Jeffrey Foucault Embarks on Fall Tour

“It’s fascinating,” says traveling troubadour and lyrical mastermind Jeffrey Foucault, of the fact that Americana has become “a thing” over the last few years. “In the mid-90s, you rarely heard an acoustic guitar on the radio, you never heard it on television or in commercials. It’s not that people weren’t traveling around playing acoustic guitar,... Continue Reading →

Darlingside Delights at City Winery

Gathered together around a microphone or two, Darlingside, masters of vocal harmonies and conquerors of all things stringed, dazzled and delighted a rapt City Winery audience; currently on tour with Mexo-Americana group David Wax Museum, the busy Boston folk quartet brought "more Doug" to the Music City.  Friend and new Nashvillian, Americana songstress Caitlin Canty, joined the... Continue Reading →

Preview: Darlingside at City Winery on 4/16/16

When I last spoke with indie folk ensemble Darlingside--with whom I had a philosophical post-Thanksgiving discussion about the difference between "dressing" and "stuffing"--they had just released their latest album, Birds Say, and had been on tour with the likes of Patty Griffin, King Cardinal, The Ballroom Thieves, Tall Heights, and Caitlin Canty. Since then, they have... Continue Reading →

Interview: Jeffrey Foucault

Armed with his guitar and his smoky voice, and joined by a complementary cast of fellow music vets, songwriter/producer Jeffrey Foucault has created Salt As Wolves, an exquisitely-crafted assemblage of original songs that represents all that is good, pure, and true about American music.  The album was released on October 16th, and explores the ideas of love,... Continue Reading →

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