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The Head and the Heart effortlessly blend folk and rock in latest album

The Head and the Heart effortlessly blend  folk and rock in latest album

Morgan Hume

June 2, 2019

Over the past decade, folk-rock band The Head and the Heart have been creating profound music while gaining countless fans along the way. The beloved group released their fourth studio album on May 17 titled “Living Mirage,” which beautifully blends meaningful lyrics and catchy rhythms. The Head...

Irish folk duo Hudson Taylor returns to Boston for enthralling show at City Winery

Irish folk duo Hudson Taylor returns to Boston for enthralling show at City Winery

Morgan Hume

February 15, 2019

After supporting Hozier and Gabrielle Aplin on shows in Boston during their North American tours, Irish folk duo Hudson Taylor is no stranger to the Hub. On Saturday, the band returned to the city for two back-to-back headline concerts at the City Winery. The energy was high from the moment brothers...

Will we ever learn to swim?

Will we ever learn to swim?

Derek Anderson

March 30, 2011

Once in a blue moon, a band comes around that is difficult to classify. The genre escapes the mind when listening to them, but yet it’s sonically and aesthetically pleasing. Enter the Love Language. Between their mix of folk-ish feel, along with pop and a sprinkling of ambient, the musical group i...

Despite late arrival, Cope Rocks

March 3, 2010

Article by: Thomas Logan When you’re looking to hang out and relax, there’s nothing like folk music to set the mood. From straight-up folk acts like Nick Drake and Billy Bragg to more contemporary acts like Andrew Bird, it’s a genre that defines chillin’.  Citizen Cope, a musician that plays folk with traces of blues and reggae, played sol...

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