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Warm, rootsy, acoustic music to get cozy with on Thanksgiving.
Justin Townes Earle,
Float on your back into the middle of a beautiful lake. Watch the clouds pass overhead. Keep floating.
Inspired by the female folk pioneers of the '60s, today's female folk artists pay homage while moving the genre in bold new directions. From powerful folk-rock romps to delicate love ballads, these songs are carefully constructed, melodic, and thoughtful.
First Aid Kit,
Sharon Van Etten,
Put on your slippers, wrap yourself in a blanket, and get cozy by the fire.
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young,
The Avett Brothers
From '70s singer-songwriters and Nashville queens to today's latest acoustic artists, there's just something special about the combination of the female voice and an acoustic guitar.
Mary Chapin Carpenter
Your mornings need a soundtrack. This is music for taking it easy with a newspaper and a big cup of coffee.
The Temper Trap,
These amicably twangy country-rock songs of the '60s and '70s are perfect for nights spent camping under clear, star-specked skies.
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band,
New Riders Of The Purple Sage,
Listen to all of the artists and songs nominated for a 2011 Americana Music Award.
After a long day exploring Wapizagonke Lake, sit by the campfire and unwind with these warm folk-influenced songs.
Great Lake Swimmers,
Daniel, Fred & Julie