Interviews

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…

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…

Interview | FFS 5 with Josh Rennie-Hynes

In the ongoing pursuit of his musical career, Josh Rennie-Hynes moved from his native Australia to Nashville last year. In doing so, he left behind not only his home country, but the place where he’d already dropped two critically-acclaimed solo…

Interview | FFS 5 with Graham Stone

You can’t turn on the television or flick through your social feeds without being bombarded with bad news. “It’s like the whole world’s got the blues,” Americana singer-songwriter Graham Stone feels that lyric in his bones, it’s an apt summation of his new…

Interview | FFS 5 with The Brookses

The debut LP from Atlanta-based father-daughter folk duo The Brookses, Lucky Charm, is the culmination of a decades-in-the-making partnership, harnessing and presenting an energy that could only be borne from family bonds. Between Jim’s experience in the Atlanta music scene–having…

Interview | FFS 5 with Ship & Sail

Ship & Sail made a splash in its respective Michigan scene following the release of their EP, From Seeds. Dedicated to Colin Haggerty’s late mother, his plaintive first studio cuts lived up to Ship & Sail’s tagline: “A little fun,…