Posts Tagged: folk music

In Conversation—with Hamish Anderson

Electric blues guitarist and singer-songwriter Hamish Anderson calls himself a student of “the three kings:” blues royalty Albert King, B.B.  King, and Freddie King, and in fact Anderson was the last act to open for B.B.  King before the blues icon passed away.  Having moved from his native Australia to Los Angeles to steep himself… Read more »

In Conversation—with Ferentz and The Felons

Ferentz and The Felons is a New Jersey-based “street folk” band with the singular mission of giving back by supporting the true war on drugs — public awareness and addiction recovery.  They’ve just released the video for “Hudson County,” the title track of their EP due for release in July. The song, written by band… Read more »

In Conversation – with Sierra Blanca

Sierra Blanca is headed by Jethro Gaglione, a multi-instrumentalist indie/folk artist who divides his time between Nashville, Tennessee, and El Paso, Texas. His music displays many influences and his lyrics manifest a deep disappointment in the current political climate in the USA. He’s now working on an EP called Honorable Mention, due for release on… Read more »