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“American Kid” by Patty Griffin

“American Kid” by Patty Griffin

Patty Griffin’s Americana folk has been a staple in American music since the early ‘90s after being discovered while playing her way through Boston coffee houses. Throughout her extensive discography, Griffin has explored a variety of sounds, from acoustic and stripped-down to more rock and roll and then back again. Despite the shifts in sound, […]

Patty Griffin Announces 2012 Tour

Patty Griffin Announces 2012 Tour

Patty Griffin is a legend in her own right, and has certainly been busy in the past few years. Between her Grammy-winning solo album Downtown Church and extensive side endeavors (most significantly her “Band of Joy” project with Robert Plant), Griffin was excited and relieved to announce that she would be bringing things “back to […]

Newport Folk Festival: Patty Griffin

Newport Folk Festival: Patty Griffin

She’s won a Grammy award, has had her songs covered by Emmylou Harris and Kelly Clarkson, and she sung what was perhaps the most intriguing lyric from day one at Newport: “You could cry or die or just make pies all day.” But while the meaning to her song “Making Pies” can be disputed, it’s […]

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