Blending elements of folk, pop and roots-rock, Seattle based singer-songwriter Ian McFeron effortlessly creates a groove that is all his own.
From the rock-guitar riff of the opening song to the muted horn of the closing track, Nashville singer Caitlin Rose makes clear she's on solid musical ground with "The Stand-In."
For over thirty years, Midwestern singer-songwriter Chris Vallillo has travelled the United States, giving voice to the people and places of what he has called "unmetropolitan America."
Tift Merritt is a rare artist: a talented and passionate songwriter, yet an authentic and down-to-earth woman as well.
Many songwriters lead storied lives, no doubt, but few are as successful and iconic as Kris Kristofferson.
Folk singer-songwriter Ellis Paul is a keen observer of the world around him, drawing a wealth of captivating songs from the people he's known and the places he's been.
In the world of folk music, Lucy Kaplansky's voice is well-known, despite her not having the name recognition that she deserves.
As if the title alone weren't indicative enough, a quick look at the cover art and it's easy to see that "Songs in Red and Gray" is an album with an autumn theme. It is the perfect soundtrack for a fall day, be it a bright, sun-dappled October afternoon or a dreary, rainy November morning.
Capable of creating both lush, verdant landscapes of sound and sparse, haunting ballads, Beth Orton is a master of the acoustic guitar-driven, folk-pop song.