Post Tagged with: "Bluegrass"

Cowboy Jack Clement’s For Once And For All

Cowboy Jack Clement’s For Once And For All

Cowboy Jack Clement’s For Once And For All By Michael Verity In light of Cowboy Jack’s recent passing and his legacy as a country songwriting genius and rock and roll pioneer, it’s tempting to dispense […]

Del McCoury Brings His Own Brand of Bluegrass to the Huck Finn Jubilee

Del McCoury Brings His Own Brand of Bluegrass to the Huck Finn Jubilee

Del McCoury Brings His Own Brand of Bluegrass to the Huck Finn Jubilee By Terry Paul Roland Talking with Del McCoury is like spending an hour with a favorite uncle you haven’t connected with in […]

Q&A: Bruce Molsky

Q&A: Bruce Molsky

Q&A: Bruce Molsky Bruce Molsky stands today as the premier old-time fiddler in the world, the defining virtuoso of Appalachia’s timeless folk music traditions. That must feel odd for a former engineer from the Bronx, […]

Sin City Spotlight: Matt Cartsonis

Sin City Spotlight: Matt Cartsonis

04 When I Was A Cowboy, Ledbelly cover by Matt Cartsonis Sin City Spotlight: Matt Cartsonis Sin City’s Sideman by Courtney Sudbrink, Editor Whether he’s pickin’ Pete Seeger’s banjo, singing with Emmylou Harris or rescuing […]

Sin City Spotlight: The LA Hootenanny

Sin City Spotlight: The LA Hootenanny

Sin City Spotlight: The LA Hootenanny Don’t close up the honky-tonks just yet… Take four guitars, electric bass, washtub bass, drums, piano, harmonica, fiddle, banjo and what do you get? Only some of the members […]

Sin City Spotlight: Mark W. Lennon

Sin City Spotlight: Mark W. Lennon

As part of Turnstyled, Junkpiled’s new monthly installment on LA based Americana artists called “Sin City Spotlight,” we are featuring roots singer/songwriter, Mark W. Lennon, whose new album,  Home of the Wheel is on heavy […]

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