M. Ward – “More Rain” M. Ward picks up where he left off with “A Wasteland Companion,” on his latest album, “More Rain,” released Friday, March 4. The oft-collborative Ward has released albums with Jim […]
Steve Poltz “Folksinger” The satirical singer-songwriter Steve Poltz dropped a new album this week, “Folksinger,” on Thursday, Feb. 25. During a standout set at the Philadelphia Folk Festival in 2014, Poltz performed a number of the tracks […]
Kanye West – “The Life Of Pablo” Kanye’s behavior has been pretty off the charts lately and that includes the release of his latest album, “The Life Of Pablo.” He even made the name of the album […]
Elton John “Wonderful Crazy Night” Elton John and producer T Bone Burnett team up for the British singer-songwriter’s 32th studio album that is exuberant and loosely tied to his greatest hits of the 70s. Songs […]
Daz-n-Snoop – “Cuzznz” “Cuzznz” has been floating around for months “offline.” Released Friday, Jan. 15, the album features the combo of Daz Dillinger and Snoop Dogg spitting the summertime flow of West Coast rap. Check […]
It was hard to compile a list of my favorite albums of 2015. There were so many great releases and a lot of stuff just didn’t make the cut. I started out with 25 albums […]
We finally know how he did it; how Bob Dylan captured brilliance and put it down on wax recording one of the best songs ever – “Like A Rolling Stone.” Well, sort of. The 12th […]
Today, there are two highly anticipated album releases by two critically acclaimed artists that are exploring the territory of blues and classical music, and pulling it through a modern wormhole. What can’t Ben Folds do? The […]
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 […]
Music has a powerful effect on people. Deep and sometimes stoned listeners will often associate their favorite musicians as having tapped a spiritual well from which we all draw. This is what gives them the ability to touch our spirits in profound and often uplifting ways. Hell, if you’ve been to a Phish concert you’ve probably heard someone describe Trey Anistaso as an alien. However, it’s not often that we get actually have a personal connection with these musicians.
Dante Bucci had a profound impact on the 53rd annual Philadelphia Folk Festival. Sadly, he wasn’t there to see it. The 33-year-old festival mainstay was found dead from an apparent accident in Roxborough home Wednesday, Aug. 13 as he was preparing to perform at the Philadelphia Folk Festival.