From traditional folk ballads to barroom sing-alongs, this tunesmith’s emotional, deeply personal lyrics and indelibly infectious choruses…leave the listener with an overriding sense of optimism” – Glide Magazine
Born in Boston into a musical family and raised in Dover, Massachusetts, Grammy-nominated songwriter Reed Foehl writes stories of the human condition with a lyric and voice that push boundaries while paying homage to tradition. Dusty and patient, his music is genuine Folk/Americana.
Reed Foehl formed the jam band Acoustic Junction in 1989 with friends Tim Roper, Curtis Thompson and Matt Coconis, touring relentlessly until their final show in September 2000. As a solo artist, Reed has released six studio albums including his latest – “Wild Wild Love” – recorded in May 2022 with The Band of Heathens in Austin, TX.
He was nominated for a Grammy Award for his song “Fly” co-written with Brent Cobb and covered by country legend Lee Ann Womack.
Foehl now resides in the Green Mountains of Vermont and continues to tour across the globe.
Katie Matzell is a singer and songwriter from Portland, Maine who released her debut EP at the start of 2018. MaineToday called the debut “fierce and dazzling,” adding that Matzell’s vocals are “sweet, full and gorgeous” with a “richness to them that make the songs burst all the more.” The Deli Magazine said “Matzell’s voice, both effortless and simple, floats above a sea of washy keys and pocket grooves, calling comparisons to not only her influences of the past (Bonnie Raitt and Aretha Franklin), but to her contemporaries — Norah Jones and Emily King immediately come to mind.” Matzell was nominated by the New England Music Awards in 2018 for Female Performer of the Year.