2016 30A Songwriters Festival: Jeffrey Foucault & Kris Delmhorst

As the snow started to fall in Upstate New York, the Folk Alley and BeeHive crews headed south to the 30A Songwriters Festival along the Emerald Coast in Florida. The festival, which presented hundreds of performances by the best in the business, offered Folk Alley the opportunity to create intimate recordings of top folk and Americana artists.

Even though they are married, singer/songwriters Kris Delmhorst and Jeffrey Foucault rarely perform together as a duo. The 30A Songwriters Festival provided the perfect environment to capture a few exclusive musical moments. BeeHive Productions recorded video and audio of this special collaboration between two great musicians.

Kris Delmhorst, a prolific writer and constant collaborator, grew up in Brooklyn NY. Her musical home is in Boston MA where she cut her teeth on open mics, bar gigs, and subway busking before embarking on her life as an internationally touring songwriter.

Jeffrey Foucault grew up in Wisconsin and started playing guitar at 17. He made his first record at 24 and started traveling the country. Together, Delmhorst and Foucault live in a small town in western Massachusetts with their daughter. The couple occasionally perform, along with Peter Mulvey, as part of the collective Redbird.



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