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By Parachuting Buddha Records
Accomplished acoustic 4-piece band Words In Flight to launch new EP Thursday, Jan. 24th at 9p.m.

By Valla Music Publishing
Walt's new CD release Walt Cronin & Martin Beal Gone So Long are 12 songs that express a longing for all things past and hope for all things future. Written in Walt’s eclectic style covering Folk, Country and Americana with Rock overtones.

By Bay Area Entertainment Listings
“Whether she is writing something that is destined to become a "great old song" of the future, or singing a selection from the great American songbag, Wendy's beautiful, true spirit shines through.” --Joe Newberry, IBMA Winner, Best Gospel Song

By LadyLake Music
Breakout artists, ‘American Beauties’ of Somerville, MA have released their debut record ‘Too Worn To Mend’ which is taking off on radio across the US, Canada, and the UK.

By Parachuting Buddha Records
Dan Coyle surprised fans and folk music followers when he released a new album November 15th, with limited foreknowledge to the general public. Fans and critics are quick to name "Winter Folk" his best work to date.

By Parachuting Buddha Records
Acclaimed singer songwriter Dan Coyle is heading to Burlington for a tour kick-off show, celebrating his recently released album, Winter Folk.

By Mountain Mirrors
Mountain Mirrors releases new dark progressive folk music EP "Asylum Acres" on Bandcamp

By Big Road in Chelsea
“Big Road in Chelsea" is an affordable and conveniently located music performance space/coffeehouse where the global diversity of cultures in the New York area will be shared and celebrated with monthly multicultural “mini-festivals.”

By Daryl Shawn
Brooklyn-based guitarist Daryl Shawn returns from his thirteenth solo tour of North America to play in his home borough, showcasing his brand-new album "In Place".

By Quite Great!
'No Offence' is the debut album from Slovenian seven-piece, Happy Ol' McWeasel. Combining an intriguing mixture of Celtic soul, folk and punk elements, the group have built upon their incredible live performances to produce this work.

By F. H. Grissino, Author
Book Title: "When Horses Fly" - The Karankawa of Terlingua, 68 pages, price 7.95 available now on Createspace at: www.createspace.com/3777438

By Hubbub! Music
“A Dog From Hell (and his good advice)” offers new, but familiar, look for young band. September tour dates include Atlanta, Tampa, Orlando and live web show!

By MichelleGoPR.com
Boston musician Sam Chase keeps home in his heart in his newest album Every Time I’m Home.

By www.jaipurthepinkcity.com
Jaipur: Maand music festival is inaugurated in Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur on August 26, 2012. The 3 days long Maand music festival is organised by joint efforts of Sangeet Nakat Academy of New Delhi and Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur.

By notloB Parlour Concerts
notloB Folk Concerts has produced not-for-profit concerts in the greater Boston area since 2007. The series is volunteer-run; 100% of the donations go to the musicians and production expenses.

By Trail of Crumbs Music
Danny Freund and The Tennessee Two Piece (Ian Thomas and Paul Lee Kupfer) have joined together as a newly-formed 3 piece for this "Busdriver Tour". The band will be touring at no faster than 58mph in a 1991 Chevy Aristocrat School Bus, headed West.

By Working Brilliantly PR
Songstress Jodi Shaw wins Best New Artist at Songfest7 in Hudson, NY, performing her songs "In Cabrini-Green", "Your Lovely Face" and "Is".

By First Point PR
San Francisco-based Americana Folk artist, Kelly McFarling and Indie singer/songwriter, Lia Rose join forces to release new album, “Conspire” on Wednesday, May, 2 2012.

By Working Brilliantly PR
The intimate and dreamy LP "Lovers" by Cameron Stenger is available for purchase.

By Trail of Crumbs Music
East Nashville folk-rock group, Allen Thompson Band, launches Kickstarter campaign to fund the release of their collaborative album, "Salvation in the Ground".

By Working Brilliantly PR
Voyage into the uncharted waters of her evocative pop tapestry.

By Mark Perloe
Don't be an April Fool. Come to the Hungry Ear Coffee House April 7th at 8 pm and quench your thirst with an eclectic mix of jazz piano, folk, rock & more at Northwest Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 1025 Mt. Vernon HWY NW Sandy Springs GA 30327

By Working Brilliantly PR
Melt into the star-crossed love of an east coast boy during the cold winter months. Cameron Stenger's bittersweet Lovers is surprisingly honest and delicate, filled with the kind of melancholy folk only a wind blown troubadour could muster.

By Palestine Art Center
Martin's inspiration comes from historical quilt patterns and the symbolism behind the pattern.

By Jeff Boudreau
Boston-area residents will have a chance for a sneak preview of the music to be offered at 68th annual New England Folk Festival (Mansifield, April 20-22) by attending this NEFFA-sponsored "showcase" in Davis Square on March 23.

By Lord Geoffrey and Dr. Pearne Present
Lord Geoffrey and Dr. Pearne are Jeff Boudreau and Dennis Pearne, two scurrilous card-carrying members of the Boston-area folk scene whose mission in life is to re-kindle the great folk scare by presenting vintage musicians of that era.

By Parachuting Buddha Records
Acclaimed singer songwriter Dan Coyle is heading to Washington DC for a great show, celebrating his return from a yearlong European tour. Coyle will play Axum Lounge on February 26th at 8pm.

By Damon T. Anthony
Someone said 50 is the new 40, but even 40 is pushing it when you're trying to break into the crowded industry of songwriting. Just ask Cleveland, TN songwriter - A Man Called Bruce. Most traditional venues want you to play at least SOME cover songs.

By Parish Road Music
What: Kelcy Mae performance in Dallas When: Monday, March 12th, 7:30pm-9:30pm Where: Opening Bell Coffee (1409 S Lamar St # 12 Dallas, TX 75215)

By Beverly Kreller, SPEAK Music
Back in its tenth year, Winterfolk has moved downtown to the Delta Chelsea Hotel (33 Gerrard St. W.) The festival features over 100 performers, including Danny Marks, David Gillis, Jack DeKeyzer, Jory Nash, Tony Quarrington and Lynn Miles.

By Mark Perloe
Escape March Madness with at the Hungry Ear Coffee House Saturday, March 3, 8 pm for ballads to beach songs with a bit of country at Northwest Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 1025 Mt. Vernon HWY NW, Sandy Springs GA 30327

By Parachuting Buddha Records
Acclaimed singer songwriter Dan Coyle is heading to Philadelphia for two shows, celebrating his return from his yearlong European tour. Coyle will play The Grape Room on February 20th, then Common Grounds Coffeehouse on February 24th.

By Jeff Boudreau
On Friday, February 17 at Unity Somerville notloB Concerts presents three of the finest traditional musicians of their genre – Kimberly Fraser (Caoe Breton), Brian Conway (Sligo) and Mark Simos (Irish, Southern old-time, New England, Quebeçois).

By Working Brilliantly PR
Lana Del Rey may be Born to Die, but The Morning Birds are here to live and celebrate the release of their single, Born to Be Alive!

By Southern Cultural Heritaage Foundation
The Southern Cultural Heritage Foundation and the National Park Service are thrilled to welcome renowned historian and musician, Bobby Horton, as he presents “Songs & Stories of the Civil War” on May 8, 2012 at 7pm in the Historic SCH Auditorium.

By Parachuting Buddha Records
Acclaimed singer songwriter Dan Coyle returns to Rochester for two shows, celebrating his return from a yearlong European tour.

By Sensitivity and Words - Linda Vranken
"Oh No" est extrait du nouvel album de Robert Lauri dont la sortie a été prévue pour l'été. Dans ce single, auquel Mitch Hiller apporte son talent de parolier, Robert Lauri nous dévoile un univers inédit.

By Will Strauss
5-track EP featuring homage to The Smiths’ This Charming Man to be released on vinyl and via download.

By Saint Marie Records
SAINT MARIE RECORDS has been chosen by Anna-Lynne Williams and Matt Brown formerly of Trespassers William to release a double album of b-sides, rarities and unreleased tracks by the band who announced the break-up of the band on New Year’s.

By Jeff Boudreau
Volunteer-run and not-for-profit notloB Folk Concerts enters its fifth year of presenting local and touring old-time, traditional and revival folk, Celtic, bluegrass and blues artists to audiences in the greater Boston area.

By Parachuting Buddha Records
Acclaimed singer songwriter Dan Coyle returns to NYC for two shows celebrating his return from his yearlong European tour. Coyle will play Two Boots Brooklyn on January 13th, then Fat Baby in Manhattan on February 26th.

By Hope River Entertainment
New single release, “Close the Door Lightly When You Go” by Lonesome River Band from their upcoming album, CHRONOLOGY, Volume One.

By Hoganson Media
“You Are My Vision” Featured On Band’s Sophomore Album, Homemade Worship By Handmade People, Releasing Jan. 10; Rend Collective Joins Francis Chan, Rock & Worship Roadshow Tours That Begin This Month

By Hope River Entertainment
The song appears on the band’s new album, THE TOUCH OF TIME releasing January 31, 2012.

By mi2n PR
Dream Chemistry further refines their blend of non-genre specific music with their new full length release, Images of White

By Mark Perloe
Hungry Ear Coffee House in Sandy Springs, GA offers up phenomenal original guitar music with Curtis Jones and pop music at its' best by Jessica Fine December 3 at 8pm. Tickets are only $5. Bring canned food donation for the Community Action Center.

By BIG ARTS
Pop legend Livingston Taylor returns to Sanibel 8 p.m. Saturday, November 26 for a special Thanksgiving weekend performance at BIG ARTS Schein Performance Hall, 900 Dunlop Road.

By Michele Wilson-Morris
Those who have followed Ruthie Foster's musical history know that she can burn down any stage with her combustible blend of soul, blues, rock, folk & gospel. Her new album, Let It Burn, is slated for a Jan 31, 2012 release on Blue Corn Music label.

By Ginny Shea
American folk songs and dance music, by Jay Ungar & Molly Mason, on Sunday, Nov. 13 at 3:00pm. The concert will be held at Olin Hall on the Bard College Campus, located in Annandale-on-Hudson. All proceeds will benefit Hospice.

By mi2n PR
Acoustic artists in various genres can gain exciting radio and web exposure through this competition




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