Digital Photography

Woodyfest 2018: Willis Alan Ramsey

In my sopho­more high school year, my fam­ily moved from the house we had been rent­ing in the sub­urbs to a five-​acre home­stead in the coun­try. Whereas pre­vi­ously we had lived within walk­ing dis­tance of pri­mary, mid­dle, and high schools, hence­forth my sib­lings and I would ride the bus.

Woodyfest 2018: Kids’ Harmonica Class

The Woody Guthrie Folk Festival has pro­vided a vari­ety of children’s pro­gram­ming over the years. Last year the fes­ti­val expanded from just orga­niz­ing kids’ con­certs to also host­ing youth work­shops. On fes­ti­val Friday, Woodyfest artists Joe Baxter and John Williams

Woodyfest 2018: This Frontier Needs Heroes

Brad Lauretti has been wan­der­ing. Originally from Brooklyn, then based in Florida, now call­ing Nashville home, Lauretti rarely sleeps in his own bed. The front­man for This Frontier Needs Heroes tours con­stantly: in the last three years he’s played 226 shows, rang­ing from one end of the con­ti­nen­tal United States

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