winner of the gulf coast’s biggest songwriting competition The Gulf Coast Songwriter Shootout.”Indie-folk heartbreak” — Time Out NY”Dylan-esque” — NY Sun”Nick is a singer/songwriter with many stories to tell.” — LivewellsLatest.com“In terms of watching a great artist perform this was one of those showings that had the audience hanging on every word”

Denise Glover is a singer-songwriter in the Seattle area with a PhD in anthropology. Originally from New England, the Pacific Northwest is where Denise has made her home for over 20 years.

As a humanist and a romantic, Denise writes soulful songs about love, family, life struggles, and traveling. Her music is moving, thought-provoking, and inspirational. The genres of music she works within are folk, bluegrass, and country.

Her band includes local musicians (performing trio is Denise, Julian Smedley, and Cary Black; CD recording includes Denise, Julian Smedley, Cary Black, Don Share, JP Wittman, David Lange, Bob Knetzger, Jeff Bush, Ben Smith, and Allan Walton).

Gary Baugh – Having shared the stage with Bonnie Raitt, Fleetwood Mac, Dave Loggins and others over the years,
this coastal singer/songwriter now splits his time between the San Juan Islands of Washington State and the Gulf Coast of Florida.

Gary’s song writing style sprinkles between Americana, Country, Folk and Folk Rock…something he likes to call, Americana Coastal. Not a surprise since his influences range from Jim Croce to Keith Urban to Jimmy Buffett to John Hiatt. His writing has taken on a more personal introspective avenue while sharing with the audience the cause of such inspirations. With his delivery and insights, the listener is allowed an inside look into his songwriting.
Fueled by his passion for travel, beach bars, meeting new friends and nature’s offerings, Gary’s songs can take you on a mental vacation or pull at your heartstrings. Either way, you will leave with something humming in your head.

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