4 Days of Nature, Creativity & Collaboration
June 22-25, 2023
4 days of nature, creativity & collaboration in Connecticut’s Litchfield Hills, at a venue like none other. Let’s SHAG.
Lido Pimienta’s new album ‘Miss Colombia,’ the anticipated follow-up to ‘La Papessa,’ which was awarded the Polaris Music Prize in 2017, is available now. The Colombian-born, Toronto-based global beats trailblazer recorded the album in her home studio, with some additional recording done in the historic Colombian town of San Basilio de Palenque.
“Ever since I started playing music, it was always about the feel,” says Josh Karpeh, AKA Cautious Clay. “There are a lot of things in art that you can learn by practicing or studying, but feel’s not one of them. It’s something you’ve just got to have.”
To understand where Betty Who currently stands in her career, it’s best to imagine her as she often stood as a kid: solo, in front of the bedroom mirror, belting out hits, dancing like everyone’s watching. Because as the Australian pop queen walked away from her record deal and into her first independent album, she had a single mandate: “I am going to be the most me I can be.”
We know what you’re thinking. A Grateful Dead cover band? Really?
Danny Jonokuchi & The Revisionists
Join SHAG on Opening Night as we turn Spring Hill into Swing Hill, with Danny Jonokuchi & The Revisionists!
Raye Zaragoza is a galvanizing presence, a self-assured artist making music to fight for, represent, and celebrate those left too long outside the spotlight.
Deborah Cox possesses one of the most powerful and versatile contemporary voices of our time. The Grammy Award-nominated, multi-platinum R&B Pop recording artist and actress consistently blows the roof off and will co-headline SHAG with PRIDE!
BJ The Chicago Kid
It’s been a long time coming for BJ The Chicago Kid. After four mixtapes and one indie classic, he’s releasing his major-label debut on Motown.
Born in Greece to parents of Nigerian descent, Abraham Alexander moved to Texas with his family at age 11, determined to escape the racial tensions they faced in Athens. But while his lyrics speak to pain and trauma and life-changing loss, Alexander instills his music with a joyful passion and irrepressible spirit, ultimately giving way to songs that radiate undeniable hope.
Back by popular demand, our beloved emcee for SHAG with PRIDE!
Homemade and unplugged, it’s Nat Myers, y’all. Nat will be an artist in residence at SHAG ’22!