By his own recollection, Woodyfest regular Jared Tyler Frederick began his professional music career around the time he turned fourteen or fifteen
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: in 2001, a schoolteacher on a large Blackfoot reserve in southern Alberta quit his job to become a folk musician. Ba-doom-pah!
In 2013, Lance Canales and his band, the Flood, covered Woody Guthrie’s song “Refugee.” Guthrie wrote the song shortly after the 1948 plane wreck at Los Gatos
Two-time chart-topper Stoll Vaughan made his Woodyfest debut in 2019. Vaughan took the Crystal Theatre stage mid-afternoon on festival Friday.
We wrote about Woodyfest regular Sam Baker just over a year ago so we won’t repeat ourselves here. Baker has played Woodyfest a total of a dozen times as of 2019.
Forming in 2007 while its members were in high school, The Myrrors play “a sun-baked, mystical form of psychedelia informed
Self-described “folk-punk” singer-songwriter Annie Guthrie performed a set on the Crystal Theatre stage on festival Friday. Guthrie is the middle
As part of Woodyfest’s continuing educational outreach, author Daniel Wolff gave a short talk about his book, Grown Up Anger
When they appeared on the Brick Café stage during Woodyfest 2013, The Deslondes were still billing themselves as Sam Doores
Self-described “folky-tonk” duo Pushing Chain made their Woodyfest debut on the Bound for Glory stage on festival Friday. The pair