More » Joni Mitchell and her hundreds of alternate tunings have no doubt influenced the way so many women attack the acoustic guitar even to this day.
Her poetic lyrics and her stunning soprano voice have infected the record collections of other songwriters and fans of just about every musical genre.
Through the years, she's managed to influence countless artists with her fearless innovative style, and continues to deliver remarkable work.
More » Few women in American folk music have had a more direct and integral impact on positive changes in America than Joan Baez.
More » With their rich harmonies and their smooth, melodic counterpoint guitar work, the Indigo Girls have carved out a distinct niche for themselves in the area of folk-pop.
They're also fierce activists for civil and human rights, as well as spokespeople for the Native American traditional community.
Gillian Welch burst on the scene in the 1990s, but became a force to reckon with during her involvement with the soundtrack to O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Her command of traditional Americana styles—from country to classic folk—and her haunting, narrative original songs have won her a faithful following.
By Variety Staff Justin Timberlake revealed that he’s working on new music with Max Martin and Karl Johan Schuster — aka Shellback — on Thursday night during a Q&A at the Variety Screening Series presented by AARP…
By Lawrence Yee An extended trailer for Apple Music’s upcoming “Carpool Karaoke” features Will Smith and James Corden rapping the theme from Smith’s ’90s sitcom “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.” Other celebrity… Cee Lo Green may have not nabbed gold on Sunday night, but he showed up to the Grammys in an ensemble that instantly won the internet. By Variety Staff While musical artists from across the nation poured into Los Angeles for the 59th Grammy Awards on Sunday, the Staples Center wasn’t their only stop. By Maane Khatchatourian Adele topped her gracious speech for her album of the year Grammy win with possibly an even more humble act.
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