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  • Amos Lee

    (683,369 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, folk, soul, acoustic

    Amos Lee (born 1978 as Ryan Anthony Massaro) is an American singer-songwriter whose musical style encompasses folk, rock and soul. His self-titled debut album is full of folk and soul, with a jazz twist.

  • Brown BirdUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (41,662 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, acoustic, slow-coustic

    Brown Bird is an American acoustic band. Pulling from the influences of the blues, outlaw country, roots rock, early American folk, Gypsy and Eastern European music, Brown Bird offers harmonized voices, haunting lyrics and diverse rhythm and instrumentation, which surges in waves that often swell into high-spirited, foot-stomping madness.

  • Carolina Chocolate Drops

    (82,098 listeners)

    bluegrass, folk, country, alt-country

    The Carolina Chocolate Drops are a group of young African-American string band musicians that have come to together to play the rich tradition of fiddle and banjo music in Carolina's Piedmont. Rhiannon Giddens and Justin Robinson both hail from Durham, North Carolina while Dom Flemons is native to sunny Arizona.

  • Dar Williams

    (223,178 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, female vocalists, acoustic

    American singer-songwriter Dar Williams lives at the intersection of pop and folk. She fuses many genres (blues, rock, jazz), resulting in a rather organic sound. She has been making music for over a decade.

  • Delta Spirit

    (272,094 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, folk rock, rock

    Delta Spirit is a band from San Diego, California, United States, beginning in 2005. This band is most known for their intense live performances, their congregational song-writing, and their driving rhythm. The group consists of Jon Jameson (bass), Brandon Young (percussion), Matthew Vasquez (vocals/guitars), Kelly Winrich (multi-instrumentals) and Will McLaren (guitar).

  • Earl Scruggs

    (30,794 listeners)

    bluegrass, country, banjo, folk

    Earl Eugene Scruggs (born January 6, 1924, Shelby, North Carolina-died March 28, 2012, Nashville, Tennessee) was a musician noted for creating a banjo style (now called Scruggs style and also formerly known as the three-finger style) that is a defining characteristic of bluegrass music.

  • Ellis Paul

    (22,551 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, pop, boston

    Ellis Paul (born Paul Plissey, January 14, 1965) is an American singer-songwriter and folk musician.

  • Elvis Costello

    (886,783 listeners)

    rock, new wave, singer-songwriter, classic rock

    Elvis Costello (born Declan Patrick MacManus on 25 August 1954) is an English singer-songwriter. He came to prominence as an early participant in London's pub rock scene in the mid-1970s and soon became associated with the punk/New Wave genre (as Elvis Costello & The Attractions).

  • Emmylou Harris

    (350,073 listeners)

    country, female vocalists, folk, singer-songwriter

    Emmylou Harris (born April 2, 1947 in Birmingham, Alabama) is an American singer-songwriter and musician.

  • Freelance Whales

    (372,875 listeners)

    indie, folk, indie pop, acoustic

    Freelance Whales is an indie rock band hailing from Queens, New York, formed in 2008 and consisting of frontman Judah Dadone (lead vocals, banjo, acoustic and electric guitar, synthesizer, bass), and bandmates Nicole Mourelatos a.k.a.

  • Gillian Welch

    (278,883 listeners)

    alt-country, singer-songwriter, americana, folk

    Gillian Howard Welch (born October 2, 1967 in New York City) is an American singer-songwriter. She performs with her musical partner, guitarist David Rawlings. Welch's musical style combines elements of bluegrass, neotraditional country, Americana, old time string band music, and folk.

  • Gogol Bordello

    (595,566 listeners)

    gypsy punk, punk, gypsy, alternative

    Combining elements of punk, gypsy music, and Brechtian cabaret, Gogol Bordello tells the story of New York's immigrant diaspora through debauchery, humor, and surreal costumes. Leader and singer Eugene Hütz's taste in music was spun out of black-market tapes of the The Birthday Party and Einstürzende Neubauten in his native Ukraine.

  • John Gorka

    (40,468 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, acoustic, americana

    John Gorka (born in July 1958) is an American contemporary folk musician. In 1991, Rolling Stone magazine called him "the pre-eminent male singer-songwriter of what has been dubbed the New Folk Movement.

  • John Paul White

    (17,451 listeners)

    indie, singer-songwriter, alternative, indie rock

    From deep in inland Alabama comes a talent so effortless and sincere that it is a wonder why the big wigs didn't jump on him sooner.

  • Justin Townes Earle

    (142,908 listeners)

    alt-country, americana, indie, nashville

    Justin Townes Earle, born January 4, 1982 in Nashville, TN, is an American alt-country singer-songwriter who walks the line between old-time country and modern acoustic Indie music by breathing new life into early country, blues and gospel forms.

  • Liz Queler

    (60 listeners)

    Liz Queler is an American folk singer-songwriter with three albums to her name. Liz, the daughter of well-known conductor Eve Queler, grew up singing in the New York City Opera Children's Chorus.

  • M. Ward

    (716,449 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, indie, alt-country

    Matthew Stephen Ward (b 4th October 1973, Newbury Park, California), known by his stage name M. Ward, is a U.S. singer-songwriter and guitarist who rose to prominence in the Portland, Oregon music scene. In addition to his solo work, he is known as a member of She & Him and Monsters of Folk.

  • Mavis Staples

    (107,345 listeners)

    soul, blues, gospel, female vocalists

    Mavis Staples (born July 11, 1940 in Chicago, Illinois) is an American rhythm and blues singer. Most of her career has been as lead singer for The Staple Singers. She first recorded solo for the Stax subsidiary Volt in 1969. Subsequent efforts included a Curtis Mayfield-produced soundtrack on Curtom, a nod to disco for Warner Bros.

  • Middle Brother

    (71,621 listeners)

    alt-country, indie, americana, kickasstic

    Middle Brother is an American Rock band and supergroup consisting of songwriters and musicians John J. McCauley III of the band Deer Tick, Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes, and Matt Vasquez of Delta Spirit. They played their first show at the 2010 the SXSW film conference and festival at the Ale House in Austin, Texas, where they performed under the moniker "MG&V" in an unannounced appearance.

  • Mountain ManUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (62,062 listeners)

    folk, hardcore, female vocalists, hardcore punk

    There are two artists called Mountain Man: 1) A folk trio from Bennington, Vermont. Streaming tracks: http://mountainman.bandcamp.com Become a fan at: http://www.facebook.com/mountainmansquint

  • Pokey LaFarge

    (17,958 listeners)

    blues, folk, singer-songwriter, riverboat soul

    For group credited work see http://www.last.fm/music/Pokey+LaFarge+and+the+South+City+Three Pokey LaFarge is a musician, songwriter, bandleader, entertainer, innovator and preservationist, whose arsenal of talents has placed him at the forefront of American music.

  • PS22 Chorus

    (802 listeners)

    chorus, usa, inspirational, tori amos

    I work with the PS22 chorus, an incredible bunch of NYC public school 5th graders! The chorus has performed all over New York, and have gained quite a following on the internet, particularly with Tori Amos fans.

  • Ramblin' Jack Elliott

    (87,549 listeners)

    folk, country, singer-songwriter, roots

    Ramblin' Jack Elliott (born Elliott Charles Adnopoz, 1 August 1931) is a Grammy Award winning American folk performer.

  • River City Extension

    (23,303 listeners)

    folk, alt-country, bluegrass, blues

    Music is an art form that is meant to speak to us beyond the literal. After spending years perfecting his craft, Singer/songwriter, Joseph Michelini decided to take his music to the next plane. Cutting his teeth in coffee houses in Toms River, NJ, Joseph began to introduce different elements, from acoustic bass, to banjo and cello.

  • Sallie Ford & The Sound Outside

    (20,348 listeners)

    rockabilly, portland, indie, indie rock

    Sallie Ford is originally from Asheville, NC. She moved to Portland, OR in October 2006. She started writing songs soon after. In April 2007, she met Ford Tennis, Tyler Tornfelt and Jeff Munger and they became The Sound Outside!

  • Secret Sisters

    (1,935 listeners)

    folk, old country, sisters, seen live

    Two sisters, Laura and Lydia Rogers. Produced by T-Bone Burnett.

  • Tao Seeger

    (0 listeners)

  • Tegan and Sara

    (1,157,301 listeners)

    indie, female vocalists, canadian, indie pop

    Tegan and Sara are an indie pop/indie rock duo which formed in Calgary, Alberta, Canada in 1995. The band consists of identical twin sisters Tegan Quin and Sara Quin (born September 19, 1980). Both sisters play the guitar and keyboards, and write their songs. They tour with a backing band and they're notorious for their stage banter.

  • The Cave Singers

    (141,391 listeners)

    folk, indie folk, lo-fi, freak folk

    The Cave Singers is an American folk trio from Seattle, Washington. Their music is folk for a rainy day: surprising, yet cozy, sparse, yet harmonious, pleasing yet torturous.

  • The Civil Wars

    (398,847 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, singer-songwriter, indie

    The Civil Wars are an American musical duo composed of singer-songwriters Joy Williams and John Paul White. After releasing a live-performance album and a four-song EP, their full-length album Barton Hollow was released in 2011. The band won the Grammy Award for Best Country Duo/Group Performance and Best Folk Album in 2012.

  • The David Wax Museum

    (2,028 listeners)

    folk, indie, country, americana

    Tagged as "one of Boston's hottest new bands" by The Boston Globe, The David Wax Museum fuses exuberant Mexican roots music with rockin' country folk reminiscent of old school Jayhawks and early Wilco to create "Boston's homegrown answer to Calexico" (The Bostonist). They have toured with The Avett Brothers and have just completed their own six-week tour of the East Coast.

  • The Decemberists

    (1,371,141 listeners)

    indie, indie rock, folk, alternative

    The Decemberists are a folk rock band which formed in 2000 in Portland, Oregon, United States. The band currently consists of Colin Meloy (vocals, guitar), Chris Funk (guitar, mandolin, dulcimer, pedal steel guitar), Jenny Conlee (organ, piano, accordion), Nate Query (electric bass, acoustic bass, cello) and John Moen (drums).

  • The Devil Makes Three

    (66,956 listeners)

    folk, bluegrass, americana, acoustic

    “The rhythm is what our band is about." -Pete Bernhard: Guitarist, Front Man. The Devil Makes Three are quite possibly the best band that you have never heard of.

  • The Ebony Hillbillies

    (140 listeners)

    seen live

  • The Felice Brothers

    (139,657 listeners)

    folk, americana, indie folk, alt-country

    The Felice Brothers are a folk rock/country rock band from upstate New York founded in 2006. The band comprises five main members: Ian Felice (lead vocals, guitar, piano), David Turbeville (drums, vocals), James Felice (accordion, piano, organ), and Christmas (bass), previously a traveling dice player.

  • The Head and the Heart

    (391,017 listeners)

    folk, indie, alternative, seattle

    The Head and the Heart is a folk band which formed in 2009 in Seattle, Washington, United States. The band consists of Josiah Johnson (vocals, guitar), Jonathan Russell (vocals, guitar), Charity Rose Thielen (violin, vocals), Chris Zasche (bass), Kenny Hensley (keyboards) and Tyler Williams (drums).

  • The Secret SistersUp-and-coming artist (from the Last.fm Hype Chart)

    (54,778 listeners)

    country, folk, alt-country, americana

    The Secret Sisters are real life sisters Laura and Lydia Rogers from Alabama who specialize in pop and country harmonies. Their sound is reminscent of the 40s and 50s decades of American music, so it is not surprising that their debut album contains cover versions of several classics from that period.

  • The Wailin' Jennys

    (66,385 listeners)

    folk, female vocalists, acoustic, canadian

    The Wailin' Jennys is a Canadian folk music trio originating in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Their name is a pun on country singer Waylon Jennings.

  • Trampled By Turtles

    (131,354 listeners)

    bluegrass, folk, americana, country

    Trampled By Turtles (TBT) is an indie folk band from Duluth, Minnesota. The group is most famous for both its fast-paced songs and plaintive ballads. Their high-energy concerts have attracted an ever-growing, dedicated fan following. The band members have referenced inspirations such as Townes Van Zandt, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, and Ralph Stanley.

  • Typhoon

    (69,496 listeners)

    nederhop, hip-hop, dutch, rap

    Typhoon is a name used by at least four artists. 1. An indie rock band from the United States 2. A rapper from the Netherlands 3. A psychedelic trance group from France 4. A gothic/trance metal band from Poland 5. An alternate name for 타이푼

  • Wanda Jackson

    (229,086 listeners)

    rockabilly, country, rock and roll, female vocalists

    Wanda Jackson (born Wanda Lavonne Jackson, October 20, 1937 in Maud, Oklahoma) is an American rock and roll singer. Having made her debut recordings at the age of nineteen, she became one of the first popular female rock and roll singers in history and as a result, a pioneering and influential figure in female musicianship. She is known as the "Queen (or First Lady) of Rockabilly."

  • What Cheer? Brigade

    (1,565 listeners)

    jazz, circus, big band, all

    The What Cheer? Brigade is a "renegade marching band" from the Providence, RI area. From their website ( http://www.whatcheerbrigade.com/ ):