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New Hampshire-born singer-songwriter Andrew St. Aubin, formerly of the indie-pop band Aldenbarton, is now embarking on a new project called Son of the Granite State. A talented multi-instrumentalist, here he demonstrates his masterful piano chops and ability to croon out a contemplative tune. Many thanks to the Yamaha Piano Salon in midtown Manhattan for providing the room full of baby grands.
Drawing from the likes of Feist, Broken Social Scene, and Iron & Wine, Sarah Aument is a folk singer-songwriter whose work is powerfully moving, raw with sincerity, and beautifully straight-forward. Emotions easily shine through Aument’s sparse and tender songs as her heart-felt narratives quickly grow from soft-spoken, introspective musings into loud, robust rock frenzies.
New Hampshire-born singer-songwriter Andrew St. Aubin, formerly of the indie-pop band Aldenbarton, is now embarking on a new project called Son of the Granite State. A talented multi-instrumentalist, here he demonstrates his masterful piano chops and ability to croon out a contemplative ditty, his own playing accompanied by a player piano he programmed himself — one of many in a room of baby grands at the Yamaha Piano Salon in midtown Manhattan.
Richard Buckner plays a deep, soulful hybrid of rock and country. His powerful voice conveys a wisdom that compliments the poignancy of his lyrics and is backed by a forceful guitar style that adds urgency to his songs.

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