Pages tagged with Folk

They played a few songs before they dropped the Ho Hey bomb. As soon as they did, cellphones (including mine) and cameras shot into air. They sang the first verse and then suddenly stopped just as the chorus was about to start. Wesley Schultz asked everyone to put any electronic de...
Gordon William Lillie, better known as Pawnee Bill and his beautiful wife May enjoyed entertaining people, and in 1888 launched their own Wild West show so that they could share their creative forces with the world. The ranch comes alive as storytellers invite you to walk through the ...
We take a look at the life and times of legendary rocker Neil Young, with a quick glance at his horo0scope as well.
"There was a king in sheer swing suffering from illness, believing not in healings, melting out of season without any reason..."
CD Review of Roots 2 by Stewart Hardy and Frank McLaughlin
A CD Review of They Came from Somewhere by Clothesline Revival
A CD Review of Merchants and Thieves by Sandi Thom
A review of Compass by Stewart Hardy and Frank McLaughlin
An Ep Review of How Could I Complain by Folk/Blues singer songwriter Pete Lawrie
CD Review of the Innocent Ones by Punk folk performer Willie Nile.
An account of the pain experienced as a child when the family would go for a walk
Music review of the debut album by the british rock band Mumford & Sons
A guide to the little-known Dorset village as it is, explaining the history, countryside, people and places which make it unique.
The folk/bluegrass musicians soon to be sweeping the nation is none other than London's own Mumford & Sons. Their bass thumping, banjo playing, foot stomping music is not only one of the best newer folk bands I've heard recently but is also worthy to be in a Guy Richie movie.
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