Keith Greeninger is a seasoned troubadour, a multi-award-winning songwriter, and an unforgettable performer. His most recent album, Soul Connection, features members of the Bonnie Raitt Band and Little Feat. Solo and in collaboration with his trio, City Folk and Dayan Kai, Keith has performed at The Kate Wolf Festival, The High Sierra Music Festival, The Sisters Folk Festival, and The Oregon Country Fair. His masterfully crafted tunes and powerful presence have earned him top songwriting awards at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, The Kerrville Folk Festival and The Napa Valley Folk Festival. Eugene Weekly says, “Greeninger’s music has a dramatic quality to it. A storyteller in song, he paints masterful portraits of humanity in both its splendor and strife.”
Jill Knight is a Bay Area singer-songwriter with Georgia roots. “Few songwriters seem to have the self-assurance that this singer possesses,” says Dirty Linen in a review praising her “first rate, high quality music.” She “approaches her music with an unadorned intensity, her songs pack an emotional punch rich in the details of everyday experiences.” Performing Songwriter Magazine says “It’s hard to say which is better – the song or the way Jill Knight sings it.” That melding of song and performance is what gives Jill’s music its staying power. She has shared the stage with John Prine, Shawn Colvin, and Los Lobos, and has released three albums, including Rare October, a live album recorded in France. Pam Delgado and Jeri Jones of Blame Sally are both stellar musicians and great entertainers. Pam plays percussion and guitar, and Jeri plays guitar, bass, dobro, and mandolin, and they can sing anything from mournful ballads to sweet love songs to blazing acoustic soul.