For over 40 years and 34 albums, John McCutcheon has championed a sound as old as the Appalachians and every bit as authentic.
The 29th Folk Alliance International Conference served its purpose, binding past and present and looking ahead to the future.
The timeless troubador, Justin Hayward, muses about days of future passed.
New album, “Leap of Faith,” gives Eagle Timothy B. Schmit a special faith that soars high.
These days, Alan Parsons performs as the prime player in what’s now known as the Alan Parsons Live Project — an enterprise that was forged 20 years ago.
After a series of break-ups and subsequent make-ups, a new album shows the Pixies are back in good form.
Steve Forbert’s backstory could easily pass for the great American novel.
Merci, Montreal, for a festival that remains magnifique!
Youngblood Lowell “Banana” Levinger’s solo album “Get Together — Banana Recalls Youngbloods Classics” offers due homage to a band whose unassuming demeanor made them as much a forewarner of essential Americana as The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield or any California contemporary.
Martin Barre, the erstwhile guitarist for Jethro Tull, finds joy in going it alone.