Robert Sarazin Blake On the Hill Session at Kettle Pot Tracks

Robert Blake…er…Robert Sarazin Blake first fell into my ears in 2001 via a friend with broad-ranging taste in music. I was immediately drawn in by Robert’s dry, straightforward, story-teller vocal delivery laid over his impossibly-quick strumming…

Art On the Hill featuring Minna Resnick

Minna Resnick has lived in Ithaca, New York, since 1987, where she also maintains her studio.  She has shown both nationally and internationally, and teaches part-time. She also gives lectures and workshops around the US.  If…

A Year of Art On the Hill

  Art On the Hill started much like our On the Hill Music Series: a conversation with a friend…

Chris Kasper On the Hill Session at Kettle Pot Tracks

Chris and Kiley are two genuine, bona fide classics-in-the-making. I have said it often, but I’m pretty sure Chris is at the top of his game as a writer and performer: everything is right.

Art On the Hill featuring Rebecca Green

Rebecca Green (you can call her Becca) grew up in Michigan, where she earned her BFA in Illustration from Kendall College of Art and Design. She is a freelance illustrator, creating work for such clients as…

Kettle Pot Tracks… Our First Year On the Hill

We’ve been doing this project for a little over a year now, and it’s been an amazing experience! Thanks to everyone that supports our artists and us: it means so much. Have a look at some…

Art On the Hill featuring Gianna Pergamo

  Gianna Pergamo is a mixed media illustrator originally from Brooklyn, New York who now works out of Providence, Rhode Island. Creating original pieces from found materials, Gianna combines the dynamics of collage and painting into…

The Breaking Yard On the Hill Session at Kettle Pot Tracks

This Portland, OR crew graced us with a quick stop and rock session on their way to a gig…and we’re lucky they did! Have a listen and see for yourself: these guys do the indie folk…

Art On the Hill featuring Alexis Winter

I’m Alexis Winter, a creative based in Melbourne, Australia. I love making things across all different mediums but I just can’t seem to kick the itch to illustrate. It all started when my dog accidentally gave a peacock a…