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Swallow Hill Online, Denver, Colorado

Founded in 1979, Swallow Hill Music is a nonprofit community for musicians and music lovers who appreciate the ability of music to bring people together. As a home for individuals and families who want to learn about, listen to and perform music, Swallow Hill Music enhances Colorado's cultural vitality and is a model for experiential music schools and performance spaces across the country. The organization serves more than 165,000 people through its school, outreach programming and concerts annually. Swallow Hill Music also presents and produces concerts at a wide range of venues across Denver. For more information, visit www.swallowhillmusic.org.

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The Maybelles are Brooklyn based at the heart of the thriving grass roots folk music community playing regularly in DUMBO, and at the Jalopy Theatre and School of Music in Red Hook. Songwriter Jan Bell was invited to write music to lyrics at the Woody Guthrie Archives. And featured on the legendary Radio Show 'Woodys Children'. ” - Max Jaeger

New York Post.

An EXPERT BAND ! Celtic tinged, Appalachian influenced repertoire puts their album in my Top Ten Folk Albums.” - Chuck Eddy

— Village Voice

British-born, Brooklyn-residing Jan Bell leads the Maybelles into up-tempo, soulful country.” - Recommended

— Time Out NY

Fabulous harmonies, marvellously balanced instruments, contemporary lyrics and sassy attitude, a formula which first made them big favorites in New Orleans and now has them touring European festivals this summer.” - John Conquest

— 3rd Coast Music, Austin, TX

I love bands that are willing to explore new territory. I love the instrumental combination, the old-time real country feel, the close harmonies and the sprightly fiddle playing. I think you all are onto something big. Thanks so much for sending me a copy of Leavin' Town.” - Dave Higgs

— Bluegrass Breakdown, Nashville Public Radio

We just love The Maybelles...memorable songs, great spirit, lovely and lilting harmonies---plus they're just plain fun. Its great to hear them re-inventing a whole new kind of old-time music.” - Ken Irwin, Marian Leighton Levy

— Founders, Rounder Records

Of all the music the Be Good Tanya's gave me, my favorite is The Maybelles. They sound like they might be the grand daughters of country greats from the 1930's, The Wild Wood Flowers”” - Charlie Gillett

— BBC Radio London