Albuquerque Americana Folk Songwriter Sam Miller Releases Heavy Western Noir Track,...

From Bach fugues played on a Moog synthesizer to futuristic sound-collage compositions, Sam Miller is a prime example of a forward-thinking artist cranking out...

Progressive Bluegrass Band Barbaro Talks Debut Album ‘Dressed In Roses’, Minneapolis...

Barbaro, the Minneapolis-Winona based bluegrass-fusion superstars, reflect on their life experiences through intentionally arranged and intricately performed bluegrass-analogous ballads. Characterized by their minimal, acoustic setup,...

Norwegian Folk Songstress Siv Jakobsen Talks New Single, Upcoming Album, ‘A...

Imagine this: golden light peers through the blinds, encouraging you to awaken. The sun practically dances on the crystalline mountainside of your hotel. The townspeople’s homes...

From The Deep South To The High West: A Chat With...

I find myself somewhat fascinated when musical artists of the Deep South merge with the Far North, or vice versa. Especially in decades past, I think of...

30 Years Of Leftover Salmon: Vince Herman Reflects On Bluegrass Beginnings,...

From Pittsburgh polka to Boulder bluegrass, guitarist and songwriter Vince Herman of popular jamgrass band Leftover Salmon has been at it for the better...

Soul Sisters: An Interview With Chloe Smith of Rhythmic Folk N’...

Sisters Chloe and Leah Smith make up one of the most unique and fine-tuned rhythmic folk bands making music today. However, pigeonholing them merely...

A Look At Outlaw Country Folk Artist Chris Catalena & His...

Chris Catalena is a Los Angeles by-way-of Austin outlaw country-folk artist riding the high of the release of his self-titled album. Catalena garners much...

An Interview With Indie Folk Heartland Rockers The Talbott Brothers, &...

When you're born and raised in Middle America, (like the exact middle) in a town whose population hardly exceeds the year we live in,...

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