Singer-songwriter Christopher Kent has two songs, “Songs of the Season,” and “Twas The Day Of Thanksgiving” nominated for the 2017 Just Plain Folks Music Awards.
Arlo Guthrie, the iconic folk singer-songwriter, will perform his most popular song during his set Friday, Aug. 14 at the 54th annual Philadelphia Folk Festival. Guthrie is touring in celebration of the 50th anniversary of […]
The 54th annual Philadelphia Folk Festival is taking over the Pennsylvania mountain town of Upper Salford Township Aug. 13-15. The whimsical weekend is wonder of headliners, independent artists as well as local musicians taking the […]
Funk, rock, R&B, rap, blues and jazz will explode from the Ocean City Music Pier tonight when Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue takes the stage. Troy Andrews, the soulful leader know as Trombone Shorty is […]
The world is now greeted with fresh sounds every Friday. Both physical and digital albums are now released on Friday in a global effort to unify music release dates in more than 45 countries. […]
How many bands get tapped by Bob Dylan to finish his unreleased work? Well Old Crow Medicine Show have be handed pieces by Dylan, twice, to record and finish. Now that’s a band I want to see!
“Wagon Wheel,” the country single made popular by Darius Rucker was first recorded by Old Crow Medicine Show, the Nashville-based bluegrass and folk band that will perform Friday, Aug. 15 at the 53rd annual Philadelphia Folk Festival.
I never thought I liked bluegrass until I heard The Steep Canyon Rangers. The Grammy award-winning band consisting of Woody Platt, Nicky Sanders, Mike Guggino, Graham Sharp, Charles R. Humphrey III and sometimes Steve Martin […]
More than 50 years of musical tradition will continue at the Old Pool Farm for the Philadelphia Folk Festival Aug. 15-17 in Upper Salford Township.
The lineup for the 53rd annual Folk Festival includes Old Crow Medicine Show, Steep Canyon Rangers, Janis Ian and Loudon Wainwright III. These performers are mixed in throughout an intoxicating three days of crafts, workshops and a variety of musical performances.
The soulful summer sounds of Atley Moon and the Say Something Sound Machine will bring Motown to Margate with an acoustic set 6-10 p.m. Saturday, May 31 at Maynards’s Cafe, 9306 Amherst Ave.
The band has a strong following in both South Jersey and Philadelphia and are summertime mainstays at Yesterday’s in Marmora and The Whitebriar in Avalon. Philadelphians have shown the band a lot of love after years of great gigs and a stellar performance at World Cafe Live.