British singer-songwriter Bobby Long emerged from London’s club scene with a reputation for creating memorable songs inhabited by hauntingly poetic lyrics. He relocated to New York in 2009 and has since released three CDs inhabited by powerful original material: A Winter Tale (2011)—an homage to his acoustic roots; Wishbone (2013)—a gritty opus that showcases his sorrow-filled voice and stellar guitar playing; and the critically-acclaimed Ode to Thinking (2015, Compass Records), which applies his varied musical influences to a compelling collection of original songs. Additionally, Long has published two volumes of poetry—Losing My Brotherhood (2012) and the newly released Losing My Misery, both available from amazon and other retailers. He has completed the recording of his fourth album for release this spring.
Nick Depuy is a young and very talented singer/songwriter, a storyteller with soul, influenced by great musicians from Bob Dylan and James Taylor to Nick Drake and Jeff Buckley. He has had the privilege of opening for Neil Finn of Crowded House, Hall of Fame singer-songwriter Jimmy Webb, the 2011 winner of the Voice, Javier Colon, New Orleans Jazz trumpet player, Kermit Ruffins, Art Rock legends, Procol Harum, Norah Jones and Dianne Reeves. He has been featured on ABC's channel 8, on CBS radio WTIC 1080 and WPLR 99.1, and on several local cable network shows. Nick has played the music festival The Gathering of the Vibes in Connecticut, as well as at established music venues in New York City including the Rockwood Music Hall, The Living Room and Joe's Pub.
Discovered by the late Paul Leka (singer/songwriter/ producer known for Na Na Hey Hey / Harry Chapin/Dan Fogelberg), Nick has worked extensively with Bruce Lundvall, the retired chairman of and consultant to the Blue Note Label Group, now in the Universal Records family of labels. He has also had the good fortune to be mentored by Rosanne Cash on his songwriting.