The Quiet Life in Portland, 8/13

Quiet Life tours in support of new EP feat. Jim James + Cary Ann Hearst (Shovels & Rope) Portland roots-rockers Quiet Life will perform

Haas Kowert Tice: You Got This

By Devon Leger There’s a lightness and joy to the music of American roots trio Haas Kowert Tice, a sense of weightlessness that belies the

The Warren G. Hardings at Laurelthirst Pub

Out here in the Pacific Northwest we brew our bluegrass a little differently! Sure, the mandolin, fiddle, and banjo are all there, but we’re

Mustered Courage coming to the Northwest

Mustered Courage from Down Under, is embarking on a 50-state U.S. tour that includes the Pacific Northwest. Dates are below. Like the Avett Brothers or Steel Drivers,

John Cowan: Sixty

John Cowan, also known as the Voice of Newgrass, has been singing his heart out for thirty-five years, and his soaring vocals have only

The Stanfield’s new video for “Hard Miles”

Halifax-based, Celtic-infused rockers The Stanfields have released a new video for “Hard Miles,” a track from their acoustic album For King and Country. Directed

17th Annual Wood Guthrie Folk Festival

The 17th annual WoodyFest opens today, Friday, Saturday and Sunday(7/11, 12/ & 13), with a poetry reading, historical presentations, benefit events, and, live music at

Roots band from Kyoto: Pirates Canoe

Pirates Canoe is an Americana and roots music band based in Kyoto, Japan. While their individual musical tastes vary—rock, blues, bluegrass, Irish and American

FAR-West Best of the West Honors

Legendary blues, jazz and folk artist Barbara Dane and Bread and Roses Executive Director Cassandra Flipper to receive FAR-West Best of the West honors.

The Hello Strangers

What does Austin-influenced, rural-Pennsylvanian, indie sister-folk sound like? Verbosity aside, it sounds uniquely like The Hello Strangers, a sister duo, comprised of Larissa Chace