Carly Bak

Carly’s songs reflect her raw intuition and sixth sense of humor...She's Got Moxie and delivers with Grit, Gravel, and Grandeur!  "A powerful gutsy folk/blues voice that will leave you begging for more!" ~ Citrus Chronicle

Run Like Hell 

Run Like Hell
By Carly Bak

I wish I could see you through someone else's eyes
I would leave you in a heartbeat...Now wouldn't that be wise!

But there are to many strings attached...to many beds I've made
so I guess I have to sleep in it ... that's the price I'll pay

My soul is sold, I've nothing left to sell
I should just pick myself up and run like hell!

But the sheets are wrapped around me so tight
that my brain is dead and my knuckles white
If only I could see the light

I would leave you.........


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Kerrville Folk Festival

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Kerrville Folk Festival, 3876 Medina Hwy Kerrville, Tx. 78028, Kerrville TX

Over 1500 outstanding singer-songwriters have been presented on the Festival’s stages since the beginning. More than just a “folk music” festival, Kerrville offers music of many styles including traditional folk, bluegrass, acoustic rock, blues, country, jazz, and Americana. The common thread is songwriting. The focus of the festivals is to promote emerging artists while giving our audience exposure to both new and recognized, seasoned talent. Major label artists such as Lyle Lovett, Willie Nelson, Michelle Shocked, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Robert Earl Keen, Lucinda Williams, and Nancy Griffith played Kerrville early in their careers. Through the years, the Kerrville stage has seen other nationally known artists like Peter Paul & Mary, Judy Collins, Janis Ian and Arlo Guthrie, while others such as singer/songwriter/actor Ronny Cox play on our stages any given year. http://www.kerrvillefolkfestival.org/

Will McLean Festival

Sertoma Youth Ranch , Sertoma Youth Ranch 85 Myers Rd Brooksville, FL 34602, Brooksville FL

Will McLean is considered the “Father of Florida Folk.” The “Black Hat Troubadour” travelled all across his beloved state writing hundreds of poems, songs and stories. After his death in 1990 he was inducted into the Florida Artists Hall of Fame. Each year Florida singer songwriters gather at the Will McLean Folk Festival to honor him. McLean wanted to save Florida through his music. Each year the Will McLean Foundation holds a “Best New Florida Song Contest” to keep McLean’s mission alive.