Artists appearing in this episode: Kate Klim, Shaun Booker and Sean Carney, Matty Monk, and hosted by songwriter Eric Gnezda. Artist Bio: Kate Klim arrived in Columbus, Ohio, by way of Boston and Nashville, where she was an active member of the local music scenes and no stranger to the stages of Club Passim and Nashville's famous venue for songwriters The Bluebird Cafe. Winner of the 2010 Kerrville New Folk competition, Kate was also a finalist in the Mountain Stage Newsong Contest, Telluride Troubadour Competition, and Falcon Ridge Folk fest. She has worked with Shawn Colvin, Richard Shindell, and Lucy Kaplinsky. Her third and latest CD is 100 Million Years, from which she performs the title track, and "Can't Help Where the Wind Blows." Artist Bio: Shaun Booker and Sean Carney are a Columbus, Ohio-based blues duo that tours the world. Shaun, a native of the South, has deep family roots in the civil rights movement, which contribute to her passionate, defiant vocals. Her guitar playing partner, Sean, a descendent of jazz horn players, has won the Albert King Best Guitarist award and took first place at the 2007 International Blues Challenge in Memphis. They perform "Sunset Key West." Artist Bio: Matty Monk was born and bred in a cornfield town in northern Ohio, and has been expressing himself through music since ever since. He blends an eclectic mix of blues, country, and jazz. Matty is a soul singer by heart and a writer, having released four albums with his band The Lovebones. He is starting to make his solo gig the main attraction and released his second album in 2016. He sings "Holiday."