Cosby Gibson and Tom Staudle are songwriters and singers and live near the Adirondacks in upstate New York. As a duo, they have been performing for five years in the Northeast, the mid-Atlantic, and Appalachian Mountain region.
Cosby's songs are inspired by the forest, countryside, and human relationships. Her recent musical explorations include an American Settlers song series, guitar tunings, and involvement in her community music project, "The Flying Song Garden." This project brings song and festivity to communities in hardship.
Tom writes and performs in acoustic and Americana styles, and offers songs that "make you think." Tom also organizes and hosts a large community open mic in Fultonville, NY, once a month, "The Acoustic Coffee House," and an annual community Party in the Park, also in Fultonville, which is supported entirely by local businesses.
Together they play acoustic, folk, Americana, and blues-style originals and favorites with a variety of instruments such as guitar, violin, banjo, harmonica, and ukelele. Currently they are recording a song collection for an upcoming release.
Cosby and Tom enjoy cross-country skiing, archery and film. They look forward to performing this year at house concerts, festivals, and concert series.