The fifth album by A Fragile Tomorrow finds the quartet expanding their musical palette and taking a leap forward in terms of production and performance.
Goldmine Magazine’s Hall of Fame inducts Nine Inch Nails, Travis Tritt, Les Paul & Mary Ford, Frankie Valli & Joan Baez
Vintage performances by icons of the ‘60s folk movement have been restored and remastered for the DVD release of “Legends of Folk: The Village Scene.”
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.
It’s hard to say what was the best moment at the tenth annual Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival last weekend in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park
The 4-CD box set is the career anthology that Mellencamp’s fans have been demanding for years.
With three days until Record Store Day, here is the latest news. Joan Baez, Buddy Guy, Thurston Moore, Glenn Branca, Jacob Fred Odyssey, and more.
“We’re going camping!” That’s what Tommy Hayes, 16, of Saddle Brook, New Jersey, told his parents, but he didn’t tell them exactly where because he wasn’t sure if they would have approved. He hitched a ride with some older friends, and his Woodstock adventure had begun.
Possessing one of the iconic voices of the ’60s folk world, Richie Havens held Woodstock spellbound with his soulful humanity as the festival’s first — however reluctant — performer.
In the second part of our exclusive, extended interview with Donovan, he shares his thoughts and observations about the famous musicians he came to know, admire and in some cases even inspire — Bob Dylan, Joan Baez and most famously, The Beatles.