Milk Carton Kids’ Joey Ryan talks about sad baskets of bananas, making mistakes, and the importance of arts funding.
As has become tradition in the middle of September, the Americana Music Festival rolled into Nashville earlier this month. The opening of the festival used to be the Awards show at the fabulous Ryman Auditorium, but over the past couple of years the festival has outgrown its 4 day window and this year you could start […]
You picked All the Things That I Did and All the Things That I Didn’t Do by folk duo, The Milk Carton Kids, as your favorite new release for the week of June 29, 2018. Poll Results New Releases Did we miss something? If you feel a new release is missing from our current poll, […]
Every fall, The Americana Music Association gathers members, artists and music fans together in Nashville for its annual conference. Starting with the annual Americana Music Awards and continuing through four days of showcases and panel discussions, it is a tremendous celebration of Americana music. Here are but a few of my favorite performers and performances […]
The Newport Folk Festival will soon be upon us. Here’s a flashback to one of last year’s late night shows that featured Joe Pug and the Milk Carton Kids covering Tom Petty’s “Time To Move On.”
Twangville made its first trip to the annual Folk Alliance Conference a few weeks ago. The event brought hundreds of musicians to Kansas City for four days of music. And more music. And more music. Folk Alliance is unlike any other festival or conference one can attend. Sure, like most conferences it features topical sessions […]