Widely regarded as one of Australia’s finest singer-songwriters,  indie-roots artist Jordie Lane has toured with Gotye, Billy Bragg, Old Crow Medicine Show, and Neko Case.

 

The On the Edge series is made possible in part by Ron and Stephany Lavallee and Cherylanne Williams

Australian indie-roots artist Jordie Lane has toured with Gotye, Billy Bragg, Old Crow Medicine Show, Neko Case, and is touring in support of his new album “Glassellland.”

“Displaying the soulful tenderness of Ron Sexsmith and Ray LaMontagne… Lane’s gentle finger picking and intimate vocals lend a somber grace that is universal.” – Rolling Stone Magazine

 

This is an On the Edge Series performance

Tristan’s hard-learned brand of songwriting is brimming with stories of offbeat characters, road-worn personal experience, and a healthy dose of subtle humor. His songs and stories are uniquely american, blending old country, blues, and folk with a flat-picking style honed slowly over 23 years of playing. With six albums in ten years, and nearly 1000 shows throughout the east coast as a solo act, New Hampshire native Tristan Omand has miles to go before he sleeps.

 

 

 

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