|McCABE'S BIDS A SAD FAREWELL TO ROZ LARMAN
Along with her husband Howard, and their long-running FolkScene radio show, Roz was perhaps Southern
California's greatest champion of folk music and the musicians who play it. There's not a picker who's played
our stage that doesn't owe a debt of gratitude to Roz, and McCabe's itself would not have made it all these
years had it not been for her unwavering support of the artists we present. We will remember her always.
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In a world that encourages us to move faster and think bigger, Newcomer invites listeners to slow down and reflect on the small things that make life worthwhile. As Rolling Stone puts it, she "asks all the right questions and refuses to settle for easy answers." This is clearly evident on her upcoming release, The Beautiful Not Yet, a skillfully arranged and performed collection of folk roots tracks, with Appalachian and classical influences, all delivered in her gorgeous voice. Don't miss her.
One of the finest songwriters of his generation, Jeffrey Foucault has taken, in his own words, "the small roads;" building a brick and mortar independent international touring career of ten studio albums, countless miles, and heaps of critical accolades. He's been lauded for "Stark, literate songs that are as wide open as the landscape of his native Midwest" (The New Yorker) and described as "Quietly brilliant" (The Irish Times), while catching the ear of everyone from Greil Marcus to Don Henley (who regularly covers Foucault in his live set), to Van Dyke Parks (who offered to play on Foucault's 2011 offering, Horse Latitudes, after catching a live radio interview). Salt As Wolves, the name of his latest album, is a line from Othello describing boldness, and a fitting title to frame a record of blues played bold and loose, without rehearsal or cant. With his fifth collection of original songs, Foucault stakes out and enlarges the ground he's been working diligently all the new century, quietly building a deep, resonant catalog of songs about love, memory, God, desire, wilderness, and loss. Foucault is at the height of his powers, and should not be missed. Opening the show will be Quiles (pronounced key-less) & Cloud, an exciting, young Americana duo (sometimes trio), whose sound, though clearly inspired by Gillian Welch and David Rawlings, leans more toward contemporary folk and blues, with a touch of soul. See you here.
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