Houndmouth: Come On, Illinois.
We’re heading west - WAY OVER YONDER is another step in Newport Folk’s journey as a national treasure.
A music industry source close to Beck reveals he is working on two new albums: a previously announced acoustic album plus another album that the source describes as the proper follow-up to Modern Guilt.
It wasn’t us.
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Come on little gamma ray…
- Pete Seeger
Joe Kwon practicing in the hallway of the Crystal Ballroom
This is an older shot I came across from when The Avett Brothers played a benefit show at the Crystal Ballroom in August of 2010.
This year, one of the festival’s headliners is none other than Feist, whose mercurial blend of folk, pop, and rock fits beautifully alongside the festival’s ever-broadening sound, while keeping nicely with its half-century old tradition.
A legend of a band, great songs and incredibly kind folks – so it makes perfect sense that they are returning to the Newport Folk Festival.
“Listening to the ethereal songs of Cold Specks, the latest addition to the Newport Folk 2013 line-up, it’s easy to see why festival advisor, Jim James, personally chose her as his opening artist for his solo tour.”
Being at SXSW is getting us so excited for the Folk Festival this summer. And we can’t wait for Beth Orton to cross the pond to be there with us! Please welcome her to our 2013 lineup.