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The English Country Blues Band

The precursor towards the better-known Tiger Moth (and Orchestre Super Moth), this loose assortment of UK folk music artists originally coalesced throughout a workshop session. Including such observed music artists as Ian Anderson, Maggie Holland and Fishing rod Stradling, they afterwards turned to electric powered instrumentation and discovered a drummer …

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May Erlewine

Might Erlewine is a modern folk singer and songwriter located in Michigan whose pastoral, socially conscious music has won a big and developing following through the entire Midwest and beyond. Erlewine was created and elevated in Big Rapids, MI to a musical family members — her dad was an associate …

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Silver Birch

Silver Birch released a rare limited-edition self-titled record of quite respectable Uk folk in 1974, influenced by famous brands Fairport Convention, the Strawbs, as well as the Little Custom, but wholly in the acoustic folk (instead of folk-rock) design. The six associates all sang and performed several instruments, including classical …

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Pierce Edens

Asheville, NEW YORK vocalist/songwriter Pierce Edens emerged in the first 2000s, cultivating a rootsy Americana audio influenced from the regional hill folk he was raised hearing. Edens underwent a stage of obsession with punk and grunge in his teenage years, and eventually made a fiery synthesis by merging the greater …

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A Weather

A Weather’s warm, intimate folk-pop first took form during 2006’s holidays, when vocalists Aaron Gerber and Sarah Winchester made a decision to embellish their harmony-driven music with help from guitarist Zach Boyle, bassist Louis Thomas, and second guitarist Aaron Krenkel. Merging swells of audio with sparse, understated passages, the Portland-based …

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Vernon Haddock

Vernon Haddock’s Jubilee Lovelies were among the relatively few Uk ’60s jug music group acts, releasing an exceptionally uncommon album on Columbia UK in 1965. The LP’s a good-natured, simple jug music group record, all except one of the tracks being addresses, including such well-traveled products as “Coney Isle Washboard,” …

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Yays & Nays

The obscure three-man, three-woman group Yays & Nays released a weirdly out-of-time self-titled LP in the past due ’60s that mixed early-’60s clean-cut hootenanny folk with even more modern folk-rock, aswell mainly because tinges of country-pop and pop/rock. Probably the weirdness was unintentional, and even more the product of the …

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Rio en Medio

Rio en Medio may be the nom de plume of Danielle Stech-Homsy, who sang, played ukulele, and created “soundscapes” by using several other music artists on her behalf 2007 record The Bride-to-be of Dynamite. Released on Devendra Banhart’s Gnomonsong label, it mixed spectral indie folk-rock-oriented vocalist/songwriter music with uncommon instrumentation …

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Claudia Koreck

A German singer/songwriter who got her start as an adolescent, Claudia Koreck was initially discovered with a Munich radio station. Blessed on, may 28, 1986, in Traunstein, Koreck began singing in British, but eventually started singing within a Bayerische dialect. Her big break came into being when her one “Fliang” …

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Dave Evans

The Uk guitarist Dave Evans, a genuine dazzler of the fingerpicker, continues to be recording because the early ’70s. His initial entirely instrumental record premiered in 1974. Entitled Sad Pig Dance, it could have attracted just farmers and policemen’s ball guests, but nonetheless was able to do a good deal …

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