Open your ears and stomp your feet. The Head and the Heart takes care of everything in between with joyous pop folk.
Rev. Matt & Brian shared their unique take on Americana, folk, blue grass and much more at the June 11, 2011 edition of Harvest Sessions.
You know a band throws down when it has a dude playing the musical saw. Michigan folk rockers, Frontier Ruckus, brought its melancholy, autumnal sound to the KDHX studios and, yes, the musical saw made an appearance.
Jill Andrews has been singing and writing songs since she met future everybodyfields partner Sam Quinn at a summer camp in Tennessee when she was in her teens.
A solemn brand of folk music swept through Off Broadway Wednesday night when Hello MTN and Caroline Smith opened for Horse Feathers. The rise and fall movements of Horse Feathers were indicative of an evening which led to a solid crowd who provided their ever attentive ears to the crescendo of the artists on stage.
For anyone who was fortunate enough to see British folk-pop band Mumford & Sons play at Off Broadway last year, their second pass through town was also an adrenaline-inducing performance, but on a grander scale. The Grammy-nominated group played to a packed and demographically more diverse audience this go-round at the Pageant.