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Folk Alliance International Announces Initial Official Showcase Lineup of 130+ Artists from 36 Countries of Origin for 36th Annual Conference in Kansas City, MO Feb. 21-25, 2024

Lineup Includes Rainbow Girls, Willi Carlisle, Jolie Holland, Flamy Grant, Kaia Kater, Olive Klug, John Gallagher, Jr., Crys Matthews, Amy LaVere,...

Atwood Magazine Premiere: Looms, “The Water”

Premiere: Looms' New Single "The Water" Depicts the Heavy Weight of a Sinking Friendship"Sometimes it’s distance; sometimes it’s where you are in...

How Jonah Tolchin’s Jewish Jewish & Buddist Faith; Peter Green’s Passing; His Divorce and Remarriage Shaped His New Blues-Adjacent LP Dockside

New Single "Endless Highway," Out Last Week, Added to Spotify's Official "Got Blues" and "Blues Stompers" Playlists, Helping Tolchin Earn Enough...

Meadowlark Festival and Benefit for Farmers Add the “Famously Kinetic” (Pitchfork) Detroit Cobras Sept. 9 and Hudson Valley Duo the Kondrat Sisters Sept. 10

Garage Rock Legends Join Lineup with Grammy-Nominated Band Devotchka; "Great Band" (Stereogum) Clap Your Hands Say Yeah; "One of the Absolute Best...

“Sensational” (American Songwriter), “Electrifying,” (Guitar World), “Firecracker” (Offbeat) Garage-Blues Artist/Rock & Roller Ghalia Volt Plots Album Produced by David Catching (Queens of the Stone Age)

Volt Traveled to Joshua Tree to Record Shout Sister Shout!, Out Oct. 6 via Ruf Records with First Single and Video Out Sept 8New Orleans-via-Belgium...


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The Bluegrass Situation Shares Secret Museum Album

Stream a Historic, Boundary-Hopping Fiddle Compilation from Jalopy Records"The compilation, drawn from Conte’s pioneering and remarkable personal...

American Songwriter Highlights Jonah Tolchin

New Song Saturday! Hear the Newest Songs from R.E.M., Jonah Tolchin, and More"The skillful blues-rock artist Jonah Tolchin will release his...

NPR Highlights Annie Bartholomew’s “Mountain Dove Song”

"Bartholomew begins by playing a steady and airy clawhammer banjo melody, an instrument that she learned specifically for this project, and then...

NPR’s New Mix Includes Annie Bartholomew

"Juneau, Ala.-based musician Annie Bartholomew tells tales with a love of folk traditions."  |  Read More at NPR

Brooklyn Vegan Highlights Meadowlark Festival

"The 2023 edition of the Hudson Valley's Meadowlark Fest happens September 8-10 at Stone Ridge Orchard & Farmers Market."  |  Read More at...

No Depression Album Review: Annie Bartholomew

Annie Bartholomew Finds Musical Treasure in the Stories of Klondike Gold Rush Sex Workers"If Sisters of White Chapel marks Bartholomew’s emergence...

Atwood’s Weekly Roundup Includes Dwight Trible

Atwoodo Magazine's Weekly Roundup"The results conjure the African landscape in the mind quite well, while also proving that such a setting can be...

Bluegrass Situation Video Premiere: “All for the Klondike’s Gold”

Music Video Premiere: "All for the Klondike's Gold""For the past several years, I’ve been researching the lives of Victorian sex workers and women...

Stereogum Spotlights Dwight Trible

Dwight Trible, "African Drum""Trible’s lyrics are abstract and poetic, more about sustaining a mood than conveying an explicit message, but floating...

Relix Features Eric Andersen

Reflections: Eric Andersen"Eric Andersen, now 79, doesn’t live in the Village anymore, but rather in the Netherlands."  |  Read More at Relix

Jazziz Editor’s Choice Includes Dwight Trible

JAZZIZ Editors’ Choice: Dwight Trible, Mette Henriette, Tauren Wells & MoreRead More at Jazziz

Bluegrass Situation Premiere: Prateek, “Wrong”

Listen: Prateek, "Wrong""'Racism affects far more than we give it credit for, and one perhaps under-discussed part of its domain is romance.'"  | ...

Relix Magazine Review: Matt Charette

"A Reformed Punk Version of Bastardized Americana."  |  Read More Below

New York Times Spotlights Dwight Trible

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