acoustic · banjo · Canadian · female singer · male singer · old-time · singer-songwriter

Pharis & Jason Romero: Sweet Old Religion

  Sweet Old Religion, the new album from Fiddlefreak favorites Pharis and Jason Romero, hits the streets on May 18. It’s the fourth release from this Juno award-winning Canadian duo and their first collection of all original songs. Throughout their respective careers, Pharis and Jason have always been a big influence within the old time… Continue reading Pharis & Jason Romero: Sweet Old Religion

acoustic · banjo · blues · festival · fiddle · male singer · old-time · traditional

Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons: Take Yo Time

A couple months ago, I promised in a previous post to share some of the brilliant music I heard this summer at the Festival of Fiddle Tunes in Port Townsend, WA. One of my favorite discoveries is the duo of Ben Hunter (fiddle) and Joe Seamons (banjo, guitar). Their most recent album Take Yo Time… Continue reading Ben Hunter & Joe Seamons: Take Yo Time

acoustic · banjo · female singer · gospel · old-time · traditional

Anna & Elizabeth

Anna Roberts-Gevalt and Elizabeth LaPrelle just released their second album as a duo, a self-titled collection of spine-tingling mountain ballads and gospel songs. These two amazing young women faithfully evoke the hard life and simple joys of traditional Appalachian music on banjo and guitar, with harmonies that encourage the listener to lean close and absorb every… Continue reading Anna & Elizabeth