All articles by Jonathan Frahm

Album | The Muddy Crows – Straight Crazy

In many ways, the Muddy Crows’ coming together is a tale of modern convenience. As keyboardist Steve Mead would recall, someone errantly suggested their name to them following a discussion about wanting to incorporate the word “crow” into their would-be…

Video Premiere | Bob Bradshaw – Story Goes

For Folk’s Sake is pleased to begin its 2019 publishing season with Bob Bradshaw’s ‘Story Goes’. It’s also a first for the artist, being the Irish-born, Boston-based singer-songwriter’s first tune ushered into the new year. With ‘Story Goes’, Bradshaw steps…

Album | Todd Warner Moore – Spark

Although he now hails from Hong Kong, Kansas City’s Todd Warner Moore speaks from the windswept prairies of the American Midwest with his brand of folk music. Predisposed to arrangements that at once feel insular and wide-open without an ounce…

Interview | FFS 5 with Jane Sheldon

After stepping away from performing with Southern California band American Bloomers to focus on raising her son, lifelong Angeleno Jane Sheldon returns to the songwriting fold with a Christmas tune that is both timely and timeless. ‘One for Mrs. Claus’…

Album | Gina Graves – And We Rise

Although she bills her work as ‘dream pop’, much of what ultimately makes Gina Graves’ And We Rise feels like folk that’s hit the trendsetting indie scene. Presenting listeners with a multifarious smorgasbord of sounds to lose oneself in, there is…

Album | Dave Vargo – Battle Burns

Despite contemporary Americana’s foundation being settled in Chicagoan pubs, the movement encapsulating roots-amalgam still feels plenty connected to naturalism. New Jersey, then, might not be the first place one might find a rising star of the genre, but rural Farmingdale…