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Interview: Jefferson Berry On His New Album With The UAC

Philadelphia’s Jefferson Berry and the Urban Acoustic Coalition put out their new album, Double Deadbolt Logic, in May. The UAC have been together for six years and their latest release contains a wealth of stories bolstered by fluid arrangements. 1,081 more words


hootenanny sunday

Sunday, I wake up to the sleepy sultry strum 
of an unlearned untuned guitar
and I'll smile at that lovely languid lilt you do
once you hit that sweet spot,
a silvery sound knotted in cedar wood. 97 more words

Mae Krell - Home

Delicate, sweet, with a hint of stubbornness and a great deal of passion, it’s Mae Krell‘s new single ‘Home’. Their voice is something I could listen to at any time, on any day and in any setting. 162 more words

New Music

Miroloi: Part 2

The role of the clarinet in Greek folk music.

The folk orchestra at the Dora Stratou theatre

The performance was unlike anything I had ever seen. 566 more words

Folk Music

The Second Part of Our Woody Guthrie Folk Fest, The Kinks in the Spotlight, and "On The Border" Returns, Thursday, May 28, 2020

Good Morning, Ungovernables! Hopefully, the heat will dissipate this fine day…except for the heat coming out of your radio as you listen to us.

Here’s your Thursday line-up: 176 more words

We Are Counted Not as Numbers, but as Names

Tonight we received confirmation of 100,000 known deaths in the United States to COVID-19. The news is heartbreaking, not least because so many of these deaths could have been prevented if leaders had chosen to act differently, and because so many more preventable deaths are likely. 267 more words