"Winter's Bone," one of last year's best films, took us into the grimy, impoverished, meth-infested heart of the Ozarks. Part of what kept us on the edge of our seats was the somber silence that accompanied the film's dialogue, but a bright - well, brighter, - moment arose when Ree (Jennifer Lawrence) came across a house filled with strumming folk musicians and an older woman who sang soulfully.

"Winter's Bone," one of last year's best films, took us into the grimy, impoverished, meth-infested heart of the Ozarks. Part of what kept us on the edge of our seats was the somber silence that accompanied the film's dialogue, but a bright - well, brighter, - moment arose when Ree (Jennifer Lawrence) came across a house filled with strumming folk musicians and an older woman who sang soulfully.

That woman, Marideth Sisco, and Blackberry Winter, the other musicians featured on the film's soundtrack, will bring their brand of soothing, fiddle-heavy folk to Rumba Cafe on Tuesday night.