Fan favorites from music festivals I’ve loved through the years.
Washburn’s music builds cultural understanding on the communal experience of beauty and sound.
A mainstay on the roots music scene, O’Brien has a new album on getting through our trying times.
Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen: favorites of the bluegrass festival circuit.
When it comes to underpinning traditional and new acoustic music, it’s all about that bass.
The pulsating rhythms of E.M.D. opening the 1977 DGQ album made me a fan for life.
The Steeldrivers’ 2020 album – coming after personnel changes – was a joy to Steelheads everywhere.
Bromberg plays multiple styles while singing quirky songs with a straight face and distinctive voice.
Low Lily explores the roots and branches of American folk music with traditional influences and modern inspiration.
Classic Flatt & Scruggs from the Earls of Leicester. Bluegrass doesn’t get any better than this.