Folk-rock trio The Wood Brothers channel its freewheeling spirit into a focused force of imagination on the band’s seventh studio album, “Kingdom In My Mind” released Jan. 24 on Honey Jar and Thirty Tigers records. […]
Hop in the car with me and my mum as we talk about Bob Dylan following his show Saturday, Nov. 17 at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City. Neither one of us are […]
“I change during the course of a day. I wake and I’m one person, and when I go to sleep I know for certain I’m somebody else.” – Bob Dylan Bob Dylan is a […]
I heard Amos Les recently say on “The Rights to Ricky Sanchez” that he is probably recognized more in Philadelphia for being a guest on the podcast than for his music. I hope he was joking […]
Philadelphia Folk Festival Will Hold 57th installment Aug. 16-19 Going to the Philadelphia Folk Festival for my 10th year is starting to seem like a pilgrimage; the Old Pool Farm my sanctuary and “Happy fest” […]
This year, the longest continuously running music festival in North America will put women in the spotlight. The 57th annual Philadelphia Folk Festival will feature a female headliner each night Aug. 16-19 in Upper Salford […]
The 56th annual Philadelphia Folk Festival took place Aug. 17-20 at The Old Pool Farm in Upper Salford Township, Pennsylvania.
This is an incredibly special episode of The High Note! First, I talk about Mordecai‘s debut album “It’s Never Enough.” Read my blog for info and see Mordecai Wednesday, Aug. 30 at Holocene in Portland. Next, I talk about […]
The legacy of the oldest continually-run outdoor music festival in North America will converge with fellowship, and of course music, at the 56th annual Philadelphia Folk Festival next week. On the third week of August […]
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.