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Ash Devine & Diane Cluck on Back Up and Push, July 22



on Back Up and Push

Monday, July 22, 2013

4:30 pm (edt)



Songwriters Ash Devine and Diane Cluck will stop by WTJU Monday afternoon, July 22, for a visit with Back Up and Push host Annette Kastner.  In between some live music, they are bound to discuss their concert that night at Magnolia House in Charlottesville.

Diane Cluck is an internationally-recognized singer-songwriter, creating her own unique variety of intuitive folk. Her songs have appeared in both film (Margot At The Wedding) and television (U.K. series Skins). A young generation of female songwriters cite her music as influential, including Laura Marling, Sharon Van Etten, and Florence Welch (of Florence and The Machine).

Ash Devine is an Asheville NC based Songwriter, Multi-instrumentalist, Caring Clown and a multi-disciplinary performance artist. Ash’s Debut album, ‘Bird Must Fly’ co- produced by F.M Turner and Ash Devine was recorded in Blacksburg VA, and mixed and mastered in Asheville, NC. Since its release, Ash has been expanding her work as a performance artist by leading participatory music workshops in nursing homes and other community settings. It is said that Ash Devine has the freshest sound in the indie-folk music scene, and her message as a performer is steeped in social change. The award-winning songwriter has an original yet familiar sound, with powerful dreamy vocal presence and a mind blowing finger-picking guitar style, this unique sound is perking ears everywhere.

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