“Staying true to his Spanish language folk-funk-rock hybrid has paid off.” – Billboard
“[Midon is] A one-man band who turns a guitar into an orchestra and his voice into a chorus.” – New York Times
Blind jazz guitarist and singer-songwriter Raul Midón, dubbed “an eclectic adventurist” by People, has released 11 solo albums. He has also collaborated with such heroes as Herbie Hancock, Stevie Wonder, and Bill Withers, played on records by Queen Latifah and Snoop Dogg and contributed to the soundtrack to Spike Lee’s She Hate Me. A New Mexico native who now lives in Maryland after years in New York, Midón has earned acclaim the world over with his magnetic performances.
St. Paul roots-rock singer-songwriter Mary Cutrufello has been a mainstay in the Americana scene here and in Texas for thirty years. She’s performed on The Tonight Show and Austin City Limits, and toured in all 50 states and several European countries. Hailed by USA Today as “a fierce guitarist with with a blistered-throat voice,” Cutrufello mixes original songs and classics of American music (think Willie Nelson and Steve Earle) into a captivating, heartland-proud musical stew at once timeless and immediate.