The Ten Commandments of Guitar Playing.

The Ten Commandments of Guitar Playing.

For the second of our Pickens announcements, we have teamed up with our friends at Heartbreaker Banquet for what is sure to be a fun night of music. Tickets go on sale Monday May 19 at 10 AM EST. This event is 21+.

For the second of our Pickens announcements, we have teamed up with our friends at Heartbreaker Banquet for what is sure to be a fun night of music. Tickets go on sale Monday May 19 at 10 AM EST. This event is 21+.

autoreverse:

This dude is pretty dope.

Benjamin Booker - “Violent Shiver”

Cosigned.

 Langhorne Slim & the Law - On The Attack.

The Haden Triplets - Single Girl.

The Haden Triplets album preview.

“The idea of the Haden Triplets at Newport is just about as perfect a fit as there might be that weekend. Between their immediate and extended history and the record they’ve made with Ry, it’s like the place was made for them. The Triplet’s sang with me on Leno once and they sang like angels. It was like stepping back into church. The crowd at Newport is in for a special treat.”
- Sam Beam

The idea of the Haden Triplets at Newport is just about as perfect a fit as there might be that weekend. Between their immediate and extended history and the record they’ve made with Ry, it’s like the place was made for them. The Triplet’s sang with me on Leno once and they sang like angels. It was like stepping back into church. The crowd at Newport is in for a special treat.”

- Sam Beam

ourpresidents:

"…Pete Seeger, the folk singer. He lives not far from me near Beacon, N.Y., and is loved by many people, young and old, who have enjoyed his music.”-Eleanor Roosevelt, January 15, 1962
Eleanor Roosevelt and Pete Seeger shared a vision for a more equal world. In 1944, Pete was photographed singing for a racially integrated crowd at the opening of the Washington Labor Canteen, with Eleanor Roosevelt seated front and center. (Library of Congress photo)
-from the FDR Library 
Pete Seeger
May 3, 1919 - January 27, 2014

ourpresidents:

"…Pete Seeger, the folk singer. He lives not far from me near Beacon,
N.Y., and is loved by many people, young and old, who have enjoyed his music.”


-Eleanor Roosevelt, January 15, 1962

Eleanor Roosevelt and Pete Seeger shared a vision for a more equal world. In 1944, Pete was photographed singing for a racially integrated crowd at the opening of the Washington Labor Canteen, with Eleanor Roosevelt seated front and center. (Library of Congress photo)

-from the FDR Library 

Pete Seeger

May 3, 1919 - January 27, 2014

plaidika:

Pokey LaFarge 
Photo c/o Mike the Eye

plaidika:

Pokey LaFarge 

Photo c/o Mike the Eye

newportfolkfest:

Pokey LaFarge & the South City Three - Mele Kalikimaka.

Pokey LaFarge - Central Time.

“Pokey’s got a St. Louis thing going. His muse is the Mississippi; maybe that’s what makes his songs run so deep and muddy, though it was on the Ohio that I first met him.”
- Ketch Secor

Pokey’s got a St. Louis thing going. His muse is the Mississippi; maybe that’s what makes his songs run so deep and muddy, though it was on the Ohio that I first met him.”

- Ketch Secor

fuckyeahrhodeisland:

The Providence Journal Summer Guide Challenge.
The correct answers are Newport Folk Festival, Del’s, Cliff Walk & the Paw Red Sox.

Confirmed.

fuckyeahrhodeisland:

The Providence Journal Summer Guide Challenge.

The correct answers are Newport Folk Festival, Del’s, Cliff Walk & the Paw Red Sox.

Confirmed.

Pegi Young and the Survivors - Feel Just Like a Memory.