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Artist: Brandi Carlile

Album: Give Up The Ghost

2017 has been one hell of a year. And I think for most people that’s saying things mildly. 617 more words

Brandi Carlile

"The Story"

I was exposed to a lot of Classical music in my early years. In my teens, I became a regular customer of our local Folk Club, and the political climate of the times produced a proliferation of “Protest Songs”, and “Social Conscience Songs”. 54 more words


Photos: Lockn' Music Festival 2017 - Widespread Panic, John Fogerty, Brandi Carlile

Photos by: Ashley Travis – 

The 2017 Lockn’ Music Festival took place from August 24-27 at Infinity Downs Farm in Arrington, Virginia, which featured performances by Athens, Georgia-based jam rocks band Widespread Panic, rock singer-songwriter, and Rock And Roll Hall of Fame inductee, John Fogerty, Grammy-nominated folk-rock singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile, and more! 605 more words


Where were you the first time you heard...

I’ve always prided myself on listening to music that others weren’t listening to or reading the books no one had ever heard of. I like not fitting in. 257 more words


Folk Fest 2017: Liquid lineups, one strong wind and a lot of love in the rain

We of the north can take a little thunderstorm and deluge, right? Hell, we can even take a full-on evacuation on Thursday night without too many tears. 855 more words


Brandi Carlile and Rhiannon Giddens simply soar on folk fest Friday

That’s more like it.

No strong winds to blow lonely, the Edmonton Folk Music Festival went about its Friday business without heartbreak hitches, a night of glorious Americana on mainstage, with lots to garden leading up to the Brandi Carlile and Rhinannon Giddens concerts in front of the candle-speckled hill. 1,006 more words


Friday on the Hill

Friday signaled the start of workshop sessions at the 2017 Edmonton Folk Music Festival.

Birds of Chicago

Birds of Chicago and Darlingside

main stage

Sing Out Workshop… 25 more words

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