Tuesday, February 28 2012
"Our job is to tell everyday stories about what's happening with people on the ground. It's more effective to tell a great story than it is to try to be political."
Thursday, July 1 2010
"We listen to a lot of traditional music but we can only use it as it's relevant to us," Robinson says. Instead, the goal is to keep the "bare bones" of the original song and then incorporate their own varied influences.
Tuesday, July 17 2012
The Carolina Chocolate Drops show us why it's important that country music gets in touch with its real base: rural America and the many gifts that rural America offers.
Friday, March 7 2008
Rightly or wrongly, black audiences have always tended to chase musical innovation, not musical reverence.
Monday, February 27 2012
A perfect synthesis of old and new on the follow up to their Grammy winning Genuine Negro Jig.
Tuesday, February 23 2010
It's this immersion in their cultural history and their willingness to engage it with their cultural present that sets the Carolina Chocolate Drops apart from the indie-folk dilettantes.
Wednesday, March 24 2010
Watch the Carolina Chocolate Drops' performance of "Snowden's Jig (Genuine Negro Jig)" at the Galaxy Room in Austin.