Folkfinds: Fernando Gonzalo and John Eagle’s “1936”

Hailing from Barcelona, singer-songwriter Fernando Gonzalo is a long way from the US but fell in love early with American country-folk styles. His own recordings aim for a sound and imagery that is authentic both to the styles he loves and to himself. While Fernando, currently busy with his band … → read more

Folkfinds: John Delk’s “A Gallon At A Time”

John Delk

Tennesseean John Delk only began recording his songs within the past few years, but we’re lucky he did. The region around his home features heavily in his songs, but perhaps surprisingly he avoids any stereotypical regional musical categorizations, instead mining a quiet, moderately country-folk core. His minimal, strummed-guitar-based accompaniment and … → read more