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Burke Ingraffia

As a child of the '70's in New Orleans, Burke Ingraffia was introduced at a very early age to the funky street beats and second-line rhythms of the Mardi Gras Indians, The Meters, and Professor Longhair as well as the more historical Dixieland sounds of that same city where American music was born. Later in life, the words began to matter. The singer/songwriters of the East Coast like David Wilcox and John Gorka fueled Burke's fire, songs of life and love with lyrics that free the mind. In 2001, Burke was nominated for "Best Emerging Country or Folk Artist" by Offbeat Magazine, and in 2002 the Telluride Bluegrass Festival once again gave honorable mention to his songwriting.

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