Archive From January, 2020

PLAYLIST: Folk Music

inTheir Musicon January 24, 2020

“Folk music is high class music, cause a lot of low class people sangin’ it. Matter of fact, most so-called folk singers don’t even look like folk. Folk songs tell true stories, terrible stories but true stories, cause folk are terrible. Terrible songs make big songs. Why do you think kids like Rock n’ Roll? […]

PLAYLIST: Blues Women

inTheir Musicon January 15, 2020

Over the years Music Maker has partnered with some unbelievable female artists. From the subtle acoustic stylings of Algia Mae Hinton to the ripping electric blues of Beverly “Guitar” Watkins. Listen to some of these amazing women in the playlist below.

TURNER CONTEMPORARY TO SHOWCASE ARTISTS AND MAKERS FROM AMERICA’S DEEP SOUTH IN GROUND-BREAKING EXHIBITION WE WILL WALK Turner Contemporary will showcase the work of artists and makers from the Deep South in We Will Walk – Art and Resistance in the American South (7 February 2020 – 3 May 2020). The exhibition is the first of its kind […]


inTheir Musicon January 9, 2020

Ironing Board Sam embodies the spirit of New Orleans with his boogie woogie piano and fantastical performance style. This playlist is just a smattering of some of Sam’s finest recordings – from pared down solo ballads like Somewhere Over the Rainbow to big band vintage studio tracks like Man Of the Street and Non Support. […]

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