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Bart Budwig

Folk / Cosmic Country / Backslidin’ Gospel

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Sometimes when Bart sings, I forget what we’re talking about. I’m sure he knows though. I trust him. He sounds like John Prine, plays like Hoyt Axton, and looks like well...Bart Budwig. He’s a cosmic country lawn gnome. He’s cherubic, cheery, and an old soul. Songs spring from the dreams of his noonday naps, and punch the keys of his typewriter above the OK Theater in Enterprise, Oregon.  When words won’t take, he calls 'em in with a bugle of his trumpet, or a strum of soothing guitar.


“Bart Budwig is one of the most underrated musicians in Oregon.” - Oregon Public Broadcasting

"Cue up Budwig's melancholy brand of folk-rock 'n' soul, close your eyes and transport yourself to the OK's well-worn dance floor. It's a trip worth taking." 1859, Oregon’s Magazine

Folks He's Performed With: John Craigie, Shook Twins, Brothers Comatose, Jeffrey Martin, Rainbow Girls, Margo Cilker, The Infamous String Dusters, TK & The Holy Know-Nothings

Musicians that have recorded on Bart Budwig’s Albums: John Craigie, Rainbow Girls, Luke Ydstie & Kati Claborn from Blind Pilot, Margo Cilker


Graham Farrow Knibb came up in a small gold town in the Sierra Foothills of Northern
California, and his songs orbit the things around him and the lives of the people getting by in this
beautiful and often challenging place. Knibb’s California is bewildering and stark, and often
dazzling. Promises are precarious, hardships are expected and tremendous love is worth
celebrating. For five years he honed his songwriting and showmanship with the assistance of
the family-style band, Farrow and the Peach Leaves, which has toured the span of the West
Coast, and has been fortunate enough to play in front of crowds at Offbeat Fest, Freakout Fest,
and The California Worldfest, sharing bills along the way with the likes of Margo Cilker, Bart
Budwig and Howlin’ Rain. These days Knibb is attempting a lighter approach with fewer moving
parts. His solo departure marks a turn towards a richer, more introspective songwriting style
(think: somewhere between John Prine and Charlie Parr). Expect an EP from Dream Cabin
Sounds in the Fall of 2023.

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