Gardening, Not Architecture (G,NA) is the magnum opus of Sarah Saturday. G,NA’s music has been called “cinematic bedroom pop” (No Country For New Nashville) with “elements of electronic rock, folk and theatrical, personal storywriting” (Ryan’s Smashing Life). The Venn Review described it as sounding like “Rilo Kiley and Maria Taylor had a baby and that baby grew up and released an album that was produced by Trent Reznor.” Recently, Sarah released the “Fossils” film, which, during its production, I had the pleasure of shooting behind-the-scenes stills. Sarah and her five-piece band have plans to tour in late 2016 / early 2017 — her first tour dates in over four years — in support of the “Fossils” album and film. She has also launched a Patreon account and blog at SarahSaturday.com, where supporters can become “patrons” of her latest work through a small monthly donation. I've known Sarah for several years now, and I can honestly say there is something so special and so unique about her. She is hands down one of the most creative and inspiring people I've ever met.
Nashville-based singer, songwriter and fiddle player, Anne Buckle is not your run-of-the-mill artist. She has a master's degree from Harvard and has a resume that includes working for the U.S. Department of State where she was instrumental in the development of the Tennessee Promise program, which makes community college free in the state of Tennessee. Whatever Anne touches turns to gold, including your heart. She is humble, wildly talented and has a passion for leaving the world a better place than she found it. Niece of A.P. Carter and cousin of June Carter Cash, Anne grew up spending summers in the mountains of Virginia learning to play music with Johnny Cash and other Carter Family relatives. This girl has music in her DNA! Um...did I mention that she's touring with Augustana and The Dixie Chicks! SO jealous!