Kim Strother stands 3 inches taller than Annie Hatke (5'1) and together they make a relatively small folk duo. Each playing guitar, banjo and mandolin, Kim throws in more talents besides and the two Lafayette dwellers take on the stage playing a wide variety of folk tunes. We can't say "folk favorites" because many of the songs they play are unheard of. However, they do touch on the works of songwriting greats such as Paul Simon, Townes Van Zandt, Bob Dylan, and Tom T. Hall. They draw their influences from those listed above as well as musicians like Patty Griffin, Greg Brown, Kate Rusby, Nanci Griffith, and many, many more. Always learning new songs while writing some of their own on the side, the shows of Kim and Annie are always changing (as slowly as that happens) and with special guests appearing from time to time (such as The Woodstove Flapjacks' Matt Scherger and The Pink Slips' Ian Thompson) their shows often keep their audience (and themselves) guessing as to what will happen next.