Richard and Mimi Farina were among the earliest ‘60s folk acts, and among the best, to move into rock. They were the stuff of legend.
A tail-end look at Jim Bianco plus a bit of newcomers Aunt Martha
In honor of the Robert Johnson centennial, Delaware’s Dogfish Head Craft Brewery has created “Hellhound On My Ale,” a super-hoppy brew.
Dickens, the stark voice of the Appalachian coal country, died after a short illness on April 22, at the Washington Home Community Hospice in Washington, DC.
Surf guitar sounds often surface on lightning-fingered Stray Cat Brian Setzer’s first all-instrumental disc, Instru-mental (Surfdog Records).
Johnson’s hometown of Greenwood, MS, is doing his legend justice.
As Adele’s tour bus traveled across the States in support of her top-selling debut, 2008’s 19, the driver pumped the sound system with American roots music.
The Pogues have named their six-city concert tour The Parting Glass after a trad ballad that’s long been in their repertoire.
“Born to be Loved” By Bruce Sylvester Lucinda Williams was in peak form last night at Boston’s House of Blues in a show stretching from her new Blessed (on Lost Highway) back to her early Folkways (now Smithsonian Folkways) songs like …
One of the mid-60s most popular comic singer/writers, Allan Sherman borrowed standards’ and hits’ melodies for fond, harmless commentary on mid-America