Rockwood Music Hall, NYC (Above)
It could be 1925 and the Appalachians! A cool clear harmony and narrative driven by the simple guitar cycle and the ghostly violin. Taut vocals and beautiful instrumentation. - Americana UK.
Making waves in the home of country, from a Yorkshire coal mining background whose roots still show...A latter day Loretta Lynn. - Tim Cooper, The Times, London UK.
Beautiful blend of old timey folk and alt. country - 4 1/2 STARS American Roots UK
Playing the Brooklyn Country Music Festival, opening for Ramblin' Jack Elliot.
Jan Bell and The Maybelles opened the night at IFC Center, New York City. THE WINDING STREAM is a story about the family at the heart of American roots music. Part history, part performance, part family saga, the film features interviews with a veritable who’s who of American music.
Glastonbury Festival! Band Stand Stage.
Artliner's Berlin with Elyas Khan
Live broadcast Amsterdam FM.
Joe's Pub, NYC with The Sweetback Sisters
Make Music New York with Baby Gramps.
Duets with Jolie Holland - Dumbo Arts Festival, City Winery, NYC. World Cafe, Philadelphia.
Brooklyn Arts Council September 11th memorial Sing at Powerhouse, DUMBO.
Tribute album to EC Ball, singing alongside Samantha Parton (The Be Good Tanyas) and Jolie Holland.
Top 3 Albums Country Music Radio UK Hosted by Gail Comfort.
Independent Music Awards 8th Annual Best Alt. Country Album.
Brooklyn Country Music Hall of Fame for 'Unending support of Country Music'
International Bluegrass Music Awards, IBMA Nashville - Official Artist
Village Voice TOP 10 Folk Albums
1st place WINNER New Orleans City Life Singer/Songwriter
WINNER New Jersey Folk Festival Singer Songwriter
Top 3 Albums of the year CMR Nashville, UK
Mayor Bloomberg Award for Women in Business, NYC
Superfine cites Jan Bell and Little Red Hen Music in receipt of the Award.
MacDowell Colony100 year celebration in Central Park
Audience Award Title Track in Malibu Film Festival 'Between the Bridges'
Emerging Leadership Institute at APAP - Arts Presenters and Performers, NYC Annual Convention
Made in Brooklyn and produced by Samantha Parton (The Be Good Tanyas), 'Songs for Love Drunk Sinners' was chosen over thousands of entries world-wide winning The People's Choice Award at the Independent Music Awards.