Our lives are full of Ghost Stories, and the Whitmore Sisters’ “blood harmonies” are the spirits that express the deep connections we share with each other.
It was 50 years ago when Kate Taylor released her first full-length LP, Sister Kate. Now Kate is back again with her original manager Peter Asher and Why Wait!
On Big Road, David Bromberg's Americana music is steeped in the nostalgia for a simpler past with an awareness that some topics like heartbreak, prayer, and having a good time, are timeless.
The world is unraveling around us. But Americana duo the Mastersons know better. It's human feelings that make living worthwhile, as they show on their new album, No Time for Love Songs.
After an accident that could have ended his career, folk blues artist Charlie Parr recovered and recorded an album comprised largely of older tunes. It marks a particular moment in the musician's life and his belief that songs never die.
Eliza Gilkyson's desire to believe in something on Secularia is like someone whistling in the dark (or singing for inner strength when nobody's listening). It allows her to go on.