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About Jenn Rawling & Basho Parks

Jenn Rawling and Basho Parks are something special. Together they blend and harmonize their way through the landscapes of their songs with an invigorating, enthralling energy. Performed with an unhurried ease, Rawling and Parks build just-right compositions that mirror and support the pictures painted by the tales they tell. Embracing the logic of transience for much of 2012 and all of 2013, Jenn and Basho clocked 60,000 miles in the US and EU, playing over 300 shows in twenty months' time. Hot on the heels of a summer European tour and a nationwide US fall tour in 2013, the couple are spending early 2014 working on two new albums before setting off on a summer festival circuit. Veterans of festivals, house concerts and everything in between, Jenn & Basho perform as a pared down duo or with a full instrumental backline, depending on the venue in question. Wisconsin-born Rawling grew up in a working class town called Sheboygan, near Lake Michigan. An artist governed by intuition, Rawling honed her songwriting skill during many summers working atop a firetower in the Mt. Hood wilderness. Midwestern grit with a heart of gold, songwriter/guitarist and vintage American folk singer Rawling composes highly melodic songs from fascinating scraps of images and phrases, singing them with a vibrant, immediately engaging yodel-edged alto that just might send a tingle up your neck. Born to hippie idealists in an adobe hut seven miles shy of Colorado's Mt. Blanca, multi-instrumentalist Parks plays the violin, viola, mandolin and uke with intuition, personality, and grace. He sings harmony, but his "voice" is heard in the form of his distinctive string-playing, which has a dusty, mournful quality revealing classical, mountain, and bluegrass influences. Sweet, harmony-rich, indie folk music from the moody hills of the Pacific Northwest. Fused with lofty strings and hauntingly lush vocals, Jenn Rawling & Basho Parks' duo project is a delight to behold...
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Genres:
Roots Americana, Folk, Neofolk Revival

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About Jenn Rawling & Basho Parks

Jenn Rawling and Basho Parks are something special. Together they blend and harmonize their way through the landscapes of their songs with an invigorating, enthralling energy. Performed with an unhurried ease, Rawling and Parks build just-right compositions that mirror and support the pictures painted by the tales they tell. Embracing the logic of transience for much of 2012 and all of 2013, Jenn and Basho clocked 60,000 miles in the US and EU, playing over 300 shows in twenty months' time. Hot on the heels of a summer European tour and a nationwide US fall tour in 2013, the couple are spending early 2014 working on two new albums before setting off on a summer festival circuit. Veterans of festivals, house concerts and everything in between, Jenn & Basho perform as a pared down duo or with a full instrumental backline, depending on the venue in question. Wisconsin-born Rawling grew up in a working class town called Sheboygan, near Lake Michigan. An artist governed by intuition, Rawling honed her songwriting skill during many summers working atop a firetower in the Mt. Hood wilderness. Midwestern grit with a heart of gold, songwriter/guitarist and vintage American folk singer Rawling composes highly melodic songs from fascinating scraps of images and phrases, singing them with a vibrant, immediately engaging yodel-edged alto that just might send a tingle up your neck. Born to hippie idealists in an adobe hut seven miles shy of Colorado's Mt. Blanca, multi-instrumentalist Parks plays the violin, viola, mandolin and uke with intuition, personality, and grace. He sings harmony, but his "voice" is heard in the form of his distinctive string-playing, which has a dusty, mournful quality revealing classical, mountain, and bluegrass influences. Sweet, harmony-rich, indie folk music from the moody hills of the Pacific Northwest. Fused with lofty strings and hauntingly lush vocals, Jenn Rawling & Basho Parks' duo project is a delight to behold...
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Genres:
Roots Americana, Folk, Neofolk Revival

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