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Jake Armerding (The Kennedy Center)

Jake Armerding

At the age of 13, Jake Armerding joined his father's bluegrass band, Northern Lights, on fiddle. He soon turned his attention to songwriting, and recorded his first CD, Caged Bird, while earning a degree in english literature at Wheaton College, Illinois. The record was an immediate hit on Boston's folk radio station, WUMB, which honored Mr. Armerding with its 2001 Best New Artist award. Touring regionally and with support from radio, the record eventually sold more than 2,500 copies and got Mr.

Watch Past Performances

Jake Armerding 8/21/08: Jake Armerding

The Boston Globe calls this singer and violinist “the most gifted and promising songwriter to emerge from the Boston folk scene in years.”

Jake Armerding

The Boston Globe calls this singer and violinist “the most gifted and promising songwriter to emerge from the Boston folk scene in years.”
Jake Armerding 11/11/07: Jake Armerding

Singer-violinist Jake Armerding performs a fusion of classical, folk, “newgrass,” and pop genres, as heard on his critically acclaimed CDs Jake Armerding and Walking on the World.

Jake Armerding

Singer-violinist Jake Armerding performs a fusion of classical, folk, “newgrass,” and pop genres, as heard on his critically acclaimed CDs Jake Armerding and Walking on the World.
Jake Armerding 11/29/04: Jake Armerding

Folk/bluegrass artist Jake Armerding plays fiddle, mandolin, guitar, and is a vocalist as well, and can be heard on the recordings Cagèd Bird and Jake Armerding.

Jake Armerding

Folk/bluegrass artist Jake Armerding plays fiddle, mandolin, guitar, and is a vocalist as well, and can be heard on the recordings Cagèd Bird and Jake Armerding.
Jake Armerding 7/8/03: Jake Armerding

Jake Armerding plays and sings original folk and bluegrass material on fiddle, mandolin and guitar from his Compass Records albums.

Jake Armerding

Jake Armerding plays and sings original folk and bluegrass material on fiddle, mandolin and guitar from his Compass Records albums.

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