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Mouths of Babes is Ty Greenstein (of Girlyman) and Ingrid Elizabeth (of Coyote Grace).

"Hands down the best new music I've heard in years. It's damn near perfect. The instrumental performances, the arrangements, the production, and OMG the songwriting and singing. The opening tune 'Thing with Feathers' gave me goosebumps. Twice. This is the kind of music that makes you glad to be alive." - Michael Mullane, Cafe Veritas

With more than a dozen albums and over a thousand shows between them, Ty Greenstein and Ingrid Elizabeth of Mouths of Babes are no strangers to the contemporary folk music scene. For years, their respective bands Girlyman and Coyote Grace captivated thousands of loyal fans as they criss-crossed the country, rocked festival main stages, and toured with the likes of the Indigo Girls and Dar Williams. Now, as Mouths of Babes, Ty and Ingrid have distilled the very best of the songwriting, humor, and musicianship of their previous groups into a new power duo that brings more style and depth than ever before.

"If I was forced to categorize it, I'd call it modern folk. It's powerful. It's romantic. It's giddy. And the two are insanely infectious together onstage, like a musical and a personal love fest all at once." - Huffington Post

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Our 2016 WEST COAST TOUR is almost here! We'll only be out west once this year, and it's now. So check out the full list of shows and get your tickets over at our show page.

Can't wait to see you, California and northwest peeps!

WE DID IT! This calls for a montage. 

Woo hoo! WE DID IT! 

796 backers...$56,110...goal surpassed...THREE stretch goals nailed. Incredible! Thank you to each of our backers for your amazing, epic support! Y'all knocked it out of the park. 

It's difficult to express how much this means to us. Perhaps it's best said with a montage.

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. We love you and we can't wait for you to hear what we're cooking up! 

Ty & Ingrid

Stretch Goal #2 IN THE BAG. 24 hours left! 

WOW! We just reached our SECOND STRETCH GOAL! We are really feeling the love, y'all. We're thrilled to have a budget for tour support, and we're excited to send our $25 & up backers your GREATEST HITS albums. 

AND we still have 24 hours to reach for Stretch Goal #3: Music Videos - $55,000! If you've been enjoying our ridiculous little videos during this campaign, imagine what we could do with a little professional help (flash mob, anyone?). 

Because we love you, if we reach this goal, all backers at the $40 level and up will get a hanky that says, "All the feelings, all the time." Because you need it. For your feelings.

Only 24 hours left to become a backer!

On the road again... 

You guys, we have 3 DAYS LEFT to reach Stretch Goal #2 - $50,000 - Tour Support

We have a special treat for you if we get there: All backers at the $25 level and up will get an exclusive digital GREATEST HITS album of our favorite songs that we've ever recorded! The album will include songs from ALL our previous projects (Girlyman, Coyote Grace, Captain Gravel, The Garden Verge, Ty's solo album, and MoB's EP) as well as personal notes about each song.

Let's get this show on the road! 

Mouths of Babes featured in The Huffington Post! 

Big thanks to the Huffington Post for an excellent live show review and interview!

"Tylan Greenstein (formerly of Girlyman) and Ingrid Elizabeth (formerly of Coyote Grace) are that charming musical couple that everyone wants to sit next to at the dinner party. Before I even heard them perform, I got the chance to be their dining companion when I met them on an Olivia Cruise. 

Once the two, who call themselves Mouths of Babes, did take the stage the next night, I was hooked. And I certainly wasn't alone. The pair was so popular onboard that they had to book a larger venue for their second show. 

No wonder. They are an accomplished match. Between the pair, they have created more than a dozen albums and performed in -- literally -- thousands of shows. Their genre? If I was forced to categorize it, I'd call it modern folk. It's powerful. It's romantic. It's giddy. And the two are insanely infectious together onstage, like a musical and a personal love fest all at once."

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