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A music lover's guide to the Kerrville Folk Festival

By Arden Ward

The 41st annual Kerrville Folk Festival began Thursday, May 23 and continues with Hill Country programming through June 9. The longest running music festival of its kind, this mecca for singer-song ...


Tender banjo-driven folk from Austin's Jess Williamson

By Caitlin M. Ryan

Editor's Note: Today we begin our 30-day long nod to the showcasing artists of SXSW. Each day until March 17, we will highlight a musician or band, including either a click to play or downloada ...


Did BuzzFeed get it right? Our take on the "50 Sure Signs That Texas Is Actually Utopia"

By Staff

BuzzFeed Weekend Editor Summer Anne Burton has scored some major points with the Lone Star State in the last 24 hours. On Wednesday afternoon, her post "50 Sure Signs That Texas Is Actually Ut ...


40 years of folk: Kerrville Folk Festival celebrates a Hill Country music milestone

By Arden Ward

Since its founding in 1972, the Kerrville Folk Festival has grown into an internationally recognized event for the songwriting industry. Founded by Rod Kennedy, it’s the longest continuously ...

Kerrville Folk Festival

Quiet Valley Ranch

Starting on the Thursday before Memorial Day at the end of May, the music continues for 18 days with performances by more than 100 singer songwriters and their bands. Interspersed between weekends

Fusebox Festival presents Les RAV

Fusebox Festival Hub

"Riveting female fronted and piano driven, quirky chamber-pop group featuring dark, yet inspirational folk music that explores the central nervous system, the human heart and other curiosities

Fusebox Festival presents The Duplicates: Elvis Machine

One visit to contemporary Graceland will confirm to the most die hard Elvis fan: the artist is no longer a person he is a brand, the house is no longer a home it's an amusement park, and the ob

Fusebox Festival presents Emily Lacy: 99 Times

The Long Center for the Performing Arts

Blending folk and electronic influences, sound artist and musician Emily Lacy will host a performance drawing on the energies of global protest movements occurring within the last year.  

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