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Tag: folk music
Review: Donovan at The Everyman – Cork
Angie Moon reviews Donovan's concert at The Everyman in Cork, Ireland.
Review: Bob Dylan in the Big Apple by K.G. Miles
Angie Moon reviews Bob Dylan in the Big Apple by K.G. Miles, a new book about Bob Dylan and his time in New York in the 60s.
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Interview: John Hanlon – An Accidental Pop Star
Angie Moon interviews John Hanlon, a singer-songwriter from New Zealand who has been recording music since the 1970s.
Angie Moon interviews Jiminil, a folk rock musician originally from Belfast, now based in Nottingham.
Interview: Bryony Williams
Angie Moon interviews Wolverhampton indie pop/folk singer Bryony Williams. Stream her new single, "Knockin'" today!
Interview: Roderick August
Angie Moon interviews folk musician Roderick August. Stream his debut, Forever the Far the Closer the Near, today!
Interview: Bee Appleseed
Angie Moon interviews LA based psychedelic folk poet, songwriter, musician, and world traveller Bee Appleseed.
Interview: Aly Cook
Angie Moon interviews Aly Cook, a New Zealand based country musician with an inspiring story. She released her first album at the age of 46 and she's successfully crowdfunded each album. Find out more about her music and inspirations in …
Interview: Toria Wooff
Today on The Diversity of Classic Rock, we are lucky to have a Manchester based folk singer-songwriter named Toria Wooff on the blog. I’ve been following her on Instagram for a while and she recently released an EP called Badlands. …