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Focus On: Eilen Jewell

The celebration of Folk Alley’s 5th Anniversary continued into September with a concert featuring Americana sweeter Eilen Jewell at Happy Days Lodge. After the candles were lit and the cake divvied up, Jewell and her band took the stage, entertaining the audience with a rootsy performance. Her old-time performance style conjures up a smoky speakeasy in the ‘20s, with songs that are evocative of a time gone by, and yet contemporary and engaging to today’s audiences.

This concert was recorded live at Happy Days Lodge in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park near Peninsula, OH during a Folk Alley 5th Anniversary concert in September 2008 by contributing producer Craig Adams.




Set 1

Rich Man’s World
Dusty Box Car Wall
Mess Around
Darkest Day
Tag Along With Jesus
Travelin’ Shoes
Untitled New Song
Back to Dallas
Heartache Blvd.

Set 2
Fist City
Too Hot to Sleep
High Shelf Booze
Fine and Mellow
Where They Never Say Your Name
Little Darlin’
Untitled New Song
Walking Down the Line
Shakin’ All Over
Catch Me Stealin’


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Resources:

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Eilen's MySpace page


Letters from Sinners & Strangers
  (2007, Signature Sounds)

Boundary County
  (2006, self-released)

Sacred Shakers
  (2008, Signature Sounds)


intoxicating singer and music for sure!! and one of the best guitarists ive heard in a long time! thanks ellen and band for doing what you do*

Posted by Woody Baron on December 09, 2009.
when yo yos gomimg back? buddys in ohio valley thanks

Posted by Patrick Kupniewski on April 29, 2009.
Didn't get to go to Bristol this past year but I sure wanted to just to hear her.

Posted by Kendall Spears on January 11, 2009.
Outstanding! I wasn't familiar with Eilen Jewell, but that's what I love about Folk Alley. I am now a committed Eilen Jewell fan. Scott Philadelphia PA

Posted by Scott Thompson on December 13, 2008.

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