I love female singers and am a fan of the great ladies of jazz. You know who I mean, singers like Ella, Sarah, Billy, Carmen and more. Does anyone still
The previous five posts I’ve made have been about women musicians who fit into the broadly defined category of folk music (if you include old time music, bluegrass and country).
Today’s post is about Abigail Washburn, a singer-songwriter and player of old-time clawhammer banjo. I seem to be covering women musicians I like in groups of three. The first three
Sarah Jarosz is another extremely talented singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. She has played with Aoife O’Donovan who I featured in my previous post. As with many artists, it is difficult
My last three posts on Women Folk Musicians have all been about singers born between the decade I was born and much earlier. The good news if you like folk
Little Boxes made of Ticky-Tocky “Little Boxes” (made of Ticky-Tocky) is one of the most popular and famous songs written by Malvina Reynolds. Malvina didn’t start writing and performing folk and