"You are dear people... keep bringing us beautiful, heartfelt songs... I love you guys to pieces! Although I enjoyed each of the songs, 'Five Minutes' gets me every time I hear it (and then stays in my mind for weeks!) Something between the rhythm & the subject--wonderful! "
COYOTE are Marcy Brenner & Lou Castro who make Ocracoke Island, NC their home. Ever "the trickster," Coyote draw from a huge arc of influences (and instruments!) from classical to heavy metal, in both original songs and adapting covers.For fourteen years Coyote have performed as a duo, specializing in special concerts and events.
They have an engaging and spontaneous presence that invites listeners and audiences into their proverbial living room with enchanting, intimate songs and colorful music tinged with folk, rock, blues and jazz flavors. Coyote appear all over the Outer Banks region, the state and beyond. e-News Signup (don't miss a thing)
NEW SHOW for Summer 2015
Plus One" is an evening of
"well-crafted spontaneity" with Marcy and Lou
and a different guest each week!
All of the music for the documentary film DEAD GIRL WALKING was
written, recorded and published by Marcy Brenner & Lou Castro (MRB Publishing LLC ascap).Marcy is the subject of this film produced by filmmaker Ray Schmitt of Real Earth Productions.
Two Top 5 National Releases - Half a dozen CDs - Seven Ocrafolk Festivals
Multiple Regional Tours - A handful of Folk Alliance Conferences
Two hundred Deepwater Shows - A killer Indiegogo Campaign
Here is a recent article about us with Molasses Creek. We have
officially retired from the band to pursue other projects. From
Molasses Creek blog:
the second year in a row we had an album in the top 5 on the national
folk charts, the biggest crowds ever at our Ocrafolk Festival, and even a
hurricane on the 4th of July! After all this excitement, we end the
year on a wistful note. Marcy and Lou have decided to leave Molasses
Creek to make time to pursue other interests that had been put on the
back burner for the past few years. We've made some wonderful music
together and we'll miss them, but certainly wish them well!