Friday-On Stage

Bob Phillips

LOCATION: Festival Plaza Stage
September 28 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am

Montana-born singer-songwriter Bob Phillips writes and performs in the tradition of American roots music, offering an authentic and musically compelling look at life, the world and ourselves. Diverse musical styles color his tunes, which range from gritty rock anti-war anthems to rebel folk and country-blues.  With diverse musical influences ranging from John Prine and Bob Dylan to Bob Marley and Townes Van Zandt, Phillips sometimes expresses a biting look at the modern world. At other times, melodic ballads express a poetic free-spiritedness, love for landscapes and yearning for discovery that is also at its roots very American. His love and respect for the roots and traditions of American music – folk, blues, country, rock – come through vividly in his own songs and performances.



Shiloh Rising

LOCATION: Festival Plaza Stage
September 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Shiloh Rising is a husband-wife duo who have been writing and performing together for more than 20 years.  Their eclectic repertoire includes much original music blending folk, country, bluegrass, and rock influences – in short, their own interpretation of Western Americana.  Their songs reflect the experiences, love, and joy of life lived in the American West over the past 50 years.



Kate MacLeod

LOCATION: Festival Plaza Stage
September 28 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Kate MacLeod’s voice is said to sound as pure as water from a mountain stream. And while singing from the Wasatch Mountains in Utah, her highly acclaimed songs often precede her as other artists, such as Laurie Lewis and Mollie O’Brien, sing them on stages across the country.



Jessica Frogley and Carl Dede

LOCATION: Festival Plaza Stage
September 28 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Jessica and Carl play all the bluesy, jazzy, soulful favorites from the great American songbook.  They draw inspiration from Ella Fitzgerald, Billy Holliday, Count Basey, Duke Ellington, Bill Evans…the list could go on.