Skylar Kergil, Ro Colegrove, and Kerr Griffin
- Acoustic Folk
Skylar Kergil is a transgender singer-songwriter and poet who shares his stories through simple progressions and complicated lyrics. According to Billboard, he is one of eleven transgender and non-binary musicians to keep an eye on, writing that his music has a folk sound that sends a statement. He is a Boston native, often found nearby cats or listening to the lives of queer youth.
Ro Colegrove is a queer & transgender singer-songwriter who is proud to craft songs for the underdog, sung in his gently whispered voice. He has shared the stage with many seasoned artists, including Meg Hutchinson, Edie Carey, and Melissa Ferrick. When you attend a Ro Colegrove show, you will be treated to a night of story-telling, laughter, and heart-warming connection.
Kerr Griffin is an Americana crooner, DIY musician, transgender man & music veteran who cut his teeth in the Boston area cover band scene. Sadly, he developed a chronic allergy to sequins and “Superfreak” and had to leave his award winning band. It seemed to be a sign to strike out on his own to write and perform the acoustic music he’d always loved. Since then, Kerr has been cultivating his own brand of acoustic rock.