For more than two decades Mark Levy has been
spreading his love of Jewish music traditions.
He's not what you call flashy and in your
face. But his unassuming, honest delivery will win you over the way
he won over Tom Waits, Laurie Lewis, and our discerning pal, Chuck
||Waxwing John and the
Crocker Sack Boys
Very knowledgeable re pre-war blues, jug
band music. John has a visceral commitment to capturing the flavor
and feel of the originals.
A friendly bunch of young old-time tunesters
from deep in the hills of Berkeley.
|The Sam Chase
Evocative, thoughtful originals and some well-chosen covers from
Bay Area songwriter.
Vintage rags played with precision and care
by some serious students of the genre.
One of the few mortals lucky enough to study
at the feet of blues guitar legend Reverend Gary Davis. As you'll
see he's learned his lessons well.
Raw, powerful, old-mountain vocal alchemy rarely heard west of the
She soaked up lots of influences from her few years on the British
folk scene. She added a bit of bluegrass and Americana to get the
sound you will here today.
Four friends sharing their love of Irish,
Scottish, and Old-time music.
He recorded an album on Vanguard of the 70s still coveted by collectors.
Still writing memorable songs in the time-honored folk troubadour
Full-throttle, yet tuneful trio from the from the foothills of the
|The Easy Leaves
Unsigned, acoustic Americana duo from Sonoma County, USA.