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By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Eliza Gilkyson, John Gorka, and Lucy Kaplansky recorded a collaborative project in 2010 called "Red Horse." Now this power-house trio is taking the show on the road for a limited number of performances, and they will stop in Raleigh on January 21!
By Mark Perloe
The Hungry Ear Coffee offers up phenomenal singer-songwriter Louis Robinson & a melting pot of contemporary country, soft rock by Ashley Harris, January 7 at 8pm. Tickets are only $5. Bring a canned food donation for the Community Action Center.
By Mark Perloe
Hungry Ear Coffee House features folk, smooth jazz and acoustic music at the Northwest Unitarian Universalist Congregation 1025 Mt. Vernon Highway, N.W., Sandy Springs, GA 30327 the first Saturday of each month.
By Copas Music
Welcome to the Louisiana Homegrown Songs Website! Here you will find Cajun Dance Songs mixed with Classic Rock and Acoustic Folk for your listening and dancing pleasure. Be sure to check out my new Music CD!
By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Musicians David Myles, James Hill, and Jenn Grant will be joined by poet/musician Tanya Davis and actor Jeremy Webb and for an evening showcasing the connections between Canada's artistic traditions and North Carolina’s artistic traditions.
By Rebecca Fox Music
Traditional Folk and Celtic music singer Rebecca Fox has released a independently produced album through her own website for worldwide release.
By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Fall in love with the Toronto-based Good Lovelies in Raleigh on Oct. 6! Part folk-roots, part Western swing, the Good Lovelies offer unerring three-part harmonies and clever songs and stories. This concert is part of their first NC tour.
By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
PineCone's 2011-2012 Down Home Concert Series features blues legend Taj Mahal; bluegrass supergroup Hot Rize; folk music icons Eliza Gilkyson, John Gorka and Lucy Kaplansky; NC's own David Holt, Bryan Sutton, The Kruger Brothers, and more!
By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
The dedication ceremony for the new Cary Arts Center will take place on Saturday, Aug. 13; singer-songwriters Larkin Poe perform a free concert at 7:30 p.m. All Arts Center events on Aug. 13, including the concert, are free and open to the public.
By Appalachian Trail Museum Society
Randy Heisley-Cato to perform family music program.
By Roxanne Hoffman, Publicist
Zimmer (sop), Fisk (gtr), Benincasa (perc) and Distler (pn) perform an exciting, timeless program of Spanish, French & Native American folk songs from their new album "Savage Nightingale." Sun, Jul 10, 2011, 6:30 PM @ Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY.
By Joy Neighbors
There are millions of blogs out there, but a midwestern woman has carved out an interesting niche. Joy Neighbors blog, A Grave Interest, deals with cemeteries, history and genealogy. Last Friday she wrote a blog about folk music legend Burl Ives.
By Terrance Schemansky
Shoresh is the owner and proprietor of one of the most well-known music venues in Israel called the Pitriya (Mushroom). 35 years old, and more financially stable, he is now free to express his musical talent in unspoiled fashion.
By SF Folk Music Club
The 35th annual San Francisco Free Folk Festival on June 25th and 26th at the historic Presidio Middle School, and will showcase local talent and folk traditions from the heartland and from the hearts of diverse communities throughout the Bay Area.
By Terrance Schemansky
Offering a unique take on the art of songwriting, Ben Krahne shares his unique experiences in a way that anybody can relate to.
By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas perform at the Community Church Concerts in Chapel Hill, with special guests The Shamrockers opening. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. The concert is Friday night, March 4, and the music starts at 8 p.m.
By Ginny
Mary Ann Rossoni and the Rossonians with special guests Caroline Doctorow & the Steamrollers Jesse Liam Stone Soup St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 50 Park Place Pawtucket, RI, 02860 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm $12
By Shannon McNeal
At the annual Storytelling Festival of the Southern Order of Storytellers, Atlanta has the unique opportunity to see nationally renowned storyteller and Decatur native Carmen Deedy performing alongside John McCutcheon, folk music’s renaissance man.
By Adelphi University
Adelphi University is pleased to host Outlaws, Death, and Tarnished Love, featuring award-winning folk singer Nyssa Maria Brown, Adelphi Assistant Professor Georgia A. Newlin, and Music major Taylor Ackley '12 on the rarely seen dobro guitar.
By PineCone-Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
North Carolina folk music icon Doc Watson performs with longtime friend David Holt and grandson Richard Watson on Friday, Nov. 12 at the Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts to kick off PineCone’s 2010-2011 Down Home Concert Series.
By Jam 'N Music
Trisha Gagnon will be on tour October,19 - 24, 2010, featuring original folk and roots songs from her new CD, A Story About You And Me. John Reischman, Jim Nunally along with American folk musician Shaun Cromwell, will join this B.C. born songbird.
By Terrance Schemansky
“Our Memories Live On” represents the beauty of the world presented through a dynamic style of music. This new single is being offered for sale with proceeds going to American Cancer Society and The Special Olympics.
By Terrance Schemansky
The newest album “I’m Free” by Rags Moody III is a look into the life and self discovery of a Musician.
By Terrance Schemansky
Originally from Athens, Greece, Pandora has taken her experience in living all over the world and incorporated it into her. She creates a rich and dynamic sound wich absorbes many different cultures and different styles of music.
By Terrance Schemansky
Perfectly blending old time Rock riffs with a hint of Country and Blues, Pop’s Rod and Custom is pure southwest indie.
By G-Man Marketing
Danielle Egnew releases award-winning album of country, folk and Americana songs. "Red Lodge" is available on Maurice the Fish Records.
By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Two giants of Americana music, Patty Griffin and Buddy Miller, team up to showcase a new album inspired by their love of gospel music, "Downtown Church." PineCone is pleased to present this concert in partnership with the NC Museum of Art.
By Gerry Segal
Friday May 21st at 8PM a Special Bronx Hoot Reunion Concert at Lehman College, Lovinger Theater in the Bronx will headline Danny Kalb , Happy Traum, and others.
By SydNet Group
The gifted folk/country singer K'crasher has announced the official launch of her new website, Read on to learn more about this talented artist and what her website has to offer.
By Terrance Schemansky
Marissa Manzino’s persistence, creativity and passion for her music and acoustic guitar playing is paying off. Her third album "Songbird" will feature inspiring and uplifting ballads as well as Folky Pop guitar rhythms.
By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
The North Carolina-based Kruger Brothers bring their sheer joy in performing to the Holly Springs Cultural Arts Center, an intimate listening room space where PineCone hosts both established and up-and-coming traditional artists.
By Terrance Schemansky
Montclair, NJ native “13 Hands” shares his 6th CD project, "You Are What You Leave Behind". This unique album sends out a positive message during stressful times in life.
By MusicDish
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By David Carr, The KubRo Group
Meroke Sky Records owner and concert promoter Mike Giangreco presents his latest signing, The Conleys, who have just finished recording their debut album, “Folk Noir.” Friday, Nov. 20, Cabana Club, 1439 Ivar Ave., Hollywood, just south of Sunset.
By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
As part of Raleigh's annual Artsplosure First Night celebration, PineCone will present a traditional music concert featuring the Piedmont music of Jeff Little, Wayne Henderson and Helen White. The trio will perform four sets beginning at 7 p.m.
By Folk Music Society of NY, Inc.
The Eisteddfod, a Festival of Traditional Music, is October 16-18 at the Friar Tuck Inn, Catskill, NY. A wide variety traditional performers are featured. including Eric Weissberg, Bill and Livia Vanaver, Happy Traum, Claire Boucher, and others.
By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
Sierra Hull & Highway 111, Uncle Earl, and The Dixie Bee-Liners perform under the banner of American Revival: Celebrating the Next Generation of American Roots Music. At NC State University's Stewart Theatre, presented by PineCone & NCSU Center Stage
By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
While lawmakers struggle to approve a budget for the fiscal year that began today, the Museum, a state institution, will maintain the Music of the Carolinas series, which it has been presenting for more than a decade in partnership with PineCone.
By Karen Lawrence Creative Services
Accomplished songwriter, recording artist and performer Nathan Moore will release a new EP in August celebrating the role of the folk singer to sing folks through hard times.
By Rosemary Donald
Paul Turner Music celebrates album Clear Blue with a new info & music download site for fans
By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
PineCone's 2009-2010 Down Home Series in Raleigh will feature a wide array of artists, from old favorites to up-and-coming musicians, including a Winter Music Festival at the end of January celebrating the nonprofit organization's 25th anniversary.
By Alex Nivichanov
Quote: "Tender and introspective songs with the kind of realness and authenticity that is becoming quite rare."
By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
For one night only, Russ Barenberg and Bryan Sutton will join forces for an evening of personal, spontaneous music making that happens only when two virtuosic musicians get together and jam.
By St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra & The Beaches
ST. AUGUSTINE. Fla. (April 20) – On May 1-3, the very best in folk music will be presented in a three-day extravaganza of entertainment, food and fun when the Gamble Rogers Folk Festival comes to the St. Johns County Fairgrounds.
By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
PineCone presents Jake Shimabukuro, the "Jimi Hendrix of the ukulele," on Thursday, April 30 at 8 p.m. at Raleigh's Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets are $21-$23 for PineCone members or $23-$25 for the general public.
By Proceed Innovative LLC
"Bulgare" - the authentic folk dance group of 28 dancers, 2 musicians & vocalist - presents "This is Bulgaria" - a spectacular celebration of Bulgarian dance, music and song - in its first ever North American tour.
By Richard Collins
Richard Collins' new book "New Orleans Acoustic Blues Guitar: The Babe Stovall Era, 1964-74" is the companion text for a college course on blues guitar playing. The book is an important fragment previously missing from New Orleans Jazz History.
By Susan Walker-Ford
Award winning songwriter artists Kim McLean and Mark Elliott bring their Mountains-Meet-Memphis tour bill to Charlotte, NC Songwriting mecca, The Evening Muse
By PineCone - Piedmont Council of Traditional Music
David Grisman and John Sebastian share the stage in Meymandi Concert Hall on Saturday, Feb. 7 after more than 40 years with separate acts. This performance is part of a limited tour around their latest live-in-the-studio album, "Satisfied."
By Brower Entertainment
Sean Smith, Folk Singer Songwriter nominated Best New Performer/Rookie Act by 2005 Campus Activities Magazine Reader's Choice Award" is setting out to tour again beginning February 2009 starting in Tennessee.

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