The Lubben Brothers

Triplets and high-energy acoustic musicians, The Lubben Brothers specialize in tight vocal harmonies and an eclectic blend of folk instruments involving banjo, mandolin, tin whistle, accordion, hammered dulcimer, and fiddle. Diving into classical music at a young age, their modern songwriting style merges folk roots with complex pop ideas.

The Brothers have performed at venues such as the Meyer Amphitheater, The South Florida Fair, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, The Gamble Rodgers Concert Series, and others. Their music has aired on radio stations across the country, while they have developed a committed, grassroots following in Florida; as one reviewer put it: "The Lubben Brothers are to Florida as the Lumineers are to Denver, Colorado'' (Maritza Cosano, West Palm Beach Magazine). Composers as well as musicians, The Lubben Brother's new musical Prodigals, heralded by the concept album "Prodigal Songs" and co-written with acclaimed actor and director Bruce Linser, promises to be the culmination of the brothers' artistic journey through their roots in folk music, classical exploration, and storytelling.

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Rod Abernethy

Rod Abernethy is a unique blend of an authentic southern folk troubadour, master acoustic guitarist and award winning composer for film, TV and video games. Rod is the 2021 Overall Grand Prize Winner of the International Acoustic Music Awards and the 2019 Winner of American Songwriter's Bob Dylan Song Contest. His latest album "Normal Isn't Normal Anymore" produced by Grammy nominated producer Neilson Hubbard (Mary Gauthier, Kim Richey, Glen Phillips) includes songs and instrumentals that revolve around family, friends and places across the Deep South. Rod has scored and produced music for over 80 video games including Electronic Art's blockbuster hit Dead Space which won a BAFTA Award in 2009 and Tolkien's The Hobbit for Vivendi Universal winning Video Game Soundtrack of the Year in 2003. Rod is also an adjunct professor of music composition at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston Salem, NC.

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