Since the early 50s, Ramblin' Jack Elliott has personified the footloose, carefree, hitchhiking, sing for your supper troubadour. He is Woody Guthrie's spiritual heir and an early inspiration to two generations of fledgling folkies, including his pal from Greenwich Village days, Bob Dylan. He's a singing cowboy who numbers rodeo stars, range hands, buckaroos, and cowboy poets among his friends and admirers, as well as fellow freethinkers as various as Tom Waits, Robert Duvall, Sam Shepard, and the late Jack Kerouac. Peter Rowan's stellar and eclectic career has spanned four decades, with musical exploration continuing to infuse and ignite his very soul. Well known for his mix of musical styles, Rowan's near constant touring facilitates his penchant to explore music of all genres, from Tex-Mex to old-time country, Celtic, rock & roll, reggae, bluegrass, world, and acoustic folk music.