All articles by Jonathan Frahm

Premiere | Lizanne Knott – Hurricane

Multiple award-winning artist Lizanne Knott is preparing for the release of her next serving of Americana come 4 October. The self-released Bones and Gravity is the Pennsylvania artist’s sixth studio album. It’s coming with the promise of being her most…

Interview | FFS 5 with King Corduroy

King Corduroy finds his inspiration in the smoky bars and juke joints of American roots music’s past, solidified in legacy by great outlaws, bluesmen, and soul icons alike. While he pursues this muse, he’s been carving his own path all…

Album | Rob Alexander – Long Road Coming Home

Rob Alexander’s Long Road Coming Home instantly recalls an era of radio dominated by piano-pop pioneers. Fronted by sprightly keyboards, forward-moving percussion, and heady sax breaks, Alexander serves as the hearty frontman to deliver these hook-laden gems. Avoiding direct comparisons…

Interview | FFS 5 with William Crighton

Following a breakout UK visit earlier this summer, Australian artist William Crighton sat down with For Folk’s Sake as part of our ongoing ‘FFS 5’ interview series. Albeit brisk, the singer-songwriter’s answers offer us a window to peer through into…

Album | The Rightly So – Vandura

Since kicking off their folk music career with their eponymous 2017 LP, the Rightly So have been busy touring the country. “We’ve spent the last year and a half living out of our homemade RV built inside an old Verizon…

Album | Todd Warner Moore – Starry Sounds

Todd Warner Moore’s artistry more often than not feeds off of pensive lyricism met by warm, pop-driven hooks. Sifting comfortably through acoustic realms, Moore has excelled over the years as a multifarious songwriter. Capable of bending genres into his overarching…