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March 8 @ 8:30 pm - 10:30 pm


MY POLITIC  is a Folk/Americana duo consisting of  Kaston Guffey and Nick Pankey, who grew up together in Ozark MO and started My Politic around the age of 15. Kaston writes character driven story songs and Nick adds sibling-like harmony to create a unique sound that is totally their own. More bio below ticket link.

Inspired by artists like John Prine, Woody Guthrie, Randy Newman, Bob Dylan, Patty Griffin, Nina Simone, Simon & Garfunkel classic country and so much else, My Politic has recorded 10 albums to date,  3 of those when living in Nashville: “Anchor” (2015) “12 Kinds of Lost” (2017), “Short-Sighted People In Power” (released 10/30/2020) which is a collection of songs written and recorded between March and August of 2020 hyper-focused on politics & current affairs. The album has been featured 3 times in American Songwriter. They’ve also had the pleasure of appearing at Americanafest and multiple times at The Bluebird.

Newest release is  “MISSOURI FOLKLORE: SONGS & STORIES FROM HOME“, reviewed below.

As with all their previous albums it proves to be an engaging and interesting experience, heightened by the superb harmonies and wonderful interplay among the musicians….[Guffey’s] writing has always displayed an acute insight on the human condition and his astute observations are as finely honed as ever “— Lonesome Highway Magazine

combines fine musicianship with perceptive, reflective and provocative lyrics. My Politic have produced a very fine record which provides intelligent, thoughtful insights not only into their home state but also the complexities and paradoxes of what it is to be human.” — Americana UK

It has the trappings and truth telling of a John Prine or John Hartford style track… It deserves the attention of serious Americana and folk fans.” — Ear to the Ground Music (on “Buzzards on a Powerline”)

Keen-edged imagery, delicately soft vocals with hard, reflective lyrics, Missouri Folklore is a slow-creeping quintessential addition to your music collection.” – Listening Through The Lens

Read an article about them here.



March 8
8:30 pm - 10:30 pm