Bevin Foley is fiddle player, vocalist, and songwriter for the Colorado bluegrass band Trout Steak Revival. The band has received numerous accolades over the past several years, including first place in the Telluride Bluegrass Band Competition, an Emmy award for a soundtrack contributed to a Rocky Mountain PBS series, and selection as Official Showcase Artist at IBMA, Americana Music Fest, and Folk Alliance. Bevin’s classical violin background led her to attend Lamont School of Music at the University of Denver where she studied violin and viola. After earning a B.A. in Music, exposure to bluegrass, folk, old-time, and Texas swing styles in Denver’s vibrant live music scene, led Bevin to become a professional musician. When she is not touring with her band, Bevin spends her time teaching violin and gardening.

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Su Na is the recording alias of Minneapolis-based musician and DJ, Alec Ness. Active since 2013, Ness heavily utilizes analog synthesizers and although born with amputated fingers plays several keyboard-based instruments. He cites influence from several musical styles including ambient, experimental, hip-hop and house.

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Jon Reine

Jon Reine is the songwriter and lead singer of Greycoats. The Minneapolis band has blurred the lines between art and indie rock since 2008. Their first three albums had ambitions: bringing films to the moody, dystopian WWI imagery of Setting Fire to the Great Unknown (2008), an art exhibition to the hubris and pomp of the 1939 World’s Fair on World of Tomorrow (2013), and a midi-controlled spaceship to the mysterious interstellar voyage of Adrift (2015). Naturally, their fourth album is also a stage production, chronicling the rise and fall of a televangelist. It premieres in September 2018.

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