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Molly Tuttle Discusses Honoring Music She Loves with a Fabulous New Covers LP

Singer-songwriter and award-winning flatpicking guitarist Molly Tuttle found a creative way to shake the pandemic by recording …but i'd rather be with you, covering a wide range of artists she loves.


John Doyle Goes Quietly Down 'The Path of Stones'

Irish music maven John Doyle plays guitar in a refined and decorous manner, even when laying down a jig or reel. There's something courteous and genteel about the whole affair.


BeauSoleil's Michael Doucet Steps Out with Lâcher Prise for "Water Water" (premiere)

Cajun music legend and BeauSoleil founder Michael Doucet releases a video for "Water Water", recorded with his new adventurous, roots music quintet, Lâcher Prise.


'World Full of Blues': The Return of Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley

On their third album, World Full of Blues, Americana guitar masters Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley expand their horizons, while still playing up a storm.


Folk Artist Pierce Pettis Impresses with Warm Storytelling on 'Father's Son'

After a ten-year absence, master folk songwriter Pierce Pettis returns with a confident and compelling collection of songs in Father's Son.


The Brother Brothers Sing About 'Some People I Know'

Some People I Know showcases the talents and potential of folk pop duo the Brother Brothers to become more than just another band of brothers.


Changed by Circumstances: An Interview with A.J. Croce

A.J. Croce has blazed his own trail from the legacy of his father, Jim Croce, finding new challenges throughout his accomplished career.


Mountain Heart's Bluegrass Shows a Wide Range of Influences on 'Soul Searching'

Mountain Heart is a veteran quartet who rely on their musical wisdom to create a polished yet rustic sound on Soul Searching.


Glen Phillips Issues Video For Poignant "Nobody's Gonna Get Hurt" (premiere)

Pain is inevitable in life and love as Glen Phillips reminds us with this remarkable song, "Nobody's Gonna Get Hurt".


Alison Brown: The Song of the Banjo

The Song of the Banjo may be Alison Brown's most mainstream effort yet.


Altan: The Widening Gyre

The Widening Gyre finds this veteran Celtic combo journeying to Nashville and intertwining their Irish roots with ample doses of Appalachian mountain music and wholly American bluegrass.

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