"This was my first HSB, and what a great weekend it was! My highlights include 1) a rockin' Saturday night set by The Flatlanders with Bill Kerchen on lead guitar that had everyone dancing, 2) a beautiful closing night set by…"
"I saw Joan Baez live about 15 years ago, and when she sang Woody Guthrie's Deportees, much to my surprise, I began to weep. It was one of the strongest emotional responses I've ever had to singer and song. Another similar…"
"While known mostly as a folkie, my intro to alt. country was via David Bromberg. His live shows in the early 70's where highly eclectic and included bluegrass, Irish fiddle tunes, country standards, as well as straight ahead rock and…"
"SF band The Brothers Comatose. I saw them about a month ago in a small local venue where they really tore it up: Just an awesome live show. Great musicianship and a true sense of fun for the audience and band."
"I couldn't agree with you more regarding Dave Alvin and the Guilty Ones. I just saw them with my oldest son in Grants Pass, Oregon. The band was tight and Dave was at the top of his game. What a show! I've…"
"My dad played in a C & W band in the 1950's and 60's, covering a lot of Hank Williams, Bob Wills, Lefty Frizell, etc., and also had a great collection of 78 RPM records of many of the same artists. Of course I thought, at the…"
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