Trout Fishing in America – Top 100 most influential independent artists in the past 15 years

Indie 100 Honoree

We are very proud to note Performing Songwriter Magazine( June 2008), has chosen three time Grammy Nominees, Trout Fishing in America as one of the 100 most influential independent artists in the past fifteen years. Sandwiched in the pages between Phish, and Widespread Panic, Trout Fishing in America could not be more pleased with company that included, such independent music luminaries as Willie Nelson, Jack Johnson, Ani DiFranco, David Byrne, Tom Waits, Bradford Marsalis, Alison Krauss , Jimmy Buffett, Steve Earle to name a few.

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2 Responses to Trout Fishing in America – Top 100 most influential independent artists in the past 15 years

  1. Fred Cerwick says:

    Ezra,
    I had the pleasure of meeting you at The Barefoot Bar in Okoboji, Iowa this week. Dana and the Glorious Birds were playing and I bought the album. While listening in that atmosphere, with all the distractions, I could tell there were talented musicians singing and playing and felt compelled to purchase two CD’s as well as the album. I really LOVE the sound! Well done!!
    I am very hopeful that you will be back in the area again next summer! I’ll be sure to let Butch know….
    I just now googled your name and found Trout Fishing in America. I apologize that I did not know who you were when we met. Clearly, your talent was picked up by your daughter! Keith played with an obvious sense of humor, (he made me laugh on a couple of occasions) and Adams, what a fun time he had!
    You all brought a refreshing, almost magical sound to the lakes area!
    Well done and thank-you!

    • Karen says:

      Thank you Fred and we are happy that you enjoyed the music. Trout and Birds love playing music and are lucky enough to get to do it for a living!

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