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Melissa Anne commented on Fiddlefreak's blog post 'The Native Sibling - Letters Kept to Ourselves (Album Review)'
"@stuartstorm - Indeed! You'll be able to buy their record on CD via their bandcamp (Www.thenativesibling.bandcamp.com) and via their website www.thenativesibling.com :) Melissa"
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photo cowboy commented on Fiddlefreak's blog post 'The Native Sibling - Letters Kept to Ourselves (Album Review)'
"fantastic harmonies and sense of the other that only comes from family  "
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Stuartstorm commented on Fiddlefreak's blog post 'The Native Sibling - Letters Kept to Ourselves (Album Review)'
"Will there be a CD release ...? "
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Stuartstorm commented on Fiddlefreak's blog post 'The Native Sibling - Letters Kept to Ourselves (Album Review)'
"wonderful song - makes me curious for more .. "
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The Native Sibling - Letters Kept to Ourselves (Album Review)

In accord with our recent tendency to cover the occasional non-traditional folk artist, we present another young, modern band making waves in the world of acoustic music. The Santa Cruz-based brother-sister duo of Ryan and Kaylee Williams -- calling themselves the Native Sibling -- have just released a video for their latest single "Here With Me."  Their new album Letters Kept to Ourselves will hit the streets on June 24. Ten smoothly arranged tracks from producer Daniel Mendez feature gorgeous…See More
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The Native Sibling - Letters Kept to Ourselves (Album Review)

In accord with our recent tendency to cover the occasional non-traditional folk artist, we present another young, modern band making waves in the world of acoustic music. The Santa Cruz-based brother-sister duo of Ryan and Kaylee Williams -- calling themselves the Native Sibling -- have just released a video for their latest single "Here With Me."  Their new album Letters Kept to Ourselves will hit the streets on June 24. Ten smoothly arranged tracks from producer Daniel Mendez feature gorgeous…See More
Jun 5
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David Francey: So Say We All

(Left):  Chris Coole, Mark Westberg, Tannis Slimmon, David Francey, Darren McMullen, and friend.Today marks the official release of David Francey’s tenth record titled So Say We All, on Red House Records. Canada’s reigning troubadour of the land and her people has released another winner. This may be his best record yet, perhaps as a result of the stellar support crew he assembled, including Mark Westberg on guitar, percussion, and harmonies; renowned banjo picker Chris Coole (who also plays…See More
May 9, 2013
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David Francey: So Say We All

(Left):  Chris Coole, Mark Westberg, Tannis Slimmon, David Francey, Darren McMullen, and friend.Today marks the official release of David Francey’s tenth record titled So Say We All, on Red House Records. Canada’s reigning troubadour of the land and her people has released another winner. This may be his best record yet, perhaps as a result of the stellar support crew he assembled, including Mark Westberg on guitar, percussion, and harmonies; renowned banjo picker Chris Coole (who also plays…See More
May 7, 2013
A blog post by Fiddlefreak was featured

Luke Winslow-King: The Coming Tide

Recently I was in Saint Louis and stumbled upon a lively blues trio making music at a corner hangout called the Blues City Deli, in the Soulard District. We showed up for lunch at noonish on a Friday, and found a line out the door into the street. Hello?! Red beans and rice for $3.50, and traditional southern blues for free? A match made in heaven. Inside, we found a festive atmosphere that should have been no surprise from a town that boasts the second largest Mardi Gras in the country. People…See More
Apr 21, 2013
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Luke Winslow-King: The Coming Tide

Recently I was in Saint Louis and stumbled upon a lively blues trio making music at a corner hangout called the Blues City Deli, in the Soulard District. We showed up for lunch at noonish on a Friday, and found a line out the door into the street. Hello?! Red beans and rice for $3.50, and traditional southern blues for free? A match made in heaven. Inside, we found a festive atmosphere that should have been no surprise from a town that boasts the second largest Mardi Gras in the country. People…See More
Apr 19, 2013
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CD Review - Pharis & Jason Romero "Long Gone Out West Blues"

Fiddlefreak favorites Pharis and Jason Romero have a new record just out, titled Long Gone Out West Blues (previous review here). Once again, the Canadian duo have hit the ball out of the park with their winning combination of harmony-based original and traditional old timey Americana played on a unique blend of custom-built resophonic guitar, banjo and guitar. Pharis plays a 1937 Martin 00-18, while Jason plays a Romero resophonic guitar,…See More
Feb 15, 2013
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CD Review - Pharis & Jason Romero "Long Gone Out West Blues"

Fiddlefreak favorites Pharis and Jason Romero have a new record just out, titled Long Gone Out West Blues (previous review here). Once again, the Canadian duo have hit the ball out of the park with their winning combination of harmony-based original and traditional old timey Americana played on a unique blend of custom-built resophonic guitar, banjo and guitar. Pharis plays a 1937 Martin 00-18, while Jason plays a Romero resophonic guitar,…See More
Feb 8, 2013
A blog post by Fiddlefreak was featured

Rayna Gellert: Old Light

Old-time fiddler Rayna Gellert has a new record out that marks a beautiful new direction for her. Over the years, old-time American music has grown many roots and branches: southern fiddling, country blues, bluegrass, gospel… the list goes on. And then there are the mellow modernists who invoke a sense of mountain melancholy while making the listener feel glad to be alive: artists like Gillian and Rawlings, Pharis and Jason, and the Honey Dewdrops. Rayna Gellert’s new record “Old Light: Songs…See More
Oct 9, 2012
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Rayna Gellert: Old Light

Old-time fiddler Rayna Gellert has a new record out that marks a beautiful new direction for her. Over the years, old-time American music has grown many roots and branches: southern fiddling, country blues, bluegrass, gospel… the list goes on. And then there are the mellow modernists who invoke a sense of mountain melancholy while making the listener feel glad to be alive: artists like Gillian and Rawlings, Pharis and Jason, and the Honey Dewdrops. Rayna Gellert’s new record “Old Light: Songs…See More
Oct 5, 2012

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The Native Sibling - Letters Kept to Ourselves (Album Review)

In accord with our recent tendency to cover the occasional non-traditional folk artist, we present another young, modern band making waves in the world of acoustic music. The Santa Cruz-based brother-sister duo of Ryan and Kaylee Williams -- calling themselves the Native Sibling -- have just released a video for their latest single "Here With Me." …

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Posted on June 5, 2014 at 6:00pm — 4 Comments

David Francey: So Say We All

(Left):  Chris Coole, Mark Westberg, Tannis Slimmon, David Francey, Darren McMullen, and friend.

Today marks the official release of David Francey’s tenth record titled So Say We All,…

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Posted on May 7, 2013 at 2:00pm

Luke Winslow-King: The Coming Tide

Recently I was in Saint Louis and stumbled upon a lively blues trio making music at a corner hangout called the Blues City Deli, in the Soulard District. We showed up for lunch at noonish on a Friday, and found a line out the door into the street. Hello?! Red beans and rice for $3.50, and traditional southern blues for free? A match made in heaven. Inside, we found a festive atmosphere that should have been no surprise from a town that boasts the second largest Mardi Gras in the…

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Posted on April 19, 2013 at 2:30pm

CD Review - Pharis & Jason Romero "Long Gone Out West Blues"

Fiddlefreak favorites Pharis and Jason Romero have a new record just out, titled Long Gone Out West Blues (previous review here). Once again, the Canadian duo have hit the ball out of the park with their winning combination of harmony-based original and…

Continue

Posted on February 8, 2013 at 4:30pm

Rayna Gellert: Old Light

Old-time fiddler Rayna Gellert has a new record out that marks a beautiful new direction for her. Over the years, old-time American music has grown many roots and branches: southern fiddling, country blues, bluegrass, gospel… the list goes on. And then there are the mellow modernists who invoke a sense of mountain melancholy while making the listener feel glad to be alive: artists like Gillian and Rawlings, Pharis and Jason, and the Honey Dewdrops.…

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Posted on October 5, 2012 at 10:00am

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