Certain events and venues take on an exceptional status in music, simply from the moments that happened there, the memories made, and the artists discovered. Such is the case for the Telluride Bluegrass Festival, which celebrated its 49th Anniversary in 2022.
Revered and prolific Americana performer and producer Joe Henry has Stage IV prostate Cancer. This was the revelation of the 58-year-old at a solo performance Saturday night (5-11) at Largo’s Coronet Theater in Los Angeles presented as “Singing new songs and old, casting as cold eye on life, on death.”
Folk Alliance International is the annual gathering of the tribes for those individuals too stubborn-headed to worry about the major commercial applications of performed music, and instead do it for the spirit of the art, the community it creates, and/or to preserve primitive musical art forms in their most pure state.
Alex Cuba, Anna Tivel, Birds of Chicago, Cecile Doo-Kingue, David Wax Museum, Dawn Landes, El Coyote, Folk Alliance, Gangstagrass, Hoot and Holler, Ian Noe, Jim Lauderdale, Kim Taylor, Los Texmaniacs, Lula Wiles, Mipso, Parsonsfield, Raye Zaragoza, Rising Appalachia, Rosie and the Riveters, Sarah Jane Scouten, Shakura S'Aida, Smokey and the Mirror, The Brother Brothers, The Damn Tall Buildings, The Dimpker Brothers, The Lasses, The Sentimentals, The Slocan Ramblers, Willi Carlisle