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Folk in the Flow

Folk in the Flow
(913) 238-0151
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BIO

Folk in the Flow s the dynamic, multi-instrumental duo of Buck Brandt and Holly Taylor, based out of Lawrence, KS. Perfect for family friendly, community gatherings, private and corporate events, they offer a compelling journey of songs and stories across several genres. 

With their professional training and friendly attitudes, Folk in the Flow consistently brings out smiles in audience members of various age groups and backgrounds. They have been featured multiple times in the Tuesday Night Concert Series at the Lawrence Arts Center, De Soto Days, Make Music KC, Liberty Memorial, and are quiet favorites in their neighborhood bars and restaurants. With original, uplifting, and fun tunes; this pair shares center stage with well blended harmonies, colorful soundscapes and impressive finger work. 

The duo recently debuted as a full band featuring Zachary Korte on bass and Nathan Deel on drum set.  These two talented guys came in with lifetimes of musical experience and the ease and Flow of music making with good friends!   Folk in the Flow is a highly versatile group, flowing from acoustic folk instruments to electric guitar, keyboard ,bass and drum set.  Whether in duo, trio or full band settings, the audience experiences quite the range of music prowess. From the smooth indie-folk songs of Holly Taylor, to the upbeat, soulful, or playful writings of Buck Brandt, the essence of The Flow is variety! 

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song list

-Folk in the Flow’s Top 40 Favorite Cover Songs:

 

Sultans of Swing, Dire Straits

Rainbows, Jack Johnson

Wind Cries Mary, Jimi Hendrix

Invisible City, Wallflowers

Sing to the Moon, Elephant Revival

Resilient, Rising Appalachia

Dreaming Man, Neil Young

War of Man, Neil Young

You Don’t Know How it Feels, Tom Petty

Bound for Mexico, Cake

Knocking on Heaven’s Door, Bob Dylan

Someday, Steve Earle

Copperhead Road, Steve Earle

White Wedding, Billy Idol

Life’s Highway, Steve Warner

Sitting on the Dock of the Bay, Otis Redding

Won’t Back Down, Tom Petty

On the Road Again, Willie Nelson

Walk Beside Me, Tim O’Brien and Darrell Scott

Fox on the Run, Tom T. Hall

Luckiest Man, The Wood Brothers

It All Can be Done, Nahko and Medicine for the People

Brighter Every Day, Trout Steak Revival

Joker, Steve Miller Band

Nightengale, Norah Jones

Blister in the Sun, Violent Femmes

Seeds and Stems, Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen

Wichita, Gillian Welch

Taking Care of Business, Bachman Turner Overdrive

Celebration, KOOL and the Gang

Just like Heaven, The Cure

Three Little Birds, Bob Marley

Victims of Comfort, Keb Mo

Mary Jane’s Last Dance, Tom Petty

Seminole Wind, John Anderson

All Along the Watchtower, Jimi Hendrix

Atlantic City, The Band

Save it for a Rainy Day, The Jayhawks

Walls, Tom Petty

White Freightliner Blues, Townes Van Zandt