Jonathan Frahm

JONATHAN FRAHM wasn't always as much into music as he should have been, unless you were talking about the soundtrack to Super Mario 64, but time went on and he had eventually grown more of a head on his shoulders about all of the other excellent tunes. He hails from Fairfield, CA but currently resides in Tucson, AZ, from which he is currently working as a music writer for PopMatters, Wide Open Country and For Folk's Sake. He also writes for his own TUCSOUND blog highlighting Tucson's rich music scene. Jonathan's favorite artists include the Accidentals, Secret Sisters and Avett Brothers. Check out his dedicated writing page over on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jfrahmwrites. Follow him on Twitter @jfrahm_ Inquiries: [email protected]

Features // 2 Articles
Reviews // 155 Articles
Blogs // 104 Articles
//Features

Out of the Living Room: An Interview With the Generations Frontman, Petie Ronstadt | 10 Feb 2017 // 4:06 AM

Ronstadt sees his band at the precipice of a major shift on the promise of festivals and national tours, but he's never forgotten his roots.

Riding the Undercurrent: An Interview with Sarah Jarosz | 14 Jul 2016 // 3:48 AM

After a whirlwind three years, Jarosz finds herself at the precipice of her most-anticipated release yet, and it all begins with stripping things down.

//Reviews

Willie Watson: Folksinger Vol. 2 | 17 Oct 2017 // 9:10 PM

On Folksinger Vol. 2, Willie Watson once again establishes himself as a fine interpreter of song.

Noah Gundersen: White Noise | 3 Oct 2017 // 3:02 AM

On White Noise, Gundersen fully transitions from a pensive folk singer to a layered rock star.

//Blogs

Gasoline Lollipops - "Soul Mine" (audio) (premiere) | 20 Oct 2017 // 3:35 AM

Gasoline Lollipops continue to innovate by melding folk sentiment with punk provocation.

Richie & Rosie - "Glory in the Meeting House" (video) (premiere) | 20 Oct 2017 // 3:21 AM

Richie & Rosie continue their ascent with this torrid cover of an Appalachian classic.

//Mixed media
//Blogs

NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

// Notes from the Road

"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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