Folk Roots,now known as fRoots, is a music magazine published monthly in the UK, specialising in folk and world music.
List of articles in the library
Interview by Colin Harper, Folk Roots, March 1995
"THE REASON," says David Gray, at the end of our interview, "that journalism doesn't work most of the time is 'cos the artist isn't there ...
Interview by Colin Harper, Folk Roots, October 2000
HAVING BEEN through the music business mill several times over the past thirty-five years, with spells in such legendary and pioneering Irish music ensembles as ...
Zakir Hussain: Thunder On The Mountain
Profile and Interview by Ken Hunt, Folk Roots, February 1987
ZAKIR HUSSAIN is a musician who straddles the East-West divide. Like his father, Ustad Alla Rakha Khan, his instrument is the tabla and like his ...
Nanci Griffith: The Acoustic Room, The Mean Fiddler, Harlesden
Live Review by Ken Hunt, Folk Roots, April 1988
THE WORD 'CHANTEUSE' seems to be undergoing one of its periodic journalistic revivals. It's a slightly unusual word, it's French and it was always far ...
Terry Allen: Lubbock (On Everything) (Special Delivery SPT 1007/8)
Review by Ken Hunt, Folk Roots, April 1988
OVER THE LAST month or so, each time you turned on the TV, opened the paper or virtually any magazine that runs to book reviews, ...
The Humblebums, Gerry Rafferty: Gerry Rafferty: A Humble One
Interview by Colin Irwin, Folk Roots, 1988
GERRY RAFFERTY is one of the more elusive and enigmatic figures on this increasingly strange roundabout. A Scotsman bred on traditional music, he was never ...
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