Rousing Revival

Rousing Revival

Creedence Clearwater Revival was a major force in rock music through the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. With John Fogerty’s signature raspy vocals and a driving rhythm section provided by Tom Fogerty, More»

Faithful Folkies

Faithful Folkies

In the 1960s the general population was becoming more interested in politics and social movements, which therefore became topics of song lyrics and led to a revival of the folk genre. Peter More»

Born to Fly

Born to Fly

Made for country music, Sara Evans starting sharing her gift from the age of 5, when she fronted The Evans Family Band with her brothers. She continued performing throughout her adolescence and More»

Jolly Affair

Jolly Affair

There isn’t a more heartwarming pair than Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton. Two icons in country music who are each beloved by fans and only increased their popularity when performing together. More»

Rousing Revival

Creedence Clearwater Revival was a major force in rock music through the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. With John Fogerty’s signature raspy vocals and a driving rhythm section provided by Tom Fogerty, Doug Clifford and Stu Cook, CCR captured audiences.

Faithful Folkies

In the 1960s the general population was becoming more interested in politics and social movements, which therefore became topics of song lyrics and led to a revival of the folk genre.

Peter Yarrow, Paul Stookey and Mary Travers were among the many now legendary folk musicians who took up residence along a little stretch of Greenwich Village called MacDougal Street. They performed nightly at the coffee houses and cafes that dotted that small slice of real estate, creating a fresh, vibrant urban scene flowing with energy and life.

Born to Fly

Made for country music, Sara Evans starting sharing her gift from the age of 5, when she fronted The Evans Family Band with her brothers. She continued performing throughout her adolescence and knew one day she was destined for Nashville.

Jolly Affair

There isn’t a more heartwarming pair than Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton. Two icons in country music who are each beloved by fans and only increased their popularity when performing together.