Blues guitarist Eric Sommer, originally from Boston, spent several years living and playing music in Europe before returning to the U.S., working out of New York City. He’s opened for Old 97’s, Nickel Creek’s Sara Watkins, Bluegrass icon Jerry Douglas, Mates of State, Dr. John, Leon Redbone and Built to Spill, among others.
Josh Campbell is a Greenville-based banjo picker and songwriter whose repertoire is firmly rooted in the traditional music of America, especially the fiddle tunes and mountain ballads that were popular in America’s early days.
Sue Luddeke is a talented vocalist and artist–she teaches at ECU in the School of Art. She’s played RAF many times, in various ensembles going back to our founding, when she and Mike Hamer preented annual Christmas concerts together. She also sang here with the Lemon Sisters and Rutabaga Brothers, the Nu Clear Twins, Bill Redding, and the Revelators.
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