Songs at the Center

Season 1, Episode 5 of 13

Artists: Hilda Doyle, Andy and Chris Shaw, Happy Chichester, Hebdo, and hosted by songwriter Eric Gnezda. Hilda Doyle has been an icon in Ohio's acoustic music scene for more than 30 years. She founded the popular group, Ladies of Longford, with daughters Heather Fraser and Stephanie Doyle. Hilda punctuates her entertaining songs with humor and outstanding guitar work. She performs "Stop the Rain." Andy and Chris Shaw began performing acoustic shows together in 2004, which quickly evolved into the full reggae-rock sound of the Andy Shaw Band. With the success of ASB the brothers have gone back to their roots to perform as an acoustic duo, bringing a folk flavor to their music. Andy and Chris have traveled the U.S., bringing their fresh, compelling sound to large and appreciative audiences. They perform "Nothing's Fair at 17." Happy Chichester founded the Royal Crescent Mob, Howlin' Maggie, and was an original member of the Twilight Singers. He's had his songs used in several movies, scored independent films, and has appeared on television with Jimmy Kimmel, the Late Show with David Letterman, Jimmy Fallon, and Fuel TV. He performs "Factory Farm." Hebdo calls his style, "Adventure-Folk." Hebdo has been strongly influenced by his Lebanese culture and Appalachia. His two recent EP's (A Thousand Steeples& Double Tambo) have received radio airplay, and produced a number of YouTube videos. He performs "Rumors."

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