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Recorded Live at the Yellow House:  Mark Bilyeu
Mark Bilyeu The principal singer and songwriter for Big Smith, Mark presented a solo acoustic evening on August 16, 2003.

Listen to French Broad, an old time traditional song, (it's the name of a river),
French Broad
and the rousing encore, which turned into a House sing along: Roll In My Sweet Baby’s Arms

  Redheaded Stepchild
American Roots and Rhythm

Their sound encompasses bluegrass, dixieland, ragtime, jazz, blues, gospel and folk. Listen to a tune from Time Will Tell, their first studio CD:
 Ten Cent Dress

Web site: Redheaded Stepchild


Emily Higgins
Emily Higgins Singer/songwriter, guitarist and recording artist from St. Louis, Higgin's debut CD Singing River features 15 of her original songs. Listen to two clips.

Suitcases by the Door

Singing River


Elliott RanneyRecorded Live at the Yellow House:
Elliott Ranney
After his show here, St. Louis singer/songwriter Elliott Ranney said, “I had a fabulous time at The Yellow House. Thanks for allowing me to perform in your fine community arts center. It was one of the best times I ever had playing music.”
        What Am I To Do?

Read a review of Elliot Ranney.


Emily Kaitz Emily Kaitz, singer-songwriter, is very active in the Fayetteville, AR acoustic music community. An irreverent and often hilarious songwriter, she has a national following and appears regularly at the Yellow House.

 Yuppie Scum

Web site: Visit Emily's page on cdbaby.com



Recorded Live at the Yellow House: Jori Costello

Jori Costello Listen to this hilarious song Jori wrote about her year and a half working as a school bus driver:
 The Bus Driver Song

A clip from her CD, Home Grown
  My Favorite Ride

Web site:  JoriCostello.com


Linda DicksonLinda Dickson

A marvelous singer/songwriter from Eureka Springs. This is a singer who knows how to tell a story. These are intimate, personal songs delivered with depth and nuance.
Read a review of Linda's show at the Yellow House
Web site: www.lindadickson.com

All Mine


Wishing ChairWishing Chair
From Stamping Ground, Kentucky, a banjo playing, guitar strumming, songwriting, storytelling, two-woman tour de force! Miriam Davidson - vocals, accordion, acoustic guitar, banjo, percussion and Kiya Heartwood - vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion. Listen to two clips from their latest CD, Dishpan Brigade:
Beautiful Soul     Morning Star


Possum Carvers Uncle Cuckleburr’s Champion Possum Carvers
A musical duo playing music that has been lost in the vaults of history. Refusing to be restricted to contemporary conceptions of  “Mountain Music,”  “Blues,”  or even “Old-Time,”  the Possum Carvers combine aspects of early american music without regard for genre. Web site: possumcarvers.com
 Read a review

  run mollie run      fallin down blues

Leela and Ellie Grace
Well-known here in West Plains for their performances at the Old Time Music Festival, the Grace sisters have been acclaimed by audiences and fellow musicians alike for their tight harmonies, relaxed stage presence, driving old-time instrumentals, and spirited precision dancing. Listen to two clips from their new CD. The song In My Name (You Shall Love) was featured on NPR's All Songs Considered  in a special edition featuring songs related to the war in Iraq.

Echoes of the Ancients

In My Name (You Shall Love)


Help with Music Clips
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All songs are either original compositions or traditional material in the public domain.
Original compositions are copyrighted by the artists. Everything is posted by permission.

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The Yellow House Community Arts Center, 209 W. Cleveland, PO Box 21, West Plains, Missouri 65775
The Yellow House is a project of Ozarks Resource Center, a not-for-profit organization
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