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Annie and Rod Capps have established themselves as well-respected songwriters, musicians and performers, with three albums topping the Folk Radio charts and as 2-time Kerrville New Folk Finalists.
The Capps’ sound meets at the intersection of Americana & Folk citing rock, jazz and bluegrass influences. The duo is on a musical journey that began in 1982, culminating into a symbiotic sound that reflects their deep and intuitive understanding of each other. Annie’s disarming, earthy voice and solid command of her guitar are punctuated by Rod’s effortless, accompaniment and beautiful solo work on both guitar and viola. Together they weave unforgettable melodies that are at once intricate and sparse – musically completing each others’ sentences.
9 studio albums later they continue to explore their love of blending diverse styles to create a fresh and unique amalgamation all while sticking to their narrative “songs about broken things and poignant little ponderings delivered with a rootsy vibe, a touch of twang and soulful groove”.
In these trying times, more music just makes good sense. A serendipitous series of events brought Catherine Ellis, Alma Muxlow and Bob Elkins to the same acoustic jam at the Kalamazoo House in the spring of 2016. Bob was soon adding his signature guitar licks to Catherine and Alma’s performances, and the blend was magical. They’ve been writing and playing music together ever since. Ellis & M.E.’s debut recording, Holding Up the Moon, was released in December 2021. It is a collection of songs offering balm for worried minds and restoration of the spirit.