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  • Pete Seeger

    (143,503 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, political, americana

    Pete Seeger (May 3, 1919 - January 27, 2014) was an American folk singer, political activist and author, and a key figure in the mid-20th century American folk music revival. He is particularly loved as the author (or co-author) of the songs Where Have All the Flowers Gone, If I Had a Hammer, and Turn, Turn, Turn. One of his brothers is Mike Seeger; Peggy Seeger is his half-sister.

  • Bruce Springsteen

    (1,962,815 listeners)

    rock, classic rock, singer-songwriter, 80s

    Bruce Frederick Joseph Springsteen (born September 23, 1949 in Freehold, New Jersey, United States) is an American songwriter, singer, and guitarist. With a recording career stretching back to 1966 that continues to this day, he's recorded multiple award-winning studio albums and toured constantly, inspiring generations of pop and rock musicians. He's often known as "The Boss".

  • Ben Harper

    (1,274,645 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, rock, acoustic, folk

    Ben Harper (born October 28, 1969) is an American Grammy-winning singer and songwriter. A native of California, he grew up listening to blues, folk, soul, RnB, and reggae. Harper's blend of groove-laden funky soul and folky handcrafted acoustics helped him to gain cult status during the course of the 1990s and widespread attention toward the end of the decade.

  • Eddie Vedder

    (893,771 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, grunge, rock, folk

    Eddie Vedder (born Edward Louis Severson III on 23 December 1964) is the lead singer and lyricist for the band Pearl Jam. He has also been involved in other music outside of Pearl Jam, and released his first solo album, a soundtrack to the movie 'Into the Wild' in September 2007.

  • John Mellencamp

    (657,205 listeners)

    rock, classic rock, singer-songwriter, 80s

    John Mellencamp (born 7 October 1951 in Seymour, Indiana) is an American singer-songwriter, known for a long and successful recording and performing career highlighted by a series of 1980s hits, including "Jack & Diane", and by his role in the Farm Aid charity event. Mellencamp currently lives in Bloomington, Indiana.

  • Juanes

    (574,103 listeners)

    latin, spanish, pop, rock

    Juan Esteban Aristizábal Vásquez (born August 9, 1972), best known as Juanes, is a rock musician from Medellín, Colombia.

  • Joan Baez

    (539,896 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, female vocalists, 60s

    Joan Baez, born on January 9th, 1941, is an American folk singer and a songwriter who is of mixed Mexican and Scottish descent. Baez rose to prominence in the early '60s with her stunning renditions of traditional balladry.

  • Ani DiFranco

    (494,678 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, female vocalists, indie

    Angela Maria "Ani" DiFranco was born on September 23rd, 1970 from parents with Italian and Canadian backgrounds. Both her father, Dante, and her mother, Elisabeth, were architects. She grew up in Buffalo, N.Y. and played her first gigs at the age of nine, playing in local bars in her hometown.

  • Steve Earle

    (399,820 listeners)

    alt-country, country, singer-songwriter, americana

    Steve Earle (born Stephen Fain Earle on January 17, 1955 in San Antonio, Texas) is a singer-songwriter best known for his country music and rock 'n roll tinged "alt-country.

  • Dave Matthews

    (381,254 listeners)

    rock, acoustic, singer-songwriter, alternative

    Dave Matthews is the lead singer and guitarist for the Dave Matthews Band. Matthews was born in Johannesburg, South Africa on January 9, 1967. The Dave Matthews Band formed in Charlottesville, VA in the early 1990's.

  • Emmylou Harris

    (379,242 listeners)

    country, female vocalists, folk, singer-songwriter

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

  • Billy Bragg

    (307,910 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, political, british

    Billy Bragg (Stephen William Bragg, Barking, Essex, England, 20 December, 1957) is an English singer, songwriter and left-wing activist. His music blends elements of folk music, punk rock and protest songs, and his lyrics mostly deal with political or romantic themes.

  • Taj Mahal

    (297,089 listeners)

    blues, blues rock, folk, acoustic

    Taj Mahal (born Henry Saint Clair Fredericks in New York City on May 17, 1942) is an American Grammy Award-winning blues musician who incorporates elements of world music into his music.

  • Kris Kristofferson

    (285,340 listeners)

    country, singer-songwriter, folk, classic country

    Kris Kristofferson (born 22 June 1936 in Brownsville, Texas, United States) is a singer/songwriter and actor.

  • Dar Williams

    (227,623 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.

  • Arlo Guthrie

    (211,819 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, 60s, classic rock

    Arlo Guthrie (born 10th July 1947, Brooklyn, New York ) is an American folk singer who is the son of folk singer and composer Woody Guthrie and his wife Marjorie Mazia Guthrie, a one-time professional dancer with the Martha Graham Company and founder of The Committee to Combat Huntington's Disease.

  • Richie Havens

    (198,405 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, acoustic, classic rock

    Richard P. "Richie" Havens (born January 21, 1941; died April 22, 2013) was an American folk singer and guitarist. He is best remembered for his intense, rhythmic guitar style (often in open tunings), soulful covers of pop and folk songs, and his opening performance at the 1969 Woodstock Festival.

  • Keller Williams

    (159,562 listeners)

    jam, acoustic, singer-songwriter, jam band

    Keller Williams (born 4 February 1970 in Fredericksburg, Virginia) is an American musician who began performing in 1991.

  • Ladysmith Black Mambazo

    (116,423 listeners)

    african, world, south africa, africa

    Ladysmith Black Mambazo, which was formed 1960 in Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, have come to represent the traditional culture of South Africa. They are regarded as South Africa's cultural emissaries at home and around the world. They are a national treasure of the new South Africa in part because they embody the traditions suppressed in the old South Africa.

  • Bruce Cockburn

    (127,127 listeners)

    singer-songwriter, canadian, folk, folk-rock

    Bruce Cockburn (pronounced "CO-burn") (born May 27, 1945 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) has had a long and distinguished career, with much success in his native Canada.

  • Michael Franti

    (103,574 listeners)

    reggae, hip-hop, political, funk

    Michael Franti (born April 21, 1966, in Oakland, California) is an African, Irish, and German American poet, musician, and composer. Franti is the creator and driving force behind Michael Franti & Spearhead, a band that blends hip hop with a variety of other styles including funk, reggae, folk, and rock.

  • Ramblin' Jack Elliott

    (92,620 listeners)

    folk, country, singer-songwriter, roots

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

  • Silvio Rodriguez

    (80,763 listeners)

    trova, cantautor, cuba, spanish

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  • Warren Haynes

    (79,281 listeners)

    southern rock, blues, rock, acoustic

    Warren Haynes (born 6 April 1960), guitarist and musician. He is a guitarist for the Allman Brothers Band and is the primary singer, guitarist, and songwriter for Gov't Mule. He also released a solo album in 1992, Tales Of Ordinary Madness

  • Kate & Anna McGarrigle

    (56,311 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, female vocalists, canadian

    Kate (February 6, 1946 – January 18, 2010) and Anna (December 4, 1944) McGarrigle were a duo of Canadian singer-songwriters from Quebec, who performed as a duo until Kate McGarrigle's death on January 18, 2010.

  • Tom Paxton

    (46,405 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, political, acoustic

    Tom Paxton (born Thomas Richard Paxton on October 31, 1937) is an American singer-songwriter of folk music whose songs have had enduring appeal (and include modern standards such as "The Last Thing on My Mind") known for a cynical, often political edge.

  • Preservation Hall Jazz Band

    (41,295 listeners)

    jazz, new orleans, dixieland, jazz band

    The Preservation Hall Jazz Band usually performs nightly at Preservation Hall in New Orleans, and tours around the world over 150 days a year. Hurricane Katrina, however, forced Preservation Hall to close through the fall and winter of 2005, and the building remained shut until April 2006. The band continued to tour while the hall was closed.

  • Patterson Hood

    (34,732 listeners)

    alt-country, americana, singer-songwriter, southern rock

    Patterson Hood (born Mar 24, 1964) is best known as the leader of the Drive-By Truckers. He is the son of acclaimed Muscle Shoals bassist David Hood. In 2004, he released an album entitled Killers and Stars. His second solo album, Murdering Oscar (and Other Love Songs) was released in June 2009.

  • Guy Davis

    (30,165 listeners)

    blues, acoustic blues, folk, contemporary blues

    Guy Davis (born 12 May 1952 in New York, NY) is an award-winning American blues guitarist, actor, and musician.

  • Del McCoury

    (26,476 listeners)

    bluegrass, country, americana, folk

    Delano Floyd McCoury (born February 1, 1939 in Bakersfield, NC) is an American bluegrass musician. As leader of The Del McCoury Band, he plays guitar and sings lead vocals along with his two sons, Ronnie McCoury and Rob McCoury who play mandolin and banjo respectively.

  • Tom Morello

    (21,252 listeners)

    great guitarists, rock, guitarists, guitar hero

    Tom Morello is a simplification of Thomas Baptist Morello (b. 30 May 1964, USA - aka The Nightwatchman), is a guitarist for the bands Audioslave, Rage Against the Machine and Street Sweeper Social Club. He is acclaimed for his unique guitar style and is noted for his outspoken radical politics.

  • Tony Trischka

    (16,603 listeners)

    bluegrass, banjo, acoustic, americana

    The avant-garde banjo stylings of Tony Trischka inspired a whole generation of progressive bluegrass musicians; he was not only considered among the very best pickers, he was also one of the instrument's top teachers, and created numerous instructional books, teaching video tapes and cassettes.

  • Bela Fleck

    (11,108 listeners)

    jazz, banjo, bluegrass, jam

    Béla Fleck, born July 10, 1958 in New York City, is an American banjo player. Widely acknowledged as one of the world's most innovative and technically proficient banjo players, he is best known for his work with the bands New Grass Revival and Béla Fleck and the Flecktones.

  • Tom Chapin

    (10,570 listeners)

    kids, childrens, children's music, childrens music

    The younger brother of the late Harry Chapin, singer/songwriter Tom Chapin carried on his sibling's legacy admirably, becoming a popular children's entertainer. The son of jazz drummer Jim Chapin, he was born in New York City in 1945; he and his brothers performed music together regularly during their adolescence, later earning acclaim on the Greenwich Village club circuit.

  • Tommy Sands

    (9,312 listeners)

    rock and roll, 60s, pop, rockabilly

    There are two Tommy Sands, the Irish folk singer, and the lounge singer. The later is the more popular one.

  • Jay Ungar

    (8,506 listeners)

    instrumental bluegrass, folk, americana, classical

    Jay Ungar is an American musician and composer born in New York City, the son of immigrant parents from Eastern Europe.

  • Toshi Reagon

    (4,536 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, soul, singer-songwriter

    Toshi Reagon (born in 1964) is an American folk/blues musician. She is the daughter of Sweet Honey in the Rock co-founder Bernice Johnson Reagon, with whom she has sometimes collaborated on musical projects.

  • Jay Ungar & Molly Mason

    (4,758 listeners)

    folk, acoustic, instrumental, violin

    Jay Ungar and Molly Mason have been playing music together since 1978 and have become widely known for their work with Ken Burns and other public broadcasting favorites, Great Performances and Garrison Keillor’s "Prairie Home Companion."

  • Kate McGarrigle

    (3,768 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, female vocalists, under 2000 listeners

    Please see Kate & Anna McGarrigle. It would help Last.fm to keep statistics accurate if you would correct your tags.

  • Ben Bridwell

    (2,612 listeners)

    band of horses, south carolina, indie, singer-songwriter

    Ben Bridwell is a musician from Irmo, South Carolina who now lives in an area outside of Charleston, South Carolina. He plays guitar and sings in the indie rock group Band of Horses.

  • Bernice Johnson Reagon

    (2,654 listeners)

    folk, soul, gospel, old gospel

    Reagon is the founder of the folk gospel group Sweet Honey in the Rock.

  • Anna McGarrigle

    (2,752 listeners)

    folk, singer-songwriter, the wainwright family, canadian

    Kate & Anna McGarrigle.

  • Molly Mason

    (879 listeners)

    civil war, done

  • Mike and Ruthy

    (729 listeners)

    folk, americana, played with spouse, seen live

    An Americana songwriting duo with a growing following on the acoustic folk scene, Mike & Ruthy are writing, recording and touring clubs and festivals. With a repertoire of old-timey twang, topical folk, and just plain love songs, their heartfelt vocal duets intertwine with lively fiddle & banjo.

  • Mike & Ruthy

    (226 listeners)

  • Larry Long

    (228 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, all, native american

  • Abigail Washburn and The Sparrow Quartet

    (252 listeners)

    seen live

  • Tao Rodriguez-Seeger

    (112 listeners)

  • NYC Labor Chorus

    (97 listeners)

  • Bill Nershi

    (1 listener)

    seen live

    Bill Nershi (born September 16, 1961 in New Jersey) is a North American singer and guitarist. He is a founding member, vocalist, guitarist, and main song writer in The String Cheese Incident(SCI), a US jamband from Boulder, Colorado.