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Friday, 28 February 2014 10:21

Song of the Day: 'Beasts' by the River Monks

Des Moines, Iowa band the River Monks take folk foundations -- banjo, guitar and close harmonies -- and then build and build from there, creating a mysterious, almost psychedelic sound on the new track "Beasts."

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From the Bronx to New Orleans, Hurray for the Riff Raff proves that finding a place to call home is most important in "Small Town Heroes."

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With any Shovels and Rope show, it's not just about two skilled performers throwing genre rules in the trash with a multi-instrumental onslaught that defies logic. Two people shouldn't be able to make that much robust, fevered noise without backup, but they do.

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Shovels and Rope hit the stage at Off Broadway with raw energy and a smoldering intensity that burned hot all night long.

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Chris Bay of KDHX introduced Gregory Allen Isakov in rare form for this monumental session at the Sheldon Concert Hall. Interestingly, Isakov’s songwriting seemed more dynamic without his usual backing band.

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Sunday, 23 February 2014 13:00

Ellis Paul 2/23/14

Drawing from a background diverse enough to take him from the fields of Maine potato farm to social work in Boston's inner city, singer/songwriter Ellis Paul tells tales of struggle and triumph in the style of folk heroes like Woody Guthrie.

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When she first joined KDHX as the Development Director she had no intentions of hosting a show, but it wasn't long before Caron House began working on Wax Lyrical, her Monday afternoon celebration of singer-songwriter craft.

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Made up of members of Robust Worlds, Heavy Deeds, Gospel Gossip and Is/Is, Minneapolis band Web of Sunsets get as picturesque and languorous as its name on the lovely, psych-folk track "Wildflowers."

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Located in Cambridge, Mass., Club 47 (now known as Club Passim) was one of the most important venues of the folk revival, a joint where everyone from Taj Mahal to Joan Baez to Bob Dylan performed. On this new recording of the classic "Blue Ridge Mountain Blues," Jim Rooney and Peter Rowan meet up to relive the salad days of a pivotal time and place in American music.

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Peter "Pete" Seeger passed away on January 27, 2014 at the age of 94. His musical legacy is truly vast.

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