The Old Crow Medicine Show recently recorded a new album “Live At The Ryman.” And they put a fresh spin on some classic Americana music.
Pete Seeger remains a national treasure of American folk music. A new project marking his 100th birthday offers unexpected collaborations on some of his best songs.
Just five years after buying her first guitar, Joan Baez became the leading female voice in folk music. A reissue of her debut album shows what made her such a force.
His vocal style has been compared to Marvin Gaye and Al Green. But Terry Callier’s folkie acoustic guitar sound puts him in his own category. Craft Recording’s re-issue of his 1968 debut is worth discovering.
Often-brilliant lyrics, from the likes of Jeffrey Martin, Anna Tivel, and The Sweeplings, may have you slowing down for the details.