Newport Folk Festival
“I buy the groceries, you make the meal.” Words from Jay Sweet during his Q & A session with Adia Victoria as part of her Call and Response podcast, a great analogy that underlines the community ...
Newport Folk Festival takes on a different configuration for 2021.
The times, they are a changin’. That was true in 1964 and it still rings true today, but sometimes the pace can seem glacial… as long as the tangerine menace is occupying the Oval Office, the clock hands regarding the progress of basic human rights appear to have been dialed back ...
How New England's beloved music festival is raising the bar for other festivals across the country.
At its heart, folk music is a vehicle for conveying tales and we caught up with five artists for their take.
Between Pinegrove and John Prine, Newport Folk Festival ended Sunday with plenty of fanfare, but there's a problem no one wants to talk about and it's getting harder to justify.
Once again, the best parts of Newport Folk Festival came in the shape of a story, and Saturday's lineup treated us to some of the best.
Friday at Newport Folk Festival reminded attendees and musicians alike that family-friendly festivals aren't always what you expect.
The three day festival is officially introducing the Museum Stage as a fourth venue to accommodate the growing number of impromptu jam sessions and surprise performances and is once again hosted by Chris Funk from The Decemberists, with J. P. Harris filling in on Friday.