Folkfinds: Willi Goehring’s “Up The Hill”

Will Goehring

  Willi Goehring, originally from Illinois, moved to Fayetteville to pursue an MFA in Poetry and emerged as something of an Ozarks renaissance folklorist. Musically, he’s a a multi-instrumentalist well-grounded in old-time, and a tour through his Soundcloud page yields drunken late night square dances, vaudeville patter, and virtuoso performances … → read more

RICHARD THOMPSON: Acoustic Classics

Richard Thompson: Acoustic Classics

          Richard Thompson Acoustic Classics Beeswing 002   An entire studio album of Richard Thompson re-imagining a batch of his songs as acoustic performances is truly way overdue. The program is drawn from his entire post-Fairport Convention career both solo and with Linda Thompson from … → read more

Folkfinds: Hank Tilbury’s “In The Artificial Mountains”

Hank Tilbury

Hank Tilbury is a musical renaissance man, a wickedly talented multi-instrumentalist with eclectic interests and output. His work runs the gamut from the old-timey to the experimental, frequently in the same piece, and the same is true of his choice and use of instruments. This set features Hank doing multi-track … → read more