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Tish Hinojosa

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Tish HinojosaTish Hinojosa - From the White House to el barrio, Tish Hinojosa has enchanted, enlightened and entertained countless listeners with her distinctive cross-cultural music. In the process, she has become one of the most acclaimed and beloved artists in the contemporary Latin and folk scene. With a purity of voice and a vision that also embraces pop, rock, tejano and international styles into her music, she reflects modern America's multicultural richness with sincerity, heart and a winning musicality.

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Robert Mirabal

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Robert MirabalRobert Mirabal can be called a Native American "Renaissance man" - musician, composer, master craftsman, poet, actor and screenwriter - but he always stays true to his roots.

Robert Mirabal blends his solo flute with modern and traditional instruments. Robert Mirabal brings forth the voices of Mother Earth and Father Sky in authentic Native American flute recordings.

From the powwow auction where he saw that first flute, to Japan, England and all the world, Robert plays with the noble purpose of honoring the land, his family, his ancestors and his tribe who have occupied the same area of Northern New Mexico for over a thousand years.

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Chuck Pyle

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Chuck Pyle

Chuck Pyle is a master Western singer songwriter with great songs and guitar stylings. As 'Colorado' as the Rockies, singer/songwriter Chuck Pyle has won the unqualified respect & praise of peers and fans for 30 years. Referred to affectionately as the Zen Cowboy, Pyle wraps his infectiously hummable melodies with straight-from-the-saddle poetry, quoting bumper stickers, proverbs, world leaders and old cowboys at his shows. When reviewers first gave him the Zen Cowboy label, he decided to, as he says, "ride the horse in the direction it's going", and took his new nickname to heart. Shaving his head and blending upbeat spirituality with horse sense, Pyle began writing songs about forgetful cowboys, heroic highway patrolmen and brainstems gone 'critical'.

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Michael Hearne

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Michael HearneOver the past several years, Michael Hearne and South by Southwest have created a new and unique kind of music.

“Southwestern Americana” as Michael calls it “Songs about the southwest with an acoustic feel”.

Michael Hearne’s incredibly smooth voice and amazing acoustic guitar style combined with Carmen Acciaioli’s musical mastery of the steel guitar, fiddle, mandolin, dobro, and hammered dulcimer, with the extremely talented Zeke Severenson on stand up and electric bass and you have what people all over the Southwest and beyond call their favorite band.

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Eliza Gilkyson

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Eliza GilkysonEliza Gilkyson's music is a personal quest of self-discovery: unique, yet drawing on universal themes. Eliza Gilkyson is the daughter of successful folksinger Terry Gilkyson, Eliza is a third-generation poet/musician who, growing up in Los Angeles, knew that her life would revolve around music. "I got into it for all the wrong reasons, more as a survival tool then anything else, but it proved to serve me more than I dared to imagine it ever could." As a young teenager she recorded demos for her dad (who wrote folk/pop music hits "Greenfields", Marianne", and "Memories are Made of This", among others) and started writing and recording her own material as well.

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