PINEDALE, Wyo. — Varying influences of indie folk music will be the centerpiece of Pinedale Fine Arts Council’s (PFAC) final installment of the Soundcheck Summer Music Series this Saturday. The triple bill will feature Nebraska-based singer-songwriter Andrea Von Kampen (trio), North Carolina folk-noir act The Resonant Rogues (duo), and Pinedale artist Jason Tyler Burton (solo).
Andrea Von Kampen’s somber yet inviting arrangements are stoked by beautifully sung, simplistic lyrics that inhabit a space that is at once sweet and moody. Last month, she released the single, “Hard Times Come Again No More,” which appears in the film Molto Bella. Her debut full-length album, Old Country (2019), exposes her particular interest in Nebraska literature and nature. She has also released two EPs and an Audiotree Live Album.
The Resonant Rogues will close the show with threads of Appalachian folk, swing manouche, classic country, and Balkan folk. The husband-and-wife duo plays guitar, banjo, accordion, and kick-drum, and has toured the U.S. as well as the U.K.
As for Pinedale local Jason Tyler Burton, his fourth album, 2019’s Kentuckian, was voted Wyoming Public Radio’s number one album of the year. His upbringing in the Bluegrass State inspired the album’s joys and sorrows of living in a rural community. He released the single, “Comment Section,” earlier this year.
Andrea Von Kampen, The Resonant Rogues, and Jason Tyler Burton, 5 p.m. Saturday at American Legion Park in Pinedale. Free, all-ages. The show has an attendance cap of 475 and a social distancing safety plan that includes a checkerboard seating arrangement. For more information about shows and safety measures, visit PinedaleFineArts.com.
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