Singer/songwriter Tom Rush keeps his music viable amid industry changes
After 40 years as folk's Everyman, Richie Havens is still going strong
I'm Not There and the changing face of Bob Dylan on film.
The elusive Bob Dylan is masterfully considered in I'm Not There.
The elusive Bob Dylan, masterfully considered, in I'm Not There
Cate Blanchett Plays Bob Dylan
Dylan won the 2006 Pazz & Jop poll, but TV on the Radio is the real protester
Susan's House (Self-released)
Taking the Long Way (Columbia)
Dog Eared Pages (Self-released)
Green Poet Experiment
A Rash of Revolt
Antifolk antihero David K connects the New York underground to South Florida
Thirty years into the game, Steel Pulse is beating stronger than ever
Arlo Guthrie and the Klezmatics unearth Woody's Yiddish side
Reckless accusations have testy Broward Folk Club balladeers sashaying
Laughter Through Tears (Outcaste)
History courses through the folk music of South Florida transplant Iron and Wine
Call it Latin. Call it jazz. But if you're not moving, you're not listening.
Boca Raton's effusive John Blosser has just the dulcimer for you, pal
Weathered and wise David Olney finds respect, if not filthy lucre
Iraq and roll don't go together well when rockers protest
Indian classical singer Lakshmi Shankar
Joan Baez keeps folk alive
A diverse crowd of folk musicians strums and drums its way to Easterlin Park
In Songcatcher the music of Appalachia comes alive
Public Domain (HighTone Records)
Folk isn't the most popular form of music in South Florida, nor does it completely pay the bills. But like long-time folk artist Rod MacDonald, some locals are discovering that persistence pays off.