Eric Nassau

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Blind Engineer band photo

Built on friendships more than two decades old, Blind Engineer grew out of a 2013 lo-fi recording project by Robert Loss titled Black-Letter Ballads, vol. 2. Loss recruited drummer Bill Heingartner, Loss' bandmate in The Wells, and Eric Nassau (Devil Doves, The Goldsberrys) on bass guitar. Young gun Jesse Charles joined the band on lead guitar to record the 2016 EP, The Big Restless. Four years later, Blind Engineer released its first full-length album, Human Capital

Jesse Charles, Bill Heingartner, Robert Loss, Eric Nassau
The Devil Doves on stage

The Devil Doves are a local “Clusterfolk” band whose high-energy performances and clever, insightful songwriting has been surprising and delighting audiences of all ages. Featuring Junior Kauffman on lead vocals and guitar and Kyle “Headband” Davis on the cajon, Rev. Rico “Thunderstorm” Nassau and Jeff “Pretty Fingers” Straw round out the quartet, adding angelic harmonies to the rough-and-tumble musical skeleton.

Junior Kauffman, Eric Nassau, Kyle Davis, Jeff Straw

The Goldsberrys serve up original folkgrass jam. Inspired by old-time bluegrass and folk, lyrics all can relate to are woven with 4-part vocal harmony to create a unique sound. Originally formed as a husband and wife duo, the now 4-piece band includes banjo, guitar, fiddle, and bass.

Jen Goldsberry, Jaime Goldsberry, Eric Nassau, Chris Westra