Browsing: The Archive

2000

Soul, gospel, blues, R &B and country gel together in it’s finest incarnation from the…

2000

Giant Sand is the primary outlet for the stylistic curveballs and sun damaged song-craft of…

2000

Bakersfield honky tonk meets the British invasion is one way to describe the Derailers. One of…

2000

Odetta is the Queen of American Folk Music and an acknowledged influence on artists as…

1999

A hit at the Edinburgh Festival, Travis T. Merle brings his warped show to Kilkenny.…

1999

Singer-songwriter Peter Mulvey is set apart from the crowd by the boldness of his music,…

1999

One of the world’s leading acoustic guitarists, he is rooted deep in bluegrass and is…

1999

Country/rockabilly hero, ex of the legendary Planet Rockers, this is twangy country at it’s best,…

1999

from Austin Texas are backwoods acoustic roots rockers with mandolin, guitars, accordion, electric bass and…

1999

Calexico are well known as the rhythm section of desert-rockers Giant Sand and OP8. Their…

1999

Rodney Crowell may well be one of the most talented country artists of his generation.…

1999

Musician, author and cigar smoker. He says he’s the only non-land-owning, cigar-smoking, mystery-writing, cat-loving, Irish…

2016

Failure has always been a favorite topic of Texas troubadour Hayes Carll. Much of the…

2016 The Weather Station

“Plain but elegant, simple but intricate… Her songs feel very much like attempts to understand…

2016 Fernando Viciconte

Argentina-born Fernando Viciconte came of age musically in L.A. fronting the popular  hard rock band…

2016 Lewis & Leigh

Wales and Mississippi’s Lewis & Leigh, respectively, released their sophomore EP, Missing Years, a month…

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