Nothing is off limits for this Boston-based quartet that fuses folk with soul, country, and R&B.
Doc Watson changed this Italian guitar master’s life; now he sings in four languages and covers Giuseppe Verdi.
These former Be Good Tanyas reunite as a duo to record a new disc largely inspired by the poet William Blake.
With their Old West garb and vaudeville antics, this is not your run-of-the-mill bluegrass band.
His folk-meets-country-noir bristles with social commentary and reflects on the Beat Generation.
A powerful and commanding guitarist, his complex, acoustic music straddles funk to folk.
As the revival took hold in Canada in the early sixties, folk venues sprang up like spring flowers. Some of them even stuck around for a while. In this feature, we highlight 10 lost rooms, their history told by those who were there.
Roddy Campbell highlights the heart-warming resurgence of LPs.
Lynn Miles hails Jennifer Warnes’s Famous Blue Raincoat.
Molly Evans, Will Varley, Moscow Apartment, Rosemary Lawton, OktoEcho, and Joshua Hyslop.